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Buurtsupermens

Sayaka Murata (author), Luk Van Haute (translator)
De 36-jarige Keiko Furukura heeft al haar halve leven een uitzichtloos baantje als medewerkster van een Japanse buurtsupermarkt – en is daar volkomen tevreden mee. Van de mensen om haar heen begrijpt ze maar weinig, maar gelukkig heeft ze haar werk. Dáár heeft ze een functie, een handleiding om te volgen, klanten en collega’s om in hun gedrag, kledingstijl en manier van praten te kopiëren, en komt
Title
Buurtsupermens
Author
Sayaka Murata
Translator
Luk Van Haute
Language
Dutch
Original language
Japanese
Original title
Konbini ningen
Publisher
Amsterdam: Nijgh & Van Ditmar, copyright 2019
73 p. (ePub2)
ISBN
9789038806648

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About Sayaka Murata

Sayaka Murata (村田沙耶香 Murata Sayaka; born August 14, 1979) is a Japanese writer. She has won the Gunzo Prize for New Writers, the Mishima Yukio Prize, the Noma Literary New Face Prize, and the Akutagawa Prize.

Biography

Murata was born in Inzai, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, in 1979. As a child she often read science fiction and mystery novels borrowed from her brother and mother, and her mother bought her a word processor after she attempted to write a novel by hand in the fourth grade of elementary school. After Murata completed middle school in Inzai, her family moved to Tokyo, where she graduated from Kashiwa High School (attached to Nishogakusha University) and attended Tamagawa University.

Her first novel, Jyunyū (Breastfeeding), won the 2003 Gunzo Prize for New Writers. In 2013 she won the Mishima Yukio Prize for Shiro-iro no machi no, sono hone no taion no (Of Bones, Of Body Heat, of Wh…Read more on Wikipedia