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Haruki Murakami On Why He Translated The Great Gatsby
"To the best of my recollection, I was in my late thirties when I started telling people I was going to translate The Great Gatsby when I turned sixty. ... Metaphorically speaking, I had placed Gatsby securely on my kamidana, the high shelf that serves as a household shrine to the Shinto gods, and then lived my life glancing up at it from time to time." Scribd 05/13
Posted May 10, 2013 12:52 AM




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