Haruki Murakami (born January 12, 1949) is a contemporary Japanese author. Murakami's fiction, often criticized for being "pop" literature by Japan's literary establishment, is humorous and surreal, and at the same time deals with themes of alienation, loneliness, and longing for love. Additionally, Murakami's writing has been criticized for portraying Japan as being obsessed with capitalism.


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