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What does the Air Chrysalis represent?
And how does it tie in with Sakigake and Fuka-Eri? And, utimately, what's inside it? But more than anything, as I looked up into the eyes of the man I adored, we spoke of love. How this is above all A Love Story, and an unbelievably hopeful one at that. Because in 1Q84 true love exists and it matters, it makes a difference!
It obliterates obstacles, it takes on a life of it's own. And the connections that we make, that we forge, they last. They live and breathe.
They are not ephemeral And then I just woke up, the dream dissolved as abruptly as it began. Anyways after that I didn't really notice any changes in the world around me.
James Dean looks normal to me now. But maybe I've just become accustomed to it all.
I don't know what Murakami is tapped into, I don't know where his talent, his inspiration comes from, but it never fails to move me. There's an ease and an elegance to his prose.
And it is absolutely, magnificently beyond beautiful. He defies classification I could go on and on. Grand Opening: Grass Is Singing: Great Lion of God: Half Broke Horses: Heads You Win: Hidden Bodies: Carrie's Run: Hottentot Venus: I Was Anastasia: In Search of Lost Time, Volume 5: Innocent Traitor: On the Side: Sword Oratoria, Vol. Jackie O on the Couch: Jane Seymour, The Haunted Queen: Jane Two: Junkie Love: Katherine of Aragon, The True Queen: Keep Her Safe: Lay that Trumpet in Our Hands: Let Me Tell You: Life After Life: Life On The Mississippi: Live and Let Drood: Live by Night: Lora Leigh: Love Lies Beneath: Love, Anger, Madness: Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris Loyal in Love: Mao II: Mary Queen of Scotland and The Isles: Mary, Queen of France: The Wax and Wayne Series: Dickens and His Carol: My Favorite Thing is Monsters: Natchez Burning: Night Film: No One Knows: A Book Club Recommendation!
Odds Against Tomorrow: Old Man's War: On Such a Full Sea: On the Black Hill: One More Thing: Passin' Through: Peony in Love: Red Angel: Rising Sun: Royal Road to Fotheringhay: See How They Run: Sharp Objects: Since We Fell: Skull's Shadows: Snow Flower and the Secret Fan: Clean Version: Station Eleven: John Mandel. Steel Brothers Saga: Swann's Way: Sword Song: Tell Me No Lies: The Affair: The Age of Miracles: The Assembler of Parts: The Aviator's Wife: The Bees: The Birds: The Black Echo: The Blue Notebook: The Book of Strange New Things: The Breakdown: The Bridal Chair: The Burning Air: The Charlemagne Pursuit: The Complete Little Women Series: The Beloved Classics of American Literature: The Complete Works of James Joyce: The Confessions of Catherine de Medici: The Confessions of Nat Turner: The Couple Next Door: Aomame makes her way to a hotel in Shidownloada, where she poses as a hotel attendant to kill a hotel guest.
She performs the murder with a tool that leaves almost no trace on its victim, leading investigators to conclude that he died a natural death from a heart failure.
Aomame starts to have bizarre experiences, noticing new details about the world that are subtly different. For example, she notices that the Tokyo policemen are carrying semiautomatic pistols now, and she always remembered them carrying revolvers. Aomame checks her memories against the archives of major newspapers and finds that there were several recent major news stories of which she has no recollection. One of these stories concerned a group of extremists who were engaged in a standoff with police in the mountains of Yamanashi Prefecture.
Upon reading these articles, she concludes that she must be living in an alternate reality, which she calls "1Q84," and suspects that she entered it about the time she heard Sinfonietta on the taxi radio.
The character of Tengo is introduced, whose editor and mentor Komatsu asks him to rewrite an awkwardly written but otherwise promising manuscript that had been entered in a literary contest.
Komatsu wants to submit the novel to a prestigious literary agency and promote its author as a new literary prodigy.
Tengo has reservations about rewriting another author's work, especially that of a high school student. He agrees to do so only if he can meet with the original writer, who goes by the strange pen name "Fuka-Eri", and ask for her permission. Fuka-Eri, however, tells Tengo to do as he likes with the manuscript. Soon it becomes clear that Fuka-Eri, who is dyslexic, neither wrote the manuscript on her own, nor submitted it to the contest herself. Tengo's discomfort with the project deepens upon finding out other people must be involved.
Fukada thought of Takashima as a utopia; Ebisuno described the commune as a place where people were turned into unthinking robots.
One day, Fuka-Eri appears on Ebisuno-sensei's doorstep. She does not speak and will not explain what happened to her. When Ebisuno attempts to contact Fukada at Sakigake, he is told that he is unavailable. Ebisuno thereby becomes Fuka-Eri's guardian, and by the time of 1Q84's present, they have not heard from her parents for seven years, leading Ebisuno to fear the worst.
Meanwhile, Aomame recovers psychologically from her recent assignment to kill the hotel guest. The Dowager occasionally asks Aomame to kill men who have been viciously abusive to women, and it becomes clear that both Aomame and the Dowager have personal pasts that fuel their actions.
They see their organized murders as one way of fighting back against severe domestic abuse. Aomame tends to be sexually promiscuous; after the recent killing, she releases stress by going to single bars and picking up older men.