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Sixty-Nine

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Publisher: Kodansha International (JPN)

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Language:English | Number of Pages: 192 | Format: Hardcover | In other languages: (other languages) Chi traditional , Japanese , German , Russian , Chi simplified

Isbn-10: 4770017367 | Isbn-13: 9784770017369 | Publish date:  | Edition 1st ed

Translator: Ralph F. McCarthy

Also available as: Paperback , Others , eBook

Category: Family, Sex & Relationships , Fiction & Literature , Teens

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Book Description
Ryu Murakami, along with Haruki Murakami (no relation), is one of the best-selling writers in Japan and a major figure in contemporary popular culture. Since publishing his first work, Almost Transparent Blue, which won Japan's most coveted literary prize in 1976, Ryu has produced a steady stream of novels, stories, and essays that consistently astound and delight readers with their wild flights of imagination, irreverent humor, and brilliant, convincing portraits of some of the quirkiest characters in Japanese literature.

69 is a roman a clef about coming of age during a time that left its mark on baby boomers around the world--a time when we really believed we could change the world before it changed us. By turns hilarious, cynical, frivolous, and poignant, the book is infused from start to finish with Ryu's relentless energy and optimism; it simply refuses to get tedious, preachy, or "literary" for a single moment.

The book is composed of the following: "Arthur Rimbaud," "Iron Butterfly," "Lady Jane," "Daniel Cohn-Bendit," "Claudia Cardinale," "Power to the Imagination," "Just Like a Woman," "Alain Delon," "Lyndon Johnson," "Cheap Thrills," "Amore Romantico," "Wes Montgomery," "Led Zeppelin," "April Come She Will," "Velvet Underground," and "It's a Beautiful Day."

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    -P.209

    阿達馬是忠實的。並非對我忠實。阿達馬相信。並不是相信我。阿達馬相信一九六零年代末充滿了某種東西。而且對那東西忠實。可是很難說明那是什麼。那種東西令我們自由。讓我們掙脫單一價值觀的束縛獲得自由。

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  • 4

    男生青春式的故事,有一點九把刀惡搞、欠揍、熱血、太過自信的fu(大笑)

    跟村上龍平時的作品很不一樣,這本可以輕鬆的看,不要想太多要啟發我們什麼的事!

    然後...我發現男生的青春脫離不了雞雞這東西 囧。
    做任何事的出發點都可以是雞雞,不管是拍電影、舉行派對、反抗學校...XDD

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  • 4

    不能夠快樂過日子是一種罪。個人以為,唯一的報復方法就是,活得比他們快樂。

    他們的青春太過令人稱羨。如何才能和他們一樣,如此異樣快樂地──弔祭我的十七歲。叛逆,不矯飾,強調自我。像是書皮的鮮黃背底與鮮紅字樣,搶眼的不留餘地。/《麥田捕手》有薄霧般的輕灰,帶點少年式的淺淺晦暗。而《Sixty nine》,卻徹底明亮的刺穿青春的本質:絕非無聊。

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    哈哈哈哈~
    痛苦的話,就笑吧!
    憂鬱的時候要開懷大笑。
    要笑到岔氣,笑到腸胃都揪在一起。
    讓那些生活煩悶的人都聽到我們放肆的笑聲。

    這不是囂張,
    只是個不合時宜的嘉年華。

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  • 4

    簡介:1969年,東京大學取消了入學考試,搖滾樂大行其道,披頭四發行了三張專輯,滾石樂團推出了最佳單曲,此時出現了蓄長髮、提倡愛與和平的嬉皮,在巴黎戴高樂下台,越戰持續開打的動盪不安卻燦爛多彩的年代。一個名叫矢崎劍介的高中生,沉溺於當時東漸的西方文化中,接觸搖滾樂、前衛電影、反戰思潮、嬉皮文化,為了心儀的女孩,決定和阿達馬一起搞校園封鎖、搞嘉年華,動機單純,結果卻是驚人..,在1969年的春天,十七歲的人生像過慶典一般的延伸開來。

    心得:看完"69"後發現"那些年,我們一起追的女孩"與"69"頗像,但村上龍的文學造詣顯然比九把刀好很多.

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  • 5

    這應該是村上龍最愉悅的小說吧!?對完全沒接觸過村上龍的我而言,第一眼看到小說內容就引起我的注意,輕快的節奏可以讓人很快的讀完~

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