I told Roger that I don’t know what is but there something special about this girl that makes me want her. I couldn’t figure it out, if her smile, voice, personality, looks or just being able to spend time and talk to her. As the quarters went by I didn’t think I have a chance with a girl like her since she was really bright.When she turned around she started was boiling with anger inside her since, saw the love of her life with the person who she hated more than anything else. However, she moved away from On Seeing The 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning, the protagonist was a young Japanese man who didn’t know how to approach a girl who he believed is perfect. The reason I choose this story is that I went through a similar event my first year in college. The only difference is I didn’t have the guts to ask the girl out. “Tell you the truth, she’s not that good-looking. Writing because murder is wrong She doesn’t stand out in any way. Her clothes are nothing special. The back of her hair is still bent out of shape from sleep”. (Literature, Murakami, page 143) My first year at UCR I had a crush on a girl by the name of Sage. She was short, pretty, and had an amazing personality. One of my friends Roger told me “Adrian what are you thinking, this girl is ugly, she’s like 4 out of 10 even you can do better.”
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She used to tutor me during World Politics and always did much better than me during the exams. When the second quarter came I didn’t see her at all, it was during the first day of spring quarter where I saw her again. I was walking out of History class when I saw her and called her. A similar event occurs because the author saw the perfect girl again “Wish I Finding the 100% perfect girl can be hard, some can even argue that such girls do not exist at all, but this is not the case for renowned author, Haruki Murakami. Writing because murder is wrong Through his short story “On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning”, Murakami tackles the untouched possibility of making storylines about love at first sight effective no matter how cheesy and shallow they seem at first glance. The story follows the ironic choices made by the persona as he’s given the opportunity to approach the woman of her dreams. The character encounters an internal struggle of having to question his reasons for choosing the woman as the 100% perfect girl for him and proceeds to let go of the said opportunity to get to know her. In the end, our.
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It is very notable in most of his works that he has less emphasis on the description of the character’s environment and events to give more emphasis on the character’s psychology and thoughts. His works like Norwegian Wood that really explores Murakami’s ability in providing a retrospective look at a mentally disturbed young woman who suffers from hearing the voice of her dead lover and soul mate calling to her from the “other world” that he is supposedly stuck in. Writing because murder is wrong In Norwegian Wood, Murakami is able to transport his readers in several problematic contemplations while providing unnerving substance at the same time. His in depth descriptions of his characters’ each and every single thought he is able to bring a deeper connection to his readers through genuine human emotion. This is also heavily manifested on his short story “On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning” where Murakami presents the conflicting ideas that drown his character.