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Mistä puhun kun puhun juoksemisesta (original 2007; udgave 2011)

af Haruki Murakami

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Den japanske forfatter Haruki Murakamis (f. 1949) beretning om at løbe, hvor arbejdet med de romaner han har skrevet, fletter sig sammen med hans helt store løbeoplevelser i et både filosofisk og humoristisk erindringsforløb.
Medlem:Jenelvi
Titel:Mistä puhun kun puhun juoksemisesta
Forfattere:Haruki Murakami
Info:Helsinki : Tammi, 2011.
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Ingen

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Hvad jeg taler om når jeg taler om at løbe af Haruki Murakami (2007)

  1. 50
    Haruki Murakami and the Music of Words af Jay Rubin (Jannes)
    Jannes: If you want to know more about Murakami as a person you can either go to his own essay-style semi-biography, or you can try Rubin's more systematic and academic approach. Both are worthy of your time.
  2. 40
    The Rider af Tim Krabbé (gust)
    gust: Krabbé heeft het over wielrennen. Ook autobografisch, maar literair beter uitgewerkt dan Murakami.
  3. 30
    Født til løb : et skjult folk, en flok superatleter og det mest fantastiske løb, resten af verden aldrig så af Christopher McDougall (DeDeNoel)
    DeDeNoel: One of the best books ever about running. Murakami's book and this totally inspired me to become a runner.
  4. 32
    Bench Press af Sven Lindqvist (prezzey)
    prezzey: Writers talk about the place of sports in their lives. I personally prefer Bench Press, but if you're interested in the topic, both are worth reading.
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    Once a Runner af John L. Parker (ostgut)
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    De halve van Egmond af Bram Bakker (edwinbcn)
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    Runningtherapie / druk 1: het standaardwerk voor lopers en professionals af Bram Bakker (edwinbcn)
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    Flow im Sport af Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (JuliaMaria)
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    No Time to Spare: Thinking About What Matters af Ursula K. Le Guin (andomck)
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Don't think anything i read in this book will stay with me, as I don't idolize Murakami nor the act of running. ( )
  mavave | Feb 14, 2024 |
"as a kind of memoir centered on the act of running." — Murakami

The "memoir" as a kind of hanging dependent-clause, hard to pull off, though not infrequently attempted by those with so-called "literary ambitions." A solution, as presented here, to the problem of writing-memory: Not the "memoir" (insufficient of itself) but the "_____ memoir" (e.g. "running memoir"). Murakami doing here what so-called 'better' authors continue to sweat at, though H.M. is particularly well adapted to the form, having only written novels which are already memoir-adjacent ("Murakami's magical realism as reflecting a real magical-ity"), what one might call 'a pleasant abiding here and now.' ( )
  Joe.Olipo | Jan 1, 2024 |
Enjoyable book, with a familiar Murakami tone. It tells you much more about the man that it does about the activity of running. I can imagine some people finding Murakami's fatalistic tone, and potentially false modesty a bit jarring, but it is totally in keeping with his urban existentialism. Worth reading for Murakami fans, but less so for people solely interested in running. ( )
  thisisstephenbetts | Nov 25, 2023 |
Well, apart from the fact that running has many parallels with the act and philosophy of life and what an amazing runner Murakami is, I didn't get much out of this book. I understand that he has amazing perseverance, dedication in doing things, writing or running. But for me this was a wrong book to start to know Murakami. I should have started with his work of fiction than a memoir like non-fiction. ( )
  Santhosh_Guru | Oct 19, 2023 |
Best for:
Runners looking for a meditation on running.

In a nutshell:
Author Murakami, better known by most for his novels, shares how running impacts his life.

Worth quoting:
“People sometimes sneer at those who run every day, claiming they’ll go to any length to live longer. But I don’t think that’s the reason most people run. Most runners run not because they want to live longer, but because they want to live life to the fullest.”

“I'm often asked what I think about as I run. Usually the people who ask this have never run long distances themselves. I always ponder the question. What exactly do I think about when I'm running? I don't have a clue.”

Why I chose it:
I’m a runner, and this book has come up a lot.

What it left me feeling:
Content.

Review:
This is my second running book I’ve read this year. As mentioned in my previous review, I’ve been running for many years - nearly 15 years at this point. Sometimes I’m running slow and easy, sometimes I’m pushing myself to build up some strength. On off days, I’m lifting and stretching and rolling. I’ve only taken a handful of breaks in those times - usually due to injury, and once because I just stopped, and that non-injury-related-break was definitely when I’ve felt at my lowest.

I don’t always love running, but I’m always happy that I ran, and I think Murakami captures this feeling. He says he runs to help him write. For me, I need to move regularly otherwise I am scattered and all over the place. Running helps me focus. Yes, it keeps me fit to a degree, but I think the impact on my mental health is more pronounced. And while I am active in other sports (specifically football / soccer), running is a constant for me.

Murakami focuses most of the book on a couple of seasons of running. He and I differ on our approaches - he trains by running every single day; I used to run every single day, but since I’ve gotten a running coach, it’s more like 4 times a week. He talks about runs that go well and runs that don’t. He talks about the feelings, the specific thoughts when he’s running races. He runs further than I do - he does marathons, I’m only doing half marathons - but both involve so much time alone, outside, in all kinds of weather. It’s solitary but not lonely.

One thing I especially related to was him talking about how, as he gets older, his body just doesn’t do things the same way. He’ll train the same or harder and struggle to complete races in times he previously hit with ease. At the moment I’m training in the hopes of once again running a sub-2 hour half marathon (something I have only done once out of 14 races, and about 10 years ago), but it’s hard. I’m not old, but I’m older, and things ache more. Injuries appear more often. I might reach my goal; I might not. But I’ll keep running.

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Recommend to a Friend ( )
  ASKelmore | Aug 29, 2023 |
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You need be neither runner nor writer to find resonance in this slender but lucid meditation.
 
So what does he think about while running? The disappointing answer is not much apart from the rhythms of feet on tarmac and blood pumping round the body.
 
It is not just these perversely impressive physical feats that sharpen what might otherwise be a dull treatise on a healthful habit; Mr. Murakami's work has always combined the ordinary and the extraordinary, and this memoir is no exception.
tilføjet af Edward | RedigerThe New York Sun, Chloë Schama (Aug 13, 2008)
 
To characterize it as briefly as possible: easy on ear and mind alike, it’s the type of prose I would call sort of pretty poor. Running is “sort of a vague theme” (i.e., not just vague but vaguely vague), and the book is “a kind of memoir.” Murakami sort of likes this kind of thing, not just as an indistinct modifier but as a form of category-definition. He’s the “type of person,” “kind of person” — I lost track of the number of times this came up — who likes “sort of laid-back” music and is “sort of a brazen person” who sometimes has “a sort of arrogant attitude.”
tilføjet af dcozy | RedigerNew York Times, Geoff Dyer (Aug 10, 2008)
 
When I closed the book, I found myself fantasising not about athletic feats, but that more readily available satisfaction that Murakami evokes so tellingly: the stinging joy of a very, very cold beer.
tilføjet af Edward | RedigerThe Sunday Times, Kevin Jackson (Aug 3, 2008)
 

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