"Norwegian Wood" is a novel by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, published in 1987. The book tells the story of Toru Watanabe, a university student in Tokyo, who reflects on his youth in the 1960s. The main themes of the book are love, loss, loneliness, and the search for meaning in life. Throughout the narrative, Toru experiences complicated relationships with two different women - Naoko, a mysterious and troubled girl with a dark past, and Midori, a vibrant and lively young woman. The novel "Norwegian Wood" is considered one of Haruki Murakami's most well-known and popular works, attracting readers with its depth and poignant sensibility.
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