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Ryū Murakami

Japanese writer

1952   -  

country of citizenship: Japan
native language: Japanese
educated at: Musashino Art University
occupation: writer, screenwriter, novelist, film director, essayist, science fiction writer
award received: Akutagawa Prize, Yomiuri Prize, Tanizaki Prize, Noma Literary Prize, Noma Literary New Face Prize, литературная премия имени Тайко Хирабаяси

Ryū Murakami (村上 龍, Murakami Ryū, born February 19, 1952 in Sasebo, Nagasaki) is a Japanese novelist, short story writer, essayist and filmmaker. His novels explore human nature through themes of disillusion, drug use, surrealism, murder and war, set against the dark backdrop of Japan. His best known novels are Almost Transparent Blue, Coin Locker Babies and In the Miso Soup.
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works

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Kyoko

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1995

Almost Transparent Blue

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1976

Coin Locker Babies

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1980

69

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1987

Topaz

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1988

In the Miso Soup

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1997

Audition

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

1997

Piercing

novel by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

2008

From the Fatherland With Love

book by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

2005

最後の家族

book by Ryū Murakami

author: Ryū Murakami

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