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Updated on April 4th, 2007


"Blue letters" are books and magazines, which I have.
"Red letters" are articles, which I have with copies and electronic files.

Book/Magazine Titles and publishing date Publishing Office Titles Republished Book title or publication genre
Jazz Hihyo, Separate Vulume "Jazz Nihon Retto" in 1975 Jazz Hihyo-sha Questionaire to barkeepers: "Peter Cat (MURAKAMI Haruki) Kokubunji"http://www.jazzsoda.com/haruki.htm (Japanese)
Jazzland, August 1975 Kaicho-sha Interview: "18 Q&A to become a barkeeper of Jazz Cafe", http://www.jazzsoda.com/qa.htm (Japanese)
Shukan Asahi (Weekly Asahi), May 4 1979 Asahi Shimbun-sha Essay: "Gunzo Literature the Rookie of the Year Award, MURAKAMI Haruki-san, 29, is an owner of Jazz Caffe holding 3,000 Record Disks." Weekly magazine
Gunzo, June 1979 Vol.34 Kodan-sha Novel: "Kaze no Uta wo kike (Hear the Wind Sing)" Included in "Kaze no Uta wo kike (Hear the Wind Sing)"
Announcement of the 22nd Gunzo Literature he Rookie of the Year Award.
Monthly literary journal
Essay: "Jusho no Kotoba (Acceptance Words)" P114
"Kaze no Uta wo kike (Hear the Wind Sing)", July 25, 1979 Kodan-sha "Kaze no Uta wo kike" Novel
KAIE, August 1979 Toju-sha Translation: "Lo, The Poor Peocock" by Scott Fitzgerald Included in "My Lost City"Collected works of Fitzgerald
Interview: (Interviewer KAWAMOTO Saburo) "Watashi no Bungaku wo kataru (Talk about my Literature)" Monthly literary journal
Shukan Dokushojin (Weekly Dokushojin), November 5, 1979 Dokushojin Ltd., Essay: "Mukokuseki Sedai no Chikagoro (A stateless generation of these days)" Weekly newspaper
"Children of the World Stan Getz 25AP 1696 in 1979 CBS/Sony, Inc LP liner note: "Eternal American Dreamer / Stan Getz" LP
happy end Tsushin, February 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book review: "Jail Bird" by K. Vonnegut P14-15
Translation: "Ushinawareta San Jikan (Three Hours Between Planes)" by Scott Fitzgerald P48-51 Included in "My Lost City"
Gunzo, March 1980 Kodan-sha Novel: "1973 nen no Pinbohru (The Pinball, 1973)" Included in "1973 nen no Pinbohru (The Pinball, 1973)"
happy end Tsushin, March 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book Review: by Stephen King, Monthly magazine
Kinema Jumpo, latter month of March 1980 No.782 P88-89 Kinema Jumpo Company Cinematic review: "Oyako kan no Jenerehshon Gappu wa Kiken na Tehma (A generation gap between parents and children is dangerous theme.)" Quarterly movte mag
Umi, April 1980 Special Issue P92-109 Chuokoron-sha Story: "Chugoku yuki no Suroh Bohto (A Slow Boat to China)" Included in "Chugoku yuki no Suroh Bohto (A Slow Boat to China)"
happy end Tsushin, April 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book review: "No Beagles, No Drums" by Monthly magazine
Translation:
happy end Tsushin, May 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book review: Monthly magazine
Dialog: (with TAKAHASHI Chihiro)
Asahi Shimbun, the evening edition of Saturday, May 17, 1980 Asahi Shimbun-sha Interview: "<Doyoh no Techoh> Yabo na koto wa kakanai -- Wakai sedai ni shizukana Ninki no MURAKAMI Haruki-shi ni kiku (<Saturday note> I do not write senseless things -- Hear from Mr. MURAKAMI Haruki, who is quietly popular among youg generation.)" Daily newspaper
happy end Tsushin, May 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book review: "Smiley's People" by John Le Carre Monthly magazine
"1973 nen no Pinbohru (The Pinball, 1973)", June 20, 1980 Kodan-sha "1973 nen no Pinbohru" Novel
happy end Tsushin, July 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book Review: by Michael Crichton Monthly magazine
happy end Tsushin, August 1980 Happyend Tsushin-sha Book Review: "World According to Garp" by Monthly magazine
Taiyo, August 1980 Heibon-sha Cinematic review: "The Black Stallion" Monthly magazine
Bungakukai, September 1980 Bungeishunju Short Story: "Machi to, sono futashikana Kabe (The Town, and its Unstable Wall)" Monthly literary journal
Umi, September 1980 Chuokoron-sha Essay: "Pinbohru Gojitsutan (Pinball sequel)"
Taiyo, September 1980 Heibon-sha Cinematic review: "Star Wars / The Empire Strikes Back" Monthly literary journal
Bikkuri Hause, September 1980 Vol.6 No.9 P86 Parco Publishing Short Story: "Katori Senko (Mosquito Coil)" Monthly literary journal
Taiyo, October 1980 Heibon-sha Cinematic review:"'Tess'" Monthly literary journal
Sports Graphic Number, October 5th, 1980 Bungei-shunju-sha Essay: Monthly SPORTS
Croissant, October 25th, 1980 Magazine House Essay:
Taiyo, November 1980 Vol.18 No.11 P178 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "'Honeysuckle Rose'" Monthly magazine
Asahi Shimbun, the evening edition of November 12, 1980 Asahi Shimbun-sha Essay: "Fitzgerald no Miryoku (Charm of Fitzgerald)" Daily newspaper
Shincho, December 1980 P56-71 Shincho-sha Short Story: "Binbo na Obasan no Hanashi (A Poor-Aunt Story)" Included in "A Slow Boat to China"
Umi, December 1980 Vol.12 P297-355 Chuokoron-sha Translation: "Nokori Bi (Lees of Happiness)" by Scott Fitzgerald Included in "My Lost City"
Translation: "Koori no Kyuhden (Ice Palace)" by Scott Fitzgerald
Translation: "Arukohru no Maka de (An Alcoholic Case)" by Scott Fitzgerald
Essay: "Fitzgerald Taiken (Fitzgerald Experience)"
Shosetsu Gendai, December 1980 Kodan-sha Dialogue: with MURAKAMI Ryu, "1980 Nendai no Tomei Kankaku (Transparent feeling in the 1980s)" Monthly magazine
Taiyo, December 1980 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "'Bunch of Hippocrates'" Monthly magazine
Taiyo, January 1981 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "''" Monthly magazine
Bikkuri House, January 1981 Parco Publishing Short Story: "Photo Junction" Monthly magazine
Heibon Punch, January 26, 1981 Heibon-sha Interview: "The writer of urban feeling hearing songs of window" Weekly magazine
Brutus, February 1, 1981 Vol.2 No.2 P67 Heibon Publication (present: Magazine House) Essay: "Mythology of the 1981"
Taiyo, February 1981, Vol.19 No.2 P67 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "'Raise the Titanic'" Monthly magazine
Taiyo, March 1981, Vol.19 No.3 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "Shining" Monthly magazine
Brutus, March 15, 1981 Vol.2 No.5 P94-99 Heibon Publication (present: Magazine House) Short Story: "Nyuhyohku Tanko no Higeki (The New York Mining Disaster)" Included in "A Slow Boat to China"
Treful, Series of Short Stories "Tsukai Michi no nai Fukei (Useless Scenary) From April 1981 to March 1983 Totsusha (Treful edit room) Short Stories:
1. April 1981 "Gogatsu no Kaigansen (The Coastline in May)
2. May 1981 "Supaggeti no Toshi ni (At the Year of the Spaghetti)
3. July 1981 "4 Gatshu no aru hareta Hi ni 100 Pasento no Onnna no Ko ni au koto (On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl one April Beautiful Morning"
4. August 1981 "Nemui (Sleepy)"
5. September 1981 "Kaitsuburi (Dabchick)"
6. October 1981 "Kangaruh Hiyori (A Fine Day for Kangarooing)"
7. November 1981 "32 Sai no Dei Torippah (Daytripper of 32 Years Old)"
8. December 1981 "Takushi ni notta Kyuketshuki (The Vampire Cabbie)"
9. January 1982 "Kanojo no Machi to, Kanojo no Menyo (Her Town, Her Sheep)"
10. February 1982 "Sausu Bei Sutoratto (Southbay Strutt)"
11. March 1982 "Ashika Matsuri (The Sea Lion Festival)"
12. April 1982 "1963/1982 Nen no Ipanema Musume (The Girl from Ipanema, 1963/1982)"
13. May 1982 "Bahto Bakarakku wa osuki? (A window / Do you like Burt Bacarack)"
14. June 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 1 (Library Mystery 1)"
15. July 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 2 (Library Mystery 2)"
16. August 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 3 (Library Mystery 3)"
17. September 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 4 (Library Mystery 4)"
18. October 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 5 (Library Mystery 5)"
19. November 1982 "Toshokan Kitan 6 (Library Mystery 6)"
20. December 1982 "Dame ni natta Ohkoku (Collasped Kingdom)"
21. January 1983 "Chihzu Keiki no youna Katachi wo shita Boku no Binboh (My Poverty like Cheese Cake)"
22. February 1984 "Kagami (Mirror)2
23. March 1984 "Tongari Yaki no Seisui (Rise and fall of Tongari-yaki)"
Included in "Kangaruh Hiyori (A Fine Day for Kangarooing)"
Taiyo, April 1981 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "OL Nawa Dorei" Monthly magazine
Geijutsu Shincho, May 1981 Shincho-sha Essay: "Egakareta Nyuhyohku-ten ni yosete (For 'the drawn New York exhibition' New York State of Mind)" Monthly magazine
Taiyo, April 1981 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "Die Blechtrommel"
My Lost City Collections of Fitzgerald's works May 20, 1981 Chuokoron-sha Translation
Waseda Bungaku, June 1981 Waseda Bungaku-kai Story: "Shika to Kamisama to Sei-Seshiria (A deer, God, and Saint Cecilia)" Monthly literary journal
Taiyo, June 1981 Heibon-sha Cinema review: "The Elephant Man" Monthly magazine
Ongaku no Techoh June 10, 1981 Seido-sha Essay: Monthly magazine
Bessatsu Takarajima 24 "Dohgu toshiteno Eigo [Yomikata Hen] P20-23 JICC Publication Essay: "Essay 3, Some Methods to read English Novels"
Umi,
Essays: "Contemporary America"
From July 1981 to July 1982
Chuokoron-sha 1. July 1981, "Hihei no nakano Kyofu - Stephen King (Fear in Exhaustion - Stephen King)
2. September 1981, "Kochosareta Jokyo-ron - Vetonamu Senso wo meguru Sakuhin-gun (Theory of Exaggerated Situation -Works about Vietnam War)"
3. November 1981, "As Methology of Anarchism - Francis Coppola and 'Apocalypse Now'"
4. February 1982, "Modernism as anti-modern - About Novels of John Irving"
5. May 1982, "Formation and deployment of City Novel, Chandler, and Chandler and after Chandler"
6. July 1982, "A Legend of Prepared Victims, Jim Morrison / The Doors"
Monthly magazine
Josei Sebun July 1, 1981 Shogakukan Special essay Weekly magazine
Bessatsu Kurashi no Techoh, July 10, 1981 Chuokoron-sha Essay:
"Walk, Don't run" MURAKAMI Ryu vs MURAKAMI Haruki, July 20, 1981 Kodan-sha Dialogue
Eureka August 1981 Vol.13 P68-69 Seido-sha Essay: Monthly magazine
Bungei, September 1981 Kawade Shobo Shinsha Essay: "Mugi-batake (Wheat field)" Monthly literary journal
Taiyo, October 1981 Heibon-sha Ltd., Publishers Essay: "Hachigatshu no Iori Boku no 'Hojoki' Taiken (A Hut in August, My Experience of 'Hojoki')" Monthly magazine
Shincho, October 1981 Shincho-sha Short Story: "Kangaruh Tsushin (Kangaroo Communiqué)" Included in"A Slow Boat to China"
Waseda Bungaku, October 1981 Waseda Bungaku-kai Short Story: "Panya Shuhgeki (Bakery Attack)" Included in "Collection of Short Stories III"
Bikkuri-house, October 1981 Parco publication Story: "Ashika (Sea Lion)" Included in "Collection of Short Stories II"
Bungakukai, November 1981 Bungeishunju Essay: "Tomodachi to Eikyu-undoh to Natsu no Owari (Friends, Perpetual Motion and the End of Summer)" Monthly literary journal
Takarajima, November 1981 Takarajima-sha Interview: Our Age "Genso no Amerika Shonen wa Chusan Kaikyu no Tomo ga sukidatta (Fantagic American boy loves firends of middle class.)" Monthly magazine
"Yume de aimasho (Let's meet in a dream.)" ITOI Shigesato and MURAKAMI Haruki, November 25, 1981 Tojusha "Yume de aimasho" Essays
Hot Dog Press, December14, 1981 Kodan-sha Interview: HUMAN HOT INTERVIEW SPECIAL "Hear the Wind Sing" MURAKAMI Haruki V.S. OMORI Kazuki
HENTAI yoiko Shinbun, 1982 PARCO publication Story: "Ashika Bungei" Included in "Collection of Short Stories II"
Short-short-land, 1982 summer Kodan-sha Story: "Odamaki Sake no Yoru (Night of Odamaki Sake)" Included in "Collection of Short Stories II"
Subaru, January 1982 Shueisha Essay: "Gay Tallies in Hokkaido"
Subaru, February 1982 Shueisha Essay: "TOYODA Shiro, All Night with 4 Pictures"
Asahi Journal, February 5, 1982 Asahi Shimbun Publishing Essay: "Aoyama Gakuin Daigaku - Kiki ni hinshita Jichi to Kirisuto-kyo Seishin (Aoyama Gakuin University - Facing a crisis of Self-government and Christianism)" Weekly magazine
Subaru, March 1982 Shueisha Essay: "About Bunko-style books and woman writers" Monthly literary journal
Sports Graphic Number, from April 20, 1982 to February 20, 1986 Bungeishunju Included in "'The Scrap', Dear 1980s"
Asahi Shimbun Evening paper March 29, 1982 to April 10 Asahi Shimbun-sha Essays: From a diary
May 29, "
Chikara no Ronri (Theory of Force)"
May 30, "
Maneki Neko (Inviting Cat)"
May 31, "
Aishitemasu (I love you)"
April 1, "
Kansei no Shiso (A thoght about sensitivity)"
April 2, "
Fushigi-neko no Sonzai (Exsitence of Mysterious Cat)"
April 3, "
Hyosatsu to Moratoriamu (Door plate and Moratorium)"
April 5, "
Yagiza no Shukumei (Fate of Capricorn)"
April 6, "
Gunnihriku Tajima (GNINAELC ADAMIS)"
April 7, "
Chokyori-gata Sekkachi (Impatient Long Distant Ruuner)"
April 8, "
Kyoshi toiu Sonzai (To be a teacher)"
April 9, "
Toshokan Zakkan (Miscellaneous thoughts about Library)"
April 10, "
Moraru Majoriti (Moral Majority)"
Subaru, April 1982 Shueisha Essay: "Manhattan Toransufah to Koshukei ni tsuite (About the Manhattan Transfer and Death by Hanging)" Monthly literary journal
Subaru, May 1982 Shueisha Essay: "Hoppo Ryodo to Berurin Nikki (Northern Territories and 'Berlin diary')" Monthly literary journal
Asahi Journal, May 21, 1982 Asahi Shimbun Essay: Weekly magazine
Gunzo, June 1982 Kodan-sha Essay: "Shinjin-sho Zengo (Before and after the Newcomers prize)" Monthly literary journal
Subaru, June 1982 P223 Shueisha Essay: "About Obscenity and Good Sense" Monthly literary journal
Brutus, June 1982 Common publication (present Magazine House) Essay: "Jon Appudaiku wo yomu tame no Sairyo no Basho (Best place to read John Updike)"
Essay: "Boshi wo nugu Tokoro (A place to take off hat)"
Story: "Shosai Kitan (Den Mystery)" Included in "Collection of Short Stories II"
Story: "Supagetti Kojo no Himitsu (Secret of Spaghetti Factory)"
Eureka, July 1982 Seido Sha Interview: Special edition for Chandler, Talk with KAWAMOTO Saburo "R Chandorah aruiwa Toshi-shosetsu ni tuite (About R. Chandler or about City Novel)"
Umi, July 1982 Vol.14 P149-424 Chuokoron-sha Interview with John Irving (Interviewer: Thomas Wiliams) "What is good novel?" translated by MURAKAMI Haruki Monthly magazine
Hentai Yoiko Simbun, July 15, 1982 Parco Publishing Short Story: "Ashika Bungei" Included in "The Complete Works 1979-1989 5 Short Stories II"
Gunzo, August 1982 Kodan-sha Novel: "Hitsuji wo meguru Boken (A Wild Sheep Chase)" Included in"A Wild Sheep Chase"
Takarajima, August 1982 Takarajima-sha Short Story: "Gogo no saigo no Shiba (The Last lawn on the Afternoon)" Included in "On a Slow Boat to China"
Nikkan Arbeit News, August 16, 1982 - May 21, 1984 City Walking Included in "Murakami Asahido"
"Hitsuji wo meguru Boken (A Wild Sheep Chase)"October 15, 1982 Kodan-sha "Hitsuji wo meguru Boken" Novel
Subaru, November 1982 Shueisha Story: "Tsuchi no nakano Kanojo no chiisana Inu (Her little dog in earth)" Included in "On a Slow Boat to China"
Umi, December 1982 A special, "a child's universe" Chuokoron-sha Story: "Shidonih no Gurihn Sutorihto (The green street in Sydney)" Included in "A Slow Boat to China"
hi fashion, For five years after 1983 Essay: "Random Talking" Included in "Murakami Asahido, Heigh-Ho!"
Shincho, January 1983 Shincho-sha Story: "Naya wo yaku (Barn Burning)" Included in "Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories"
Chuokoron, January 1983 Chuokoron-sha Story: "Hotaru (Firefly)" Included in "Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories"
Nihon Dokusho Shimbun Interview: (Interviewer: WATANABE Naoki) "Anarogu de kakareta Monogatari (The tale written in Analog)"
Shosetsu Gendai, February 1983 Kodan-sha Talk with ITSUKI Hiroyuki, "Koto no Sekai to Ha no Sekai (The world of a word, and the world of a leaf)" Monthly magazine
Chuokoron, February 1983 Chuokoron-sha Essay: "ET wo ET tekini miru (To see 'ET' with an ET style)" Monthly magazine
Shukan Genda, February 20, 1983 Japanese in '83, "MURAKAMI Haruki Shinsedai Sakka no Tantan Seikatsu (MURAKAMI Haruki, a new generation writer, and his disinterested life)"
Sankei Shimbun, February 20, 1983 "He likes to dig holes in his garden. (+ a word from Mrs. Murakami)" Newspaper
Gunzo, March 1983 Kodan-sha Essay: "Hotto Keiki no Aji (Taste of a hot cake)" Monthly literary journal
Gunzo, April 1983 Kodan-sha Essay: "Kigo toshiteno Amerika (The United States as a sign)" Monthly literary journal
Penthouse, May 1983 Kodan-sha Essay: "Bihchi Boi wo tsuka shite Otona ni natta Bokutachi (We grew up through Beach Boy)"
Umi, May 1983 Chuokoron-sha Essay: "Reimondo Karvah ni tsuite (About Raymond Carver)" Monthly magazine
"On a Slow Boat to China"May 20, 1983 Chuokoron-sha Short stories
Umi, July 1983 Chuokoron-sha Essay: "Saisho no Tanpenshu (The first collection of short stories)" Monthly magazine
"Can we understand, if we talk?"(ITOI Shigesato talk collection) Asuka new company Essays: Talk with ITOI Shigesato Itoi, "1982.2.22 I spoke with MURAKAMI Haruki at Roppongi/Serina"
"The Encyclopedia of Jazz"(arc publication) July 20, 1983 Tojusha Essays: Interview with ONO Yoshie, "Once Jazz refused System and crimbed it over."
"A Fine Day for Kangarooing", September 9, 1983 Heibon-sha Ltd., Publishers Short stories
Shincho, September 1983 Shincho-sha Essay: "Rokku no Rekohdo niokeru Goyaku no Kenkyu (Research of mistranslation in record disc of Rock music)" Monthly magazine
IN POCKET, October 1983 Kodan-sha Story: "Puhru Saido (Poolside)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
Gunzo, November 1983 Kodan-sha Essay: "Seifuku wo kita Hitobito ni tsuite (About people who wear uniform)" Monthly literary journal
"Happy End of Elephant Factory", December 5, 1983 CBS and Sony publication MURAKAMI Haruki and ANZAI Mizumaru Essays and others
Bungakukai, December 1983 Bungeishunju Story: "Mekura-yanagi to Nemuru-onnna (Blind Willow and Sleeping Girl)" Included in "Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories"
IN POCKET, December 1983 Kodan-sha Story: "Ama-yadori (Shelter from Rain)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
Shincho, January 1984 Shincho-sha Story: "Odoru Kobito (The dancing Dwarf)" Included in "Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories"
Honyaku no Sekai, January 1984 - June "Haruki Murakami's paperback life"
IN POCKET, February 1984 Kodan-sha Story: "Takushi ni notta Otoko (A Man on a Taxi)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
Bikkuri-house, February 1984 Parco Publication (A talk with ANZAI Mizumaru) "Chikura ni okeru Choshoku no Arikata (How is the breakfast in Chikura)" Included in "Murakami Asahido"
The Sports Graphic Number, February 20, 1984 Bungeishunju CITY SCRAPS "BACHURA boy" Included in "'The Scrap', Dear 1980s"
GORO, February23, 1984 Shogakukan (A talk with ANZAI Mizumaru) "Otoko ni totte Hayai Kekkonn wa Son ka Toku ka? (Is an early marriage advantageous or not for a man?)" Included in "Murakami Asahido"
Bikkuri-house, March 1984 Parco Publication (A talk with ANZAI Mizumaru) "Chikura ni okeru Yushoku no Arikata (How is the supper in Chikura)" Included in "Murakami Asahido"
"Pictures of Wave, Tales of Wave"March 25, 1984 Bungeishunju Photo by INAGAKI Junichi and Story by MURAKAMI Haruki Essays
IN POCKET, April 1984 Kodan-sha Story: "Ima ha naki Oujo no tameno (For the late Queen)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
Fujin Koron, April 1984 Essay: "Natto wo meguru Choshoku arekore (Breakfast stories about Natto)"
Brutus, April 15 1984 Magazine House Story: "Mittsu no Doitsu Genso (Three German fantasies)"
1. Fuyu no Hakubutsukan toshiteno Porunogurafi (Pornography vis-a-vis a museum-in-winter)
2. Heruman Gehringu Yosai, 1983 (The Hermann Goering Stronghold, 1983.)
3. Heru W no Kuchuu Teien (Herr W's Midair Garden)
Included in "Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories"
Essay: "Nichijo teki Doitsu no Boken (Adventure of Daily Germany)"
anan April 27, 1984 Magazine House Essay: "Neko tono Tabi (A trip with cat)" written by MURAKAMI Haruki/ photo by INAGAKI Koichi Included in Chuo Bunko,"Useless Scenery"
Deux Magots communication No.13 *Pamphlet of Deux Magots Paris, Shibuya Bunkamura Bunkamura "Expert cafe of the island in Greece", written by MURAKAMI Haruki / photo by INAGAKI Koichi Included in Chuo Bunko,"Useless Scenery"
IN POCKET, June 1984 Kodan-sha Story: "Yakyujo (Baseball field)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
CLASSY, For two years from June 1984 The Murakami Asahido Gaho Included in "The afternoon of the Langerhans island"
"Hotaru, Naya wo yaku, sonota no Tanpen (Firefly, Bahn Burning and Other Short Stories)", July 1, 1984 Shincho-sha Short stories
Shosetsu Shincho, July 1984 Shincho-sha Correspondence between ITOI Shigesato and MURAKAMI Haruki Murakami "Kyo wa koko made (So much for today)"
"Murakami Asahido", July 15, 1984 Wakabayashi publication plan Haruki Murakami / ANZAI Mizumaru Essays and others
Dai-koramu "Dennis WIRUSO and the California myth are slow."
IN POCKET, October 1984 Kodan-sha Story: "Outo 1979 (Vomiting, 1979)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
Marie Clair Japon October 1984 Chuokoron-sha "Haruki Murakami in New York"
IN POCKET, December 1984 Kodan-sha Story: "Hantingu Naifu (Hunting knife)" Included in "Carrousel's Dead-heat"
The World According to Garp (Volume 1) by John Irving, translated by TSUTSUI Masaaki Sanrio (Sanrio library) "John Irving for me"
Shukan Asahi, April 5, 1985 to April 4, 1986 Asahi Shimbun Included in "Return of Murakami Asahi-do"
Short-short-land June 1985 *** "The short sentence about the elephant which steps on the empty can of Heine Ken Biel"
Nami, June 1985 Shincho-sha "The system in a novel"
"Sekai no Owari to Hahdo-boirudo Wandahrando (Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World)", June 15, 1985 Shincho-sha Novel
Shukan Hoseki, July 12, 1985 "I am "the talk here" his twenties."
Bungakukai, August 1985 Bungeishunju "Disappearance of an elephant" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
Mali Clair, August 1985 Chuokoron-sha Story: "The Second Bakery Attack" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
"Kaiten-mokuba no Deddo-hihto (Carrousel's Dead-heat)", October 15, 1985 Kodan-sha Newly-written work "It is the dead heat of - merry-go-round first", "radar HOZEN" Short stories
LEE, November 1985 Shueisha Story: "Family affair (first part)" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
Chuokoron, November 1985 Chuokoron-sha "The letter of letter - and others of a complaint" Monthly magazine
"Hitsuji-otoko no Kurisumasu (Christmas of Sheep-man)", November 25, 1985 Kodan-sha Essays and others
LEE, December 1985 Shueisha Story: "Family affair (latter part)" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
Separate volume novel present age Short story & column special number 1985 winter Kodan-sha "The continent which sank with twins" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
"Eiga wo meguru Bohken (Adventure on Movie)", December 24 1985 Kodan-sha Essays
Gunzo, January 1986 Kodan-sha "About a human interest (1) newspaper"
Gekkan Kadokawa (Monthly Kadokawa), January 1986 Kadokawa Shoten Publishing "Poland invasion [ of Indian rising and Hitler in collapse and 1881 of the Roman Empire ] -, the strong wind world" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
Shincho, January 1986 Shincho-sha Story: "The Wind-Up Bird and Tuesday's Women" Included in "The Second Bakery Attack"
EMMA, January 25, 1986 "Haruki Murakami's Greece migration plan"
"Kaze no Taiwa (Wind Talk)", February 1986 Bronze-shin-sha ITSUKI Hiroyuki talk collection "Blight Wind in Wonderland" Essays and others
Gunzo, February 1986 Kodan-sha "The culture shock of the human interest (2) Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan"
Gunzo, March 1986 Kodan-sha "Human interest (3) parachute"
"Pan-ya Sai-shuugeki (The Second Bakery Attack)", April 10, 1986 Bungeishunju Short stories
Bungaku 1986, Japan Writer's Association Kodan-sha Story: "The Elephant vanishes"
"(Murakami Asahi-do no Gyakushu (Return of the Murakami Asahi-do)". June 25, 1986 Asahi Shimbun MURAKAMI Haruki Murakami and ANZAI Mizumaru Essays and others
"Rangehansu-toh no Gogo (The afternoon of Islet of Langerhans)", November 1986 Kobunsha Essays and others
Sankaku-sato, Short short 20 members Kodan-sha Story: "Night of Odakaki-sake" Included in "Collection of Short Stories I"
L'E, January 1987 *** Story: "Woman ♯241 and ♯242" of a rainy day Included in "Collection of Short Stories I"
"'The Scrap' Natsukashi no 1980 Nendai ('The Scrap', Dear 1980s)", February 1, 1987 Bungeishunju Essays and others
Oten, Spring are from the window of a night train. Kodan-sha Stories: "A Poor Aunt Story", "The Dancing Dwarf"
"Hi izuru Kuni no Kojo (Factories of the Sunrising Country)", April 1, 1987 Heibon-sha MURAKAMI Haruki and ANZAI Mizumaru Essays and others
The WINDS, June 1987 JAL "Let's go to Greece anyhow!"
NADIR 1987 autumn Story: "Airplane" Included in "TV People"
Seishun to Dokusho, September 1987 Shueisha " "the light which October light" emits"
"Noruwei no Mori (Norwegian Wood)", September 10, 1987 Kodan-sha Novel
Bungakukai, October 1987 "Ten pieces of Raymond Carver's poetry"
L'E, November 1987 *** "What made the trial the letter which was not contributed at poetry"
Shincho, February 1988 Shincho-sha "-- Rome -- Rome and we have to make the preparations which pass winter -- "
Switch, February 1988 Switch Corporation Translation: "A grandfather's recollections" The Truman Capote work Included in "A grandfather's recollections"
Honyaku no Sekai, March 1989 *** "A place Haruki Murakami interview whose I begin translation"
U.S. youth novel special edition Shincho-sha (Translation) "Ghost SORUJAZU" /Tim O'Brien work
"Dansu Dansu Dansu (Dance Dance Dance)", October 24, 1988 Kodan-sha Novel
Eureka, April 1989 Seido Sha Special edition Capote
"One Chritmas" T and Capote / Haruki Murakami translation / Akagi 仁画
Included in "One Chritmas"
Shincho, April 1989 Shincho-sha "Raymond Carver's death which was too early" Monthly magazine
Love Stories 1, Raymond Carver Bobby Ann Mason others -- Edied by Chips & Henderson Hayakawa Publishing (Translation) "What we talk about when we talk about love" by Raymond Carver Included in "What we talk about when we talk about love"
"Murakami Asahi-do Hai Ho! (Murakami Asahido, Heigh-Ho!)", May 20, 1989 Bunka-ShuppanKyoku Essays and others
par Avion, June 1989 *** Story: "Return of TV People" (original title of "TV People") Included in "TV People"
Eureka, Special, June 1989 Seidosha "How did airplane - or he say that a soliloquy read poetry?" Included in "TV People"
Long interview by SHIBATA Motoyuki
Switch SPECIAL-2 Switch Corporation (Translation) "Wants", "Uneasy" by Grace Paley Included in "Enormous Changes at the Last Minute"
Shincho, October 1989 Shincho-sha "They are せ玉 P and OSUTA "ghosts" which goes away in high quality."
Sankaku Sato, Collection of 20 short short stories by YOSHIYUKI Junnosuke and others Kodan-sha (Kodan-sha library) Story: "Odamaki Sake no Yoru (Night of Odakaki-sake)" Included in "Collection of Short Stories II"
Switch, October 1989 Vol.7 No.5 P19-33 Switch Corporation Story: "Warera ga Jidai no Fohkuroa -- Kohdo-shihonshugi Zenshi (The folklore of our Time -- Prehistory of advanced capitalism)" illustrations by YAMAMOTO Yoko Included in "TV People"
Bungakukai, November 1989 Bungeishunju Story: "Sleep" Included in "TV People"
Esquire Japan, November 1989, Vol 3 No. 11 (No. 23) P116-129 UPU Translation: Story "Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong" by Tim O'Brien, translation by MURAKAMI Haruki, illustrations by James McMullan Monthly magazine
marie claire Japon, December 1989 Chuokoron-sha (Translation) "An errand boy" / Raymond Carver work Quiet "R and Carver and its voice of its" / Jay Maki Nannie work Haruki Murakami translation "Errand boy" "The Raymond Carver 傑作選"It is alike and records.
Shinema Sutorihto (Cinema street) (by ANZAI Mizumaru) Kinema Jumpo-sha (A talk, ANZAI Mizumaru) "My 'disagreeable thing, fearful thing'"
Switch, December 1989 Switch Corporation (Translation) "One Chritmas" /Truman Capote work Included in "One Chritmas"
Book review 02 Yudachi-sha (Book review) "せ玉 which goes away in high quality" ("ghosts" / pole OSUTA work, Motoyuki Shibata translation)
"TV People", January 25, 1990 Bungeishunju Newly-written work "Kano KURETA", "zombie" Short stories
Eureka, June 1990 Seido Sha Special edition Raymond Carver "60 acres" R and Carver / Haruki Murakami translation / 聴涛幸子絵 "Night school" R and Carver / Haruki Murakami translation / Takasuka 優絵
Bungeishunju The June 1990 Bungeishunju Story: "Tony Takitani (short version)" Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
"Paparazzi"June 1990 Work company 伴田 Ryosuke and composition, Haruki Murakami and a sentence Essays and others
"Tooi Taiko (A Faraway Drumbeat)", June 28, 1990 Shincho-sha Haruki Murakami and a sentence, Yoko Murakami and a photograph Essays and others
"Uten, Enten (Rainy Weather, Hot Weather)", August 28, 1990 Shincho-sha Essays and others
"Complete Works of MURAKAMI Haruki 1979-1989 I", September 20, 1990 Short stories
"Complete Works of MURAKAMI Haruki 1979-1989 Collection of short stories II", January 21, 1991 Kodan-sha Newly-written work "Silence" Short stories
hi fashion March 1991, No. 203 P99-105 Bunkashuppankyoku Essay: "Murakami Asahido, Udon Kiko -- Hito wa naze Udon wo taberu noka? (Murakami Asahido, an acount of Udon trip -- Why people eat Udon?)" Included in "Henkyo, Kinkyo"
Bungakukai, "Haruki Murakami book" April 1991 special number number Bungeishunju Story: "A green beast" Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
Bungeishunju Short novel hall Bungeishunju Story: "Tony Takitani (short version)" Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
"Complete Works of MURAKAMI Haruki 1979-1989 Collection of short stories III", July 22, 1991 Kodan-sha Short stories:
Original story: "Man-Eating Cats"
The PLAYBOY, June 1992 Shueisha (Interchange VUYU) Haruki Murakami interview by "American journalist "Murakami HARUKI" for the guy gin by guy gin"
RITERERU 1992 summer Meta-ROGU It is " "book review" is a style."
Hon, From the August 1992 to November 1993 Included in "And then, Sorrowful Foreign Language"
"Kokkyo no Minami, Taiyo no Nishi (South of the Boader, West of the Sun)", October 12, 1992 Kodan-sha Novel
Shincho, January 1993 Shincho-sha (Translation) "Black bird pie" Raymond Carver work (translator postscript) "About a black bird pie" Monthly magazine
Baito no Tatsujin (Experts of Arbeit) Edited by Japan P.E.N. Club Fukutake bookstore (fortune Takefumi warehouse) Story: "The Last Lawn of the Afternoon" Included in "A Slow Boat to China"
The 2nd collection of the collections of present age horror masterpieces Water of magic Edited by Ryu Murakami Kadokawa Shoten Publishing (Kadokawa horror library) Story: "Mirror" Included in "A Fine Day for Kangarooing"
Taiyo, April 1993 - March 1995 Heibon-sha Ltd., Publishers Murakami Asahido Parker collection of short stories "く of night is also a colander."
Shincho, August 1993 Shincho-sha Screw firewood bird chronicle
Part I "thief magpie" editing and a conclusion
13 "First Lieutenant Mamiya's Long Talk, 2"
Included in "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle Book One: The Thieving Magpie"
"Yagate knashiki Gaikokugo (And then, Sorrowful Foreign Language)", February 25, 1994 Kodan-sha Haruki Murakami and a sentence, ANZAI Mizumaru and a binding / this cut Essays and others
"Shincho," The March 1994 - December Shincho-sha Included in "-- good-bye -- Byrd Land"- of Chapter 17 Chapter 37
"Nejimaki-dori Kuronikuru (The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle), Book One: Dorobo Kasasagi (The Thieving Magpie)", Tuesday, April 12, 1994 Shincho-sha Novel
"Nejimaki-dori Kuronikuru (The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle), Book Two: Yogen suru Tori (Bird as Prophet)", Tuesday, April 12, 1994
Shincho, May 1994 Shincho-sha (Book review) "Use of Bach and OSUTA" (a "moon palace" / pole OSUTA) Monthly magazine
Shincho, December 1994 Shincho-sha "Zoo attack (or tactless slaughter") Monthly magazine
"Tsukai Michi no nai Fukei (Useless Scene)", December 10, 1994
Bunko Style book, August 18, 1998 (Chuoko Bunko)
Asahi Shuppan-sha Haruki Murakami and a sentence, Koichi Inagaki and a photograph Essays and others
"The voice of the heart is heard". January 1995 Shincho-sha The Hayao Kawai dialog collection "With a present-day tale, something is Haruki Murakami "screw firewood bird chronicle"."
Swing Journal, April 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 1-/Bill Crowe work
Swing Journal, May 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 2-/Bill Crowe work
Swing Journal, June 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 3-/Bill Crowe work
"Yoru no Kumo-zaru (Spider Monkey at Night)", June 10, 1995 Heibon-sha Short stories
The Hayao Kawai talk collection The "Hear the voice of heart." Shincho-sha "What is it with a present-day tale "a screw firewood bird chronicle"?"
Swing Journal, July 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 4-/Bill Crowe work
Swing Journal, August 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 5-/Bill Crowe work
"The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Book Three: The Birdcatcher", August 25, 1995 Shincho-sha Novel
Swing Journal, September 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 6-/Bill Crowe work
Pochette fairy tale Northern Song "The green street in Sydney"
Swing Journal, October 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 7-/Bill Crowe work
Bungakukai, November 1995 Bungeishunju eye " -- く -- ら -- a willow -- woman" which sleeps Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
Swing Journal, November 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 8
/Bill Crowe work
Shukan Asahi, November 10, 1995 - December 27, 1996 Asahi Shimbun Publishing Weekly Murakami Asahido 1 "Although no less than ten years are already a front thing" Included in "How Murakami Asahi-do was Trained"
Swing Journal, December 1995 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 9-/Bill Crowe work
Nami, January 1996 Shincho-sha "A book to come to hear jazz fully"
Swing Journal, January 1996 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 10-/Bill Crowe work
Bungeishunju The February 1996 Bungeishunju Story: "The seventh man" Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
Swing Journal, February 1996 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes 11-/Bill Crowe work
Swing Journal, March 1996 Swing journal company (Translation) Jazz ANEKUDOTSU Collection of back stage anecdotes The last round / Bill Crowe work
Sekai, April 1996 Iwanami Shoten (Talk) It goes to meet Haruki Murakami and Hayao Kawai. The 1st time " "what does man cure by tale"?" Monthly magazine
Sekai, May 1996 Iwanami Shoten (Talk) It goes to meet Haruki Murakami and Hayao Kawai. The 2nd night "The "body" and the "heart" which dig no being conscious" Monthly magazine
"How to find Wirling Cat", May 24, 1996 Shincho-sha Haruki Murakami and a sentence, ANZAI Mizumaru and a picture, Yoko Murakami and a photograph Essays and others
Hon no Hanashi, From the August 1 1996 to the September 2, 1997 Bungeishunju Included in "Short novel guidance for a young reader"
Gunzo, October 1996 Kodan-sha Story: "The ghost of Lexington (short version)" Included in "Lexington Ghosts"
"Lexington Ghosts", November 30, 1996 Bungeishunju Short stories
"MURAKAMI Haruki went to meet with KAWAI Hayao.", December 5, 1996 Iwanami Shoten Essays
"Underground"March 20, 1997 Kodan-sha Essays
Hon, April 1997 Kodan-sha It asks for language with "flesh and blood, and is ".
"How Murakami Asahi-do was Trained", June 1, 1997 Asahi Shimbun Essays
Present age The July 1997 Kodan-sha "The sarin nerve-gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and a Japanese (a talk, Hayao Kawai)"
"Short novel guidance for Young Readers", October 10, 1997 Bungeishunju Essays
"Portrait in Jazz", December 20, 1997 Shincho-sha Essays
Suntory Quarterly, September 30, 1997 to December 15 Included in "If our language is whiskey"
Bungeishunju, April - October 1998 Bungeishunju Underground 2 Included in "The Place that was Promised"
"Henkyo, Kinkyo"April 23, 1998 Shincho-sha Essays
"Henkyo, Kinkyo Photos", May 1998 Shincho-sha MATSUMURA Eizo and MURAKAMI Haruki Essays and phots
"Fuwa Fuwa", June 1998 Kodan-sha Essays
"Dreaminf Surf City", July 1, 1998 Asahi Shimbun Essays
"The Place that was Promised", November 30, 1998 Bungeishunju Essays
Chuokoron, February 1999 Chuokoron-shinsha From a field of American Literature 1 Monthly magazine
Chuokoron, April 1999 Chuokoron-shinsha From a field of American Literature 2 Monthly magazine
"Sptonik Sweetheart", April 20 1999 Kodan-sha Novels
BRUTAS 1999年6月1日 Magazine House Long interview "Why MURAKAMI Haruki runs?"
Essay "'How do I finish with happy feeling?', it's most important thing."
Chukoron, June 1999 Chuokoron-shinsha From a field of American Literature 3 Monthly magazine
Shincho, 1999年8月号 Shincho Story "U.F.O. in Kushiro" Included in "All God's Children Can Dance"
Shincho, 1999年9月号 Shincho-sha Story "Scenary with Iron" Included in "All God's Children Can Dance"
Shincho, October 1999issue Shincho-sha Story: "All God's Children Can Dance" Included in "All God's Children Can Dance"
Shincho, November 1999 Shincho-sha Story: "Thailand" Included in "All God's Children Can Dance"
"If our language is whiskey", December 15, 1999 Heibon-sha Essays and others
Shincho, January 2000 Shincho-sha Story "Super-Flog saves Tokyo" Included in "All God's Children Can Dance"
"All God's Children Can Dance", February 25, 2000 Shincho-sha Original story "Honey Pie" Short Stories
Eureka March 2000, Special Seidosha [Eメールインタビュー] 言葉という激しい武器 聞き手 大鋸一正 Monthly literary journal
Nami, July 2000 Shincho-sha 表紙の筆蹟 Monthly literary journal
"Yes, Let's Ask It to Murakami-san", August 1, 2000 Asahishimbun Essays and others
"Matatabi abita Tama", August 30, 2000 Essays and others
Sports Graphic Number Plus, October 2000 Bungeishunju 「世の中にオリンピックくらい退屈なものはない、のか?」。 Monthly Magazine
"Translation Night Tales", October 20, 2000 Bungeishunju, Bunshun Shunsho MURAKAMI Haruki, SHIBATA Motoyuki Essays and others
"Sidney!", January 20, 2001jk Bungeishunju Essays and others
"Smerjakof vs. ODA Nobunaga's Vassal Group", April 1, 2001 Asahi Shimbunsha Essays and others
"Portrait in Jazz 2", April 25, 2001 Shincho-sha WADA Makoto and MURAKAMI Haruki Essays
NAVI, June 1, 2001 Nigensha Interview: "Why Mr. MURAKAMI Haruki likes Sports and German car?" Monthly Magazine
"MURAKAMI Radio", June 8, 2001 Magazinehouse Essays
"Children on Their Birthdays", May 15, 2002 Bungeishunju-sha Original translation: "Cildren on Thier Birthdays", "The Thanksgiving Visitor" by Truman Capote/translated by MURAKAMI Haruki Translation
"Trick Democracy" by TAKAHASHI Hidemi Soshisha Comment: "Awkward World where we live"
Nami, September 2002 Shincho-sha Title words on front cover Monthly magazine
About "Kafka on the shore"
"Kafka on the Shore", September 10, 2002 Shincho-sha Novel
"Flaotin' Time"by M's (Masa-chans) VICJ 60995 2002 on September 21, 2002 Victor Entartaiment Inc. CD liner note "An Intent Pianist" CD Liners
TITLE, October, 2002 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 01" on Nagoya Foods Monthly Magazine
"No Idea" by ANZAI Mizumaru & WADA Makoto, October 2002 Kin-no-hoshi-sha "I means inhaling the same air."
TITLE, November,2002 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 02" on Nagoya Culture Monthly Magazine
"Birthday Stories", December 7, 2002 Chuokoron-shinsha Translation
TITLE, March 2003,Vol. 4, No. 3 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 03" on Atami Monthly Magazine
TITLE, April 2003,Vol. 4, No. 4, P134-141 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 04" on Honolulu Monthly Magazine
Bungakukai, April 2003, Vol. 57 No. 4, P10-42 Bungeishunju-sha Interview: (Interviwer: YUKAWA Yutaka, KOYAMA Tetsuo) "Speak about 'Kafka on the Shore'"
Stereo Sound, 2003 Spring, Vol. 37 No. 2, P313-320 Stereo Sound Essay: The Place with Music 1, "Cedar Walton -- Minor poet with tough writing style" Monthly audio journal
Arne, No. 3, March 10, 2003 Eographic Essay: "Iidashi kanete (Hesitate to speak)" Quarterly Magazine
TITLE, April 2003,Vol. 4, No. 5, P126-133 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 05" on Honolulu Monthly Magazine
"The Catcher in the Rye" April 20, 2003 Hakusui-sha J. D.Salinger Translation
Complete Works of MURAKAMI Haruki 1990-2000 May 2003 Kodan-sha "Nejimaki-dori Kuronikuru (Wind-Up Bird Chronicle) 1" Novel
"The salon.com Reader's Guide to Contemporary Authors" translated by SHIBATA Motoyuki et al. May 2003 Kenkyu-sha Commentary on J. D. Salinger "Jerome David Salinger" P183-186
Bungaku-kai June 2003, Vol. 57 No. 6 Special topic "Salinger, Again" Bungeishunju-sha Commentary from the translator "The Catcher in the Rye" P263-283 Monthly literary magazine
Shonen Kafka June 10, 2003 Shincho-sha Essays (from Homepage)
TITLE, July 2003,Vol. 4, No. 7, P120-127 Bungeishunju-sha Tokyo Surume Club "We want to go to near! 05" on Enoshima Monthly Magazine
Complete Works of MURAKAMI Haruki 1990-2000 May 2003 Kodan-sha "Nejimaki-dori Kuronikuru (Wind-Up Bird Chronicle) 2" Novel
Stereo Sound, 2003 Summer, Vol. 37 No. 3, P281-288 Stereo Sound Essay: The Place with Music 2, "Blian Wilson -- Loss and rebirth of South California myth" Monthly audio journal
Stereo Sound, 2003 Autumn, Vol. 37 No. 4, P345-352 Stereo Sound Essay: The Place with Music 3, "Schubert's Piano Sonata No. 17 in D major, D850 -- Soft contemporary chaos" Monthly audio journal
Bungakukai, September 2004

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