“Pinball, 1973” has always been the Holy Grail of English Haruki Murakami translations. The 174-page work is his second novel — the sequel to his debut “Hear the Wind Sing” and a precursor to the internationally popular “A Wild Sheep Chase.” The work has never been released overseas.
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