Haruki Murakami, one of the most important contemporary literary books in the world, shared a lot of reflections on his work before the full-fledged theater of the House of Culture.
He did this in a conversation that took place on Thursday evening with Culture Minister Raúl Pérez Torres and was sponsored by the governments of Ecuador and Japan.
Murakami received important recognitions, such as the Franz Kafka Prize and the Jerusalem Prize, and his name has been present in recent years among critics of the Nobel Prize for Literature. Among the most important books of their artistic race are Kafka on the border, 1Q84, Tokyo blues and Chronicle of the bird, which gives the wind to the world.
In his speech he said that "he could not write fiction death" and claimed that his story – despite the dark circumstances of his characters and plots – is an optimistic attitude.
He said that in the process of creation, he moves into parallel worlds, to which he goes and returns as his writing progresses.
At the end of the meeting, the audience greeted the writer who plans to travel to Galapagos by the end of the week. (I)