Set in the '60s, "Norwegian Wood" is about a young japanese student called Toru Watanabe, who looks back to the days of his youth and the people he connected with during that time when he was a student i Tokyo. So is there no love-story? There are allusions to love, but there is no love-story. The prime themes of "Norwegian Wood" are loneliness, the feeling of utter weariness and discontent, depression and suicide. Though, like most Murakami plots, these themes are brought about with some subtlety

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