Super Frog Saves Tokyo

October 31, 2012 § 1 Comment

During our discussion of Arena in class on Tuesday I thought of this story: It’s by Haruki Murakami, a Japanese writer who I’ve recently become a fan of, and it deals with some themes that appear, if only briefly, in Arena. 

It’s worth reading if you have a spare minute,


§ One Response to Super Frog Saves Tokyo

  • Jason Eisengon Bourne says:

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    Thank you, Jason Eisengon Bourne


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