Best Haruki Murakami book feminist perspective?? Watch
Thanks, any suggestions vv appreciated
Agreed, but can feminist theory for lit help unpick them and analyse his portrayals of women (which are often quite bad/sexualised etc)? Like which ones are most interesting when looking at portrayals of women to write essays on?
Hmm, maybe "Sputnik Sweetheart"? It's been a while since I read it, but I remember thinking how his perception of women and what women want was clearly inaccurate and very male-centered...