Alienation in "A Wild Sheep Chase"
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The paper discusses how the societal and character based alienation that occurs in "A Wild Sheep Chase" by Haruki Murakami represents the dilemma of identity and the often subjective nature of human relationships that arise in the narrator's investigation. The paper shows how the situational obscurity of the initial quest from photographic evidence suggests that the conundrum of Murakami's world often resides on meaningless relationships and an even more meaningless and absurd quest for the crossbred sheep.
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