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''Sputnik Sweetheart'' (Japanese: スプートニクの恋人, ''Supūtoniku no Koibito'') is a novel by HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.

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''Sputnik Sweetheart'' (Japanese: スプートニクの恋人, ''Supūtoniku no Koibito'') is a novel by HarukiMurakami, Creator/HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.


''Sputnik Sweetheart'' (スプートニクの恋人, ''Supūtoniku no Koibito'') is a novel by HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.

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''Sputnik Sweetheart'' (スプートニクの恋人, (Japanese: スプートニクの恋人, ''Supūtoniku no Koibito'') is a novel by HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.


''Sputnik Sweetheart'' is a novel by HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.

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''Sputnik Sweetheart'' (スプートニクの恋人, ''Supūtoniku no Koibito'') is a novel by HarukiMurakami, published in 1999. It follows the lives of three main characters through the eyes of one of them, and is largely concerned with the themes of love, loneliness, self-identity and the meaning of friendship. The lonely Sputnik satellites orbiting Earth serve as an ongoing piece of symbolism throughout the novel.


* NoNameGiven: The narrator, only known as K.

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* NoNameGiven: OneLetterName: The narrator, only known as K.

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* RapeAsBackstory: Implied for [[spoiler: Miu.]]


* AuthorAppeal: Again, a running trait in Murakami novels. This one has characters obssessed with reading, and a lot of classical music.

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* AuthorAppeal: Again, a A running trait in Murakami novels. This one has characters obssessed with reading, and a lot of classical music.

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* AuthorAppeal: Again, a running trait in Murakami novels. This one has characters obssessed with reading, and a lot of classical music.

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