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Norwegian Wood Essay

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L'université de pédagogieLa recherche scientifiqueProfesseur de méthodes de recherche scientifiques:Trần Lê Bảo ChânClasse de 1B2groupe 3:Võ Quốc ChiếnNguyễn Thanh TuyềnNguyễn Ngọc LiênNgô Bá Huy Hoàngproblème du suicide dans"La ballade de l'impossible"introduction- Raison du choix de ce sujet"La ballade de l'impossible" est une célébrité travail faire un nom de l'écrivain japonais Haruki Murakami.Ce travail est également l'étape plus controversée, lors de l'examen de la nouvelle traduction a été introduit pour la première fois dans notre pays, parce que se tordre sur la sexualité et la psychologie des jeunes est indiquée dans le travail. En 2011, ce travail a été adapté dans un film avec mise en scène par le réalisateur Tran Anh Hung, a été sorti en salles dans le pays, et encore une fois le film "La ballade de l'impossible " pour continuer controversé que la traduction de la première période.[1: 1: l'odyssée du cinéma ,Tinalakiller, ''La ballade de l'impossible'' de Tran Anh Hung]"La ballade de l'impossible" a toujours été une des œuvres controversies, la controverse entourant la mort de Kizuki et Naoko rend beaucoup de gens avaient lu" La ballade de l'impossible "pose hypothétique, de nombreuses questions entourant le suicide de leur, pourquoi ils se suicident? Quelle raison qu'ils commettent se suicide? suicide abordable comme une libération pour eux? ils se suicident parce qu'ils souffrent d'une maladie mentale…. de nombreuses questions ont été posées.De ce thème de recherche est de préciser la cause du suicide en "les forêt de Norvège".- Raisons personnelles effectuées cette recherché:"La ballade de l'impossible" est une grande literature, il s'agit d'une excellente occasion d'apprendre, d'étudier avec sérieux et professionnalisme.Une excellente occasion d'analyser et de mieux comprendre les détails dans "La ballade de l'impossible". A travers ce travail, il existe des possibilités d'en apprendre davantage sur la culture japonaise sur la vie des jeunes Japonais de 60 ans. Pensée haussa les épaules, leurs actions et le plus important est de comprendre la raison pour laquelle il ya beaucoup de personnages suicide dans "La ballade de l'impossible".Questions de recherche:- Pourquoi Naoko et Kizuki se suicident?- La mort de Naoko et Kizuki influence sur qui et comment?À propos de l'histoire:Haruki Murakami est né le 01/12/1949 à Tokyo , mais la plupart des jeunes de temps passé à Kobe . Son père était le fils d'un artiste bouddhiste , mère, fille d'un marchand ,...

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