What I Talk About When I Talk About Running - Chapter Four: Most of What I Know About Writing Fiction I learned by Running Every Day Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four: Most of What I Know About Writing Fiction I learned by Running Every Day Summary and Analysis

September 19, 2005 - Tokyo

On September 10, Haruki left Hawaii for a two-week trip to Japan. There are more distractions in Japan than in Hawaii and he didn't have as much time to devote to running. He is barely running six miles a day but never takes two days off in a row. Muscles can get lazy if one's conditioning routines changes dramatically. He did challenge himself by taking on more hills which would mimic the final leg of the NY Marathon that ends up in a hilly area in Central Park.

While in Japan, Haruki's new short-story collection entitled, "Strange Tales from Tokyo" was released. He was busy with interviews and other...

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