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— Haruki Murakami's Norwegian Woods —

»Midori«

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The novel guides us through some of life's darkest and

most dangerous territory with wisdom and warmth.

Нарвежскі лес — الغابة النروجية

Romantic

Relationships

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The original Japanese title, Noruwei no Mori, is the standard Japanese translation of the title of The Beatles song “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”, written by John Lennon. This song is often described in the novel, and is the favorite song of the character Naoko. Mori in the Japanese title translates into English as wood in the sense of “forest”, not the material “wood”, even though the song lyrics clearly refer to the latter. Forest settings and imagery are significant in the novel.

Samples & Quotes taken from Wikipedia

From literature to Gummy Bears.

Gummy bears (German: Gummibär) are small, fruit gum candies, similar to a jelly baby in some English-speaking countries. The candy is roughly 2 cm (0.8 in) long and shaped in the form of a bear. The gummy bear is one of many gummies, popular gelatin-based candies sold in a variety of shapes and colors.

The gummy bear originated in Germany, where it is popular under the name “Gummibär” or in the endearing form “Gummibär”, gum arabic was the original base ingredient used to produce the gummy bears, hence the name gum or gummy.

VARIATIONS* & FLAVOURS

*Gummy bears ordinarily contain mostly empty calories.

The success of gummi bears has spawned the production of many other gummy candies that look like animals and other objects: rings, worms, frogs, snakes, hamburgers, cherries, sharks, penguins, hippos, lobsters, octopuses, apples, peaches, oranges, and even Ampelmännchen, Smurfs, and spiders. Manufacturers offer sizes from

the standard candy size, and smaller, to bears that weigh several kilograms. The traditional gummy bear is made from a mixture of sugar, glucose syrup, starch, flavoring, food coloring, citric acid, and gelatin. However, recipes vary, such as organic candy, those suitable for vegetarians, or those following religious dietary laws.

Guten Appetit

شهية جيدة

Приятного аппетита!

Midori

Who is Midori?

The name “Midori” ist taken from a character out of Haruki Murakami’s novel “Norwegian Woods” from 1987. The typeface itself is a thightly running Rounded with the flavour of a straight linear grotesque in its genes.

With 9 weights and Cyrillic and Arabic language support, Midori is more than just a Yummy-Gummy type family.

Wer ist Midori?

Der Name „Midori” bezieht sich auf eine der Hauptpersonen aus Haruki Murakamis Roman „Naokos Lächeln” von 1987. Die Schrift an sich ist eine eng laufende Rounded. Ihre Linear-Grotesk-Gene will und kann sie gar nicht verstecken.

9 Schnitte und eine Sprachunterstützung für Kyrillisch und Arabisch machen aus Midori weit mehr als eine lecker, lustige Schriftfamilie.

2018 by Ralph du Carrois

9 weights

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