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Science is no doubt the most influential force which takes over almost everything in the world It seeks to explain the unexplainable to prove how everything existed and to provide answers to all the questions one may think of However what science has left unexplained until now is the concept of love What is love Is there such thing as destiny or fate What does one mean by 100 woman or a perfect manwoman Since science still cant find answers to these questions several love-story writers often play around with the world of love They either attempt to provide an explanation for love or use its unexplainable effect to create a story In the story On Meeting My 100 Percent Woman One Fine April Morning by Haruki Murakami the author creates a story which attacks the readers emotions and experiences in love Notice that the first description of the 100 percent woman the narrator provided was She wasnt an especially pretty woman True enough one always notices the physical appearance of the opposite sex first In addition to that beauty is always the first reason why one was attracted to the opposite sex Was she a beauty No it wasnt that Oh she was the type you like That I dont remember In this set of conversation the author uses the mystery of love as a way to catch the attention of the readers This made the readers wonder why the narrator knew that she was the 100 percent woman But again because of the fact that love is unexplainable readers accept this false logic and continue reading the story Of course the author will not forget to mention the hesitation of a guy to speak to a girl Crazy techniques like asking Excuse me is there a twenty-four hour cleaning shop around here just to be able to talk to the girl is a natural phenomenon The fear of ignorance was there The
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