Kutze, Stepp'n on Wheat

Kutze Stepp n on Wheat Alone on a midsummer night Cat wakes to find a stranger dressed in yellow rat a tap tapping his feet Captivated by the music of Kutze s steps Cat resolves to travel abroad and tread wheat alongside

  • Title: Kutze, Stepp'n on Wheat
  • Author: Shinji Ishii David Karashima
  • ISBN: 9781783081288
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Alone on a midsummer night, Cat wakes to find a stranger dressed in yellow rat a tap, tapping his feet Captivated by the music of Kutze s steps, Cat resolves to travel abroad and tread wheat alongside this stranger when he becomes an adult But first, Cat must grow up in the small port town where he lives with his timpanist grandfather and a father irrevocably obsessedAlone on a midsummer night, Cat wakes to find a stranger dressed in yellow rat a tap, tapping his feet Captivated by the music of Kutze s steps, Cat resolves to travel abroad and tread wheat alongside this stranger when he becomes an adult But first, Cat must grow up in the small port town where he lives with his timpanist grandfather and a father irrevocably obsessed with an unsolved mathematical proof, and which, as part of the series of increasingly surreal events that characterize his life, Cat rescues from a plague of rats by his imitating the yowls of his namesake, the cat The rat a tap, tap of Kutze s steps echoes through Cat s life as he matures, moves away from the town to become a musician in the big city and, eventually, journeys abroad.A truly unique coming of age tale, Stepp n on Wheat traces the unsettling events and characters encountered by Cat as he grows up, from the mysterious travelling salesman who cheats his town and ruins his father to a colourblind girl named Green.

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    268 thoughts on “Kutze, Stepp'n on Wheat”

    1. "At last, I began to understand them. I began to understand how a single horrible sound can drain the colors from life and blast away the beauty from even the most accomplished music. These are the things that happen in this world."I also particularly loved this passage - July 8th Scrapbook entry:"What was peculiar, however, was the encore that followed after the cello concerto. In the midst of a wild applause, the lights were suddenly turned off, enveloping the hall in darkness. The a voice, pr [...]


    2. Beautifully written. Since I'm no more than a music listener I couldn't quite understand all the compassion with which the musical topic was emphasized in this novel. Still a very nice read!


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