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Would you be willing to immersed yourself in knowledge and forsaking the daily necessities? The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami would be an interesting book to explore this matter based on a more far-fetched plots and scenarios. The protagonist is a teenager who’s interested in topics concerning history and classical civilization. One day he gets to the library after school to enquire about books on tax collecting systems of Ottoman Empire, here he’s confined and enforced by library staff to recall verbatim the books in a month and to study them day and night, without contact with the outside world. The scary bit is that the library staff likes sucking fruity human brains – that boy really has no way out! On the other hand, would that be an enjoyable experience for the boy that he can finally shake off all his emotions of mortal feelings into devouring the knowledge of books attentively? It is for you to find out…