Book Review - Invisible, by Paul Auster - Review - NYTimes.com. I don't really like Paul Auster but I liked this -- a lot.

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The New York Trilogy (1987) by Paul #Auster #favorite #books

paul auster, the new york trilogy (city of glass; the locked room)

Paul Auster: His good looks are an obvious attraction but what adds to it is him holding a pen, not a cigarette. Now that is HOT! ;)

Paul Auster - American author and director. Vertigo made me swoon.doesn't he look a bit like Peter Barlow?

“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.”   ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

Paul Benjamin Auster -) is an American author whose writing blends…

Paul Auster, der bekannte amerikanische Bestsellerautor, legt in Gestalt eines Rätselspiels sein bisher umfangreichstes Werk und Opus magnum vor: die ...

«Und dann eines Morgens geht die Sonne auf, und alles bricht in Stücke»

Paul Auster, der bekannte amerikanische Bestsellerautor, legt in Gestalt eines Rätselspiels sein bisher umfangreichstes Werk und Opus magnum vor: die ...

Paul Auster, picture on dustjacket of Leviathan (Viking 1992), by Arturo Patten

Paul Auster, picture on dustjacket of Leviathan (Viking by Arturo Patten

Paul Auster by André Carrilho, via Flickr

For all the postmodern maneuvers, Auster is the least ironic of contemporary writers.

Novelist Paul Auster.

Conversations with Paul Auster edited by James M. Hutchisson - A 84 AUS Hut

Paul Auster, a manuscript page from ORACLE NIGHT.

Paul Auster, The Art of Fiction No. 178

A manuscript page from Oracle Night, Paul Auster

Paul Auster

Paul Auster - American writer and director whose writing blends absurdism, existentialism, crime fiction, and the search for identity and personal meaning.

Wonderful read... daring... clever... piece of writing...

How Paul Auster Delivered His Most Intricate Novel Yet

A single child born in 1947 experiences four parallel lifetimes poignantly marked by shifting family fortunes, athletic pursuits, friendships, sex, intellectual passions and the same intriguing woman. By the best-selling author of Winter Journal.

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