A remarkably candid, and infrequently strangely dramatic, research into one writer's artwork, craft, and lifestyles, A existence in phrases is rooted in 3 years of debate among Auster and Professor I. B. Siegumfeldt, beginning in 2011, whereas Siegumfeldt used to be within the means of launching the guts for Paul Auster reviews on the collage of Copenhagen. It contains a variety of remarkable disclosures, either bearing on Auster's paintings and concerning the paintings of writing mostly. it's a booklet that is packed with surprises, unscripted but amounting to a sharply targeted portrait of the interior workings of 1 of America's best and profitable writers, via all twenty-one of Auster's narrative works and the topics and obsessions that force them.
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