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Paul Auster

3.81 of 5 Votes: 2
Books by Paul Auster
Winter Journal (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 4
I can think of hundreds of journals that could touch me deeply,yet Auster's winter journal is something of a quite emotional chaos.By referring to chaos,I mean a real deep and human condition of a soul and not just a typical record.Some could claim that it is without order(chronological or logica...
Diario de invierno (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 4
Fantastic! Fascinating insight into a man who's books I have enjoyed for almost 20 years Beautiful, very funny and sad, very human book from one of America's best living writers.
Kış Günlüğü (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 5
LOVE THIS BOOK. I will re-read it next winter and then write a review. Enjoyable read written in a very unusual way. The description of the car crash is astonishing.
Winterlogboek (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 1
Nice in style, with some sentences to reread and quote. Memoir of Auster's life, written when he was 64, captures his childhood (even before he can remember), his women, his parents, travels and (21) homes he lived in.Written completely in second person, making it more interesting, it is part phi...
Diario d'inverno (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 3
BELLISSIMO...ma che angoscia! Almost a memoir, written in second person. Interesting.
The New York Trilogy (2006)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 4
ثلاثية نيويورك قرأت هذه الثلاثية قبل سنوات، وخربشت وقتها بعض الأفكار حولها، ولكن لأنني لم أكن حينها مهتم بنشر مراجعاتي للكتب، فبقيت هذه الأفكار في حالة غير مكتملة في ملف نصي مهمل، فلذا أعتذر مقدماً عن الحالة الغريبة التي قد تبدو بها هذه المراجعة، اعتبروها مراجعة معتقة نوعاً ما. صدر الجزء الأو...
The Brooklyn Follies (2006)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 2
One of the numerous minor characters that flit in and out of The Brooklyn Follies is one James Joyce -- not the writer, but a Foley walker, a person who makes sound effects for movies. His job isn't all aural pyrotechnics, though: he is described as working on minutia, such as "turning the page o...
Moon Palace (1990)
3.99 of 5 Votes: 5
I read Moon Palace about four months ago. I really wanted to write something about it, even though its trace is no longer as fresh in my mind as it was then. This text is not a review. The book is wonderful, possibly the best Auster novel out of the three I’ve read (the other being The New York T...
Timbuktu (2000)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 2
I once read this novel by Paul Auster, perhaps 5 years ago.It was highly recommended by a great poet friend which to me has become part of the story because the recommendation felt like it was an inculcation to a mystical spell without which I would wander restlessly through eternity like I never...
The Invention of Solitude (2007)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 2
I don't think I would have finished this had I not read Auster's 'Winter Journal', his second 'memoir', written 30 years after 'The Invention of Solitude'. 'The Invention of Solitude' is divided into two sections, "Portrait of an Invisible Man' and 'The Book of Memory'. The first one deals with t...
The Music of Chance (2001)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 4
Pennsylvania in the 80's. 33-y/o Jim Nashe is a bum newly divorced dad who inherited almost US$200,000 from his dead dad who he did not see for almost 30 years. He resigned from his work as a fireman, bought an expensive Saab (car), threw a couple of parties, left his 4-y/o daughter Juliette to h...
Travels in the Scriptorium (2007)
3.19 of 5 Votes: 4
وقتی تصمیم میگیری به دنیای اتاق نسخه برداری سفر کنی نام هایی به چشمت می خورد که برایت آشناست. بعضی هاشان را می شناسی و بعضی دیگر را نه. بستگی دارد که پیش از این چقدر به اتاق نسخه برداری پل استر سفر کرده باشی و تا چه حد با کتاب های قبلی اش آشنا باشی، تازه آنوقت است که هر نامی که میخوانی برایت آشن...
Leviathan (1993)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 3
A NICE NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY:Fireworks Over BrooklynWe're at a party in a modern bohemian fourth floor apartment in Brooklyn. The guests include publishers, writers, artists, film-makers, musicians and various minders, acolytes and drummers disguised as waiters. It’s July 4,...
Oracle Night (2003)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 1
هذه اول رواية اقرأها لبول أوستر، احد اشهر كتاب امريكا المعاصرين، ولن تكون الاخيرة ان شاء الله...شيقة جدا وذات حبكة قوية.. متداخله الأمكنة والازمنة...تدور عن كاتب روائي يدعى "سندي أور" يشرع في كتابة رواية جديدة بعد تماثله للشفاء، مستخدما دفتر أزرق برتغالي الصنع، سيكون له فيما بعد سحرا ابداعياً عل...
The Book of Illusions (2003)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 2
I'm fighting myself between giving this a 3 1/2 or a 4 star rating. I had never heard of Paul Auster before when I happened to run across this book in my local book store. I was intrigued by the title and the synopsis on the back of the book seemed curious. It sat on my shelf for a little while a...
El libro de las ilusiones (2003)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 4
David Zimmer, un escritor y profesor de literatura de Vermont, se pasa los días bebiendo y cavilando sobre el minuto aquel en que su mujer y sus hijos todavía no habían subido al avión que estalló. Una noche, por primera vez en seis meses, algo lo hace reír. El causante es Hector Mann, uno de los...
Collected Prose: Autobiographical Writings, True Stories, Critical Essays, Prefaces, and Collaborations with Artists (2005)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 1
An essential collection from one of the finest thinkers and stylists in contemporary letters.The celebrated author of The New York Trilogy, The Book of Illusions, and Oracle Night presents here a highly personal collection of essays, prefaces, true stories, autobiographical writings, and collabor...
Mr. Vertigo (1997)
3.91 of 5 Votes: 1
I read this book for class. No, I'm not going to follow that with an 'and thus I hated it', so if that's your type of thing, shoo. I won't deny that some of those mandated readings during those readers of yore were a total slog, but that was more if not wholly due to extenuating circumstances of ...
Leviatán (1994)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 1
Todo comienza con un muerto anónimo: en una carretera de Wisconsin, un día de 1990, a un hombre le estalla una bomba en la mano y vuela en mil pedazos. Pero alguien sabe quién era, y con el FBI pisándole los talones, Peter Aaron decide contar su historia, dar su versión de los hechos y del person...
El cuaderno rojo (1995)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 2
La primera novela de Paul Auster fue inspirada por un numero equivocado. Un hombre llamo una noche, preguntando por la agencia de detectives Pinkerton. Auster le explico que se habia equivocado. A la noche siguiente, la llamada y la respuesta del novelista se repitieron, pero este, intrigado, com...
La música del azar (2010)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 5
Cuando Jim Nashe es abandonado por su mujer, se lanza a la vida errante. Antes ha recibido una inesperada herencia de un padre que nunca conoció y que le permitirá vagabundear por América en un Saab rojo, el mejor coche que nunca tuvo. Nashe va de motel en motel, goza de la velocidad, vive en una...
El palacio de la luna (1996)
3.99 of 5 Votes: 2
Marco Stanley Fogg está a las puertas de la edad adulta cuando los astronautas ponen el pie en la luna. Hijo de padre desconocido, fue educado por el excéntrico tío Victor, que tocaba el clarinete en orquestas de mala muerte. En los albores de la era lunar, muerto su tío, Marco va cayendo progres...
Man in the Dark
4.2 of 5 Votes: 4
Think.Not Brill.Yes, Brill.That’s impossible. He’s on this side, and you’re on the other side. There’s no way for you to communicate.Did you ever hear of a telephone?The phones don’t work. I already tried to call when I was in Wellington. I dialed my apartment in Queens, and they said the number ...
Collected Prose: Autobiographical Writings, True Stories, Critical Essays, Prefaces, Collaborations With Artists, and Interviews
3.7 of 5 Votes: 3
As I was writing the last words of the first paragraph in the second section printed above (“living on his small planet like some latter-day Little Prince”), I was reminded of the fact that The Little Prince was written in New York. Few people know this, but after Saint-Exupéry was demobilized fo...
Here and Now: Letters (2008-2011)
3.55 of 5 Votes: 5
Unlike you, I do have a sister, but she is nearly four years younger than I am, and the thought of going down that road with her never once crossed my mind. On the other hand, when I was eighteen or nineteen, I dreamed one night that I was making love to my mother. The dream baffled me then and c...
In the Country of Last Things (1988)
4.85 of 5 Votes: 3
One by one they disappear and never come back. I can tell you of the ones I have seen, of the ones that are no more, but I doubt there will be time. It is all happening too fast now, and I cannot keep up. I don’t expect you to understand. You have seen none of this, and even if you tried, you cou...
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