Three stories on the nature of identity. In the first a detective writer is drawn into a curious and baffling investigation, in the second a man is set up in an apartment to spy on someone, and the third concerns the disappearance of a man whose childhood friend is left as his literary executor.
Paul Auster was born in New Jersey in the United States in 1947. He graduated from Columbia University with an MA degree. After travelling extensively for 4 years, Auster returned to New York in 1974 and began his career as a writer. Throughout the 1970s he wrote mainly poetry and essays which appeared in various magazines including the New York Review of Books. During the 1980s he concentrated on prose writing: a memoir and four novels were published. His screenplay, Smoke and Blue in the Face was published in April 1996 to coincide with the release of the film, and in 1999 Faber published the screenplayLulu on the Bridge. The Art of Hunger (a collection of essays, interviews and prose) and his Selected Poems were published in November 1998. He is the author of ten novels, including The New York Trilogy and The Brooklyn Follies (2005).
New York Trilogy (Faber Classics) by Paul Auster
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