Diario de invierno
Publish date: February 1st 2012
Pages no: 248
Edition language: Spanish
Winter Journal is Paul Auster revealing himself. He swoops down into the darkest (and lightest) bits of him and PRESTO we have the inner workings of an excellent artistic writer. I decided to audio book this because Auster reads the book himself, giving you the perfect tone and inflection. The "jour...
As much as I loved this book I do feel in some way Auster was a bit of a coward in some of his most frank honesty. I explain why here:http://mewlhouse.hubpages.com/hub/Recording-Sounds-of-the-Growing-Old
This book was lovely, insightful, and bored me half to death. I guess I just wasn't in the mood for it, although I wish I had been.
Book of the WeekAbout to turn 64, Paul Auster looks back on life as a young man embarking for Paris.
MY THOUGHTSLOVED ITThe recounting of one's life is a difficult thing to attempt, so Paul Auster uses the second person YOU in almost every sentence, which at first thought, seems like a horrible idea. The writing is so fluid and remarkable that it won't bother you and you will wonder why no one els...
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