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A detective story turned on its head, 'Endgame' is sensual, compelling and laced with a dreamlike logic reminiscent of Paul Auster," the press release from Canongate read, adding: "'Endgame' heralds Ahmet Altan as one of the most exciting literary voices to have emerged in years.
The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster (Faber & Faber, 1987) Cheating, perhaps - three novels for the price of one, but City of Glass, Ghosts and The Locked Room are now in a single volume, and cumulatively do for detective fiction what the best writers of historical fiction have done for their genre.
The four spots in the Lagoon are forming a perfect square (inspired by The The City of Glass by Paul Auster, 1985), with the Giardini in its center.
It depends on what mood you catch me in but it's probably a toss up between Julian Barnes and Paul Auster.
In reading your four-star review of Siri Hustvedt's The Blazing World, a novel that addresses gender bias in the art world, I noticed the irony of your comment that she is married to Paul Auster.
Coetzee en Paul Auster besin die twee skrywers oor spesifieke onderwerpe soos sport, politiek en vriendskap, maar onthul hulle niks van hul private lewens nie.
But it's not just a place for nostalgia - a quick glance at the current season's programme shows names such as Isabel Allende, Joyce Carol Oates, Paul Auster, Derek Walcott, Philip Roth and Edna O'Brien.
Stockton, and Henry Adams, Gilbert Sorrentino, Donald Barthrlme, Paul Auster, Flann O'Brien, puritanism in Thomas Pynchon, and several interpretations of James Joyce.
Eliot, Marcel Marceau, Paul Auster, Ornette Coleman, Vaclav Havel, Bob Dylan, Jim Jarmusch, Yohji Yamamoto, Sean Connery, Robert Redford, Meryl Streep, and Uma Thurman.
I have several bookcases full of titles, and here, now, I confess: on one shelf, I have a small dedicated collection of holy writing: Shel Silverstein next to Albert Camus, Arthur Rimbaud next to Khalil Gibran, and then Fyodor Dostoyevsky next to Paul Auster.
Past winners of the award include Carlos Fuentes, Gunter Grass, Margaret Atwood, Paul Auster and Leonard Cohen.
Daitch's narrative can certainly be enjoyed as cerebral noir; the cryptic calls and notes delivered to Frances are reminiscent of Paul Auster.