“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.”   ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

Paul Benjamin Auster -) is an American author whose writing blends…

The New York Trilogy (1987) by Paul #Auster #favorite #books

The New York Trilogy: "City of Glass", "Ghosts" and "Locked Room"

Paul Auster: His good looks are an obvious attraction but what adds to it is him holding a pen, not a cigarette. Now that is HOT! ;)

Paul Auster ) is a novelist, essayist, translator, and poet whose complex mystery novels are often concerned with the search for identity and personal meaning.

Book Review - Invisible, by Paul Auster - Review - NYTimes.com. I don't really like Paul Auster but I liked this -- a lot.

Book Review

Paul Auster portrait by Todd Heisler for The New York Times

Paul Auster

My new writer crush paul auster

Paul Auster, picture on dustjacket of Leviathan (Viking 1992), by Arturo Patten

Paul Auster, picture on dustjacket of Leviathan (Viking by Arturo Patten

paul auster, em casa

paul auster at home

Paul Auster books please; oracle night, the music of chance, the Brooklyn follies, sunset park and levaithan would be lovely x

my favorite writer.

“Libraries aren't in the real world, after all. They're places apart, sanctuaries of pure thought. In this way I can go on living on the moon for the rest of my life.” Paul Auster...♔...

Paul Auster in Brooklyn.

Paul Auster

Paul Auster as Richard O'Beppen

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