Invisible by Paul Auster
If Shakespeare forever remains the master of the play within a play, Paul Auster has staked his claim to the book within the book. His characters often write books, or plan to do so. They anguish over manuscripts, obsess about texts, find their personal destinies via real or imagined narratives. Even more to the point, their very existence is frequently…
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