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Paul Auster is the author of eleven novels, most recently "Oracle Night." His previous two novels, "The Book of Illusions" and "Timbuktu," were national bestsellers. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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"Auster's "Collected Prose" provides a fascinating long-exposure snapshot of a writer's private and abiding obsessions and touchstones as he oscillates between the worlds of his life and art."--"The Times" (London)
"He is a remarkable writer whose work needs to be read in totality."--"The Sunday Herald "(Scotland)
"One of America's leading novelists...The literary essays and prefaces in this collection are elegant and accessible.... Much of what is offered here displays his warmth, democratic instincts, and human concerns."--"The Daily Telegraph" (London)
"Auster's informed enthusiasms, especially for European modernism and aspects of the avant-garde, make him a passionate, intelligent, and stimulating commentator. He writes acutely about the dilemmas which inform serious artistic decisions. The hospitable, generous pieces make one want to go immediately to the writers he discusses."--"The Observer" (London)
"Auster's "Collected Prose provides a fascinating long-exposure snapshot of a writer's private and abiding obsessions and touchstones as he oscillates between the worlds of his life and art."--"The Times (London)
"He is a remarkable writer whose work needs to be read in totality."--"The Sunday Herald (Scotland)
"One of America's leading novelists...The literary essays and prefaces in this collection are elegant and accessible.... Much of what is offered here displays his warmth, democratic instincts, and human concerns."--"The Daily Telegraph (London)
"Auster's informed enthusiasms, especially for European modernism and aspects of the avant-garde, make him a passionate, intelligent, and stimulating commentator. He writes acutely about the dilemmas which inform serious artistic decisions. The hospitable, generous pieces make one want to go immediately to the writers he discusses."--"The Observer (London)

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