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Report from the Interior is Paul Auster's most intimate autobiographical work to date, including a selection of his letters to his first wife, Lydia Davis.

About the Author

Paul Auster is the best-selling author of Winter Journal, Sunset Park, Man in the Dark, The Brooklyn Follies, The Book of Illusions, The New York Trilogy, among many other works. In 2006 he was awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize for Literature and inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His work has been translated into more than thirty languages. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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December 2013 Indie Next Pick"The Millions "Most Anticipated Books of 2013
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"Intimate, even claustrophobic, this journey into the author's memory banks reads like a primal scream, an attempt to relive his youth and evolution."--" Oprah Magazine
""Auster should be recognized as one of the great American prose stylists of our time.... [Auster's] autobiographical works are jewels perfectly cut, luminous little books... It would not be inaccurate to describe the first section, which gives the book its title, as perfect." "- The New York Times Book Review
"""Report from the Interior" is a fetchingly original, if eclectic, examination of what it feels like to be a young person in a puzzle-world that still hasn't fallen into place. We all felt it as children; Auster has simply revisited it and put it into words."" -- Richmond Times-Dispatch
""["Report From the Interior"] adds another piece to the jigsaw puzzle of one of our greatest writers.... There are wonderful Austerian twists and ruminations here, making for a satisfying addition to his eclectic canon." "-- Shelf Awareness
""[Auster is an] achingly talented essayist." "-- Denver Post
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"Celebrated author Auster ("Sunset Park") observes his own life in this engaging memoir... Auster presents a fascinating take on the memoir. Students and fans will appreciate his original examination of his interior self." - "Library Journal" (Starred)
"A high-wire explication of his inner life... Auster's phenomenal literary powers are generated by his equal fluency in matters emotional and cerebral. Here the origins of that sustaining duality are revealed." --Donna Seaman, "Booklist"

"The interplay of memory, identity and the creative imagination informs this portrait of the artist as a young man, a memoir that the novelist's avid readership will find particularly compelling.... A


December 2013 Indie Next Pick "Celebrated author Auster ("Sunset Park") observes his own life in this engaging memoir... Auster presents a fascinating take on the memoir. Students and fans will appreciate his original examination of his interior self." - Library Journal (Starred)"A high-wire explication of his inner life... Auster's phenomenal literary powers are generated by his equal fluency in matters emotional and cerebral. Here the origins of that sustaining duality are revealed." --Donna Seaman, "Booklist"

"The interplay of memory, identity and the creative imagination informs this portrait of the artist as a young man, a memoir that the novelist's avid readership will find particularly compelling.... Auster has long rendered life as something of a puzzle; here are some significant, illuminating pieces." --"Kirkus"


December 2013 Indie Next Pick "A high-wire explication of his inner life... Auster's phenomenal literary powers are generated by his equal fluency in matters emotional and cerebral. Here the origins of that sustaining duality are revealed." --Donna Seaman, "Booklist"

"The interplay of memory, identity and the creative imagination informs this portrait of the artist as a young man, a memoir that the novelist's avid readership will find particularly compelling.... Auster has long rendered life as something of a puzzle; here are some significant, illuminating pieces." --"Kirkus"


"A high-wire explication of his inner life... Auster's phenomenal literary powers are generated by his equal fluency in matters emotional and cerebral. Here the origins of that sustaining duality are revealed." --Donna Seaman, "Booklist"

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