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The unreliability of memory

In his latest novel, the mostly hopeful story of a dying man trying to make sense of his life, Paul Auster ditches his usual formalism in favour of creating engaging characters.

Read my review of Invisible, by Paul Auster, in the spiked review of books, here.

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  • Would really love to talk about the Auster book.

    You made a point about subjectivity, youth and old age and how difficult it is to see ourselves.

    Given that the characters may be engaging, how does it help or hurt?

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