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  • ISBN: 0791076628
  • Physical Description: viii, 254 p. ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, c2004.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-241) and index.
Contents:
The bureau of missing persons : notes on Paul Auster's fiction / Charles Baxter -- "How to get out of the room that is the book?" Paul Auster and the consequences of confinement / Stephen Fredman -- Paul Auster, or the heir intestate / Pascal Bruckner -- Paul Auster's The invention of solitude : glimmers in a reach to authenticity / William Dow -- The revenge of the author : Paul Auster's challenge to theory / John Zilcosky -- The novel of critical engagement : Paul Auster's City of glass / William Lavender -- Deconstructing The New York trilogy: Paul Auster's anti-detective fiction / Alison Russell -- Chance in contemporary narrative : the example of Paul Auster / Steven E. Alford -- "Looking for signs in the air" : urban space and the postmodern in In the country of last things -- Tim Woods -- The end is only imaginary -- Padgett Powell -- A book at the end of the world : Paul Auster's In the country of last things -- Katharine washburn -- Inside Moon palace / Steven Weisenburger -- Doubles and more doubles / Bruce Bawer -- Exploding fictions / Aliki Varvogli -- From metonymy to metaphor : Paul Auster's Leviathan / Linda L. Fleck -- Austerity measures : Paul Auster goes to the dogs / Steven G. Kellman.
Subject: Auster, Paul 1947- Criticism and interpretation
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