!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Illuusioiden kirja ⚣ Author Paul Auster – Playutopia.us

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!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Illuusioiden kirja  ⚣ Author Paul Auster – Playutopia.us
  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • Illuusioiden kirja
  • Paul Auster
  • Finnish
  • 04 August 2018
  • 9524597500

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  1. says:

    Rating one furious, disgusted star of however many stars there are in a galaxyI ve never been fond of pompous writing, the kind that checks its look in the mirror of acclaim and piles on the self satisfied smirking smugness t...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After having lost his wife and children in a plane crash, writer and teacher David Zimmer is on a path of self destruction, drinking, behaving badly around people, rejecting any and all understanding and sympathy But seeing a bit of silent film comedy on TV, he takes up the task of examining and writing a book about the work of one comedic genius from the 20 s Soon after the book is published the wife of the supposedly dead film maker contacts Zimmer to ask if he might like to meet the man him After having lost his wife and children in a plane crash, writer and teacher David Zimmer is on a path of self destruction, drinking, behaving badly around people, rejecting any and all understanding and sympathy But seeing a bit of silent film comedy on TV, he takes up the task of examining and writing a book about the work of one comedic genius from the 20 s Soon after the book is published...


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    The Book of Illusions, Paul Auster The Book of Illusions is a novel by American writer Paul Auster, published in 2002 It was nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award in 2004.Set in the late 1980s, the story is written from the perspective of David Zimmer, a university professor who, after losing his wife and children in a plane crash, falls into a routine of depression and isolation After seeing one of the silent comedies of Hector Mann, an actor missing since the 1920s, he The Book of Illusions, Paul Auster The Book of Illusions is a novel by American writer Paul Auster, published in 2002 It was nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award in 2004.Set in the late 1980s, the story is written from the perspective of David Zimmer, a university professor who, after losing his wife and children in a plane crash, falls...


  4. says:

    Paul Auster, you bastard The man writes such depressing stuff As with the other Auster I ve read I know I ve only read 2 Austers, I am such a failure at being pretentious , I finished this and I was like what, why did I read this To explain myself I should say that I follow the Roger Ebert school of criticism Roger Ebert caresabout how a movie makes him feel than on its technical merits Granted, this is rather less valid in the medium of words on a page than the sound and fury of fi Paul Auster, you bastard The man writes such depressing stuff As with the other Auster I ve read I know I ve only read 2 Austers, I am such a failure at being pretentious , I finished this and I was like what, why did I read this To explain myself I should say that I follow the Roger Ebert school of criticism Roger Ebert caresabout how a movie makes him feel than on its technical merits Granted, this is rather less valid in the medium of ...


  5. says:

    By reading this book I have become a die hard Auster fan The man is amazing So clever, so imaginitive, so poetic and almost profound This book rambles, and in doing so touches on so many intertwined narratives that one almost gives up on what was assumed to be the original plot and assumes the opening catch phrase was just another Paul Auster smoke screen story line But this one, even in creating such an intricatedly woven network of a character experiences, never looses sight of its ultimat By reading this book I have become a die hard Auster fan The man is amazing So clever, so imaginitive, so poetic and almost profound This book rambles...


  6. says:

    Paul Auster obviously has a thing for men who linger between reality and nothingness Men whose realities take a turn towards the vague, so much so, that they seem to dress themselves in the vagueness that surrounds them Men who lose everything or men who never really had anything to begin with Men who seem to be caught for good inside an illusion along with everyone that surrounds them Now they re here, now they re not There are two of those men in The Book of Illusions the narrator and He Paul Auster obviously has a thing for men who linger between reality and nothingness Men whose realities take a turn towards the vague, so much so, that they seem to dress themselves in the vagueness that surrounds them Men who lose everything or men who never really had anything to begin with Men who seem to be caught for good inside an illusion along with everyone that surrounds them Now they re here, now they re not There are two of those men in The Book of Illusions the narrator and Hector Man Bound to each other, th...


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    WARNING FOR SPOILERS If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound or not This famous question is closely examined in The Book of Illusions, by author Paul Auster, as he tells the story of literature professor David Zimmer, who copes with the death of his wife and two sons by shutting out the real world so that he can inhabit the silent world of Hector Mann, an obscure actor from the 1920s After leaving a dozen movies behind that nobody seems to know about, Hecto WARNING FOR SPOILERS If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound or not This famous question is closely examined in The Book of Illusions, by author Paul Auster, as he tells the story of literature professor David Zimmer, who copes with the death of his wife and two sons by shutting out the real world so that he can inhabit the silent world of Hector Mann, an obscure actor from the 1920s After leaving a dozen movies behind that nobody seems to know about, Hector disappeared in 1929, presumed dead However, it turns out he is actually alive in New Mexico, paying penance for the role he played in the accidental death of his girlfriend vowing never to make another movie and eventu...


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    David Zimmer is a teacher and writer whose wife and two young sons have been killed in an aeroplane crash At his lowest ebb, suicidal and alcoholic, David sees a silent film on television and laughs for the first time since the tragedy Thereafter, he develops a fascination with the actor featured in the old movie, Hector Mann a minor star of silent comedies who vanished in 1929 and was never seen or heard of again Travelling around the world in order to visit the film archives containing He David Zimmer is a teacher and writer whose wife and two young sons have been killed in an aeroplane crash At his lowest ebb, suicidal and alcoholic, David sees a silent film on television and laughs for the first time since the tragedy Thereafter, he develops a fascination with the actor featured in the old movie, Hector Mann a minor star of silent comedies who vanished in 1929 and was never seen or heard of again Travelling around the world in order to visit the film archives containing Hecto...


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    True Detective To realize that all your life, all your love, all your hate, all your memories, all your pain, it was all the same thing It was all the same dream, a dream that you had inside a locked room, a dream about being a person Auster .

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