Faber & Faber, 2012 - 230 страница
Facing his sixty-third winter, novelist Auster sits down to write a history of his body and its sensations. He takes us from childhood to the brink of old age as he summons a universe of physical sensation, of pleasures and pains, moving from the awakening of sexual desire to the ever deepening bonds of married love; from meditations on eating and sleeping to an account of his mother's sudden death.
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LibraryThing ReviewКоментар посетиоца странице - Eye_Gee - www.librarything.com
Great audio book, read by the author. An interesting memoir, told in the 2nd person. Don't let this put you off. It its easy to adjust to and has the added benefit of pointing out many of the similarities all our lives share. Прочитајте целу рецензију
LibraryThing ReviewКоментар посетиоца странице - writemoves - LibraryThing
Excellently written memoir of the author, who is 64, reviewing his regrets, experiences and dreams from youth to "old age." Some great wisdom for Baby Boomers approaching the "winter" of their lives. "How many mornings are left?" Прочитајте целу рецензију