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Kilitli Oda - New York Üclemesi 3 av Paul…
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Kilitli Oda - New York Üclemesi 3 (utgåvan 2017)

av Paul Auster (Författare)

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This is the third and last volume of New York Trilogy. Just as the book titles have little to do with what the books are about so does the overall title. This is the story of a man's search for himself and loosing those parts of himself that he doesn't like. Auster has used himself for many parts of the protagonists, and has split his personality into many personae.… (mer)
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Titel:Kilitli Oda - New York Üclemesi 3
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“It seems to me now that Fanshawe was always there. He is the place where everything begins for me, and without him I would hardly know who I am.” So begins ‘The Locked Room’, Paul Auster’s final novel in his ‘New York Trilogy’ where an unnamed 1st person narrator tells the tale using the simple, straightforward language of detective fiction. In this way, the novel makes for easy reading.

But underneath this hard-boiled linguistic skin, oh my goodness, we encounter the narrator, a writer by profession, navigating the choppy waters of passion and commitment, forever brooding on an entire range of topics: life and death, self and other, childhood and memory, friendship and fatherhood, love and hate, reading and writing, self-definition and self-identity.

In a strange, offbeat way, all the philosophic reflections and ruminations give Auster’s short novel an irresistible drive. Fanshawe was a writer, leaving boxes of novels, journals, poetry and plays to be read and judged. Fanshawe also leaves his beautiful wife, Sophie, and his baby boy. Sophie contacts the narrator, who was Fanshawe’s dearest friend, to do the reading and judging. To tell more than these few facts would be to tell too much. Let me simply say that once I started reading ‘The Locked Room’, I couldn’t put it down.
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  Glenn_Russell | Nov 13, 2018 |
I found “The Locked Room” more bearable than the first two books in the trilogy, but apart from the occasional interesting scene, the novel lacks engagement. In short, it bored me. ( )
  PhilSyphe | Apr 9, 2018 |
Tras la misteriosa desaparición de Fanshawe intimo amigo amigo de la infancia del narrador de la historia, este recibe el encargo de decidir cuál de los manuscritos que Fanshawe redactó a lo largo de los años merece ser publicado [...]
  gabydi | Nov 24, 2017 |

“It seems to me now that Fanshawe was always there. He is the place where everything begins for me, and without him I would hardly know who I am.” So begins ‘The Locked Room’, Paul Auster’s final novel in his ‘New York Trilogy’ where an unnamed 1st person narrator tells the tale using the simple, straightforward language of detective fiction. In this way, the novel makes for easy reading.

But underneath this hard-boiled linguistic skin, oh my goodness, we encounter the narrator, a writer by profession, navigating the choppy waters of passion and commitment, forever brooding on an entire range of topics: life and death, self and other, childhood and memory, friendship and fatherhood, love and hate, reading and writing, self-definition and self-identity.

In a strange, offbeat way, all the philosophic reflections and ruminations give Auster’s short novel an irresistible drive. Fanshawe was a writer, leaving boxes of novels, journals, poetry and plays to be read and judged. Fanshawe also leaves his beautiful wife, Sophie, and his baby boy. Sophie contacts the narrator, who was Fanshawe’s dearest friend, to do the reading and judging. To tell more than these few facts would be to tell too much. Let me simply say that once I started reading ‘The Locked Room’, I couldn’t put it down.
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  GlennRussell | Feb 16, 2017 |
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I don't know what to say about this book. It is the same as the first two books. The same themes, the same kind of story, and for me the same kind of disappointments. I'm glad I've finished the trilogy now, so I can move on to a book that doesn't loose sight of the story in order to write stylistic books (which is fine by me, but not when it also implicates that there won't be a story...) ( )
  Floratina | May 26, 2016 |
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This is the third and last volume of New York Trilogy. Just as the book titles have little to do with what the books are about so does the overall title. This is the story of a man's search for himself and loosing those parts of himself that he doesn't like. Auster has used himself for many parts of the protagonists, and has split his personality into many personae.

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