Subjective Hesitation in Paul Auster’s Report from the Interior: ‘you think of yourself as anyone, as everyone’

@article{Boileau2019SubjectiveHI,
  title={Subjective Hesitation in Paul Auster’s Report from the Interior: ‘you think of yourself as anyone, as everyone’},
  author={N. Boileau},
  journal={E-REA},
  year={2019}
}
  • N. Boileau
  • Published 2019
  • Art
  • E-REA
  • Report from the Interior, Auster’s 2013 memoir opens with the earliest memories of young Paul up to the age of 12 before the author looks at tokens of his past in three subsequent sections: films, letters and diary entries are reviewed, followed by a final section composed of non-personal photographs. The fragmented structure suggests that the retrospective narrative, which comes, first needs to complement the author’s memory. These objects also seem to supplement language where it fails to be… CONTINUE READING

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