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The premise of this book is to provide a detailed critique of Paul Austerís major writings. Austerís most popular work remains The New York Trilogy and to date the majority of literary criticism focuses on this groundbreaking novel. This bookís intention is to show that Auster has matured as an author and that his subsequent writings have been largely overshadowed by critical reaction to The New York Trilogy.