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Archive for November, 1994

  1. Paul Auster’s “City of Glass” and “Mr. Vertigo”  • 
    This book review was originally published in The Baltimore City Paper on November 30, 1994. Paul Auster’s oeuvre stacks up to that of just about any living writer in his generation for pure imaginative hubris. Through the course of eight novels, three works of non-fiction and four collections of poetry, the reclusive Auster has proven […]
  2. Tom Robbins’ “Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas”  • 
    The inside sleeve of "Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas," Tom Robbins' new novel, promises all manner of goofiness. Once you've made it halfway through the book, however, you realize that this is really the same book Robbins has been writing for years.