Just City of Glass, for a class freshman year. It was fun but I didn't get around to reading the rest of the trilogy. I just googled him the other day and apparently there's a published correspondence between him and Coetzee
>>7334254 Whoah now, Irving is a master storyteller and a formal conservative who never flaunted his approach to the text over the fable itself. I have also found Irving a very consistent author despite his tackling a different New England theme every time around.
From what I've read on Auster, he's the very opposite: self-conscious and referential of non-literary, philosophical and theoretical concepts.
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