Paul Auster, whose long career has included memoirs of young adulthood (“Hand to Mouth”) and early middle age (“The Invention of Solitude”) as well as several highly regarded works of fiction such as “The New York Trilogy,” “Timbuktu,” and “The Brooklyn Follies,” has written a new memoir, “Winter Journal,” from the perspective of older age.
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