jeudi 5 août 2010

Paul Auster, LEVIATHAN, New York, Penguin Books, 1992

Still, in spite of the fact that he wasn't writing about himself, I understood how deeply personal the book must have been for him. The dominant emotion was anger, a full-blow, lacerating anger that surged up on nearly every page: anger against America, anger against political hypocrisy, anger as a weapon to destroy national myths.
(p. 44)

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