Paul Auster

“The telephone was not his favorite object, and more than once he had considered getting rid of his. What he disliked most of all was its tyranny. Not only did it have the power to interrupt him against his will, but inevitably he would give in to its command.”


Paul Auster, City of Glass
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City of Glass (The New York Trilogy, #1) City of Glass by Paul Auster
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