Never-Ending Book Quiz
He'd lost his magic. The impulse was spent. He'd never failed in the theater, everything he had done had been strong and successful, and then the terrible thing happened: he couldn't act. Going onstage became agony. Instead of the certainty that he was going to be wonderful, he knew he was going to fail. It happened three times in a row, and by the last time nobody was interested, nobody came. He couldn't get over to the audience. His talent was dead.
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Choose the correct answer:The Humbling, Philip Roth Invisible, Paul Auster Vertigo, W.G. Sebald Jakob von Gunten, Robert Walser
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