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  • Penguin Books

    Moon Palace (Contemporary American Fiction)

    Book (Penguin Books)
    List Price: $16.00


  • Sourcebooks Landmark

    The Moon in the Palace (The Empress of Bright Moon Duology)

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  • Penguin Classics

    The New York Trilogy (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

    Book (Penguin Classics)

    Rating (183 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Penguin Classics

    Surveillance of the self

    If you're looking for detective stories, look elsewhere. Auster isn't interested in the classic noirish private eye tale as anything but a way into territory vastly more compelling. Though his three novellas ostensibly revolve around men hired or driven into the pursuit of others, they end up being more about the psychology of the pursuer than the pursued. Surveillance of the self and the collapse of what we assume is our own identity is the abiding theme here, and Auster gives it three fascinating spins with simple plots which quickly spiral to literary altitudes. But don't expect simple resolutions. There are no straightforward answers here. If these were simple issues, they wouldn't justify the exploration Auster gives them. I had the pleasure of reading this immediately prior to Auster's "The Art of Hunger" (1997), a collection of essays and interviews which reveals, among other things, how "The New York Trilogy" blends aspects of his autobiography, literary theories and... 4/5 Steven Reynolds (Sydney, Australia) - See all my reviews This review is from: The New York Trilogy: City of Glass; Ghosts; The Locked Room (Contemporary American Fiction Series) (Paperback) If you're looking for detective stories, look elsewhere. Auster isn't interested in the classic noirish private eye tale as anything but a way into territory vastly more compelling. Though his three novellas ostensibly revolve around men hired or driven into the pursuit of others, they end up being more about the psychology of the pursuer than the pursued. Surveillance of the self and the collapse of what we assume is our own identity is the abiding theme here, and Auster gives it three fascinating spins with simple plots which quickly spiral to literary altitudes. But don't expect simple resolutions. There are no straightforward answers here. If these were simple issues, they wouldn't justify the exploration Auster gives them. I had the pleasure of reading this immediately prior to Auster's "The Art of Hunger" (1997), a collection of essays and interviews which reveals, among other things, how "The New York Trilogy" blends aspects of his autobiography, literary theories and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 20, 2002

    A highly original and brilliant post-modern thriller

    Paul Auster's "New York Trilogy" consists of three seemingly unconnected novellas which though complete in themselves should be read as integral parts of a total literary experience. Unlike a conventional mystery thriller which focuses on the "who done what to whom" aspect of the storyline, Auster turns the table on the reader by taking him on a journey of self discovery past a hall of mirrors which reflect and expose by stages the psyche of the pursuer, not the pursued. The effect is so spooky you want to scream in your head as you encounter the next slice of reality about yourself. Readers familiar with the music of rock star David Bowie will find the reading experience similar to that of listening to his 1977 album "Low", a dark and creepy introspective piece of work. All three vignettes deal with questions of identity, reality and illusion, the meaning of words and language and explores the fine line between commitment and obsession. Both... 5/5 Simone Oltolina (Milan, Italy) - See all my reviews, October 25, 1999

    Good? Yes. Engaging? that's a different question...

    "The New York Trilogy", by celebrated author Paul Auster, is made up of 3, somewhat interlinked, long stories which were originately published separately at various times around 1985-86.There is no doubt that Paul Auster is a terrific writer so I won't even get into that aspect of the book.Let's get down to what's really important by trying to pinpoint the subject matter, i.e., what "the new york trilogy" is really about: in a sense, it's a mystery, in the true sense of the word, because even in the end many questions (most, I dare say) are left unanswered, many stones unturned and many cues are simply left hanging in the air.The NYT has been described as metaphysical detective fiction and the description might in fact prove apt: each of the 3 stories follows the investigations of one man which always turn into an obsession, making the man completely lose touch with the reality. The NYT is thus much about mental processes, we see each of the 3 main... 3/5 0, August 19, 2006
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  • Masters

    Moon Palace Sumi Ink 180 Ml

    Art and Craft Supply (Masters)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Masters

    Great Ink. Very Full Bottle!

    This ink solved all of my fountain pen problems. I own a Lamy Safari with an Extra Fine nib, and the Lamy branded ink cartridges just were not cutting it at all. Using those, the ink would come out and dry a grayish color and wouldn't flow out of the nib continuously and the overall writing just was bad no matter what I tried, so I bought the Lamy converter for my pen and this ink, and now all is well. This ink dries in a nice, dark black and has a very steady flow from the nib. It is waterproof, as described and very resilient to fading it seems. This is a steal for the amount of ink you receive as well, 3 ounces will last a very ample amount of time with any average writer. The only thing I would mention to a potential purchaser of this ink, IT WILL ARRIVE FULL. And when I was FULL, I mean very, very, very FULL. You will want to open this thing over top of a sink, with running hot water in it, because YOU WILL SPILL IT. I don't care if you handle the Uranium in nuclear reactor cores... 5/5 Irina - See all my reviews This review is from: Moon Palace Sumi Ink 180 Ml (Toy) This ink solved all of my fountain pen problems. I own a Lamy Safari with an Extra Fine nib, and the Lamy branded ink cartridges just were not cutting it at all. Using those, the ink would come out and dry a grayish color and wouldn't flow out of the nib continuously and the overall writing just was bad no matter what I tried, so I bought the Lamy converter for my pen and this ink, and now all is well. This ink dries in a nice, dark black and has a very steady flow from the nib. It is waterproof, as described and very resilient to fading it seems. This is a steal for the amount of ink you receive as well, 3 ounces will last a very ample amount of time with any average writer. The only thing I would mention to a potential purchaser of this ink, IT WILL ARRIVE FULL. And when I was FULL, I mean very, very, very FULL. You will want to open this thing over top of a sink, with running hot water in it, because YOU WILL SPILL IT. I don't care if you handle the Uranium in nuclear reactor cores... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 19, 2016

    Love this rich thick smooth glide on ink

    5/5 Mpwest (Windsor, SC, United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Moon Palace Sumi Ink 180 Ml (Toy) It is great I really love moon palace sumi Ink so dark and silky on paper, but I haven't water resist tested yet. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 18, 2016

    Five Stars

    5/5 Mark - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Moon Palace Sumi Ink 180 Ml (Toy) Great Ink for calligraphy. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 28, 2016


  • Andrew Clitheroe

    The Palace of the Moon

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  • Lonely Planet

    Lonely Planet Taiwan (Travel Guide)

    Book (Lonely Planet)

    Rating (20 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    Lonely Planet

    or useless. Absolutely do NOT rely on this guide to ...

    Just got back from a 3 week trip to Taiwan.To echo a previously-made comment, the MRT map for Taipei is incorrect.The guide did list a wide range of tourist attractions and places to visit. However, in many cases, the directions and maps were either non-existant, misleading, or useless. Absolutely do NOT rely on this guide to provide directions for the places of interest. We spent over an hour searching for the black-faced spoonbill reserve just north of Tainan, and had to stop at least half a dozen times to ask for directions.Also, I disagree with the comment in the book that credit cards are widely accepted. This was not my experience at all. Bring plenty of cash. Apparently, one can get cash from cirrus network ATMs in the widely-distributed 7-11 stores all over Taiwan, but this fact is buried in one short paragraph at the end of the book, and I only discovered it on my last day in Taipei.A wide range of interesting locations are... 2/5 Ian - See all my reviews This review is from: Lonely Planet Taiwan (Travel Guide) (Paperback) Just got back from a 3 week trip to Taiwan.To echo a previously-made comment, the MRT map for Taipei is incorrect.The guide did list a wide range of tourist attractions and places to visit. However, in many cases, the directions and maps were either non-existant, misleading, or useless. Absolutely do NOT rely on this guide to provide directions for the places of interest. We spent over an hour searching for the black-faced spoonbill reserve just north of Tainan, and had to stop at least half a dozen times to ask for directions.Also, I disagree with the comment in the book that credit cards are widely accepted. This was not my experience at all. Bring plenty of cash. Apparently, one can get cash from cirrus network ATMs in the widely-distributed 7-11 stores all over Taiwan, but this fact is buried in one short paragraph at the end of the book, and I only discovered it on my last day in Taipei.A wide range of interesting locations are... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 19, 2014

    What to Do and Where to Go in Taiwan

    As a fan of Lonely Planet guides, I always have a high expectation.  This newest edition for Taiwan does a reasonable job of meeting those expectations. However, there are a few areas it falls short. There is little discussion of the widespread availability of free WiFi (Taipei has some 10,000 hotspots). The listing of hotels and restaurants are rather sparse, given the enormous number of both.  Nevertheless, I found some real food gems off the beaten track that were listed.Although not large, Taiwan is amazingly diverse from the crowded cities on the west coast to the central mountain range to the tropical south.  Lonely Planet describes the highlights and diverse activities in each region. I did not find any major tourist attraction missing that some reviewers complained about.   But it would be naive to rely on one guidebook to be the source of all information on a country you are visiting. I used LP as the first level, and then web searches to dig more deeply when... 4/5 A. Silverstone (Durham, NC USA) - See all my reviews, June 22, 2014

    Concise and informative

    I used this book on my recent trip to Taroko Gorge, and it proved a great source of valuable information. The book is well organized and informative, in a concise way. I also used it when temple-hopping in Taipei, and relished the informative descriptions of temple art.Only so much information can be placed within a limited page count, but this edition does a capital job of giving you the highlights and suggesting noteworthy places to stay, eat and and visit among myriad options. The Taipei section is much improved over the last edition, with a number of things that had been mysteriously removed now restored.Sure, as one reviewer said, the new MRT line is not included, but that's because the book was completed before that line opened. LP has a policy of not publishing future maps, hence the omission.My only real complaints are 1) the Top 20 section at the beginning of the book in the previous edition has been reduced to Top 15. 2) The shopping... 5/5 Bubbha (Taiwan) - See all my reviews This review is from: Lonely Planet Taiwan (Travel Guide) (Paperback) I used this book on my recent trip to Taroko Gorge, and it proved a great source of valuable information. The book is well organized and informative, in a concise way. I also used it when temple-hopping in Taipei, and relished the informative descriptions of temple art.Only so much information can be placed within a limited page count, but this edition does a capital job of giving you the highlights and suggesting noteworthy places to stay, eat and and visit among myriad options. The Taipei section is much improved over the last edition, with a number of things that had been mysteriously removed now restored.Sure, as one reviewer said, the new MRT line is not included, but that's because the book was completed before that line opened. LP has a policy of not publishing future maps, hence the omission.My only real complaints are 1) the Top 20 section at the beginning of the book in the previous edition has been reduced to Top 15. 2) The shopping... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 15, 2014
    List Price: $27.99


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