The Author's Bookshelf:
Siri Hustvedt & Paul Auster
Siri Hustvedt & Paul Auster

Siri Hustvedt was born in 1955 in Northfield, Minnesota. She has a Ph.D. from Columbia University in English literature and is the author of five novels, including The Sorrows of an American, What I Loved, The Enchantment of Lily Dahl, The Blindfold, and The Summer Without Men, as well as two collections of essays, A Plea for Eros and Mysteries of the Rectangle, and an interdisciplinary investigation of the body and mind in The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves. She lives in Brooklyn.

Paul Auster is the bestselling, award-winning author of 16 novels, including Sunset Park, Invisible, Man in the Dark, The Brooklyn Follies, The Book of Illusions, and The New York Trilogy, as well as nonfiction works including the New York Times bestseller Winter Journal. His work has been translated into more than forty-one languages. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

On Siri Hustvedt's and Paul Auster's Shelf View All
Cassandra: A Novel and Four EssaysBy Christa Wolf Jan van Heurck The Book of the City of LadiesBy Christine De Pizan New Collected PoemsBy George Oppen  ItBy Inger Christensen  Journey to the End of the NightBy Louis-Ferdinand Celine Phenomenology of PerceptionBy Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Books by Siri Hustvedt View All
Living, Thinking, Looking: EssaysBy Siri Hustvedt The BlindfoldBy Siri Hustvedt  Enchantment of Lily DahlBy Siri Hustvedt The Sorrows of an AmericanBy Siri Hustvedt   The Summer Without Men: A NovelBy Siri Hustvedt   What I LovedBy Siri Hustvedt
Books by Paul Auster View All
Sunset Park: A NovelBy Paul Auster The New York TrilogyBy Paul Auster    Travels In the ScriptoriumBy Paul Auster   Winter JournalBy Paul Auster    Invention of SolitudeBy Paul Auster    The Brooklyn Follies: A NovelBy Paul Auster