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Auster

(ˈɔːstə)
n
(Physical Geography) poetic the south wind
[C14: Latin]
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Tom got his velocipede next day, named it Black Auster, in memory of the horse in "The Battle of Lake Regillus," and came to grief as soon as he began to ride his new steed.
Paul Auster nacio en Newark, New Jersey el 3 de febrero de 1947.
Si se desea establecer conocimiento del desarrollo actual de la narrativa norteamericana, sin duda el nombre del escritor Paul Auster es de obligada referencia.
Something like that thinking seems to have motivated Paul Auster to depart from his usual minimalistic and highly controlled style in this mammoth novel of the several lives of one Archibald Isaac Ferguson.
Mar<AEi>a Laura Arce presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the influence of American postmodern poet, writer, and filmmaker Paul Auster.
Perro, basada en la novela Tombuctu de Paul Auster, dirigida por Gabriel Figueroa Pacheco.
Four fabric covered Auster aircraft were left at Lahore Airport as Pakistan's share by the British 659 Air OP squadron, once rest of the squadron flew back to India in October 1947 as it had been temporarily located in Lahore to assist Boundary Commission.
Unlike the authors mentioned above, neither Auster nor Lahiri offers a sustained literary treatment of a catastrophic event, its aftermath, or the representational challenges it poses for the fiction writer.
Despite the fact that they represent various degrees of remoteness, Charles Reznikoff, a New York modernist poet, and Paul Auster, an author of postmodern fiction and an admirer of his predecessor's work, have at least one thing in common: they write in the tradition of Kafka and his hunger-artist.
In reading your four-star review of Siri Hustvedt's The Blazing World, a novel that addresses gender bias in the art world, I noticed the irony of your comment that she is married to Paul Auster.
El pais de las ultimas cosas, de Paul Auster, publicado por Booket-Seix Barral, Mexico, 2012, 205 pp.
Thus, in addition to advancing our understanding of a pervasive, yet under-analyzed, genre, American Fiction in Transition provides a translation of a central, though somewhat abstract, contemporary philosophical debate by placing it in a mutually illuminating relationship with the observer-hero narratives of Roth, Auster, Eugenides, and Doctorow.