Comparing Anna Karenina’s Suicide to Mets Fandom? Sounds Right to Me.

By posted at 3:00 pm on September 5, 2012 1

You might be surprised to learn that Paul Auster is more concerned with the New York Mets than he is with his recently released memoir, Winter Journal. “Baseball is life,” says the Brooklyn writer.

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One Response to “Comparing Anna Karenina’s Suicide to Mets Fandom? Sounds Right to Me.”

  1. Hubert Sorrentino
    at 8:03 pm on September 5, 2012

    Yeah, he didn’t seem too concerned when he was writing it, either. It sounds like it’s good to be Paul Auster, Existential Seducer.

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