Review of Auster’s Travels in the Scriptorium

In a largely featureless room, an old man is kept prisoner, while hidden cameras and microphones record his every movement and utterance. The man, referred to in the novel as Mr Blank, is attended to be a loving nurse, Anna, who has been badly treated in some obscure incident in the past, and subsequently visited by a series of people wishing to know more of the past.

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