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The author of this essay is Paul Auster He was born in 1947 and is best know as a novelist but he was also involved in poetry criticism translation and film One of his more popular novels was City of Glass where one of his characters was named Paul Auster Because one of the character shares a name with the author it makes the reader think about the relationship between themThis section was a collection of five different essays Each essay had its own main point and some shared main points The first essay which was about a mother during her pregnancies suggests that closure of the movie made labor of the second pregnancy easier Where as in the first labor where she only saw a portion of the movie and had troubles during labor In the second essay it focuses a lot on the irony because in the beginning he calls the other womans kids clumsy then his daughter trips down the stairs He also shows that your life could change in a couple of seconds Because if his daughter would have fallen through the window a lot in his life would changed The third essay also shows how your life could change in couple of seconds because after he found out that Ralph had died he began to think that could have been him In the fourth essay his main point is that you should be good to other people because you never know when you might meet them down the road again just like how the Belgium man meets the German man and now they are best friends The fifth essay is about how one day he finally gets the opportunity to meet his hero and because he was unprepared he didnt have proof that had ever meet him After that day he always carried around a pencil and that made him who he is todayThe texts purpose is to convince the
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