Portrait of an Invisible Man
(Title: Paul Auster)
A photograph of an empty street, taken from the window of a living room, was the only clue to find out where his dying father used to live.
In the hope of discovering more about his father’s whereabouts, Diederik Spaargaren wandered around the streets of Toulouse at night, a city strangely unknown to him.
They had not seen each other for more than 25 years. His father was trapped in his own mind and slowly disappeared into own world.
It proved impossible to escape from there. Eventually he became invisible to his children, friends, family and probably also to himself.
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