What is Timbuktu?

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Timbuktu is a heaven of sorts in Paul Auster's story Timbuktu. The story has two protagonists, and it is an interesting pairing. The human protagonist is William Gurevitch. He's a homeless man who now goes by the name Willy G. Christmas. His companion is a dog named Mr. Bones; and Mr. Bones...

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