|Publisher||Faber & Faber|
|April 5, 1994|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Pages||256 (hardback edition)|
|ISBN||ISBN 0-571-17092-7 (hardback edition)|
Mr. Vertigo is a novel written by Paul Auster and first published in 1994. It tells the story of a young orphaned boy from St. Louis, Walter Claireborne Rawley, who happens upon a mysterious traveler known only as Master Yehudi. Master Yehudi trains Walter to fly and they begin traveling across the United States performing this feat at circus sideshows. Many times they are faced with hardships such as the Ku Klux Klan, the Chicago Mob, and Walter's drunken uncle, Slim.
In 2009, Audible.com produced an audio version of Mr. Vertigo, narrated by Kevin Pariseau, as part of its Modern Vanguard line of audiobooks.
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