City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ²

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City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² Paul Auster is the bestselling author of Report from the Interior Winter Journal Sunset Park Invisible The City of PDF/EPUB ² Book of Illusions and The New York Trilogy among many other works He has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize for Literature the Prix Médicis Étranger the Independent Spirit Award and the Premio Napoli He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters the American Ac.

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  • Glenn Russell

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBPaul Auster's City of Glass reads like Raymond Chandler on Derrida that is a hard boiled detective novel seasoned with a healthy dose of postmodernist themes a novel about main character Daniel uinn as he walks the streets of uptown New York City I found the story and writing as compelling as Chandler's The Big Sleep or Hammett's The Maltese Falcon and as thought provoking as reading an essay by Foucault or Barthes By way of exa


  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUB219 The New York Trilogy City of Glass New York Trilogy #1 Paul AusterCity of Glass features a detective fiction writer become private investigator who descends into madness as he becomes embroiled in a case The first story City of Glass features a detective fiction writer become private investigator who descends into madness as he becomes embroiled in a case It explores layers of identity and reality from Paul Auster the writer of the novel to the unnamed author who reports the events as reality to Paul Auster the writer a character in the story to Paul Auster the detective who may or may not exist in the novel to Peter Stillman the younger to Peter Stillman the


  • Vit Babenco

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBThe novel is apparently written under the impression of Death and the Compass by Jorge Luis Borges and there are many allusions to the other tales by that wizard of modern literature Both City of Glass and Death and the Compass are the most origina


  • Paul Bryant

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBPaul Auster a guy who ushers you into the silky interior of his brand new Nissan Infiniti makes sure you've got your seatbelt on proffers bonbons then drives you to distractionThis book is in contr


  • Daniel

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBA very intriguing exploration of the power of language to make and unmake the borders of our existence and the reality we experience The main character uinn is a writer of detective stories One day he decides to take on a serious detective job His decision to do so prompted by a mere phone call seemingly represents the enthralling power of suggestion uinn's willing engagement with the caller and the events that unfold from there convey a heavily slanted view of language experience praxis uinn becomes helplessly swept up in the lives of his interlocutors He is held in thrall to the extent that he becomes a blank vehicle for their tragedies and mysterious lives Why is this so Auster


  • Bob Redmond

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBIn my review of Paul Karasik and David Mazuchelli's graphic novel version of CITY OF GLASS I wrote The graphic artists give it so much dimension that the text only version seems in my memory to be no than a screenplay to this version's fully realized presentationMy memory was wrong I re read the original and found it as multi dimensional as the graphic novel version Or perhaps the two versions together compounded the book into something greater Or perhaps they cancelled each other out perfectly leaving a space empty of languages and in its place a kind of pure expressionThis attempt to reconcile meaning being and absence nothingness is the center of this Auster novel if not his entire body of work in which a man a novelist mistaken for another man a detective becomes that man and then disappears His project as novelist and detective is to investigate the meaning of language or the language of meani


  • Drew

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBWhat a disaster This is like a vastly inferior The Crying of Lot 49 People who like it presumably call it a brilliant subversion of traditional mystery genre expectations I call it bullshitBasically there's this writer uinn who gets a mysterious call looking for a detective called Paul Auster Auster the author is apparently the sort of author who


  • Nicky

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBI find that I don't know what on earth to say about City of Glass Perhaps that will resolve itself as I read the rest of this trilogy I was intrigued by it at times confused; I found it easy to read but very uiet muted It doesn't spark off the page and leap about at all It sounds as if it's going to be very strange and dramatic and yet it uietly slims down in the way the main character does to something else entirely And what that thing is I haven't figured outLike I said perhaps I'll understand this better when I read the rest Or perhaps the mystery will deepen


  • Tim Lepczyk

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBI picked City of Glass off the bookcase because I heard Paul Auster interviewed on Radiolab  In the interview he described getting a phone call after the novel was published by a man asking for uinn the character in City of Glass who takes on the identity of Paul Auster  It sounded like an intriguing novel and I decided to give it a chanceIt's no secret that I'm not a Paul Auster fan  At times it seems like he is interested in exploring identity whether it is that of his characters or overtly himself instead of telling a complete story  Plot is sacrificed for style and postmodernism and metafiction shape the writingThe novel starts with Daniel uinn receiving a phone call asking for Paul Auster the detective  Daniel uinn is a writer whose wife and son died which has caused him to distance himself from his friends and career  uinn writes under a pseudonym William Wilson about a detective named Max Work  uinn identifies with Max Work but only through the sepa


  • Rauf

    City of Glass MOBI æ City ofPDF EPUB ² city ebok, glass book, City of free, City of Glass PDFEPUBNot a real review Just some random selection from my notes Hope I can clarify some things for myself 'cause the book stymied me Stymied I saysMay contain spoilers Probably I have no idea man Just to be safe though I don't think anyone oughta be reading this1 Our main character Daniel uinn wrote a series of detective novels using the moniker William Wilson The detective's name was Max Work When uinn went to see Peter Stillman he said his name was Paul AusterJust a vessel for faux people L


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