He is writer of detective stories under the pseudonym of William Wilson (a name Quinn takes on to forget his past). William Wilson's character mirrors Auster 's. in New York Trilogy (), the main characters of each book in these separate . Another reference to the writer Paul Auster and also to Quinn‟s inner division .
I have been slightly delayed in posting about this second volume in Auster's The New York Trilogy for no entirely discernible reason. I could say. There happens to be a rather fine description of this sort of schizophrenia in ''City of Glass,'' the first volume in Paul Auster's ''New York Trilogy.
This study analyzes City of Glass, a postmodernist detective novella (or anti-detective) of the New York Trilogy by Paul. Key Words: City of Class, postmodernist detective fiction, anti-detective, metafiction, parody, irony, intertextuality, Quinn says that he is not Paul Auster. A discussion of important themes running throughout The New York Trilogy. The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster. Get The New City of Glass, Chapter