Paul Auster | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Carolyn See

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Paul Auster.
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Critical Review by Carolyn See

SOURCE: A review of City of Glass, in Los Angeles Times Book Review, November 17, 1985, pp. 3-4.

In the following review, See offers positive assessment of City of Glass.

“I have come to New York because it is the most forlorn of places, the most abject. The brokenness is everywhere, the disarray is universal. You have only to open your eyes to see it. The broken people, the broken things, the broken thoughts. The whole city is a junk heap. It suits my purpose admirably. I find the streets an endless source of material, an inexhaustible storehouse of shattered things. Each day I go out with my bag and collect object that seem worthy of investigation. My samples now number in the hundreds—from the chipped to the smashed, from the dented to the squashed, from the pulverized to the putrid...

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