City of Glass Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1

• The narrator introduces the protagonist, Quinn.

• Quinn is a novelist who lives alone in his New York apartment.

• Quinn enjoys walking when he is not writing.

• Quinn admits that he knows nothing of real crime.

• One night the phone rings and the caller asks for a man named Paul Auster.

• A comparison is made between Quinn, his pseudonym William Wilson, and Max Work.

• Quinn feels a deep respect for Max Work. He likes to think of the character as being real.

• The next night the phone rings again but Quinn is too late to pick it up.

• Quinn waits four more nights for the phone to ring again.

• When the phone does ring again Quinn picks it up and claims he is Paul Auster.

Chapter 2

• Quinn leaves his apartment in preparation for meeting the mystery caller.

• A beautiful woman named Virginia Stillman answers the door at the...

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