1. What is revealed about Quinn's family in Chapter 1 of City of Glass? Where is his family now?
He had been married and had a child. Both his wife and son have since died, and Quinn is now alone.
2. In the telephone calls in Chapter 1, with whom is Quinn confused? What is the nature of this person's work?
He is confused with Paul Auster. Paul Auster is a private-eye with the Auster Detective Agency.
3. According to Peter, what was his father's motivation for locking him up in the dark for so many years? Was he successful?
According to Peter, his father wanted to know if God had a language, so he was experimenting to see if a child who was isolated from man's language would speak this hypothetical God's language. No, he was not successful.
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