The New York Trilogy - City of Glass, Chapter 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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City of Glass, Chapter 3-5 Summary

Quinn is not aware of how long he listened to Peter Stillman, but eventually Virginia enters, turns on a light and leads Peter off to his nurse. Quinn says they hired him for a job and he is willing to help. He plays the role of a detective. Virginia goes on to explain some of Peter's story, explaining that Peter's father was a Harvard educated professor who taught at Columbia until Peter was two. He kept Peter locked in a dark room for nine years calling it an experiment after he quit his job. Peter was discovered when there was a fire at the house and his father was hospitalized as insane. The father will be released the next day. Since he had written Peter a threatening letter when there was talk of releasing him two years earlier, Peter...

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