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The New York Trilogy Chapter Summary & Analysis - City of Glass, Chapter 6-7 Summary

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City of Glass, Chapter 6-7 Summary

The next morning, Quinn goes to the Columbia library to read Stillman's book. The book is about Paradise List and the Tower of Babel. Much of what he reads is about the use of language and how there is a difference in the meaning of worlds in Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained. The theory is that if the language could be reversed, then the fall of man could be reversed and innocence could be achieved. Quinn finishes his reading and leaves the library.

Chapter Seven has Quinn arriving at Grand Central well in advance of the arrival of Stillman's train. He studies the train station and learns the layout so he does not lose Stillman. He feels like a different person as Paul Auster and tries to view things as the real detective would. At times he has to...

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