The New York Trilogy - City of Glass, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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City of Glass, Chapter 8 Summary

Quinn positioned himself outside of the hotel for the next few weeks. The old man went out every day at eight and walked around, carrying a carpetbag. As he wandered, he would pick things up off the ground as place them in the bag and then write in a red notebook, similar to the one that Quinn carried. Stillman didn't seem to do anything else. He spent hours in Riverside Park and stopped occasionally for meals. Stillman didn't appear to have any purpose, other than what he was obviously doing. If this was true, following him was a waste of time.

Too alleviate the boredom, Quinn begins to record Stillman's movements in greater detail. This meant he spent more time in looking at his notebook and could possibly lose Stillman. He continued to report to Virginia every evening. Quinn thinks a...

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