The New York Trilogy - City of Glass, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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City of Glass, Chapter 9 Summary

Quinn first talks to Stillman in Riverside Park. He just sat down next to him on a bench, still hiding behind his Paul Auster Mask. He introduces himself as Quinn and Stillman begins to list all of the words that rhyme with his name. They talk about worlds and Stillman talks about his work and projects. His current project holds they key that will lead to many great discoveries. He is currently collecting data. His work is very important and he is only laying the foundation for others to follow in putting the world back together. Stillman tells Quinn that he is working on inventing a new language that is appropriate for the new reality. Current words are not an adequate expression of reality. Stillman explains how he collects items and gives them new names but refuses to tell Quinn what...

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