The New York Trilogy - City of Glass, Chapter 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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City of Glass, Chapter 10-11 Summary

Quinn knows he has lost Stillman and has no way of finding him. He decides to visit Paul Auster. There is no detective agency with that name in the phone book but he does find a listing for a man with that name. Quinn does to the apartment on Riverside Drive and introduces himself as Daniel Quinn and finds that Auster is familiar with some of his works.

The Paul Auster he found is a writer, not a detective. Quinn tells him the entire story. Auster says he probably would have done the same thing given the circumstances, making Quinn feel better. Quinn gives Auster the check and Auster says he will cash it for him. Auster wonders why his name has been involved in the case. The two men discuss Auster's work over lunch. He is currently writing...

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