The New York Trilogy - City of Glass, Chapter 12-13 Summary & Analysis

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City of Glass, Chapter 12-13 Summary

Quinn remained in the alley watching the building for weeks, watching the coming and going of the different people. He never saw the Stillmans yet he ate and slept minimally to maintain his vigilance. During the course of the experiment, he adjusted his eating and sleeping habits, as well as his living habits. He remained hidden the entire time and avoided people as much as possible. Quinn spent a lot of time studying the clouds. Eventually, his three hundred dollars ran out by the middle of August. It had been two months. He finally leaves the alley.

While walking, he sees his image in a storefront glass and realizes he has turned into a vagabond. He fell asleep in the park and awoke the next morning. When he calls Auster about the money, he finds out that Virginia wrote...

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