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by Paul Auster
Author: Paul Auster
Publisher: Green Integer (February 15, 2005)
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The New York Trilogy. Praise from Around the World for The New York Trilogy. By turning the mystery novel inside out, Auster may have initiated a whole new round of storytelling.
The New York Trilogy. Introduction by luc sante. The Village Voice (USA). In his vivid modern New York the energies of literary creation are brought vitally alive, in a great American tradition. The Sunday Times (England). A stunning, hypnotic book.
Auster is writing in unfamiliar territory, and he doesn’t have all the answers himself. The book could even be seen as partially autobiographical
Auster is writing in unfamiliar territory, and he doesn’t have all the answers himself. The book could even be seen as partially autobiographical. Paul Auster is actually a character in multiple stories, and the book expertly blurs the line between reality and fiction. It makes for an intensely entertaining and thought-provoking read.
The New York Trilogy book. Moving at the breathless pace of a thriller, this uniquely stylized triology of detective novels begins with City of Glass, in which Quinn, a The remarkable, acclaimed series of interconnected detective novels – from the author of 4 3 2 1: A Novel.
The New York Trilogy is a series of novels by Paul Auster. Originally published sequentially as City of Glass (1985), Ghosts (1986) and The Locked Room (1986), it has since been collected into a single volume. A 2006 reissue by Penguin Books is fronted by new pulp magazine-style covers by comic book illustrator Art Spiegelman. The first story, City of Glass, features a detective fiction e investigator who descends into madness as he becomes embroiled in a case.
The New York Trilogy is perhaps the most astonishing work by one of America& most consistently astonishing writers
The New York Trilogy is perhaps the most astonishing work by one of America& most consistently astonishing writers. The Trilogy is three cleverly interconnected novels that exploit the elements of standard detective fiction and achieve a new genre that is all the more gripping for its starkness. Paul Benjamin Auster (born February 3, 1947, Newark, New Jersey) is a Brooklyn-based author known for works blending absurdism and crime fiction, such as "The New York Trilogy" (1987), "Moon Palace" (1989) and "The Brooklyn Follies" (2005).
First published in 1985??1986, "The New York Trilogy "("City of Glass, Ghosts," and "The Locked Room") brought immediate international attention to its author, Paul Auster, and elevated him to near-celebrity status, particularly in France. Auster's trilogy broke ground in its mix of serious. The New York trilogy. City and town life - New York (State) - New York - Fiction. - Social life and customs - Fiction.
He is the place where everything begins for me, and without him I would hardly know who I am. We met before we could talk, babies crawling through the grass in diapers, and by the time we were seven. we had pricked our fingers with pins and made ourselves blood brothers for life. Whenever I think of my childhood now, I see Fanshawe. But that was a long time ago. We grew up, went off to different places, drifted apart. None of that is very strange, I think
Moving at the breathless pace of a thriller, this uniquely stylized triology of detective novels begins with City of Glass, in which Quinn, a mystery writer, receives an ominous phone call in the middle of the night. He’s drawn into the streets of New York, onto an elusive case that’s more puzzling and more deeply-layered than anything he might have written himself. In Ghosts, Blue, a mentee of Brown, is hired by White to spy on Black from a window on Orange Street.
First published in 1985â?1986, The New York Trilogy (City of Glass, Ghosts, and The Locked Room) brought immediate international attention to its author, Paul Auster, and elevated him to near-celebrity status, particularly in France.
This trilogy and his many works since then (including In the Country of Last Words, Leviathan, Mr. Vertigo, Moon Palace, and others) have been translated into numerous languages and have brought him further world attention. Auster's trilogy broke ground in its mix of serious fictional techniques and detective and mystery genres. Geoffrey O'Brien of The Village Voice wrote: "The New York Trilogy are novels of desire: the desire to write a detective novel, to read one, to -inhabit it. . . . By turning the mystery novel inside out, Auster may have -initiated a whole new round of storytelling." This new edition will delight readers and collectors of Auster's work.