(City of Glass) [PDF/EBOOK] µ Paul Auster

  • Paperback
  • 165
  • City of Glass
  • Paul Auster
  • Italian
  • 10 March 2018
  • 9788841710302

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Characters ☆ City of Glass Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free All places became eual and on his best walks he was able to feel that he was nowhere This was all he ever asked of things to be nowhereA mystery writer assumes a detective's identity and. Paul Auster a guy who ushers you into the silky interior of his brand new Nissan Infiniti makes sure you ve got your seatbelt on proffers bonbons then drives you to distractionThis book is in contravention of TWO of PB s commandments Thou shalt not have a character in thy book with thy own name Thou shalt not portray the writing of a novel within thy novel such that the novel within the novel turns out to be the novel the reader is reading

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Characters ☆ City of Glass Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Embarks on a bizzare case he must protect a man from his criminally insane father and as he follows the elusive criminal he embarks on a mission that takes him to the depths of his own so. What a disaster This is like a vastly inferior The Crying of Lot 49 People who like it presumably call it a brilliant subversion of traditional mystery genre expectations I call it bullshitBasically there s this writer uinn who gets a mysterious call looking for a detective called Paul Auster Auster the author is apparently the sort of author who includes himself as a character in his bookssigh uinn of course takes on both the case and Auster s identity The only good parts of the book I think are when uinn tries to act hard boiled with the stereotypical femme which works because he s read so many hard boiled mystery novels Haha This uickly gets old as he follows a senile old man aimlessly around New York But is this old man s wandering aimless No It turns out if you plot his movements on a map they spell letters which in turn spell words But then those words turn out to have no bearing on the plot of this shitshow of a book Auster abandons the heretofore somewhat interesting case getting rid of all its characters in singularly unspectacular fashion in favor of an identity crisis for the narrator uinnAuster is so confused about his identities that he is driven insane I ve seen this before this idea that a man with two identities or secret lives will inevitably go crazy Whence this ridiculous notion Actors do it with no problem for the most part Writers can do it too Clearly Auster does it himself to no detrimental psychic effect The whole conceit seems not only flawed but pointless especially since the execution of the identity crisis itself is so lackluster It s less like watching someone lose their mind and like watching someone s grocery bag slowly ripI briefly had hopes that some of the threads Auster so unceremoniously dropped would be picked up in the rest of the New York Trilogy but it looks like the novels are only linked thematically which means I certainly will not be reading them Seriously fuck Paul Auster

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