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The New York Trilogy

City of Glass/ Ghosts/ the Locked Room

by Paul Auster

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Published by Penguin USA (P) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages384
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7349221M
ISBN 100140169636
ISBN 109780140169638

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The real mystery, however, is one of confused character identity, the descent of a writer into a laby-rinth in which fact and fiction. The idea came to me of a book made up of three novellas, each one set at a different moment in New York's history.

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