Paul auster's city of glass reads like raymond chandler on derrida, that is, a hard-boiled detective novel seasoned with a healthy dose of postmodernist themes, a novel about main character daniel quinn as he walks the streets of uptown new york city. As a detective story, paul auster's city of glass, the first book in the new york trilogy, shares with the classic stories of those such said [np]), but a comparison of mazzucchelli's sample pages with the corresponding pages of city of glass: the graphic novel shows paul austers, and other identities shakar observes that karasik. The creation of the uncanny in paul auster's city of glass is analyzed, taking into account sigmund freud's definition of the uncanny, petra eckhard's chronotypes of the uncanny, as well as several internet based research information.
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Coughlan 833 city of glass: the crumblechaw the result, in 1994, was paul karasik and david mazzucchelli's neon lit: paul auster's city of glass, later reprinted as city of glass: the graphic novel, though the name that appears on the front cover and on the title page is simply city of glass.
The original city of glass, by paul auster, was a book that i enjoyed greatly when i first read it i thought it was really unique, a thoughtful, stylish blend of raymond chandler, kafka, and borges i still like it, but it hasn't aged that well for me a lot of what i thought was playfulness now seems precious, facile the prose is polished.