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Brendan Martin
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Routledge; 1 edition (August 27, 2007)
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Paul Auster’s postmodernity, by Brendan Martin . p. c. (Studies in major literary authors) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-415-96203-X 1. Auster, Paul, 1947--Criticism and interpretation. In this book I will investigate Auster’s literary postmodernity in relation to a full range of his factual and fictional writings. Auster’s literary universe is one in which the contingent event is considered to be of monumental significance, and in his writings, Auster highlights the continual presence of random and arbitrary happenings. Auster’s conception of chance, moreover, confirms his status as a self-consciously postmodern author.

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Paul Auster is hailed as a postmodernist writer in conjunction with other American authors, and in the short time since the publication of The New York Trilogy (1986), in which City of Glass is included, he has become one of Americas most praised novelists. The New Trilogy is a series of three loosely-connected unconventional detective stories. As it includes the main elements which characterizes this literary style, it is very much the quintessential postmodern work of fiction (GIOIA, 2011). Exemplifying New York as a postmodern metropolis, Paul Auster questions how the cities have become an.

References to Don Quixote can also be seen in Paul Auster's post-modern detective story, City of Glass.

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This book focuses upon the literary and autobiographical writings of American novelist Paul Auster, investigating his literary postmodernity in relation to a full range of his writings. Martin addresses Auster’s evocation of a range of postmodern notions, such as the duplicitous art of self-invention, the role of chance and contingency, authorial authenticity and accountability, urban dislocation, and the predominance of duality.