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The New York Trilogy: Whodunit?: Tracking The Structure Of Paul Auster's Anti Detective Novels by Anne M. Holzapfel

The New York Trilogy: Whodunit?: Tracking The Structure Of Paul Auster's Anti Detective Novels by Anne M. Holzapfel

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In «The New York Trilogy», Paul Auster presents the readers a maze of crimes, detectives and culprits that reaches far beyond the bounds of the traditional detective novel. This book analyzes how Auster causes the detective novel's standard formula to collapse and discusses the strategies employed to do so. The analysis focuses on the aspects of identity, language, the relationship between author, reader, culprit and detective as well as the relationship between facts and fiction. To elucidate the structure of «The New York Trilogy», a geometrical model of the novels' structure is developed.

Author
Anne M. Holzapfel
Publisher
Peter Lang Publishing
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Pages
0
ISBN
9780820429786
Binding
Paperback
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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
5
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