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The New York Trilogy: Whodunit?

Tracking the Structure of Paul Auster's Anti-Detective Novels


Anne Holzapfel

Contents: How in «The New York Trilogy» Auster causes the detective novel's standard formula to collapse and the strategies employed to do so - Aspects of identity and language - The relationship between author, reader, culprit and detective - The relationship between facts and fiction - Development of a geometrical model to elucidate the structure of novels.