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Thomas Pynchon (1937- ) : A Bibliography of Secondary Materials

Criticism: The Crying of Lot 49

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"" in: New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991].

"The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon" in: Western American Literature [Summer 1966] 1 no. 2: 142-143.

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "Egy mõ példája Entrópia és komikum Thomas Pynchon The Crying of Lot 49 címõ regényében" in: Válság és Komikum: A Hatvanas Évek Amerikai Regénye. Magvetõ, Budapest, Hungaria [1982]: 413-441 [and passim].

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "The Entropic Rhythm of Thomas Pynchon's Comedy in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Hungarian Studies in English [1977] 11 : 117-130.

Abernethy, Peter. "Entropy in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Critique [1972] 14 no. 2: 18-33.

Accardo, Annalucia and Igina Tattoni. "The Crying of Lot 49 e Slaughterhouse-Five due romanzi contemporanie" in: Cultura e Scuola [1984] no. 22: 86-98.

Ahn, Yong Chul. "The Crying of Lot 49 Entropy of Information" in: Journal of English Language and Literature [1987] 33 no. 4: 709-725.

Akiba, Tsutomu. "Maxwell's Demon as Metaphor- with The Crying of Lot 49 as a Clue to Go" in: Tohoku Gakuin Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku Kenkyusho Kiyou [1986] no. 15: 115-139.

Alexander, Victoria N.. "The Crying of Lot 49 and C. S. Peirce's Theory of Self-Organization" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 23-39. Online article.

Allbaugh, Tom. "Dr. Hilarius as a Reader in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Notes on Contemporary Literature [1996] 26 no. 5: 2-3.

Andersen, Frits. "'Waste og Value' i fortællingens økønomi Om Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49" in: Grunnlagsproblemer i estetisk forskning: Fortellingens Teori. Ed. Karin Gundersen. NAVF, Oslo, Norway [1992]: 7-22.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Distorted Transmissions: Towards a Material Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Orbis Litterarum [2013] 68 no. 2: 110-142.

Angle, James. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49" in: Journal of Narrative Technique [1993] 23 no. 1: 57-60.

Antoszek, Andrzej. "The Paradox of Postmodern Chaosm" in: Approaches to Fiction. Ed. Leszek S. Kolek. Folium, Lublin, Poland [1996]: 9–23 [14–18].

Aso, Takashi. "The Advent of Modern Miracle: The Crying of Lot 49" in: Colloquia [1990] no. 11: 1-5.

Assman, Aleida. "Texts, Traces, Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory" in: Representations [1996] no. 56: 123-134 [132-133]. Article originally published in Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [with the same title] [1996] 12 : 31-44 [42-43].

Assman, Aleida. "Texts, Traces, Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory" in: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [1996] 12 : 31-44 [42-43].

Barbour, Judith. "Oedipa and the Scottish Demon" in: Working Papers [1988] 2 no. 1-2: 55-63.

Barnett, Louise K.. "Postmodernist Speech: The Universe of Discourse as a Closed System" in: Authority and Speech: Language, Society, and Self in the American Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1993]: 195-217, 265-270.

Baron, Christine. "La négociation des rapports interdisciplinaires dans le champ comparatiste" in: CLW [2010] no. 2: 41-54.

Basil, Verónica. "The Solitary Seeker as Depicted by Thomas Pynchon and the Surrealist Painter Varo" in: Translation Across Cultures: La traducción entre el mundo hispánico y anglosajón:Relaciones lingüísticas, culturales y literarias. Ed. J. C. Santoyo. Universidad de León, León, Spain [1989]: 225-228.

Bassoff, Bruce. "In Search of Narcissus: The Crying of Lot 49" in: The Secret Sharers: Studies in Contemporary Fictions. AMS Press, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 49-64.

Battesti, Anne. "Chapitre 2. Cet Autre magique La Vente à la criée du Lot 49" in: Thomas Pynchon: l'approche et l'esquive. Belin, Paris, France [2004]: 31-44.

Baxter, Charles. "De-faced America: The Great Gatsby and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 22-37. Online article.

Baylon, Daniel. "The Crying of Lot 49 Vrai roman et faux policier?" in: Caliban [1986] 23 : 111-125.

Beidler, Philip A.. "Pynchon, Thomas" in: Scriptures for a Generation: What We Were Reading in the '60s. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994]: 166-169, 230.

Benoit, Raymond. "Pynchon's Lot 49 on James's Jolly Corner" in: Notes on Contemporary Literature [2005] 35 no. 3: 10-12.

Bergh, Magnus. "The Courier's Tragedy: Thomas Pynchon and Salman Rushdie in Tune with Each Other" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 188-192. Online article.

Berolzheimer, Hobert F.. "Review of The Crying of Lot 49" in: Library Journal [15 March 1966] 91 : 1447.

Berressem, Hanjo. "The Crying of Lot 49: Writing the Subject" in: Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 82-118.

Blaine, Diana Y.. "Death and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 51-70.

Bloom, Harold. "" in: How to Read and Why. Scribner's, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 249-254.

Booker, Keith M.. "Detective Fiction, the Fantastic, and the Role of the Reader: Who Killed Palomino Molero? in Postmodernist Context" in: Vargas Llosa Among the Postmodernists. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States [1994]: 139-161.

Briasco, Luca. "From Labyrinth to Crossroads" in: America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Grafia, Syracuse, Italy [2003]: 503-511 [507-508].

Brown, Carolyn. "Waste, Death, and Destiny: Heterotopic Scenarios in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 154-161.

Brugière, Marion. "Les avatars de la quête dans The Crying of Lot 49" in: Delta [1979] no. 8: 143-154.

Brugière, Marion. "Quest Avatars in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying Of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 5-16. Online article. Article originally published in Delta: Revue du centre d'études et de recherche sur les écrivains du Sud aux Etats-Unis as Les avatars de la quête dans The Crying of Lot 49 [1979] no. 8: 143-154. Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

Buning, Marius. "Allegory, the American Canon, and Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Rewriting the Dream: Reflections on the Changing American Literary Canon. Ed. W. M. Verhoeven. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1992]: 141-156.

Burillo Gadea, Mar. "Entropy and the Fantastic in Pynchon's Narratives" in: CLCWeb [2008] 10 no. 4. Online article.

Burling, Valérie. "Oedipa's Way with Words: Some Comments on the Use of Dialogue in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Bulletin de la Soci [1984] 6 : 107-112.

Calanchi, Alessandra. "'The Cry That Might Abolish The Night' The Crying of Lot 49 e il Viaggio di Oedipa Nella città-sfinge" in: Rivista di studi anglo-americani [1990] 6 no. 8: 407-419.

Carpenter, Richard C.. "State of Mind: The California Setting of The Crying of Lot 49" in: Itinerary 7 [1978]: 105-113.

Carter, Steven. "Twice upon a Mattress: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: The Explicator [2000] 59 no. 1: 50-52.

Carter, Steven. "Twice upon a Mattress: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Devotions to the Text. University Press of America, Dallas, Texas, United States [2004]: 127-129. Article originally published in The Explicator [with the same title] [2000] 59 no. 1: 50-52.

Castillo, Debra A.. "Borges and Pynchon: The Tenuous Symmetries of Art" in: New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 21-46.

Chambers, Judith. "The Crying of Lot 49: The Word in Ruins" in: Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chen, Shidan. "Lun Pai mai di 49 pi zhong shang, duo yi xing he bu que ding xing de mi gong" in: Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [February 2007] no. 29: 125-132.

Claas, Dietmar. "Ein abgekartetes Spiel? Handlungsspiele in Die Versteigerung von No. 49 und die innovative Leistung des Lesers" in: Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Heinz Ickstadt. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany [1981]: 128-146.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "En busca de el energia de V. laberintos metaficcionales, entropia y revelacción en The Crying of Lot 49" in: El Orden del Caos: Literatura y posthumanidad en la narrativa de Thomas Pynchon. Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain [2004]: 83-118.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "La nueva fìsica y el sentido de la transcendencia en el (Post)Modernismo Cien años de soledad y The Crying of Lot 49" in: Actas del XIII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos [1991]: 159-172.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988].

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "Bibliography" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 109-114.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "Conclusion" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 99-102.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "I.: The Reader's Quest" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 11-18.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "II.: From Words to Worse" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 19-34.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "III.: More Mirrors" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 35-38.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "IV.: Metaphor in CL 49" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 39-46.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "IX.: Pynchon's Alchemy" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 93-96.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "Notes" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 103-106.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "Pynchon's Alchemy in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Recherches anglaises et américaines [1984] 17 : 213-218.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "V.: Remedio Varo's Tryptych and Mise-en-Abyme" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 47-58.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "VI.: On Work and the Workings of Society" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 55-60.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "VII: Madness, Disease and Death [Within and Without]" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 61-76.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M.. "VIII.: Woman's Lot and Cry" in: Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 77-92.

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in Lot 49" in: Muse in the Machine: American Fiction and Mass Publicity. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [2004]: 56–66, 116–139, 200–202, 209. Article originally published in Pynchon Notes as The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49 [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 45-70.

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 45-70. Online article.

Couturier, Maurice. "'Do I Know You?': Author-Reader Relationship in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Cycnos [1985-1986] 2 : 121-134.

Couturier, Maurice. "'Do I Know You?'" in: Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany [1989]: 74–90. Article originally published in Cycnos as 'Do I Know You?': Author-Reader Relationship in The Crying of Lot 49 [1985-1986] 2 : 121-134.

Couturier, Maurice. "Le réel et la postmodernité" in: Confluences Américaines: Mélanges en l'honneur de Maurice Gonnaud. Ed. Yves Carlet and Michel Granger. Presse universitaire de l'université de Nancy, Nancy, France [1990]: 229-241 [230-235, 240].

Couturier, Maurice. "Nabokov in Postmodernist Land" in: Critique [1993] 34 no. 4: 247-260 [256-257].

Couturier, Maurice. "The Death of the Real in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 5-29. Online article.

Cowart, David G.. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Paintings of Remedios Varo" in: Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 19-26 or 5-17.

Cox, Stephen D.. "Berkeley, Blake, and the Apocalypse of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Essays in Literature [1980] 7 no. 1: 91-99.

Csat, P. "In the Wake of the Lost Grail: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 as Anti-Parsifal?" in: Hungarian Studies in English [1-2 1998] 4 : 307-331.

Cuder Dominguez, Pilar. "The Crying of Lot 49 y el género policíaco" in: Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses [(1989-1990) 1989] no. 19-20: 301-308.

Curling, Dean B.. "An Index to The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 69-81. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H.. "Tragic Satire: Chasing Nazi Symbols in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Thomas H. Schaub. Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [2008]: 83–87.

Das, Prasanta. "Oedipa's Night Journey in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Notes on Contemporary Literature [1993] 23 no. 2: 4-5.

Das, Prasanta. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Classical Detective Story" in: Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) [1992] 23 no. 2: 141-149.

Davidson, Cathy N.. "Oedipa as Androgyne in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Contemporary Literature [1977] 18 no. 1: 38-50.

Davis, Robert M.. "Parody, Paranoia and the Dead End of Language in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Genre [Winter 1972] 4 no. 4: 367-377.

Davis, Robert M.. "Whatever Happened to Richard Fariña? (Essential Books)" in: World Literature Today [2006] 80 no. 3: 39-41.

Day, William. "Countering Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49 with Reader Involvement: Remedios Varo as a Role Model for Oedipa Maas" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 30-45. Online article.

Decker, Mark T.. "A Proliferation of Bad Shit: Informational Entropy, Politics and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 142-156. Online article.

Della Marca, Manlio. "Fluid Destiny: Memory and Signs in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 251-262.

Dolińska, Jagoda. ""Witaj, nowino sprzeciw budząca"" in: Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Marek Paryż and Tadeusz Pióro. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsawa, Poland [15 October 2018]: 37-60.

Donadio, Stephen. "America, America" in: Partisan Review [Summer 1966] 33 : 448-452.

Dugdale, John V.. "Chapter 3: The Crying of Lot 49" in: Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [1990]: 124-185.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'Hushing Sick Transmissions': Disrupting Story in The Crying of Lot 49" in: New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 79-98.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'Hushing Sick Transmissions': Disrupting Story in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 235-249. Article originally published in New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 [with the same title] [1991]: 79-98.

Egebak, Jørgen. "Hold den Hoppende Et Forsøg Angående Thomas Pynchons The Crying of Lot 49 (1966)" in: K & K [2003] 31 no. 1: 82–94.

Eklund, Matthew. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: The Explicator [2001] 59 no. 4: 216-218.

Erbe, Marcus. "The Transcription of Electronic Music in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 99-107. Online article.

Euben, Peter J.. "Chapter 9. The Road Home: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: The Tragedy of Political Theory: The Road Not Taken. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [1990]: 281-308.

Eve, Martin P.. "Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon's 'Peter Pinguid Society'" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 242-245. Online article.

Evenson, Brian. "La Répétition des symboles" in: Face à Pynchon. Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France [2008]: 167-175.

Farrell, John C.. "The Romance of the '60s: Self, Community and the Ethical in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 139-156. Online article.

Fedirka, Sarah. "Crossing Boundaries: Social Borders & Alternative Realities in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 608-623. Online article.

Ferrero, David J.. "Echoes of Narcissus: Classical Mythology and Postmodern Pessimism in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 82-96. Online article.

Fiorelli, Edward. "The Crying of Lot 49" in: Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 1 : 361-365.

Flaxman, Gregory. "Oedipa Crisis: Paranoia and Prohibition in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 41-60. Online article.

Fletcher, M. D.. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49: Postmodern Apologue" in: Contemporary Political Satire: Narrative Strategies in the Post-Modern Context. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States [1987]: 113-136.

Fokkema, Aleid. "Oedipa's wake" in: Yang [January-March 1992] 28 no. 1: 49-56.

Fowler, Douglas. "" in: A Reader's Guide to Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49. Kinko's, Santa Barbara, California, United States [1985].

Fowler, Douglas. "Epilepsy as Metaphor in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Notes on Contemporary Literature [1984] 14 no. 2: 10-12.

Freese, Peter. "Chapter 5. The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany [1997]: 493-559.

Freese, Peter. "The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Anglia [1991] 109 no. 1-2: 60-86. Article originally published in From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction as Chapter 5. The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 [1997]: 493-559.

Frelik, Pawel. "Polysemy of Names in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Lubelskie Materia [1994] no. 18: 47-52.

French, Warren. "The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon" in: Western American Literature [Summer 1966] 1 no. 2: 142-143.

Fry, August J.. "The Clouding of the Wine: Reading Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Essays on English and American Literature and a Sheaf of Poems. Ed. Jan Bakker. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1987]: 143-149.

Ganter, G.. "Rioting, Textuality and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Found Object [1993] 1 no. 2: 67-81.

García-Caro, Pedro. "'Damnosa Hereditas': Sorting the National Will in Fuentes' La Muerte de Artemio Cruz, and Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: How Far Is America from Here?. Ed. Theo D'Haen, Paul Giles and Djelal Kadir. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2005]: 323-345.

Gibb, Robert. "Ideas of Order: The Shapes of Art in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Journal of Modern Literature [1990] 17 no. 1: 97–116.

Gleason, William. "The Postmodern Labyrinths of Lot 49" in: Critique [1993] 34 no. 2: 83-99.

Gochenour, Phillip H.. "Anarchist Miracles: Distributed Communities, Nodal Subjects and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 40-52. Online article.

Grant, James K.. "" in: A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994].

Grant, James K.. "" in: A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994].

Grant, James K.. "" in: A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994].

Grant, James K.. "" in: A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2008].

Green, Martin B.. "The Crying of Lot 49: Pynchon's Heart of Darkness" in: Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 30-38. Online article.

Guzlowski, John Z.. "The Crying of Lot 49 and The Shadow" in: Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 61-65. Online article.

Hall, Chris. "'Behind the hieroglyphic streets': Pynchon's Oedipa Maas and the Dialectics of Reading" in: Critique [1991] 33 no. 1: 63-77.

Haney, William S.. "Chapter Seven. Rhetoric, the Self, and the Fantastic: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Literary Theory and Sanskrit Poetics: Language, Consciousness, and Meaning. E. Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, United States [1993]: 139-158.

Hans, James S.. "Emptiness and Plenitude in Bartleby the Scrivener and The Crying of Lot 49" in: Essays in Literature [1995] 23 no. 2: 285-299.

Hansen, Robert J.. "Law, History, and the Subversion of Postwar America in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in: Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 589-608. Online article.

Harris, Richard. "Pynchon's Demon - Information and Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Nagoya University Faculty of Commerce Journal [1986] 31 no. 1: 251-273.

Harvey , Lawrence Russell. "To Cry from Within or Without: Pynchon and the Modern- Postmodern Divide" in: ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Hassan, Waïl. "This is Not a Novel: The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 86-98. Online article.

Hawthorne, Mark D.. "'Hi! My Name Is Arnold Snarb!': Homosexuality in The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 65-81. Online article.

Hayasaka, Akio. "Text as Database - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49" in: Literature Research Journal [1994] no. 2: 43-53.

Hayles, Katherine N.. "'A Metaphor of God Knew How Many Parts': The Engine that Drives The Crying of Lot 49" in: New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 97-125.

Hays, Peter L.. "Pynchon's Cunning Lingual Novel: Communication in The Crying of Lot 49" in: University of Mississippi Studies in English [1984-1987] 5 : 23-38.

Herzogenrath, Bernd. "A Possible Source for the Name Oedipa Maas" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 107-109. Online article.

Hoberek, Andrew. "" in: The Twilight of the Middle Class: Post-World War II American Fiction and White-Collar Work. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [2005]: 120–127, 153–154.

Holdsworth, Carole A.. "Fateful Labyrinths: La vida es sueno and The Crying of Lot 49" in: The Comparatist [1983] no. 7: 57-74.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon, JFK and the CIA: Magic Eye Views of The Crying of Lot 49" in: Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 61-106. Online article.

Hunt, Laird. "Crying for Lot 49" in: Face à Pynchon. Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France [2008]: 293-299.

Hurm, Gerd. "Chapter 14. Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49" in: Fragmented Urban Images: The American City in Modern Fiction from Stephen Crane to Thomas Pynchon. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 300-325.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Thomas Pynchon The Crying of Lot 49" in: Amerikanische Erzaehlliterratur 1950-1970. Ed. Frieder Busch and Renate Schmidt-van Bardelebeln. Fink, Munich, Germany [1975]: 126-141.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Thomas Pynchon, Die Versteigerung von No. 49" in: Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Heinz Ickstadt. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany [1981]. Article originally published in Amerikanische Erzaehlliterratur 1950-1970 as Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49 [1975]: 126-141.

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