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

Last Name starting with B

  1. Pedro Babel (1)
  2. Ljiljana Babic (1)
  3. Jennifer Backman (1)
  4. Barbara L Baer (1)
  5. John Bailey (1)
  6. James Baird (1)
  7. Jeffrey S Baker (5)
  8. John F Baker (2)
  9. Peter Baker (1)
  10. Stephen Baker (1)
  11. Jan Bakker (6)
  12. Peter Balbert (1)
  13. Chris Baldick (1)
  14. H Baldwin (1)
  15. Vincent D Balitas (2)
  16. Whitney Balliett (1)
  17. Gene Balliff (1)
  18. Colette Bancroft (2)
  19. Charles Leslie Banning (1)
  20. Martha Banta (1)
  21. Marcus Baram (1)
  22. Gilles Barbedette (1)
  23. Jacques Barbéri (1)
  24. Judith Barbour (1)
  25. Sandra Kay Baringer (1)
  26. Geraldine Barnes (1)
  27. Louise K Barnett (1)
  28. Stuart Barnett (1)
  29. Christine Baron (1)
  30. John Barth (3)
  31. Verónica Basil (1)
  32. Thomas Alden Bass (1)
  33. Bruce Bassoff (1)
  34. John Calvin Batchelor (3)
  35. Eileen Battersby (2)
  36. Anne Battesti (7)
  37. Martin C Battestin (1)
  38. Ian Baucom (1)
  39. Mario Baudino (1)
  40. Bruce Bawer (1)
  41. Charles Baxter (2)
  42. Elizabeth Ann Bayerl (1)
  43. Daniel Baylon (1)
  44. Alex Beam (2)
  45. Robert A Beauregard (1)
  46. Rosita Becke (1)
  47. Gillian Beer (1)
  48. Adam Begley (4)
  49. Michael H Begnal (7)
  50. Philip A Beidler (1)
  51. Morris Beja (1)
  52. Dan Bell (1)
  53. Gene H Bell (1)
  54. Michael Davitt Bell (1)
  55. Michael J Bell (1)
  56. Samuel Irving Bellman (1)
  57. Jim Bencivenga (1)
  58. Göran Bengtson (1)
  59. Carl D Bennett (1)
  60. David Bennett (1)
  61. Raymond Benoit (2)
  62. Graham Webster Benton (3)
  63. Tamás Bényei (1)
  64. Arthur Asa Berger (1)
  65. Charles Berger (2)
  66. James Andrew Berger (2)
  67. Roger A Berger (1)
  68. Magnus Bergh (6)
  69. Patricia A Bergh (1)
  70. Petter Bergman (1)
  71. Bernard Bergonzi (1)
  72. Peter Bergsma (1)
  73. Andr Bernard (1)
  74. Hobert F Berolzheimer (1)
  75. Hanjo Berressem (36)
  76. Linda P Berry (1)
  77. Leo Bersani (3)
  78. Hans Bertens (2)
  79. Werner Berthoff (2)
  80. Arno Bertina (1)
  81. Michael Francis Bérubé (5)
  82. Jean Bessière (1)
  83. Andrea Best (1)
  84. Steven Best (2)
  85. Joel Mark Bettridge (1)
  86. Richard A Betts (1)
  87. Petra Bianchi (1)
  88. Christopher Bigsby (1)
  89. Victor Billot (1)
  90. Alan Bilton (1)
  91. Francesco Binni (1)
  92. Sven Birkerts (5)
  93. Peter Bischoff (1)
  94. E. R Bishop (1)
  95. Patricia Bishop (1)
  96. Francesca Bisutti (1)
  97. Joel Dana Black (9)
  98. Russell Blackford (1)
  99. Vincent Blackshadow (1)
  100. John Blades (1)
  101. Diana York Blaine (3)
  102. Marie Blaise (1)
  103. Nancy Blake (2)
  104. Andr Bleikasten (1)
  105. Lois Blinkhorn (1)
  106. Harold Bloom (9)
  107. Gene Bluestein (1)
  108. David Blumberg (1)
  109. Massimo Bocchiola (1)
  110. Michael Anthony Boccia (1)
  111. Arnd Bohm (1)
  112. Cornel Bonca (1)
  113. James Bone (5)
  114. Keith M Booker (11)
  115. Graa Boomsma (5)
  116. J. Bottum (1)
  117. Joe Boulter (1)
  118. Jack Boulware (1)
  119. Hans Bouman (1)
  120. Stéphane Bouquet (3)
  121. Paul A Bov (2)
  122. David Bowman (3)
  123. John S Bowman (1)
  124. Randy Boyagoda (1)
  125. Greg Boyd (1)
  126. Robert Boyd (1)
  127. Robert Boyers (1)
  128. T. Coraghessan Boyle (1)
  129. Malcolm Bradbury (4)
  130. Martin Brady (1)
  131. Robert Bramkamp (2)
  132. Gerhard Brand (1)
  133. Stefan L Brandt (1)
  134. Leo Braudy (2)
  135. David Brauner (1)
  136. Bill Brazell (1)
  137. Laurel Kaye Brett (1)
  138. Mária Minich Brewer (1)
  139. Luca Briasco (2)
  140. Peter A Brier (2)
  141. Peter Brigg (2)
  142. Martin Bril (1)
  143. Frank Brisard (1)
  144. Sheldon Brivic (7)
  145. Stephen Brockman (1)
  146. Pierre Brodin (1)
  147. Christine Brooke-Rose (2)
  148. Neil Edward Brooks (1)
  149. Xan Brooks (1)
  150. John Brosnahan (1)
  151. David Michael Brottman (1)
  152. Marja Brouwers (2)
  153. Carolyn Brown (1)
  154. Donald Matthew Brown (2)
  155. Edward J Brown (1)
  156. Helen Brown (1)
  157. Janelle Brown (1)
  158. Alan W Brownlie (1)
  159. Susan Brownmiller (1)
  160. David Brownstone (1)
  161. Anatole Broyard (1)
  162. Jack Brubaker (1)
  163. Marion Brugière (2)
  164. John Brunner (1)
  165. Jan H Brunvand (1)
  166. Jerry H Bryant (1)
  167. Alfredo Bryce Echenique (1)
  168. J. Scott Bryson (1)
  169. Robert Buckeye (1)
  170. William K Buckley (1)
  171. Lech Budrecki (1)
  172. Bill Buford (1)
  173. Scott Bukatman (1)
  174. Melvin Jules Bukiet (4)
  175. Marisa Bulgheroni (1)
  176. Eric J Bulson (1)
  177. Shaskan E Bumas (1)
  178. Marius Buning (1)
  179. Brit Bunkley (1)
  180. Robert Burchfield (1)
  181. Anthony Burgess (1)
  182. John Burgess (1)
  183. Mar Burillo Gadea (1)
  184. Richard E Burket (1)
  185. Greg Burkman (1)
  186. Valérie Burling (1)
  187. Christy L Burns (2)
  188. Miles Burrows (1)
  189. Frederick Busch (1)
  190. Isabel Butterfield (1)

Babel, Pedro. "The funny Tom show. brève et insuffisante notule sur l'humour de Pynchon." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 94-97.

Babic, Ljiljana. "Pripovetke Tomasa Raglisa Pincona." Letopis Matice Srpske 424 (1979): 1975-1980.

Backman, Jennifer. "Chapter Seven. Katabasis, Orpheus, and Alligators: V.’s Various Underworlds." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V. . Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom (1 August 2015): 131-152.

Backman, Jennifer. "From Hard-Boiled to Over Easy. Reimagining the Noir Detective in Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Backmann, Russell. "Programming Ambiguity: Pynchon’s Modular Objects and the Digital Database." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Baer, Barbara L. "Apart to the End? Women and Men - Different Visions of Nuclear War." Commonweal (22 March 1985): 167-170 [167-168].

Bailey, John. "The View from the Summit: Fiction." The Age (22 December 2006): Books: 16.

Baird, James. "Jeffers, Vonnegut, and Pynchon: Their Philosophies and Fates." Jeffers Studies 4.1 (2000): 17-28.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Amerikkka : German Nationalism, American Imperialism, and the 1960s Antiwar Movement in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique 40.4 (1999): 323-341.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "A Democratic Pynchon: Counterculture, Counterforce and Participatory Democracy." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 99-131.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Politics." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 136-146.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Publish and Perish: Review of The Utterance of America." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 227-231.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Taking Liberties: Review of Negative Liberties." Pynchon Notes 50-51 (Spring - Fall 2002): 131-135.

Baker, John F. "The Awards: High Drama and Low Comedy." Publishers' Weekly (13 May 1974): 41-44.

Baker, John F. "Plucking the American Albatross: Pynchon's Irrealism in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 167-188.

Baker, Peter. "The Terrorist as Interpreter: Mao II in Postmodern Context." Postmodern Culture 4.2 (January 1994): 38 par.

Baker, Stephen. "Postmodernity and the Historical Novel: With the Grain: Reading Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Fiction of Postmodernity . University of Edinburgh Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom (2000): 123-151.

Bakker, Jan. "The End of Individualism." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters 7 (1977): 286-304.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters 20.3 (1990): 239-256.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1993): 161-176.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." The Role of the Mythic West in Some Representative Examples of Classic and Modern American Literature: The Shaping Force of the American Frontier . Mellen, New York, New York, United States (1991): 15-37.

Bakker, Jan. "Nineteen Eighty-Four and Gravity's Rainbow: Two Anti-Utopias Compared." George Orwell . Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States (1987): 85-92.

Bakker, Jan. "The Radiant Veil: Persistence and Permutations." Allegory Revisited: Ideals of Mankind . Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands (1994): 303-313 [304, 306, 309].

Balbert, Peter. "A Panoply of Metaphor: Exuberances of Style in Pynchon and Updike." Studies in the Novel 15.3 (1983): 265-276.

Baldick, Chris. "Novel Technology: Review of Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow." Times Literary Supplement (6-3 1983): 576.

Baldwin, H. "The One Great Centripetal Movement: Empathy in Gravity's Rainbow." Philological Papers 31 (1985): 116-124.

Balitas, Vincent D. "Charismatic Figures in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 9 (June 1982): 38-53.

Balliett, Whitney. "Wha." The New Yorker (15 June 1963): 113-114, 117.

Balliff, Gene. "Reading, Writing and Reality." Salmagundi 12 (Spring 1970): 25-42.

Bancroft, Colette. "Thomas Pynchon Delivers a Great Beach Read with Inherent Vice." St. Petersburg Times (9 August 2009).

Bancroft, Colette. "A World of Possibilities." St. Petersburg Times (10 December 2006): 11L.

Banning, Charles L. "William Gaddis' JR: The Organization of Chaos and the Chaos of Organization." Paunch 42-43 (1975): 153-165.

Banta, Martha. "About America's 'White Terror': James, Poe, Pyncheon [sic], and Others." Literature and the Occult: Essays in Comparative Literature . University of Texas, Arlington, Texas, United States (1977): 31-53.

Baram, Marcus. "In a Town of Prying Eyes, the Most Private of Men." New York Times (9 May 2004): Section 14, 12.

Barbéri, Jacques. "Thomas Pynchon - Mason & Dixon." Chronic'Art (February 2002).

Barbour, Judith. "Oedipa and the Scottish Demon." Working Papers 2.1-2 (1988): 55-63.

Baringer, Sandra K. "Motherhood and Treason: Pynchon's Vineland and the New Left." The Metanarrative of Suspicion in Late Twentieth Century America . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2004): 89–102, 149–52.

Barnes, Geraldine. "Vinland the Good: Paradise Lost?." Parergon 12.2 (1995): 75-96.

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

Barnett, Stuart. "Refused Readings: Narrative and History in 'The Secret Integration'." Pynchon Notes 22-23 (Spring - Fall 1988): 79-85.

Baron, Christine. "La négociation des rapports interdisciplinaires dans le champ comparatiste." CLW 2 (2010): 41-54.

Barth, John. "The Literature of Replenishment: Postmodernist Fiction." Atlantic (January 1980): 65-71.

Barth, John. "The Literature of Replenishment: Postmodernist Fiction." The Friday Book . Putnam's, New York, New York, United States (1984): 193-206.

Barth, John. "The Spanish Connection." Review of Contemporary Fiction 10.2 (1990): 25-34 [25-26, 32].

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

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

Bass, Thomas A. "Gravity's Rainbow as Orphic Text." Pynchon Notes 13 (October 1983): 25-46.

Batchelor, John C. "The Ghost of Richard Fariña." The Soho Weekly Review (28 April 1977): 19-26.

Batchelor, John C. "Interim Notes: Thomas Pynchon: Real Nowhere Man." The Soho Weekly Review (6 May 1976): 16.

Batchelor, John C. "Thomas Pynchon is not Thomas Pynchon, or, This is the End of the Plot Which Has No Name." The Soho Weekly Review (22 April 1976): 26-27.

Battersby, Eileen. "A Great Opportunity Missed." Irish Times (10 May 1997): Weekend section [9].

Battersby, Eileen. "Less than Epic." Irish Times (13 January 2007): Weekend: 13.

Battesti, Anne. "'And It All Goes Along With The Same Jolly Song'. Chansons et poèmes dans Gravity's Rainbow." Recherches anglaises et américaines 21 (1988): 5-12.

Battesti, Anne. "Approaching Presence in Thomas Pynchon's Novels." Thomas Pynchon . Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 299-322.

Battesti, Anne. "Comptes rendus / Book Reviews. Luc Herman, ed. Approach and Avoid : Essays on Gravity's Rainbow." Transatlantica (2003).

Battesti, Anne. "A Few Remarks on Pynchon's 'Applied Politics' in Against the Day." G.R.A.A.T. 3 (March 2008): 1-7.

Battesti, Anne and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. "Lire Thomas Pynchon. Impressions à deux voix." Europe 733 (1990): 34-36.

Battesti, Anne. "Pynchon. Voix, lieux communs." Revue française d'études américaines 54 (1992): 365-376.

Battesti, Anne. Thomas Pynchon: l'approche et l'esquive . Belin, Paris, France (2004).

Battestin, Martin C. "Pynchon, North and South." Sewanee Review 105.3 (1997): LXXVI-LXXVIII.

Baucom, Ian. "Globalit, Inc.; or, The Cultural Logic of Global Literary Studies." PMLA 116.1 (2001): 158-172 [158-159, 169].

Baudino, Mario. "Pynchon, Don Chisciotte in America." La Stampa (29 April 1997): 23.

Bawer, Bruce. "Where's That Rainbow?." The New Criterion (February 1990): 70-75.

Baxter, Charles. "De-faced America: The Great Gatsby and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 7 (October 1981): 22-37.

Baxter, Charles. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." Criticism 21.2 (1979): 179-182.

Bayerl, Elizabeth A. "Tangled Hierarchies: Gödel, Escher, Bach and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 10 (October 1982): 52-55.

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

Beam, Alex. "Jerry's Back." The Boston Globe (24 March 1989): 53.

Beam, Alex. "Papa Plimpton: The Paris Review Editor Celebrates his Own 'Moveable Feast'." The Chicago Tribune (27 February 1994): T1.

Beauregard, Robert A. "Review of Fragmented Urban Images: The American City in Modern Fiction from Stephen Crane to Thomas Pynchon, by Gerd Hurm." Urban Studies 29.4 (1992): 318-321.

Becke, Rosita and Dirk Vanderbeke. "Chants of Dispossession and Exile: The Yuroks in Vineland." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 63-76.

Beer, Gillian. "Problems of Description in the Language of Discovery." One Culture: Essays in Science and Literature . University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin, United States (1987): 35-58 [51-52].

Begley, Adam. "Flattened History." St. Petersburg Times (4 May 1997): 4D.

Begley, Adam. "Hot and Cult." Mirabella (1994): 74-75 (75).

Begley, Adam. "Pynchon Still Has the Stuff, but You Can't Get to It." New York Observer (28 April 1997): 32.

Begley, Adam. "Pynchon, Thomas." The Salon.com Reader's Guide to Contemporary Author . Penguin Books, New York, New York, United States (2000): 318-320.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Clifford Mead's Thomas Pynchon: A Biliography of Primary and Secondary Materials." Choice (October 1989): 290.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." Choice (November 1992): 461.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Negative Liberties." Choice (January 2002): 881-882.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Choice (January 1992): 744.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of The Vineland Papers." Choice (March 1994): 1132.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Vineland." Choice (May 1990): 1504.

Begnal, Michael H. "Thomas Pynchon's V.: In Defense of Benny Profane." Journal of Narrative Technique 9.2 (1979): 61-69.

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

Beja, Morris. "Review of The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon." Modern Philology 87 (1990): 428-430.

Bell, Dan. "Pynchon Backs McEwan in 'Copying' Row." The Guardian (6 December 2006): Guardian Home Pages: 9.

Bell, Gene H. "Fantasy, History and the New Fiction." Commonweal 5 (November 1976): 718–723 [720].

Bellman, Samuel I. "Review of Stark (1980)." Studies in Short Fiction 18 (Fall 1980): 461-462.

Bell, Michael J. "Living Without Myth: Deconstructing the Old World." Literature, Modernism and Myth: Belief and Responsibility in the Twentieth Century . Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States (1997): 199-222 [and 244-245].

Bell, Michael D. "Some Things that 'Happen' [more or less] in Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon Section (1996).

Bencivenga, Jim. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Christian Science Monitor (15 May 1997): 13.

Bengtson, Göran. "V." Modernist amerikanst prosa . Bo Cavefors, Stockholm, Sweden (1968): 159-160.

Bennett, Carl D. "Thomas Pynchon." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century: Revised Edition, Volume 3 . Ungar, New York, New York, United States (1983): 610-612.

Bennett, David. "Parody, Postmodernism, and the Politics of Reading." Critical Quarterly 27.4 (1985): 27-43 [33-41].

Benoit, Raymond. "Pynchon's Lot 49 on James's Jolly Corner." Notes on Contemporary Literature 35.3 (2005): 10-12.

Benoit, Raymond. "Slothrop Unbound: Shelley's Prometheus and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 188-191.

Benton, Graham W. "Daydreams and Dynamite: Anarchist Possibility in Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Benton, Graham W. "Daydreams and Dynamite: Anarchist Strategies of Resistance and Paths for Transformation in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide . University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States (2011): 167-190.

Benton, Graham W. "Riding the Interface: An Anarchist Reading of Gravity's Rainbow." Gravity's Rainbow (8-9 June 1998).

Benton, Graham W. "Riding the Interface: An Anarchist Reading of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 152-166.

Benton, Graham W. "This Network of All Plots May Yet Carry Him to Freedom: Thomas Pynchon and the Political Philosophy of Anarchism." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 535-556.

Bényei, Tamás. "Több mint ballisztika. Thomas Pynchon Súlyszivárványa." Prae (1 2015): 20-23.

Berger, Arthur A. "Postmodern Novels - Thomas Pynchon." The Portable Postmodernist . AltaMira, Walnut Creek, California, United States (2003): 37-41.

Berger, Charles. "Merrill and Pynchon: Our Apocalyptic Scribes." James Merrill: Essays in Criticism . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1983): 282-297.

Berger, Charles. "Merrill and Pynchon: Our Apocalyptic Scribes." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 203-215.

Berger, James A. "Cultural Trauma and the Timeless Burst: Pynchon's Revision of Nostalgia in Vineland." Postmodern Culture 5.3 (May 1995): 46 par.

Berger, James A. "Nostalgia, Cultural Trauma, and the 'Timeless Burst' in Vineland." After the End: Representations of Post-Apocalypse . University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (1999): 169-188.

Berger, Roger A. "Death Was No Enemy: A Note on Thomas Pynchon, Wilfred Owen, and the First World War." Pynchon Notes 20-21 (Spring - Fall 1987): 105-108.

Bergh, Magnus. "The Courier's Tragedy: Thomas Pynchon and Salman Rushdie in Tune with Each Other." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 188-192.

Bergh, Magnus. "Gutenberggalaxens ytterligheter." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 66.3 (1997): 50-51.

Bergh, Magnus. "Kurrag." Dagens Nyheter (13 December 1994): B2.

Bergh, Magnus. "Pynchon's Swedish: A Footnote." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 211.

Bergh, Magnus. "Sändebudets tragedi. Salman Rushdie och Thomas Pynchon rimmar med varandra." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 63.3 (1994): 37-39.

Bergh, Magnus. "Spökskrivare och demoner. Om Kilroy, värmedöd och konsten att sortera." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 63.3 (1994): 24-25.

Bergh, Patricia A. "[De]constructing the Image: Thomas Pynchon's Postmodern Woman." Journal of Popular Culture 30.4 (1997): 1-12.

Bergman, Petter. "Hemligt meddelande." Modernist amerikanst prosa . Bo Cavefors, Stockholm, Sweden (1968): 161-163.

Bergonzi, Bernard. The Situation of the Novel . University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States (1970): 80-83, 91-93, 96-100 and passim.

Bergsma, Peter. "Mijn leven met en na Thomas Pynchon." De Gids 156.7 (1993): 551-552.

Bernard, Andr. Now All We Need is a Title: Famous Book Titles and How They Got That Way . Norton, New York, New York, United States (1995): 97–99.

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

Berressem, Hanjo. "… without shame or concern for etymology: 11 September in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge." EBR (3 August 2014).

Berressem, Hanjo. "Baudrillard: The Subject in the Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 42-50.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Coda: How te Read Pynchon." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 168-177.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Conclusion: Writing the Real." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 243-246.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Criticism & Pynchon & Mason & Dixon." Contemporary Literature 42.4 (2001): 834-841.

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

Berressem, Hanjo. "Het decoderen van de reële tekst. Beschrijvingen van the zone in Gravity's Rainbow en Europa." Yang 28.1 (January-March 1992): 82-90.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Derrida: The Subject of the Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 30-41.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Digging for the Truth: Archaeology and the End of History." Crisis and Conflict: Essays on Southern African Literature . Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (1990): 117-131.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Draw the Line, Hit the Spot'. Iscrizioni Culturali, Ferite Traumatiche e Multiplessità della Materia in Mason & Dixon." La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon . Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy (2003): 153-187.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Forward Retreat': Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Historiographic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature . Schoeningh, Paderborn, Muenchen, Germany (1994): 357-371.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Godolphin - Goodolphin - Goodol'phin - Good ol'Pyn - Good ol'Pym: A Question of Integration." Pynchon Notes 10 (October 1982): 3-17.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Real Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 119-150.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: Text as Film - Film as Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 151-190.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Fatal Word." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 191-200.

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