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

Last Name starting with F

  1. TR Factor (2)
  2. Joseph Fahy (1)
  3. Mario Faraone (2)
  4. Richard Fariña (2)
  5. Stephen Farran-Lee (2)
  6. Frank B Farrell (1)
  7. John Charles Farrell (2)
  8. Serge Fauchereau (1)
  9. Sarah Fedirka (1)
  10. Gregory Feeley (1)
  11. Mark Feeney (4)
  12. Burton Feldman (1)
  13. Charles Feldman (1)
  14. Gayle Feldman (1)
  15. Irving Feldman (1)
  16. William Ferguson (1)
  17. Miriam Fern (1)
  18. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto (1)
  19. Jair Ferreira dos Santos (1)
  20. David J Ferrero (1)
  21. Gerry Fialka (1)
  22. Leslie A. Fiedler (1)
  23. Billy Field (1)
  24. Edward Fiorelli (1)
  25. David Marc Fischer (2)
  26. Mike Fischer (1)
  27. Norman Fischer (1)
  28. Judith Fitzgerald (1)
  29. Kathleen Fitzpatrick (2)
  30. Martin Edward FitzPatrick (1)
  31. Gregory Flaxman (1)
  32. Louisa Fleischmann (1)
  33. M. D Fletcher (2)
  34. Winfried Fluck (1)
  35. Monika Fludernik (3)
  36. David Flusfeder (1)
  37. Jean-François Fogel (3)
  38. Stanley Fogel (4)
  39. Aleid Fokkema (2)
  40. Manuel Font (1)
  41. Charles Foran (1)
  42. John Forbes (1)
  43. Matt Ford (1)
  44. David Foreman (1)
  45. Don Foster (1)
  46. Douglas Fowler (5)
  47. John Fowles (1)
  48. Julien Frantz (2)
  49. Gabriele Frasca (1)
  50. John Freeman (5)
  51. Joanna Freer (14)
  52. Peter Freese (5)
  53. William K Freiert (1)
  54. Pawel Frelik (1)
  55. Eliot Fremont-Smith (1)
  56. Warren French (1)
  57. Rodrigo Fresan (3)
  58. Wieland Freund (1)
  59. Michael Friedbichler (1)
  60. Saul Friedländer (1)
  61. Allen J Friedman (6)
  62. Bruce Jay Friedman (2)
  63. Ellen G Friedman (1)
  64. Melvin J Friedman (2)
  65. Jonathan Friendly (1)
  66. Fritz Rudolf Fries (1)
  67. Klaus-Jürgen Fritsch (1)
  68. Leopold Froehlich (1)
  69. Wolfgang Frömberg (1)
  70. Garrison Frost (2)
  71. August J Fry (1)
  72. Donn Fry (1)
  73. Northrop Frye (1)
  74. Rainier Fsadni (1)
  75. Ikuko Fujihira (1)
  76. Jack Fuller (1)
  77. David Fussell (1)
  78. Paul Fussell (5)

Factor, TR. "Over the Line." Willamette Week (30 April 1997): 56.

Factor, TR. The Letters of Wanda Tinasky . Vers Libre, Portland, Oregon, United States (1996).

Fahim, Abeer. "Rethinking Surrealism: Visual Alchemy in Against the Day." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Fahy, Joseph. "Thomas Pynchon's V. and Mythology." Critique 18.3 (1977): 5-18.

Faraone, Mario. "V.: A Bibliography." 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): 173-198.

Faraone, Mario. "Chapter Three. Traveling and Spying into Baedeker’s Land: (Re)living and (Re)telling The Great Game, Political Tourism and Other Victorian Intelligence Activities in Thomas Pynchon’s V.." 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): 53-74.

Fariña, Richard. "The Monterey Fair." Long Time Coming and A Long Time Gone . Random House, New York, New York, United States (1969): 137-154.

Fariña, Richard. "The Monterey Fair." Mademoiselle (March 1964).

Farran-Lee, Stephen. "Vad var det jag nyss läste. Attfiska med not i Joyce och Pynchon." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 63.3 (1994): 33.

Farran-Lee, Stephen. "Volare, å-åh, cantare . . .. Sväva med Thomas Pynchon." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 63.3 (1994): 2-3.

Farrell, Frank B. "Literary Space in McCarthy and Pynchon, Rushdie and Chaudhuri." Why Does Literature Matter? . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (2004): 25-47.

Farrell, John C. Paranoid Quest: Psychoanalysis and Modern Suspicion . New York University Press, New York, New York, United States (1996): 2, 219, 252.

Farrell, John C. "The Romance of the '60s: Self, Community and the Ethical in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 139-156.

Fedirka, Sarah. "Crossing Boundaries: Social Borders & Alternative Realities in The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 608-623.

Feeley, Gregory. "Pynchon Reemerges." The Philadelphia Enquirer (27 April 1997): Q1.

Feeney, Mark. "Gravity's Boundary." The Boston Globe (4 May 1997): D17.

Feeney, Mark. "Inspired Chaos: A Skyship, 'Anarchism,' and Characters from Robber Baron to Rebel Blaze in the Reflection of Pynchon's Pyrotechnics." The Boston Globe (19 November 2006): E4.

Feeney, Mark. "Just Like Old Times in the New World." The Boston Globe (7 January 1990): A15-A16.

Feeney, Mark. "A Reconsideration: Still Crazy After All These Years." The Boston Globe (17 January 1988): B11, B13.

Feix , Jola . "Reading Against the Day with the Chums of Chance." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Feldman, Burton. "Anatomy of Black Humor." The American Novel Since World War II . Fawcett, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States (1969): 224-228.

Feldman, Charles. "Where's Thomas Pynchon? CNN tracks down literary world's deliberate enigma." The World Today (5 June 1997).

Feldman, Gayle. "Trade News." Publishers' Weekly (30 June 1989): 73-78 (76).

Feldman, Irving. "Keeping Cool." Commentary 36 (September 1963): 258-260.

Ferguson, William. "Good Rock Stars Write Bad Books: Switch from Collaboration to Isolation Their Undoing." Hartford Courant (14 October 2001): G8.

Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe. "Measuring up America." The Evening Standard (12 May 1997): 26.

Fern, Miriam. "The Physics of Postmodern Laughter - Laughing Cosmology in Thomas Pynchon's Latest Novel, Mason & Dixon: A Review and Synthesis of Twentieth-Century Humor Theory." The Image of the Twentieth Century in Literature, Media, and Society . Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo, Colorado, United States (2000): 520-528.

Ferreira dos Santos, Jair. "Barth, Pynchon e outras absurdetes. O pós-modernismo na ficção americana." Pósmodernidade . State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), São Paulo, Brazil (1988): 57–71.

Ferrero, David J. "Echoes of Narcissus: Classical Mythology and Postmodern Pessimism in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 82-96.

Fialka, Gerry. "A Pynchon Called Wanda." LA Weekly (19-25 January 1996): 6.

Fiedler, Leslie A. "Literature and Lucre: A Meditation." Genre 13.1 (Spring 1980): 1-10.

Field, Billy. "The Writer Who Came to Chaplin's Place." Black Warrior Review 15.2 (1989): 162–163.

Finney, Michael. "Shit'n'Shinola: Obscurity in Finnegan's Wake and Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Language Association (28 December 1976).

Fiorelli, Edward. "The Crying of Lot 49." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series 1 . Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1986): 361-365.

Fischer, David M. "Pynchon's Progress." NewCity (1 May 1997): 14.

Fischer, David M. "Vineland." Magill's Literary Annual 1990. Volume 2 . Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1990): 844–847.

Fischer, Mike. "The Gathering Storm: Pynchon Cuts a Wide Swath in Masterful WWI-era Epic." The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (24 November 2006).

Fischer, Norman. "Civic Republican Political/Legal Ethics and Echoes of the Classical Historical Novel in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999).

Fitzgerald, Judith. "An Unimaginably Gorgeous Tapestry." The Toronto Star (3 May 1997): K17.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. "The Clockwork Eye: Technology, Woman, and the Decay of the Modern in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 91-107.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. The Anxiety of Obsolescence: The American Novel in the Age of Television . Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, Tennessee, United States (2006).

FitzPatrick, Martin E. "Indeterminate Ursula and 'Seeing How It Must Have Looked' or, 'The Damned Lemming' and Subjunctive Narrative in Pynchon, Faulkner, O'Brien, and Morrison." Narrative 10.3 (2002): 244-261.

Flaxman, Gregory. "Oedipa Crisis: Paranoia and Prohibition in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 41-60.

Fleischmann, Louisa and Burt Weinshanker. "Pynchon Enters the Zone, or: Almost Lost in Translation." Pynchon Notes 8 (February 1981): 54-60.

Fletcher, M. D. Contemporary Political Satire: Narrative Strategies in the Post-Modern Context . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (1987): 113–136, 155–156 and passim.

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

Fluck, Winfried. "Literarische Postmoderne und Poststrukturalismus. Thomas Pynchon." Poststrukturalismus - Dekonstruktion - Postmoderne . Steiner, Stuttgart, Germany (1992): 25-38.

Fludernik, Monika. "H: The Coordinates of Hope in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." AAA 14.1 (1989): 39-55.

Fludernik, Monika. "Review of Hohmann's Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 39.1 (1989): 118-121.

Fludernik, Monika. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 39.1 (1989): 115-118.

Flusfeder, David. "Chandler in Flares." New Statesman (30 July 2009).

Fogel, Jean-François. "Les auteurs de nos 25 ans (Les compagnons de Libération). Sur la piste de 'Pynch'." Libération (19 March 1998): 26-28.

Fogel, Jean-François. "L'écrivain invisible. la piste Pynchon." Libération (11 October 1985): 30-33.

Fogel, Jean-François. "La Pista Pynchon." El Urogallo 2 (1988): 54-61.

Fogel, Stanley. "'Everybody Must Get Stoned' (:) Reading Thomas Pynchon." The Postmodern University: Essays on the Deconstruction of the Humanities . ECW, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1988): 88–105.

Fogel, Stanley. "Gobble, Gobble, Gobble: Critical Appetites." Canadian Review of American Studies 15.4 (1984): 487-496 [495-496].

Fogel, Stanley. "The Investigation: Stanislaw Lem's Pynchonesque Novel." Riverside Quarterly 7.2 (1982): 123–126.

Fogel, Stanley. "The Investigation: Stanislaw Lem's Pynchonesque Novel." Riverside Quarterly 6.4 (1977): 286-289.

Fokkema, Aleid. "An Early Postmodern Novel: V.." Postmodern Characters: A Study of Characterization in British and American Postmodern Fiction . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1991): 83-99.

Fokkema, Aleid. "Oedipa's wake." Yang 28.1 (January-March 1992): 49-56.

Font, Manuel. "El Fin de la Entropía." Revista de Occidente 243 (2001): 21–33 (passim).

Foran, Charles. "Adventures in Pynchonland." Montreal Gazette (17 May 1997): I1.

Forbes, John. "Thomas Pynchon's Ad Hoc Nation, Impressions of Vineland." Scripsi 6.2 (1990): 177-187.

Ford, Matt. "Return of Pynchon, the literary hermit." The First Post (20 November 2006).

Foreman, David. "Historical Documents Relating to Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 143-166.

Foster, Don. "Chapter 5. Wanda, the Fort Bragg Bag Lady." Author Unknown: On The Trail Of Anonymous . Holt, New York, New York, United States (2000): 188-220.

Fowler, Douglas. A Reader's Guide to Gravity's Rainbow . Ardis Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (1980).

Fowler, Douglas. 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." Notes on Contemporary Literature 14.2 (1984): 10-12.

Fowler, Douglas. "Pynchon's Magic World." South Atlantic Quarterly 79.1 (Winter 1980): 51-60.

Fowler, Douglas. "Story into Chapter: Thomas Pynchon's Transformation of 'Under the Rose'." Journal of Narrative Technique 14.1 (1984): 33-43.

Fowles, John. "Christmas Books II: Books of the Year." Spectator (22 November 1997): 40–47 (40).

Franco, Marie. "Gross Perversions: Reinterpreting Female Sexual Agency and Pynchon’s Poetics in Gravity’s Rainbow." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Frantz, Julien. "Gravity's Rainbow. infra-film en molécules longues." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 57-62.

Frantz, Julien. "Vineland. À travers le Bardo médiatique." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 63-66.

Frasca, Gabriele. "Understanding V.." La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon . Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy (2003): 69-89.

Freeman, John. "Against the Day: Thomas Pynchon's Novel is High-Voltage." The Seattle Times (17 November 2006).

Freeman, John. "Book review: Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." Dallas Morning News (23 August 2009).

Freeman, John. "An Electrifying Return to Pynchonland Written on a Scale Not Human." The Toronto Star (26 November 2006): D05.

Freeman, John. "Sky's the Limit: Pynchonland comes to Chicago." NewCity Chicago (20 November 2006).

Freeman, John. "Thomas Pynchon." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (19 November 2006).

Freer, Joanna. "Mason & Dixon and American Indians: Challenging Misconceptions of Native Culture." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Freer, Joanna. "Bibliography." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 191-202.

Freer, Joanna. "The Black Panther Party, Revolutionary Suicide, and Gravity’s Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 102-125.

Freer, Joanna. "Conclusion: A "Little Parenthesis of Light": Pynchon’s Counterculture." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 157-166.

Freer, Joanna. "Daylit Fictions and Dark Conjugates: The Political Role of Fantasy in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Against the Day." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Freer, Joanna. "Feminism Moderate and Radical in The Crying of Lot 49 and Vineland: Pynchon and the Women’s Movement." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 126-156.

Freer, Joanna. "Index." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 203.

Freer, Joanna. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 1-13.

Freer, Joanna. "Is Pynchon a Feminist?." Berfrois (9 June 2011).

Freer, Joanna. "Love, Violence, and Yippie Subversion in Gravity’s Rainbow: Pynchon and the New Left." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 40-64.

Freer, Joanna. "LSD, Leary and the Political Role of Fantasy in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity . Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland (2013).

Freer, Joanna. "Notes." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 167-190.

Freer, Joanna. "On the Road to Anti-Structure: V., The Crying of Lot 49 , and the Beats." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 14-39.

Freer, Joanna. "The Psychedelic Movement, Fantasy, and Anarchism in The Crying of Lot 49 and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014): 65-101.

Freer, Joanna. "Reading Pynchon's History." Berfrois (4 July 2012).

Freer, Joanna. Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (September 2014).

Freese, Peter. "Chapter 4.10. Thomas Pynchon: The 'Entropies of Lovable but Scatterbrained Mother Nature' as 'an Adequate Metaphor'?." From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction . Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (1997): 410-432.

Freese, Peter. "Chapter 5. The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." 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." Anglia 109.1-2 (1991): 60-86.

Freese, Peter. "Lecture 3. Surviving the End: Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon." Surviving the End: Beyond Apocalypse and Entropy in American Literature . Center for Humanistic Studies, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, California, United States (1988): 34-48.

Freese, Peter. "Surviving the End: Apocalypse, Evolution, and Entropy in Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon." Critique 36.3 (1996): 163-176.

Freiert, William K. "Classical Myth in Contemporary American Fiction." Classical and Modern Literature 10.1 (1989): 47–61 (56–58).

Frelik, Pawel. "Always judge a book by its cover : Reading Pynchon's paratexts." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Frelik, Pawel. "Polysemy of Names in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Lubelskie Materia 18 (1994): 47-52.

Fremont-Smith, Eliot. "Nature - Human and Mother." New York (29 April 1974): 75.

French, Warren. "Review of McConnell's Four Postwar American Novelists." American Literature 49 (January 1978): 672-674.

Fresan, Rodrigo. "Against the Day. l'hystérie interminable." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 98-101.

Fresan, Rodrigo. "La histeria interminable." Página/12 (15 April 2007).

Fresan, Rodrigo. "Un grito en el cielo." Página/12 (21 September 2003): Libros.

Freund, Wieland. "Pynchons Detektiv raucht Gras und trägt Afro." Die Welt (6 August 2009).

Friedbichler, Michael. "Toward a Redeemed Imagination: The Role of Paranoia in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Forms of the American Imagination: Beitrage zur neueren amerikanischen Literatur . Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria (1979): 147-156.

Friedländer, Saul. Reflections of Nazism: An Essay on Kitsch and Death . Harper and Row, New York, New York, United States (1984): 95.

Friedman, Allen J. "Contemporary American Physics Fiction." American Journal of Physics 47.5 (1979): 392–395.

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Gravity's Rainbow: Science as Metaphor." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 23-35.

Friedman, Allen J. "The Novelist and Modern Physics: New Metaphors for Traditional Themes." Journal of College Science Teaching 4.5 (1975): 310–312 (311).

Friedman, Allen J. "Science and Technology." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow . Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States (1983): 69-102.

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Science as Metaphor: Thomas Pynchon and Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature 15.3 (1974): 345-359.

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Science as Metaphor: Thomas Pynchon and Gravity's Rainbow." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon . G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1981): 69-81.

Friedman, Bruce Jay. "Foreword." Black Humor: A Unique Anthology Including Works by Pynchon, Knickerbocker, Donleavy [and others] . Bantam Books, New York, New York, United States (1965): vii-xi.

Friedman, Bruce Jay. "[no title?]." The Sense of the Sixties . The Free Press, New York, New York, United States (1968): 435-439.

Friedman, Ellen G. "Where Are the Missing Contents? [Post]Modernism, Gender, and the Canon." PMLA 108.2 (1993): 240-252 [240-241].

Friedman, Melvin J. "The Schlemiel: Jew and Non-Jew." Studies in the Literary Imagination 9.1 (Spring 1976): 139-153.

Friedman, Melvin J. "To Make it New: The American Novel Since 1945." The Wilson Quarterly 2.1 (1978): 133-178.

Friendly, Jonathan. "Pynched Prose." Detroit News (17 January 1990): C5.

Fries, Fritz R. "Zoyd Wheelers Parallelaktion." Süddeutsche Zeitung (24 April 1993).

Fritsch, Klaus-Jürgen. "Review of Slow Learner." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 35.4 (1987): 376-378.

Froehlich, Leopold. "Tom Crosses the Line." Playboy (September 1997): 28.

Frömberg, Wolfgang. "Thomas Pynchon: Niemand filmt Gott." SPEX (December 2001): 55.

Frost, Garrison. "The Living Ghost." Beach Reporter (24 August 1995): 2, 20-21.

Frost, Garrison. "Thomas Pynchon and the South Bay." The Aesthetic [2003] (s.d.).

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

Fry, Donn. "A Genius Among Us - For a While." The Seattle Times (14 January 1990): L7.

Frye, Northrop. Divisions on a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture . Anansi, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1982): 17-18, 186.

Fsadni, Rainier. "Genius Spotted in Strait Street: Locals Love Him." Sunday Times of Malta (7 April 1996): 33.

Fujihira, Ikuko. "Workshop One: Summary of Discussion [of Cowart's 'Heteroclite Historiography']." Proceedings of the Kyoto American Studies Summer Seminar, August 1 - August 3, 2005 . Center for American Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan (2006): 201-205.

Fuller, Jack. "The Day Before: How Contemporary Authors are Grappling with the Question of Human Survival." The Chicago Tribune (18 November 1984): Section 10: 30–31, 33–36, 39, 41 (33 and passim).

Fussell, David. "The Politics of Slow Dying: The Affirmative Possibilities in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Anglo-American Studies 4.1 (1984): 15-29.

Fussell, Paul. "The Brigadier Remembers." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon . G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1981): 213-219.

Fussell, Paul. "The Brigadier Remembers." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays . Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1978): 213-219.

Fussell, Paul. "IX. Persistence and Memory: The Ritual of Military Memory." The Great War and Modern Memory . Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States (1975): 310-334 (328-334).

Fussell, Paul. "The Ritual of Military Memory." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 21-27.

Fussell, Paul. "Within the Conventions." Spectator (29 October 1977): 20-21.