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

Last Name starting with G

  1. Rolf Gaasland (1)
  2. Ervin J Gaines (1)
  3. David Gale (2)
  4. Bastien Gallet (1)
  5. David D Galloway (1)
  6. Kevin Galvin (1)
  7. G. Ganter (1)
  8. Luis Miguel Garc (1)
  9. Pedro García-Caro (3)
  10. Dave Gardetta (1)
  11. Fred Gardner (1)
  12. James Gardner (2)
  13. Roger Garfitt (1)
  14. Dwight Garner (1)
  15. Romain Gary (1)
  16. David Gates (1)
  17. Henry Louis Gates (1)
  18. Richard Gathman (1)
  19. Marni Gauthier (1)
  20. Justin Gautreau (1)
  21. Jeeshan Gazi (1)
  22. Robert F Geary (1)
  23. Hartwin Gebhardt (1)
  24. Dan Geddes (3)
  25. Campbell Geeslin (1)
  26. Blanche Gelfant (1)
  27. Joyce Gemperlein (1)
  28. Peter Gendolla (1)
  29. Bernard Géniès (1)
  30. Curt Gentry (1)
  31. Nadine F George (1)
  32. Eric Gerber (1)
  33. Ann Gerhart (1)
  34. Keith Gessen (1)
  35. Paula Elizabeth Geyh (1)
  36. Shubha Ghosh (2)
  37. Robert Gibb (1)
  38. Rodney Gibbs (1)
  39. Sandra M Gilbert (1)
  40. Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe (4)
  41. Paul Giles (1)
  42. Timothy Gilmore (1)
  43. Michael Girke (1)
  44. John Glassie (1)
  45. Christopher Glazek (1)
  46. William Gleason (1)
  47. Charles I Glicksberg (1)
  48. Martin E Gloege (1)
  49. Douglas Glover (1)
  50. Phillip H Gochenour (2)
  51. Thomas Goetz (1)
  52. Arthur R Gold (2)
  53. Robert Edward Golden (1)
  54. Laurence Goldstein (1)
  55. Roberto Gonzaga (1)
  56. Ann Brashear Gonzalez (1)
  57. Ariel Gonzalez (1)
  58. Alex Good (1)
  59. Walter Goodman (1)
  60. Robert Gooijer (1)
  61. Robert Cooke Goolrick (1)
  62. Jason Gorber (1)
  63. Andrew Gordon (2)
  64. Christoph Gossell (1)
  65. Alan Gottlieb (1)
  66. Sherill E Grace (5)
  67. Ronald Granofsky (1)
  68. James Kerr Grant (7)
  69. Richard Grant (2)
  70. Lila V Graves (1)
  71. Edward Gray (1)
  72. Ellen Gray (1)
  73. Paul Gray (5)
  74. Geoffrey Green (2)
  75. Martin B Green (2)
  76. Alvin Greenberg (1)
  77. Mark Greif (1)
  78. Donald J Greiner (3)
  79. Stipe Grgas (2)
  80. Alan Griffiths (1)
  81. William E Grim (3)
  82. Claude Grimal (1)
  83. Martin Grimes (1)
  84. Lawrence Grobel (1)
  85. David Grossman (1)
  86. Lovorka Gruic-Grmusa (1)
  87. Christopher Guerin (1)
  88. James Guetti (2)
  89. Matthew Guillen (1)
  90. Thierry Guinhut (1)
  91. Hans-Ulrich Gumbrecht (1)
  92. Mel Gussow (2)
  93. Peter Guttridge (1)
  94. John Zbigniew Guzlowski (6)

g@rp, . "Garde Contre." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 120-127.

Gaasland, Rolf. "The Barbaric Rhetoric of Thomas Pynchon's V.." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway (2002): 40-54.

Gaines, Ervin J. "Review of V.." Library Journal 88 (February 1963): 795-796.

Gale, David. "The Quest for Pynchon." Tatler (December-January 1989-1990): 188-192.

Gale, David. "There's no Doubting Thomas." The Observer (25 November 2006): 28.

Gallet, Bastien and Olivier Lamm. "Under (Over) the Rainbow." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 367-383.

Gallo, Louis. "Slothrop's Progress: The Fragmented Pilgrim." Modern Language Association (30 December 1977).

Galloway, David D. "Milk and Honey." Spectator (14 April 1967): 425-426.

Galvin, Kevin. "Undercover: Enigmatic Thomas Pynchon May Have a New Book Out Soon." Milwaukee Journal (12 November 1989): 11E.

Ganter, G.. "Rioting, Textuality and The Crying of Lot 49." Found Object 1.2 (1993): 67-81.

García-Caro, Pedro. After the Nation: Postnational Satire in the Works of Carlos Fuentes and Thomas Pynchon . Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, United States (November 2014).

García-Caro, Pedro. "'America Was the Only Place . . .': American Exceptionalism and the Geographic Politics of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 101-124.

García-Caro, Pedro. "'Damnosa Hereditas': Sorting the National Will in Fuentes' La Muerte de Artemio Cruz, and Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." How Far Is America from Here? . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2005): 323-345.

Garc, Luis Miguel. "Metafiction and Social Commitment in V.." Miscel 14 (1993): 41-56.

Gardetta, Dave. "Is Thomas Pynchon Wanda Tinasky?." LA Weekly (22-28 December 1995): 28-30, 32, 34-40.

Gardner, Fred. "The Invisible Person." Anderson Valley Advertiser (31 May 1995): 5.

Gardner, James. "The Bigger ... The Better?." National Review (30 June 1997): 44-46.

Gardner, James. "Thomas Pynchon." Washington Times (8 January 1990): E5.

Garfitt, Roger. "Safe Audacity." The Listener (15 November 1967): 674-675.

Garner, Dwight. "TBR: Inside the List." New York Times Book Review (10 December 2006): 30.

Gary, Romain. "To the Editor." New York Times Book Review (12 June 1966): 35.

Gates, David. "The Voices of America: Tuning in to Mr. Folklore." Newsweek (16 July 1990): 60.

Gates, Henry L. "Canon Confidential: A Sam Slade Caper." New York Times Book Review (25 March 1990): 36-38.

Gathman, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Austin American-Statesman (19 November 2006).

Gauthier, Marni. "Partial Faiths: Postsecular Fiction in the Age of Pynchon and Morrison." Modern Fiction Studies 55.4 (Wiinter 2009): 845-848.

Gautreau, Justin. ""Clearer Than Real": A History of Mediated Realities in Pynchon's Against the Day." Genre 47.2 (Summer 2014): 141-170.

Gazi, Jeeshan. "On Deleuze and Guattari’s Italian Wedding Fake Book: Pynchon, Improvisation, Social Organisation, and Assemblage." ORBIT 4.2 (2016).

Geary, Robert F. "From Apocalypse to Nostalgia." The World and I 5 (1990): 436–441.

Gebhardt, Hartwin. "In 1984, Make Love [Not War]: Thomas Pynchon's Vineland - An Alternative History of the USA." Fissions and Fusions: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Cape American Studies Association, 4 July 1996 . University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa (1997): 115-119.

Geddes, Dan. "Catcher Out of the Rye." Salon (20-24 January 1997).

Geddes, Dan. "The Crying over Lot 49 of Thomas Pynchon's Letters." Salon (10 March 1998).

Geddes, Dan. "Pynchon's Vineland: The War On Drugs and the Coming American Police-State." The Satirist (September 2003).

Geeslin, Campbell. "Review of Slow Learner." People (14 May 1984): 11.

Gelfant, Blanche. "Sister to Faust: The City's 'Hungry Woman' as Heroine." Novel 15.1 (1981): 23-38.

Gemperlein, Joyce. "Small-Town Paper Makes Good Deal of Noise." San Jose Mercury News (30 June 1996): 14-18.

Gendolla, Peter. "Entropie, Δt und das Verschwinden der Maschinen. Angela Carters Wunschmaschinen und Thomas Pynchons Rakete." Zeit-Zeichen: Aufschübe und Interferenzen Zwischen Endzeit und Echtzeit . VCH, Weinheim, Germany (1990): 339–349.

Géniès, Bernard. "La fusée Pynchon." Le Nouvel Observateur (5-11 September 1991): 73.

Gentry, Curt. "The Quest for the Female Named V: Review of V.." San Francisco Sunday Chronicle (19 May 1963): 17.

George, Nadine F. "The Chymische Hochzeit of Thomas Pynchon." Comparative Literature Conference (April 1975).

George, Nadine F. "The Chymische Hochzeit of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 4 (October 1980): 5-22.

Gerber, Eric. "Pynchon's Magical Mystery Tour." Houston Post (28 January 1990): E6.

Gerhart, Ann and Annie Groer. "The Reliable Source: Now You Know . . .." The Washington Post (13 October 1997): C3.

Gessen, Keith. "Thomas Pynchon vs. The World." New York Magazine (22 November 2006): 92.

Geyh, Paula E. "Assembling Postmodernism: Experience, Meaning, and the Space In-Between." College Literature 30.2 (2003): 1-27 [passim].

Ghosh, Shubha. "Casting Light on Originalism: Introduction to Thomas Pynchon and the Law." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 431-438.

Ghosh, Shubha. "Thomas Pynchon and the Law." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999).

Gibb, Robert. "Ideas of Order: The Shapes of Art in The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of Modern Literature 17.1 (1990): 97–116.

Gibbs, Rodney. "A Portrait of the Luddite as a Young Man." Denver Quarterly 39.1 (2004): 35-42.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty." Immanence and Contradiction: Recent Essays on the Artistic Device . Out of London Books, New York, New York, United States (1985): 86-150.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 1." October 1 (1976): 65-85.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 2." October 2 (1976): 71-90.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 3." October 3 (1976): 90-102.

Gilbert, Sandra M. and Susan Gubar. No Man's Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century . Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States (1994): 230–231, 335.

Giles, Paul. "Chapter 8. Virtual Englands: Pynchon's Transatlantic Heresies." Virtual Americas: Transnational Fictions and the Transatlantic Imaginary . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 225-253.

Gilmore, Timothy. "'How pleasant to watch Nothing': Narrativity and Desire in V.." ORBIT 1.1 (2012).

Girke, Michael. "Die Zeit der Rakete - Gespräch mit Robert Bramkamp zu Seinem Filme Prüfstand 7 (& Beyond)." Prüfstand 7: Das Buch zum Film . MaasMedia, Berlin, Germany (2002): 19-33.

Glassie, John. "Big Tom." New York Times Magazine (27 April 1997): 15.

Glazek, Christopher. "The Pynchon Hoax." The New Yorker (3 August 2009).

Gleason, William. "The Postmodern Labyrinths of Lot 49." Critique 34.2 (1993): 83-99.

Glicksberg, Charles I. "Experimental Fiction: Innovation Versus Form." Centennial Review 18.2 (1974): 127-150.

Gloege, Martin E. "The American Origins of the Postmodern Self." Constructions of the Self . Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States (1992): 59-80 [passim].

Glover, Douglas. "Mytho-delirium." Books in Canada 19 (1990): 43-44.

Gochenour, Phillip H. "Anarchist Miracles: Distributed Communities, Nodal Subjects and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 52-53 (Spring - Fall 2003): 40-52.

Gochenour, Phillip H. "The History Written on the Body: Photography, History and Memory in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 169-180.

Goetz, Thomas. "Pynchon's Web of Influence." The Village Voice (6 May 1997): 45.

Gold, Arthur R. "Like a Yo-Yo, Spinning Through a Dehumanized Age." New York Herald Tribune Books (21 April 1963): 3.

Gold, Arthur R. "A Mad Dash After an Unholy Grail." Book Week (24 April 1966): 5.

Golden, Robert E. "Mass Man and Modernism: Violence in Pynchon's V.." Critique 14.2 (1972): 5-17.

Goldstein, Laurence. "Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Flying Machine and Modern Literature . Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States (1986): 180-185.

Gonzaga, Roberto. "Arcobaleno da leggenda." L'Eco di Bergamo (24 February 1999): Cultura & Spettacoli: 35.

Gonzalez, Ann Brashear. "'La Novela Totalizadora'. Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and Fuentes' Terra Nostra." Kanina 5.2 (1981): 99–106.

Gonzalez, Ariel. "Heapin' helpin': Thomas Pynchon's 1,000-Page Novel Serves up Multiple Narratives, Wacky Humor and Highbrow Ideas ." The Miami Herald (3 December 2006).

Good, Alex. "How the straights won." The Toronto Star (2 August 2009).

Goodman, Walter. "Pratfalls on a Gloomy Stage." Life (6 May 1966): R4.

Gooijer, Robert. "Dopehead Doc geeft iedereen er flink van langs." NRC Handelsblad (21 August 2009).

Goolrick, Robert C. "Pieces of Pynchon." New Times (16 October 1978): 58-70.

Gordon, Andrew. "Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir." The Portable Sixties Reader . Penguin Books, New York, New York, United States (2003): 228-238.

Gordon, Andrew. "Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): 167-178.

Gossell, Christoph and Dirk Vanderbeke. "A V and a Naught Spell Infinity." Pynchon Notes 50-51 (Spring - Fall 2002): 76-82.

Gottlieb, Alan. "Vineland Satirizes Reagan Era with Slashing Wit." The Denver Post (4 February 1990): G1.

Gourley, James. "Reading Against the Day in the Modern Context." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Grace, Sherill E. "Critical Paradigms of Contemporary American Literature." Canadian Review of American Studies 16.4 (1985): 483-489 [487-488].

Grace, Sherill E. "Fritz Lang and the 'Paracinematic Lives' of Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Fiction Studies 29.4 (1984): 655-670.

Grace, Sherill E. Regression and Apocalypse: Studies in North American Literary Expressionism . University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1989): 240-245.

Grace, Sherill E. The Voyage that Never Ends: Malcolm Lowry's Fiction . University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (1982): 121-122.

Grace, Sherill E. "Wastelands and Badlands: The Legacies of Pynchon and Kroetsch." Mosaic 14.2 (1981): 21–34.

Granofsky, Ronald. The Trauma Novel: Contemporary Symbolic Depictions of Collective Disaster . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (1995): 162–170.

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2008).

Grant, James K. A Companion to V. . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2001).

Grant, James K. "'Convention' and 'Neurosis', 'Communion' and 'Tragedy': Thomas Pynchon, Iris Murdoch and Alain-Robbe Grillet." Modern Language Association (28 December 1976).

Grant, James K. "Introduction." A Companion to V. . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2001): ix.

Grant, James K. "Not Quite So Crazy After All These Years: Pynchon's Creative Engineer." Pynchon Notes 28-29 (Spring - Fall 1991): 43-53.

Grant, Richard. "Bright Lights Fade Fast: The Beat Influences of Thomas Pynchon's V.." Journal x 5.1-2 (2000-2001): 125-137.

Grant, Richard. "Digging Pynchon." Science Fiction Eye 8 (1991): 85-89.

Graves, Lila V. "Love and the Western World of Pynchon's V.." South Atlantic Review 47.1 (1982): 62-73.

Gray, Edward. "Review of Mason & Dixon." William and Mary Quarterly 54.4 (1997): 877–879.

Gray, Ellen. "George Clooney and Novelist Thomas Pynchon Make Strange Bedfellows." News-Times (9 June 1997).

Gray, Paul. "Drawing The Line: Thomas Pynchon's Long-Awaited Mason & Dixon is a Tale of Scientific Triumph and an Epic of Loss." Time (5 May 1997): 98.

Gray, Paul. "Openers." Time (23 April 1984).

Gray, Paul. "Rooms of Their Own." Time (18 October 1993): 86-87 [86].

Gray, Paul. "Shadowy Presence." Time (15 January 1990): 70.

Gray, Paul. "The Spores of Paranoia." Time (15 January 1990): 69-70.

Greenberg, Alvin. "The Underground Woman: An Excursion into the V-ness of Thomas Pynchon." Chelsea 27 (1969): 58-65.

Green, Geoffrey and Donald J. Greiner. Critique 32.2 (Winter 1990).

Green, Geoffrey. "Introduction." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): vii-ix.

Green, Martin B. "The Crying of Lot 49: Pynchon's Heart of Darkness." Pynchon Notes 8 (February 1981): 30-38.

Green, Martin B. "Personal Relations and Public Themes." Commonweal (11 May 1979): 266-267.

Greif, Mark. "Thomas Pynchon and Technology." The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933–1973 . Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States (2015): 227-252.

Greiner, Donald J. "Fiction as History, History as Fiction: The Reader and Thomas Pynchon's V.." The South Carolina Review 10.1 (1977): 4-18.

Greiner, Donald J. "Pynchon, Hawkes, and Updike: Readers and the Paradox of Accessibility." The South Carolina Review 16.1 (1983): 45-51.

Greiner, Donald J. "Thomas Pynchon and the Fault Lines of America." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 73-83.

Grgas, Stipe. "Chapter Four. Re-Reading V. in the Emergency of the Crisis." 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): 75-93.

Grgas, Stipe. "Thomas Pynchon in the Maze." Cross-Cultural Studies: American, Canadian and European Literatures: 1945–1985 . Edvard Kardelj Uniniversity, Ljubljana, Slovenia (1988): 215-221.

Griffiths, Alan. "Pynchon and the Modern Novel: An Interview with Frank Kermode; intro by Biddy O'Connor." Granta . Granta Publications, London, United Kingdom (May Week 1976): 4-5, 7.

Grimes, Martin. "Tackling Popular Misconceptions." The Herald . The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom (24 October 1992): 6.

Grim, William E. "Chapter 5. The Faustian Connection in Gravity's Rainbow." The Faust Legend in Music and Literature. Vol. 2 . E. Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, United States (1992): 61-84.

Grim, William E. "'Der Mondstrahl ist das Ruder': The Symbolic Presence of Pierrot Lunaire and Verklärte Nacht in Gravity's Rainbow." Yearbook of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Fine Arts 1 (1989): 213-223.

Grim, William E. "'Good-bye, Columbus': Postmodernist Satire in Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): 154-160.

Grobel, Lawrence. "Playboy Interview: Saul Bellow." Playboy (May 1997): 59-60, 62-64, 66, 68, 166-70 [68].

Grossman, David. "Science, Fiction, and Pynchon: Three Great Tastes That Go Together?." i09.com (2 January 2010).

Gruic-Grmusa, Lovorka. "Intrigue, Revenge and Bloodshed: Mapping the Balkans in Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Gruic-Grmusa, Lovorka. "The Symbolism of Light and Darkness in Against the Day." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Gruic-Grmusa, Lovorka. "The Underworld and Its Forces: Croatia, the Uskoks and Their Fight for Autonomy in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 263-290.

Guerin, Christopher. "Viceland." PopMatters.com (7 August 2009).

Guetti, James. "Aggressive Reading: Detective Fiction and Realistic Narrative." Raritan 2.1 (1982): 133-154 [151-153].

Guetti, James. Word-Music: The Aesthetic Aspect of Narrative Fiction . Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States (1980): 93–107.

Guillen, Matthew. "Pynchon's Social Aesthetics: Sixties Activism in PostModern American Literature." Revue française d'études américaines 84 (2000): 106-125.

Guinhut, Thierry. "Review of Vineland." Europe 751/752 (1992): 213.

Gumbrecht, Hans-Ulrich. "Von früh an in planvollem Aufruhr." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (12 October 1999): L17.

Gussow, Mel. "The Morgan Curtails Access to a Trove of Pynchon Letters." New York Times (21 March 1998): B7.

Gussow, Mel. "Pynchon's Letters Nudge His Mask." New York Times (4 March 1998): E1, E8.

Guttridge, Peter. "And More Anon." The Times (24 January 1990): 18.

Guzlowski, John Z. "The Crying of Lot 49 and The Shadow." Pynchon Notes 9 (June 1982): 61-65.

Guzlowski, John Z. "Hollow Gestures and Empty Words: Inconsequential Action and Dialogue in Recent American Novels." Markham Review 12.2 (Winter 1983): 21-26.

Guzlowski, John Z. "Masks and Maskings in Hawkes, Gaddis, Barth, and Pynchon." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 4.3-4 (1983): 215-227.

Guzlowski, John Z. "No More Sea Changes: Hawkes, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Barth." Critique 23.2 (1981): 48-60 [51-53].

Guzlowski, John Z. "No More Sea Changes: Four American Novelsists' Responses to the Sea." Literature and Lore of the Sea . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1986): 232-243.

Guzlowski, John Z. "Review of Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." Modern Fiction Studies 28 (Summer 1982): 310-311.