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

Last Name starting with H

  1. Jon Hackett (2)
  2. Leyla Haferkamp (1)
  3. W. M Hagen (3)
  4. Samuli Hägg (2)
  5. Chris Hall (1)
  6. James Hall (1)
  7. Garth Risk Hallberg (1)
  8. Richard Halpern (1)
  9. Martin Halter (1)
  10. Ian Hamilton (1)
  11. John H Hammill (2)
  12. M. J Hanak (1)
  13. Oscar Handlin (1)
  14. William S Haney (1)
  15. James S Hans (2)
  16. Robert J Hansen (1)
  17. Paul-Philipp Hanske (1)
  18. Ulrike Hanstein (1)
  19. Kelsie B Harder (1)
  20. William Harmon (2)
  21. Axel Harneit-Sievers (1)
  22. John P Harrington (1)
  23. Charles B Harris (1)
  24. Michael Harris (4)
  25. Richard Harris (1)
  26. Carl Hartman (1)
  27. Geoffrey H Hartman (1)
  28. Michael Hartnett (3)
  29. Lawrence Russell Harvey (1)
  30. Ulla Haselstein (1)
  31. Galena Hashhozheva (1)
  32. John Haskell (1)
  33. Ihab Hassan (2)
  34. Waïl Hassan (1)
  35. Hideaki Hatayama (4)
  36. Baxter Hathaway (1)
  37. Keita Hatooka (2)
  38. Richard Boyd Hauck (1)
  39. Gordon Hauptfleisch (1)
  40. Donald Hausdorff (1)
  41. Mark D Hawthorne (5)
  42. Akio Hayasaka (1)
  43. Fumiyo Hayashi (2)
  44. Katherine N Hayles (7)
  45. Doug Haynes (1)
  46. Peter L Hays (4)
  47. Maximilian Heinrich (1)
  48. Ursula Brigitta Katrina Heise (2)
  49. George Held (1)
  50. Arno Heller (1)
  51. Reinhard Helling (1)
  52. David Hellmann (1)
  53. Jeffrey Helterman (1)
  54. David W Henderson (1)
  55. Harry B Henderson (1)
  56. Josephine Hendin (5)
  57. Roger B Henkle (4)
  58. Dag Henrichsen (1)
  59. Philip Hensher (1)
  60. Nicholas Henson (1)
  61. John Heon (1)
  62. Michael Herbst (1)
  63. Luc Herman (47)
  64. Hendrick Hertzberg (1)
  65. Bruce I Herzberg (3)
  66. Bernd Herzogenrath (2)
  67. Achim Hescher (1)
  68. John Joseph Hess (1)
  69. Alfred Hickling (1)
  70. Granville Hicks (2)
  71. Hideo Higuchi (1)
  72. Hamlin Hill (1)
  73. Robert Ratcliff Hill (3)
  74. Rust Hills (1)
  75. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds (5)
  76. Robert A Hipkiss (1)
  77. Takaki Hiraishi (1)
  78. Christopher Hitchens (1)
  79. Molly Patricia Hite (12)
  80. Andrew Hoberek (1)
  81. Stephen G. B Hock (1)
  82. Barbara Hoffert (1)
  83. Frederick J Hoffman (1)
  84. Gerhard Hoffman (5)
  85. Helmut Höge (3)
  86. Charles Hohmann (1)
  87. Nick Holdstock (1)
  88. Carole A Holdsworth (6)
  89. Charles Hollander (10)
  90. Gregg Hollingshead (1)
  91. John R Holmes (1)
  92. Carmen W Holsberry (1)
  93. David Holt (1)
  94. Robert Holton (7)
  95. Eric Homberger (1)
  96. Bob Hoover (4)
  97. Brooke Kenton Horvath (7)
  98. Masamitsu Hosaka (1)
  99. Gerald Howard (1)
  100. Jeffrey Howard (1)
  101. Darcy E Howe (1)
  102. Sean Howe (1)
  103. Mitchum A Huehls (1)
  104. Kathryn Hume (13)
  105. John W Hunt (2)
  106. Kevin Hunt (1)
  107. Laird Hunt (1)
  108. Ludovic Hunter-Tilney (2)
  109. Patrick J Hurley (5)
  110. Gerd Hurm (1)
  111. Linda Hutcheon (1)
  112. Colin Hutchinson (2)
  113. Vernon Hyles (1)

Hackett, Jon. "Freedom, Force and Space: Pynchon's Politics of Aether." G.R.A.A.T. 3 (March 2008): 28-37.

Hackett, Jon. "Scattered all over the Zone: Pynchon's Nomadology." Actual/Virtual 10 (Autumn 2009).

Haferkamp, Leyla. "'Particle or Wave?': The 'Function' of the Prairie in Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Haferkamp, Leyla. "'Particle or Wave?': The 'Function' of the Prairie in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 307-322.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of Mason & Dixon." World Literature Today 71.4 (1997): 788-789.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." World Literature Today 54.1 (1980): 111-112.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of Vineland." World Literature Today 65.1 (1991): 115-116.

Hägg, Samuli. "Gravity's Rainbow Kerronnan Hierarkkisuuden Kommentaarina." Kohti Ymm . Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, Helsinki, Finland (2001): 10-31.

Hägg, Samuli. Narratologies of Gravity's Rainbow . University of Joensuu Publications, Joensuu, Finland (2005).

Hallberg, Garth Risk. "Hard-Boiled or Half-Baked? A Review of Pynchon's Inherent Vice." The Millions (31 August 2009).

Hall, Chris. "'Behind the hieroglyphic streets': Pynchon's Oedipa Maas and the Dialectics of Reading." Critique 33.1 (1991): 63-77.

Hall, James. "The New Pleasures of the Imagination." The Virginia Quarterly Review 46 (1970): 596-612.

Halpern, Richard. "The Academy as a Cultural Center?." The American Book Review 16.1 (1994): 24.

Halter, Martin. "Der Traum von der geraden Linie." Tages-Anzeiger (11 October 1999): Section Literatur: 2.

Hamilton, Ian. "Pynchon and on and on." The Sunday Telegraph (4 May 1997): 13.

Hammill, John H. "Confronting the Monolith: Authority and the Cold War in Gravity's Rainbow." Journal of American Studies 33.3 (1999): 417-436.

Hammill, John H. "Looking Back on Sodom: Sixties Sadomasochism in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique 41.1 (1999): 53-70.

Hanak, M. J. "A Few Glosses to Hitherto Unidentified Terms in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature 20.5 (1990): 2-3.

Handlin, Oscar. "Review of The Crying of Lot 49." Atlantic (May 1966): 127-128.

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

Hansen, Robert J. "Law, History, and the Subversion of Postwar America in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 589-608.

Hans, James S. "Emptiness and Plenitude in Bartleby the Scrivener and The Crying of Lot 49." Essays in Literature 23.2 (1995): 285-299.

Hans, James S. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Literature of Renewal." Essays in Literature 15.2 (1988): 267-284.

Hanske, Paul-Philipp. "Am Ende doch ein Dialektiker? Thomas-Pynchon-Forschertagen in München." Süddeutsche Zeitung 139 (17 June 2008): 14.

Hanstein, Ulrike and Philip Schulte. "Fly Me to the Moon! Raketen-Filme." Prüfstand 7: Das Buch zum Film . MaasMedia, Berlin, Germany (2002): 16-18.

Hardack, Richard B. "'Say Something Once, Why Say It Again?': Eternal Return and Free Indirect Radicalism in Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Harder, Kelsie B. "Names in Thomas Pynchon's V. ." Literary Onomastics Studies 5 (1978): 64-80.

Harmon, William. "'Ant-Fiction' in American Humor." The Comic Imagination in American Literature . Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States (1973): 373-383.

Harmon, William. "Review of Schaub (1981)." Southern Humanities Review 17 (1983): 379-381.

Harneit-Sievers, Axel. "Review of Das Schwarzkommando." International Journal of African Historical Studies 30.1 (1997): 222-224.

Harrington, John P. "Pynchon, Beckett, and Entropy: Uses of Metaphor." The Missouri Review 5.3 (1982): 129-138.

Harris, Charles B. "Death and Absurdity: Thomas Pynchon and the Entropic Vision." Contemporary American Novelists of the Absurd . College and University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States (1971): 76-99.

Harris, Michael. "Pynchon and Race: V. Reconsidered." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Harris, Michael. "Pynchon and Race: V. Reconsidered." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity . Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland (2013).

Harris, Michael. "Pynchon's Postcoloniality." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 199-214.

Harris, Michael. "The Tao of Thomas Pynchon." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Harris, Michael. "The Tao of Thomas Pynchon." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 213-230.

Harris, Michael. "To Historicize Is to Colonize: Colonialism in V. and Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 99-105.

Harris, Richard. "Pynchon's Demon - Information and Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49." Nagoya University Faculty of Commerce Journal 31.1 (1986): 251-273.

Hartman, Carl. "The Fellowship of the Roles." Contact 4 (July 1963): 73-75.

Hartman, Geoffrey H. "Literature High and Low: The Case of the Mystery Story." The Fate of Reading and Other Essais . University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States (1975): 203-222.

Hartnett, Michael. "A High School Record for Disturbing the Peace." Pynchon Notes 20-21 (Spring - Fall 1987): 115-120.

Hartnett, Michael. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Confrontation 62-63 (1997): 361-363.

Hartnett, Michael. "Thomas Pynchon's Long Island Years." Confrontation 30-31 (1985): 44-48.

Harvey , Lawrence Russell. "To Cry from Within or Without: Pynchon and the Modern- Postmodern Divide." ORBIT 2.1 (2013).

Haselstein, Ulla. "Heiliger Text, realer Text - Gravity''s Rainbow (Thomas Pynchon)." Stimme, Figur: Kritik und Restitution in der Literaturwissenschaft . Metzler, Stuttgart, Germany (1994): 71-87.

Hashhozheva, Galena. "The Mittelwerke: Site - Para-Site - Non-Site." Pynchon Notes 54-55 (Spring - Fall 2008): 137-153.

Haskell, John. "Pynchon Me, I'm Dreaming: A Sprawling, Overstuffed New Novel Brings us Anarchy in the U.S.A.." The Village Voice (5 December 2006).

Hassan, Ihab. Contemporary American Literature, 1945-1972: An Introduction . Ungar, New York, New York, United States (1973): 56, 81, 84-85, 171.

Hassan, Ihab. "The Futility Corner." Saturday Review (23 March 1963): 44.

Hassan, Waïl. "This is Not a Novel: The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 86-98.

Hatayama, Hideaki. "About Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. 1." Foreign Literature 38 (1990): 1-9.

Hatayama, Hideaki. "Commentary on 'An Errant Rocket, etc.'." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 80-81.

Hatayama, Hideaki. "Commentary on 'The Story of Byron the Bulb'." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 53-54.

Hatayama, Hideaki. "The Method and Style of Gravity's Rainbow." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 140.5 (1994): 219-220.

Hathaway, Baxter. "Hathaway Recalls Cornell Writers of the '50s." Cornell Daily Sun (5 May 1978): 31, 38.

Hatooka, Keita. "Gravity's Rainbow no ima." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 154.5 (August 2008): 299.

Hatooka, Keita. "Pynchon kenkyu to (chushaku)." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 154.2 (May 2008): 112.

Hauck, Richard Boyd. A Cheerful Nihilism: Confidence and 'The Absurd' in American Humorous Fiction . Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States (1971): 11, 237, 242-224.

Hauptfleisch, Gordon. "Book Review: Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." BlogCritics (20 July 2009).

Hausdorff, Donald. "Thomas Pynchon's Multiple Absurdities." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 7.3 (Autumn 1966): 258-269.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "A 'Hermaphrodite Sort of Deity': Sexuality, Gender, and Gender Blending in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Studies in the Novel 29.1 (1997): 74-93.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "'Hi! My Name Is Arnold Snarb!': Homosexuality in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 65-81.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Homoerotic Bonding as Escape from Heterosexual Responsibility in Pynchon's Slow Learner." Style 34.3 (2000): 512-529.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Imaginary Locales in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 77-90.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Pynchon's Early Labyrinths." College Literature 25.2 (1998): 78-93.

Hayasaka, Akio. "Text as Database - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Literature Research Journal 2 (1994): 43-53.

Hayashi, Fumiyo. "Fable of Rainbow and Arch - Reading A Fable Through Gravity's Rainbow." Foreign Language Research Journal 39.3 (1991): 186-209.

Hayashi, Fumiyo. "Grotesque in Gravity''s Rainbow / In Terms of Carnival." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 140.5 (1994): 223–224, 237.

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

Hayles, Katherine N. "Chapter 6. Caught in the Web: Cosmology and the Point of (No) Return in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Cosmic Web: Scientific Field Models and Literary Strategies in the Twentieth Century . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1984): 168-197.

Hayles, Katherine N. "Cosmology and the Point of (No) Return in Gravity's Rainbow." The Markham Review 12.4 (1983): 73-77.

Hayles, Katherine N. "Fractured Mandala: The Inescapable Ambiguities of Gravity's Rainbow. Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Pynchon Notes 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 129-132.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." Critique 32.2 (Winter 1990): 77-91.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): 14-30.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (2003): 217-233.

Haynes, Doug . "'allons enfants!': Pynchon’s Pornographies." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Haynes, Doug . "Under the Beach, the Paving-Stones! The Fate of Fordism in Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Critique 55.1 (Fall 2014): 1-16.

Haynes, Doug . "The Virtues of Vice: 'Black Humour' in Inherent Vice and Beyond." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Hays, Peter L. and Robert Redfield. "Fugues as a Structure in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Pacific Coast Philology 12 (1977): 50-55.

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

Hays, Peter L. "Pynchon's Entropy: A Russian Connection." Pynchon Notes 16 (Spring 1985): 78-82.

Hays, Peter L. and Robert Redfield. "Pynchon's Spanish Source for 'Entropy'." Studies in Short Fiction 16.4 (1979): 327-334.

Heinrich , Maximilian . "Roads Not Taken: Historical Crossroads And Their Potential In Against the Day." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Heinrich , Maximilian . "Roads Not Taken: Historical Crossroads and Ideology in Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity . Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland (2013).

Heise, Ursula B. "Δt: Time's Assembly in Gravity's Rainbow." Chronoschisms: Time, Narrative and Postmodernism . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (1997): 179-218.

Heise, Ursula B. "Gravity's Rainbow (Thomas Pynchon, 1973)." The Novel, Volume 2: Forms and Themes . Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States (2006): 926-932.

Held, George. "Men on the Moon: American Novelists Explore Lunar Space." Michigan Quarterly Review 18.2 (Spring 1979): 318-342.

Heller, Arno. "B.V.. Phantasien strucktureller Gewalt: Thomas Pynchon, Ken Kesey und Robert Coover." Gewaltphantasien: Untersuchungen zu einem Ph . Narr, Tübingen, Germany (1990): 209-238.

Helling, Reinhard. "'Ein Heulen kommt über den Himmel'." Stuttgarter Nachrichten (6 August 2009).

Hellmann, David. "Pynchon Throws Down the Gauntlet: Peripatetic Text won't be for Everyone, but has Rewards for those who Brave its Wildernesses." San Francisco Chronicle (10 December 2006).

Helterman, Jeffrey. Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow: A Critical Commentary . Monarch, New York, New York, United States (1976).

Henderson, David W. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Library Journal (1 June 1997): 150.

Henderson, Harry B. Versions of the Past: The Historical Imagination in American Fiction . Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States (1974): 277-285.

Hendin, Josephine. "Experimental Fiction." Harvard Guide to Contemporary American Writing . Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States (1979): 240-286.

Hendin, Josephine. "Thomas Pynchon and Western Man." Vulnerable People (1978): 191-209.

Hendin, Josephine. "What Is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon . G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1981): 42-50.

Hendin, Josephine. "What is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Harper's Magazine 3 (March 1975): 82-90.

Hendin, Josephine. "What is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 37-46.

Henkle, Roger B. "The Morning and the Evening Funnies: Comedy in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow . Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States (1983): 273-290.

Henkle, Roger B. "Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow: Love Among the Runes, or Miltonic in Gloaming." Modern Language Association (28 December 1975).

Henkle, Roger B. "Pynchon's Tapestries on the Western Wall." Modern Fiction Studies 17.2 (1971): 207-220.

Henkle, Roger B. "Pynchon's Tapestries on the Western Wall." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays . Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1978).

Henkle, Roger B. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater, and Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark Richard Siegel." Modern Fiction Studies 25.2 (1979): 340-342.

Henrichsen, Dag. Das Schwarzkommando: Thomas Pynchon und die Geschichte der Herero . Aisthesis, Bielefeld, Germany (1995).

Hensher, Philip. "The Best Novel of the Decade." Spectator (3 May 1997): 35-36.

Henson, Nicholas. "California Traverses: Lines of Resistance in Pynchon's Vineland and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon . Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 43-62.

Heon, John. "Surveying the Punch Line: Jokes and their Relation to the American Racial Unconscious/Conscience in Mason & Dixon and the Liner Notes to Spiked!." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2003): 147-171.

Herbst, Michael. "Vineland. Thomas Pynchon." Buchkritik (s.d.).

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Acknowledgements." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): vii-viii.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "'An all-embracing incompetency for dealing with the opposite sex’: Family sitcom removed from the V. typescript." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Herman, Luc. "Antwerp and the Representation of the Holocaust in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 106-113.

Herman, Luc. "'Approach and Avoid': Introduction." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 9-13.

Herman, Luc. "Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 1-342.

Herman, Luc. "Blijven hangen in de Sixties?." nY 1.3 (2009): 462-469.

Herman, Luc. "Briefing, from Hell, for a Descent into Germany: Father Rapier in Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon." Sans Everything: Essays on English Literature, Philosophy and Culture in Honour of Guido Kums and Hugo Roeffaers . Acco, Leuven, Belgium (2004): 81-87.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Brown's Polymorphous Perversity and Marcuse's Repressive Tolerance." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 42-50.

Herman, Luc. "California suite. Thomas Pynchon en de beeldmedia." Andere Sinema 114 (1993): 40-45.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "Chapter One. Monkey Business: The Chapter “Millennium” Removed from an Early Version of 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): 13-30.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Controlling Slothrop." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 92-105.

Herman, Luc and Bruno F. Arich-Gerz. "Darstellungen von Dora. Thomas Pynchons Gravity's Rainbow im Spannungsfeld von fiktionalen, historiographischen und erinnerungsbasierten Repr." Arcadia 39.2 (2004): 390-409.

Herman, Luc. "Early Pynchon." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 19-29.

Herman, Luc. "Een encyclopedie van de twintigste eeuw." Nieuw Wereldtijdschrift 10.2 (1993): 75-77.

Herman, Luc. "Enzian's Meditation on Technology in Gravity's Rainbow." Rivista di studi anglo-americani 10.8 (1994): 556-562.

Herman, Luc. "Het faillliet van de rechte lijn." De Morgen (29 May 1997): 23.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "Fast Learner: The V. Typescript at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 49.1 (Spring 2007): 1-20.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "From the Ground Up: The Evolution of the South-West Africa Chapter in Pynchon's V.." Contemporary Literature 47.2 (Summer 2006): 261-288.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Fromm and the Neo-Freudian Library." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 24-33.

Herman, Luc and Petrus van Ewijk. "Gravity's Encyclopedia Revisited : The Illusion of a Totalizing System in Gravity's Rainbow." English Studies 90.2 (2009): 167-179.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013).

Herman, Luc and Bruno F. Arich-Gerz. "Hyperfiction, the Pyndustry, and Luhmann's Systems Theory." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 54.3 (2006): 299-311.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Index." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 247-258.

Herman, Luc. "Inleiding." Yang 28.1 (January-March 1992): 5-10.

Herman, Luc. "L'ipertesto e L'arcobaleno della gravità." La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon . Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy (2003): 119-128.

Herman, Luc. "Land of the Free." De Morgen (16 August 1991): 19.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "The Law and the Liberation of Fantasy." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 72-81.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Liberating Narration." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 159-175.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "The Logic of the Camp." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 128-150.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Marcuse: (No) Chances for Freedom in Advanced Industrial Society." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 34-41.

Herman, Luc and Bart Vervaeck. "Narrative Interest as Cultural Negotiation." Narrative 17.1 (2009): 111-129.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Notes." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 223-246.

Herman, Luc. "Opening Remarks." Gravity's Rainbow (8-9 June 1998).

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon Is Not a Narratologist." Pynchon Notes 54-55 (Spring - Fall 2008): 261-267.

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon's Appeal to the Canon in the Final Version of V.." Reading Without Maps? Cultural Landmarks in a Post-Canonical Age: A Tribute to Gilbert De Busscher . Peter Lang, Bern, Switserland (2005): 291-303.

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon, Postmodernism and Quantification: An Empirical Content Analysis of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Language and Literature (2003): 27-41.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "Race in Early Pynchon: Rewriting Sphere in V.." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Herman, Luc. "Storyworld and Historiographic Metafiction: Belgium in Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon . Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 173-192.

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon. De veiling van nummer 49." De Morgen (9 July 1993).

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon." Engelstalige literatuur na 1945: Deel 2. Andere Continenten . Peeters, Leuven, Belgium (2004): 165-182.

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon." Routledge Encyclopedia of Postmodernism . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2001): 324-325.

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon." Yang 28.1 (January-March 1992): 1-106.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "'Too Late' (A Conclusion)." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom 15 December. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2013): 215-221.

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