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

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Iannone, Carole. "Pynchon's Progress." Commentary (April 1990): 58-59.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Einleitung." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981): 7-15.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Das ganze Leben ist ein Quiz: Ein Heulen kommt über den Himmel. Der Weltverschlüssler Thomas Pynchon und seine Romane." Die Welt (7 May 1997): 9.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Haunted by Ghosts of a Dream: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Amerikastudien 44.4 (1999): 555-568.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "History, Utopia and Transcendence in the Space-Time of Against the Day." Pynchon Notes 54-55 (Spring - Fall 2008): 216-244.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "History, Utopia, and Transcendence in the Spacetime of Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Musik simultanen Geschehens." 10.9 (September 2008).

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Plot, Conspiracy, and the Reign of Chance: The Fantastic as History in Pynchon's Novels." Faces of Fiction: Essays on American Literature and Culture from the Jacksonian Period to Postmodernity . C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany (2001): 393–424.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Plot, Komplott oder Herrschaft des Zufalls. Die Findung und Erfindung von Geschichte im postmodernen amerikanischen Roman." Postmoderne-globale Differenz . Suhrkamp, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (1991): 265-277 [passim].

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Der postmoderne Roman als (meta)historische Fiktion offener Geschichte. John Barth und Thomas Pynchon." Der amerikanische Roman im 20. Jahrhundert: Transformation des Mimetischen . Wissenschaftliche, Darmstadt, Germany (1998): 141-150.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Review of Pynchon's Poetics." Amerikastudien 39.4 (1994): 624-625.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Setting Sail Against the Day: The Narrative World of Thomas Pynchon." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 35-48.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Technologie, Geschichte und offene Romanform. Pynchons Gravity's Rainbow." Medien und Maschinen: Literatur im technischen Zeitalter . Rombach, Freiburg, Germany (1991): 258–270.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Thomas Pynchon, Die Versteigerung von No. 49." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981).

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Thomas Pynchon. The Crying of Lot 49." Amerikanische Erzaehlliterratur 1950-1970 . Fink, Munich, Germany (1975): 126-141.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Trash and Collage: The City in Post-Modern American Fiction." Faces of Fiction: Essays on American Literature and Culture from the Jacksonian Period to Postmodernity . C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany (2001): 331–351 (331, 337, 342–346, 350–351).

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Trash and Collage: The City in Post-Modern American Fiction." Over Here 10.1 (1991): 7–23 (15–18 and passim).

Ikesawa , Natsuki. "The Navigability of V.." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 176-191.

Ingendaay, Paul. "Herz des Sklavenstaates." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (7 May 1997): 41.

Ingraffia, Brian D. "Is the Postmodern Post-Secular? The Parody of Religious Quests in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Don DeLillo's White Noise." Postmodern Philosophy and Christian Thought . Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States (1999): 44-68.

Ingraham, Catherine T. "A Practical Duplicity." Pynchon Notes 12 (June 1983): 52-55.

Ingram, Lynette E. "Pynchon Maps History of a Country Divided." Nashville Banner (30 July 1997): D4.

Ingram, Ryan. "Novel weaves a dark web of 9/11 paranoia." Vancouver Sun (26 October 2013).

Iraklis Tsatsoulis, Christos. "Unsupervised text mining methods for literature analysis: A case study for Thomas Pynchon's V.." ORBIT 1.2 (2012).

Irmer, Thomas. "Nach der Rakete nun die Glotze." Kreuzer (August 1993): 64.

Irmer, Thomas. "Thomas Pynchon. Wanda Tinasky." Chelsea Hotel 10 (1997): 134-137.

Irmer, Thomas. "Thomas Pynchon." Moving Pictures, Moving Histories: Der historische Roman in der Literatur der amerikanischen Postmoderne . Narr, Tübingen, Germany (1995): 110-148.

Irmer, Thomas. "War er es?." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (31 October 1997): 37.

Irwin, Mark T. "Hieroglyphs of Revelation: Thomas Browne and Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 22-23 (Spring - Fall 1988): 47-56.

Irwin, Mark T. "A Note On 'Porky Pig and the Anarchist' in The Crying of Lot 49 and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 28-29 (Spring - Fall 1991): 55-57.

Isaacs, Neil D. "Fiction Night at the Comedy Club." New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly 11.3 (1989): 305–319 (305–307).

Isaacs, Neil D. "Thomas Pynchon: Old Myths, New Frontiers." Essays on the Contemporary American Novel . Max Hueber, Munich, Germany (1986): 183-203.

Isaki, Hiroshi. "Heisoku Jyokyo to no Tatakai. 1960 Nendai no Mittsu no Shosetsu ni Okeru 'Kyoki'." Amerika Bungaku to Kyoki . Eihosha, Tokyo, Japan (2000): 175-191.

Isernhagen, Hartwig. "Clichés at the Edge of the Zone? Southern Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in the Fictional Geography of Gravity's Rainbow." Images of Central Europe in Travelogues and Fiction by North American Writers . Stauffenberg Verlag, Tübingen, Germany (1995): 249–260.

Isernhagen, Hartwig. "Modernism/Postmodernism: Continuities of a 'Split' Repertoire of Narrative Themes and Strategies: [A Provisional Restatement of a Traditional View of Twentieth Century Literary Avant-gardism]." Critical Angles: European Views of Contemporary American Literature . Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States (1986): 15-28 [21-23].

Ishiwari, Takayoshi. "Anti-Oedipa. Masochism, Self-Portrait, and The Crying of Lot 49." Eibungaku Kenkyu (Studies in English Literature) 76.2 (1999): 125-140.

Ishiwari, Takayoshi. "Masochism, Self-Portrait, and How (Not) to Survive Capitalism: The Crying of Lot 49." Postmodern Metamorphosis: Capitalism and the Subject in Contemporary American Fiction . Eihosha, Tokyo, Japan (2001): 31–48, 145–149.

Isle, Walter. "Acts of Willful Play." Auctor Ludens: Essays on Play in Literature . J. Benjamins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (1986): 63–74 (64–65, 66–67, 72).

Isle, Walter. "The Large Loose Baggy Monsters of William Gaddis and Thomas Pynchon." Modern Language Association (28 December 1976).

Italie, Hillel. "Pynchon Fans Still Passionate About Publicity-shy Author." The Globe and Mail (11 November 2006).

Iudicello, Kathleen. "Intruding Worlds and the Epileptic Word: Pynchon's Dialogue with the Laws of Surrealism and New Physics." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 505-518.

Ivison, Douglas. "Outhouses of the European Soul: Imperialism in Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 134-143.

Ivry, Bob. "Pondering the Enigma of Pynchon." Record (7 May 1997): YT1, YT12.

Iwasaki, Hiroshi. "A Miracle in The Crying of Lot 49." English/English Literature Journal 21 (1991): 5-19.

Iwasaki, Hiroshi. "Meaning of Pursuit in The Crying of Lot 49." Gakushuin University Literature Department Annual Report 38 (1991): 71-84.