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

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Jackson, Robert. "Intertextualism: The Case of Pynchon and Patrick White." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 60-104.

Jackson, Rosemary. "From Kafka's 'Metamorphosis' to Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Fantasy: The Literature of Subversion . Methuen, New York, New York, United States (1981): 157-170.

Jacobs, Ron. "Back in the Aether Again." Counterpunch (November 18-19 2006).

Jacobs, Ron. "Back in the Aether Again: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Dissident Voice (20 November 2006).

Jacobs, Tim. "Book Review: Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The National Post (15 August 2009).

Jardine, Alice A. Gynesis: Configurations of Women and Modernity . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1986): 247-252.

Jarvis, Brian. "Notes from Underground: Thomas Pynchon." Postmodern Cartographies: The Geographical Imagination in Contemporary American Culture . St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States (1997): 51-79.

Jarvis, Christina. "The Vietnamization of World War II in Slaughterhouse-Five and Gravity's Rainbow." War, Literature, and the Arts 15.1-2 (2003): 95-117.

Jarvis, Michael. "Pynchon's Deep Web." Los Angeles Review of Books (10 September 2013).

Jarvis, Michael. "Very Nice Indeed: Cyprian Latewood's Masochistic Sublime, and the Religious Pluralism of Against the Day." ORBIT 1.2 (2012).

Jayne, Edward. "The Dialectis of Paranoid Form." Genre 11.1 (Spring 1978): 131-157.

Jelinek, Elfriede. "Avant-Propos." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 13-47.

Jelinek, Elfriede. "Kein Licht am Ende des Tunnels. Nachrichten ueber Thomas Pynchon." Manuskripte 15.H52 (1976): 36-44.

Jenkins, Ronald A. "Systemic Waste and the Body Boundary in Pynchon's Fiction." Pynchon Notes 28-29 (Spring - Fall 1991): 91-110.

Jensen, Bo Green. "A Screaming Comes Across the Sky." Vinduet 40.1 (1986): 10-17.

Johnson, Malcolm L. "Delineating the New World in Mason & Dixon." Hartford Courant (11 May 1997): G3.

Johnston, John. "An American Book of the Dead: Media and Spectral Life in Vineland." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation . Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (1998): 206-232.

Johnston, John. "An American Book of the Dead: Media and the Unconscious in Vineland." Pynchon Notes 34-35 (Spring - Fall 1994): 20-37.

Johnston, John. "Information and Mediality: The Novel as Psychic Apparatus." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation . Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (1998): 38-58.

Johnston, John. "Mediality in Vineland and Neuromancer." Reading Matters: Narrative in the New Media Ecology . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1997): 173-192.

Johnston, John. "Post-Cinematic Fiction: Film in the Novels of Pynchon, McElroy, and DeLillo." The New Orleans Review 17.2 (1990): 90-97.

Johnston, John. "Postmodern Theory/Postmodern Fiction." Clio 16.2 (Winter 1987): 139-158.

Johnston, John. "Pynchon's 'Zone': A Postmodern Multiplicity." Arizona Quarterly 46.3 (1990): 91-122.

Johnston, John. "Representation and Multiplicity in Four Postmodern American Novels." Critical Essays on American Postmodernism . G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1995): 169-181 [174-176, 179].

Johnston, John. "Rocket-State Assemblage: Gravity's Rainbow." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation . Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (1998): 61-96.

Johnston, John. "Toward the Schizo-text: Paranoia as Semiotic Regime in The Crying of Lot 49." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 . Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States (1991): 47-78.

Jones, Helen. "Review of The Letters of Wanda Tinasky." Anderson Valley Advertiser (24 July 1996): 8.

Jones, Malcolm. "The Master Surveyor." Newsweek (28 April 1997): 77.

Jones, Malcolm. "Pynchon on the Installment Plan." Newsweek (17 November 2006).

Jones, Malcolm. "Pynchon's Shaggy-Dog Story." Newsweek (8 January 1990): 66.

Jones, Nicolette. "Pynchon Is Back, but So Is Roddy Llewellyn." The Daily Telegraph (28 December 1996): 3.

Jones, Thomas. "Call It Capitalism." London Review of Books 31.17 (10 September 2009).

Jones, Thomas. "Short Cuts." London Review of Books 25 (8 May 2003).

Jordal, Preben. "The Savage Flower - Reading Pynchon Reading Rilke." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway (2002): 103-123.

Jordan, Clive. "World Enough, and Time." Encounter (February 1974): 61-64.

Juan-Navarro, Santiago. "Conspiracy Theory: Chronic Psychoses in Contemporary Metafiction." Nor Shall Diamond Die: American Studies in Honour of Javier Coy . Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain (2003): 247–252.

Jukiri, Stephen and Alan Nadel. "'How Do You Spell Reality?' 'O-U-T-A-S-E' ': Or How I Learned to Stop Gravity's Rainbow and Start Worrying." Pynchon Notes 26-27 (Spring - Fall 1990): 81-90.

Jury, Louise. "The Mystery of Pynchon." The Independent (17 August 2006): News: 30.

Justus, James H. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." American Literature 51.4 (1980): 582-583.