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

Last Name starting with M

  1. Matthew Mac Kay (1)
  2. Alfred MacAdam (1)
  3. Hugh MacDonald (1)
  4. Carl MacDougall (1)
  5. Douglas A Mackey (1)
  6. Louis Mackey (7)
  7. Heather Mackie (1)
  8. Scott MacLeod (1)
  9. Anthony Macris (1)
  10. Bill MacVicar (1)
  11. Gene Maddaus (2)
  12. Deborah L Madsen (10)
  13. Madoka Maeda (1)
  14. Claude Maissonat (1)
  15. Peter Malekin (1)
  16. Irving Malin (1)
  17. Simon Malpas (1)
  18. Anne Mangel (2)
  19. Anne Mangen (2)
  20. Pekka Manninen (1)
  21. Susan Manning (1)
  22. Eva Manske (1)
  23. Pamela Mansutti (1)
  24. Georgios Maragos (3)
  25. Steven Marcus (2)
  26. Harry S Marks (1)
  27. Antonio Marquez (4)
  28. David Marriott (2)
  29. Adam Mars-Jones (1)
  30. Alan Marshall (1)
  31. Andy Martin (1)
  32. Reginald Martin (1)
  33. Richard Martin (1)
  34. Tim Martin (3)
  35. Olivia Martin-Phillips (1)
  36. María Ángeles Martínez (3)
  37. Trevor Jay Martinson (1)
  38. Daisy Maryles (1)
  39. Ursula März (1)
  40. John Albert Mascaro (3)
  41. Fran Mason (2)
  42. Paul Mason (1)
  43. Alex Massie (3)
  44. Leopoldo Mateo (1)
  45. Kenneth Mathieson (1)
  46. Naomi Matsuoka (1)
  47. Stephan Mattesich (12)
  48. Anne M Matthews (1)
  49. Brice Matthieusent (2)
  50. Ernst Matthijs (1)
  51. Derek Craig Maus (1)
  52. Marilyn Maxwell (1)
  53. John R May (1)
  54. George Mayberry (1)
  55. Ruth Mayer (1)
  56. Beat Mazenauer (1)
  57. Raymond Allen Mazurek (2)
  58. Alex McAulay (1)
  59. Em McAvan (1)
  60. E. L McCallum (1)
  61. William McCarron (20)
  62. James I McClintock (2)
  63. Scott McClintock (3)
  64. John A McClure (5)
  65. Jocelyn McClurg (1)
  66. Brian McCombie (1)
  67. Frank D McConnell (9)
  68. Will McConnell (1)
  69. Riley McDonald (1)
  70. Tom McDonough (1)
  71. Edwin McDowell (2)
  72. Brad McDuffie (1)
  73. Bernard McElroy (1)
  74. Joseph McElroy (1)
  75. Patric McElwain (1)
  76. Jason T McEntee (1)
  77. Angus McFadzean (1)
  78. Celia McGee (2)
  79. Brian McHale (25)
  80. Alec McHoul (6)
  81. Patrick McHugh (1)
  82. Christopher J McKenna (1)
  83. Elisabeth McKetta (1)
  84. Robert L McLaughlin (15)
  85. Scott McLemee (3)
  86. Sam McManis (1)
  87. James McManus (2)
  88. Eugene McNamara (1)
  89. Clifford Mead (12)
  90. Dana Medoro (8)
  91. Jeffrey L Meikle (4)
  92. Christel Melander (1)
  93. James M Mellard (1)
  94. Timothy Daniel Melley (3)
  95. Richard Melo (1)
  96. Richard Meltzer (1)
  97. Louis Menand (3)
  98. Edward Mendelson (18)
  99. Karl Menges (1)
  100. Marilyn E Mercer (1)
  101. Robert Merrill (2)
  102. David R Mesher (3)
  103. Corey Mesler (1)
  104. Eric Meyer (1)
  105. Peter Middleton (1)
  106. David Mikics (1)
  107. Laurent Milesi (1)
  108. William Baird Millard (3)
  109. Anthony Miller (2)
  110. Bernard Miller (1)
  111. Emma V Miller (1)
  112. James E Miller (1)
  113. John Miller (2)
  114. Joseph Hillis Miller (1)
  115. Keith Miller (1)
  116. Laura Miller (3)
  117. John Mills (1)
  118. Franco Minganti (1)
  119. Donata Minorowicz (1)
  120. Bob Minzesheimer (1)
  121. Thomas Mirkowicz (1)
  122. Arkadiusz Misztal (2)
  123. David T Mitchell (1)
  124. Jim Mitchell (1)
  125. Susan Mitchell (1)
  126. Stuart Mitchner (1)
  127. Takao Miyake (1)
  128. Yoichiro Miyamoto (6)
  129. Arthur Mizener (3)
  130. Albert Mobilio (1)
  131. Giorgio Mobilio (1)
  132. Hannah Möckel-Rieke (1)
  133. Debra Ann Moddelmog (2)
  134. Klaus Modick (1)
  135. Utku Mogultay (15)
  136. Charles Molesworth (1)
  137. Tamás Molnár Gábor (1)
  138. Fran Monti (1)
  139. Rick Moody (4)
  140. Barbara Mooney (1)
  141. Ted Mooney (1)
  142. Michael Moorcock (3)
  143. George B Moore (1)
  144. John Moore (1)
  145. Steven Moore (12)
  146. Thomas Moore (8)
  147. Jacques Moran (1)
  148. Jay P Moran (2)
  149. Christian Moraru (3)
  150. Edward M Morgan (2)
  151. Speer Morgan (3)
  152. Samuel Elliot Morison (2)
  153. T. L. Morozova (1)
  154. Brian Morris (1)
  155. Paul Duncan Morris (2)
  156. Philip Morrison (2)
  157. Brian Morton (3)
  158. Matthias Mosch (1)
  159. Matthias Mösch (1)
  160. Daniel Moshenberg (1)
  161. Richard J Moss (3)
  162. Stuart Moulthrop (3)
  163. John Mowat (2)
  164. Kurt Mueller (2)
  165. William R Mueller (1)
  166. Alexander Müller (1)
  167. Kyoko Murakami (3)
  168. John L Murphy (1)
  169. John M Muste (4)
  170. Marsa C Myers (1)

Mac Kay, Matthew. "Mindless Pleasures." Pynchon Notes 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 105-109.

MacAdam, Alfred. "Pynchon as Satirist: To Write, To Mean." The Yale Review 67.4 (1978): 555-566.

MacDonald, Hugh. "Breathtaking Maze from Man of Mystery." The Herald . The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom (9 December 2006): Guide: 6.

MacDougall, Carl. "The Myth of Mystery." The Herald . The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom (24 May 1997): 15.

Mackey, Douglas A. Rainbow Quest of Thomas Pynchon . Bongo Press, San Bernardino, California, United States (1980).

Mackey, Louis. An Ancient Quarrel Continued: The Troubled Marriage of Philosophy and Literature . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2002): 153-194.

Mackey, Louis. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Economy of Preterition." The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, by William Pynchon [1650] : Facsimile edition . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (1992): xxxi-xli.

Mackey, Louis. "Jissom on the Reports: A Thoroughly Post-Modern Pynchon. Review of Writing Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 143-153.

Mackey, Louis. "Paranoia, Pynchon, and Preterition." Substance 30 (1981): 16-30.

Mackey, Louis. "Paranoia, Pynchon, and Preterition." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 53-67.

Mackey, Louis. "Review of Chambers's Thomas Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction 13.2 (1993): 268-269.

Mackey, Louis. "Thomas Pynchon and the American Dream." Pynchon Notes 14 (February 1984): 7-22.

Mackie, Heather. "Pynchon's 'Humongous, Bloated Jigsaw Puzzle'." Business Day (20 January 2007): Arts: 6.

MacLeod, Scott. "Playgrounds of Detection: The Californian Private Eye in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Inherent Vice." Pynchon’s California . University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States (2014): 113-134.

Macris, Anthony. "Slapstick Allegory for Troubled Times." The Sydney Morning Herald (15 December 2006): Spectrum: 32.

Macura, Sergei. "Empire and its Discontent: Third Space, Anxiety and Paranoia in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

MacVicar, Bill. "Early Finger Exercises Rescued from Oblivion." The Globe and Mail (30 June 1984): 17.

Maddaus, Gene. "Fictionalized Manhattan Beach comes to life in Pynchon novel." Contra Costa Times (8 August 2009).

Maddaus, Gene. "Fictionalized Manhattan Beach comes to life in Pynchon novel." Daily Breeze (8 August 2009).

Madsen, Deborah L. "Alterity." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 146-155.

Madsen, Deborah L. "The Business of Living: Gravity's Rainbow, Evolution, and the Advancement of Capitalism." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 144-158.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Colonial Legacies: The Pynchons of Springfield and the Hawthornes of Salem." Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2000): 49-69.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Colonialism on the Couch." Times Higher Education (23 May 1997): 22.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Contemporary Interpretations of Exceptionalism." American Exceptionalism . University of Mississipi Press, Jackson, Mississipi, United States (1998): 146–167.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Family Legacies: Identifying the Traces of Judge William Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow." Gravity's Rainbow (8-9 June 1998).

Madsen, Deborah L. "Family Legacies: Identifying the Traces of William Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 29-48.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Narratives of the Visto: Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 229-238.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Postmodern Perspectives: Subversions of the American Columbiad." Visions of America Since 1492 . Leicester University Press, Leicester, United Kingdom (1994): 145–157.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Pynchon's Quest Narratives and the Tradition of American Romance." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 25-30.

Madsen, Deborah L. The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon . St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States (1991).

Maeda, Madoka. "Thomas Pynchon - Plot and Paranoia." Education Journal 20.1 (1983): 25-73.

Maissonat, Claude. "The Artist as Scavenger: Inconclusiveness and Reflexivity in 'Low-Lands'." Thomas Pynchon . Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 223-240.

Malekin, Peter. "The Self, the Referent, and the Real in Science Fiction and the Fantastic: Lem, Pynchon, Kubin, and Delany." Contours of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Eighth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts . Greenwood, New York, New York, United States (1990): 29-36.

Malin, Irving. "Foreshadowing the Text." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 27-42.

Malpas, Simon and Christopher Tayler. "Thomas Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon . Manchester University Press, Manchester, United Kingdom (2013).

Mangel, Anne. "Maxwell's Demon, Entropy, Information: The Crying of Lot 49." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon . Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1976): 87-100.

Mangel, Anne. "Maxwell's Demon, Entropy, Information: The Crying of Lot 49." Triquarterly 20 (1971): 194-208.

Mangen, Anne and Rolf Gaasland. "Preface." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway (2002): 7-12.

Mangen, Anne. "Thomas Pynchon's Writing Space: Gravity's Rainbow as Pseudo-Hypertext." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway (2002): 139-162.

Manninen, Pekka. "Thomas Pynchon. Tuntemattoman Kirjailijan Tiiliskivimonumentti." Tähtivaeltaja 17.4 (1998): 9-15.

Manning, Susan. "'The Plots of God Are Perfect': Poe's Eureka and American Creative Nihilism." Journal of American Studies 23.2 (1989): 235–251 (246–51).

Manske, Eva. "History and Fabulation." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 35.2 (1987): 136–46 (141–44 and passim).

Mansutti, Pamela. "Il 'riciclaggio allegorico' del cinema in Gravity''s Rainbow di Thomas Pynchon." La parola filmica: Intertestualità e cinefilia nel romanzo postmoderno . Campanotto, Pasian di Udine, Italy (2008).

Maragos, Georgios. ""For every They there ought to be a We": The (Almost) Equivalence of Power and Resistance in Mason & Dixon and Against the Day." ORBIT 2.2 (2014).

Maragos, Georgios. "'A Medium no Longer': How Communication and Information Become Objectives in Thomas Pynchon's Works." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Maragos, Georgios. "A Medium No Longer: How Communication and Information Become Objectives in Thomas Pynchon's Worlks." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 167-184.

Maragos, Georgios. "Moving Images: Light-capturing Technologies, Reality, and the Individual in Thomas Pynchon's Twentieth Century." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Maragos, Georgios. "Moving Images: Light-capturing Technologies, Reality, and the Individual in Thomas Pynchon's Twentieth Century." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity . Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland (2013).

Maragos, Georgios. "'[C]omputer horror tales’: The Evolution of the Internet in Thomas Pynchon’s Universe." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Marcus, Steven. "Reading the Illegible: Modern Representations of Urban Experience." The Southern Review 22.3 (1986): 443-464 [459-464].

Marcus, Steven. "Reading the Illegible: Some Modern Representations of Urban Experience." Visions of the Modern City: Essays in History, Art, and Literature . Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States (1983): 228–243.

Marks, Gregory Stephen. "From Isolation to Affirmation: Love of the World in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Marks, Harry S. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." College Literature 7.1 (1980): 74-76.

Marquez, Antonio. "The Cinematic Imagination in Thomas Pynchon's "Gravity's Rainbow" ." Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 33.4 (Autumn 1979): 165-179 .

Marquez, Antonio. "The Cinematic Imagination in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." RMMLA Convention 33.4 (1979): 165-179.

Marquez, Antonio. "Everything Is Connected: Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 9 (1983): 92-104.

Marquez, Antonio. "The Nightmare of History and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Essays in Literature 8.1 (1981): 53-62.

Marquez, Antonio. "Review of Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark Richard Siegel." RMMLA Convention 33.2 (1979): 82.

Marquez, Antonio. "Technologique in Gravity's Rainbow." Research Studies 48.1 (1980): 1-10.

Marquez, Antonio. "Technologique in Gravity's Rainbow." RMMLA Convention (October 1978).

Marriott, David. "Gravity's Rainbow: Apocryphal History Or Historical Apocrypha?." Journal of American Studies 19.1 (1985): 69-80.

Marriott, David. "Moviegoing." Pynchon Notes 16 (Spring 1985): 46-77.

Mars-Jones, Adam. "How a Quaker gets his Oats." The Observer (15 June 1997): 17.

Marshall, Alan. "The 'Making of the Reader' and the Withdrawal of the World: Cavell, Pynchon, Sedgwick, Scepticism." Critical Quarterly 45.3 (2003): 52-59.

Martin-Phillips, Olivia. "Review of The Bleeding of America." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 22.2 (2003): 417–419.

Martin, Andy. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent (31 July 2009).

Martínez, María Á. "Experiencing Against the Day Through a Teenage Storyworld Possible Self." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Martínez, María Á. "The Foregrounding Function of Nominalizations in Narrative Discourse: A Case Study of Pynchon's 'Under the Rose' and V., Chapter 3." Fifty Years of English Studies in Spain (2003): 655-662.

Martínez, María Á. "From 'Under the Rose' to V.: A Linguistic Approach to Human Agency in Pynchon's Fiction." Poetics Today 23.4 (2002): 633–656.

Martínez, María Á. "Function and Linguistic Organization: An Analysis of Character and Setting in Thomas Pynchon's 'Under the Rose' Rewritten in V.." Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 4 (1996): 105-129.

Martin, Reginald. "In the Matrix: Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 198-200.

Martin, Richard. "Clio Bemused: The Uses of History in Contemporary American Fiction." Substance 27 (1980): 13-24.

Martinson, Trevor Jay. "The Hyperobject's Atomization of "Self" in Gravity's Rainbow." ORBIT 3.1 (2015).

Martin, Tim. "Enigma Variations." The Canberra Times (8 December 2006): A11-A12.

Martin, Tim. "Gweetings, Gentlemen: Against the Day, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent (26 November 2006).

Martin, Tim. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." The Telegraph (27 July 2007).

Maryles, Daisy. "Behind the Bestsellers." Publishers' Weekly (19 May 1997): 16.

März, Ursula. "Mason & Dixon, Tag & Nacht." Die Zeit (18 November 1999): 59-60.

Mascaro, John A. "Kant Touch This: Joseph Tabbi's Postmodern Sublime." Studies in the Novel 31.4 (1999): 506-515 [passim].

Mascaro, John A. "Listing Lists: Review of Gatsby's Party and A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 214-226.

Mascaro, John A. "Who's Reading Whose Reading? Review of Literature and Domination." Pynchon Notes 34-35 (Spring - Fall 1994): 188-191.

Mason, Fran. ""Just a Bunch of Stuff That Happened": Narratives of Resistance in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 167-180.

Mason, Fran. ""Just a Bunch of Stuff That Happened": Narratives of Resistance in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 167-180.

Mason, Francis A. "Just a Bunch of Stuff that Happened: Narratives of Resistance in Gravity's Rainbow." Gravity's Rainbow (8-9 June 1998).

Mason, Paul. "Is this Thomas Pynchon's 'late style'?." Idle Scrawl (31 July 2009).

Massie, Alex. "The Fashionable Reader's Choice." The Daily Telegraph (2 June 1997): 15.

Massie, Alex. "Pynchon Novel: Newest Unread Stylish Stout?." Chicago Sun-Times (15 June 1997): Section Sho: 13.

Massie, Alex. "Shy novelist delivers sixth book - and wishes his readers luck." The Telegraph (20 November 2006): News: 15.

Mateo, Leopoldo. "La Vision Apocaliptica de Thomas Pynchon." Actas del Primer Congreso de la AEDEAN . University of Granada, Granada, Spain (1978): 49-52.

Mathieson, Kenneth. "The Influence of Science Fiction in the Contemporary American Novel." Science Fiction Studies 12.1 (1985): 22-32 [30-31].

Matsuoka, Naomi. "Pynchon and Oe: Contemporary Conspiracies and World War II." The Conscience of Humankind: Literature and Traumatic Experiences . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2000): 375-381.

Mattesich, Stephan. "A Close Reading of Episode 19, part I, of Gravity's Rainbow." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 95-132.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Conclusion: Towards a Theory of the Counterculture." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 246-254.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Docile Bodies and the Body Without Organs." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 133-206.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Ekphrasis, Escape, and Countercultural Desire in The Crying of Lot 49." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 43-69.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Imperium, Misogyny, and Postmodern Parody in Thomas Pynchon's V.." ELH 65.2 (1998): 503.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Imperium, Misogyny, and Postmodern Parody in V.." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 23-42.

Mattesich, Stephan. Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002).

Mattesich, Stephan. "Notes." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 255.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Telluric Texts, Implicate Spaces." Postmodern Culture 8.1 (September 1997).

Mattesich, Stephan. "Totality and the Repetition of Difference." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 207-230.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Turning Around the Origin in Gravity's Rainbow: Parody, Preterition, Paranoia and Other Polymera." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 70-94.

Mattesich, Stephan. "A Vigilant Folly: Lines of flight in Mason & Dixon." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 231-245.

Matthews, Anne M. "New Trend on Campus: Nonstop Public Reading." New York Times (12 October 1988): B9.

Matthieusent, Brice. "La Perluète." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 149-165.

Matthieusent, Brice. "Trois lents fondus au noir." Cahiers du Cinéma (December 1991): 79-80.

Matthijs, Ernst. "Reel to Real: Film History in Pynchon's Vineland." Literature/Film Quarterly 29.1 (2001): 62-70.

Maus, Derek C. "Kneeling before the Fathers' Wand: Violence, Eroticism and Paternalism in Thomas Pynchon's V. and J. M. Coetzee's Dusklands." Journal of Literary Studies/Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap 15.1-2 (1999): 195-217.

Maxwell, Marilyn. "Chapter 3. Thomas Pynchon." Gender and Violence in Contemporary American Fiction . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 115-187.

Mayberry, George and Sharon Mayberry. "Recent American Fiction." The Nation (5 February 1973): 180-183 (182).

Mayer, Ruth. "Mythifying America." Connotations 5.2-3 (1995): 187–207 (190–194, 195, 202, 204–.

May, John R. "Loss of World in Barth, Pynchon and Vonnegut." Toward a New Earth: Apocalypse in the American Novel . University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States (1973): 172-200.

Mazenauer, Beat. "Semiotische Drift: Neues vom Netz." Süddeutsche Zeitung (15 November 1997): Section Literatur.

Mazurek, Raymond A. "Courses and Canons: The Post-1945 U.S. Novel." Critique 31.3 (1990): 143-156 (passim).

Mazurek, Raymond A. "Ideology and Form in the Postmodernist Historical Novel: The Sot-Weed Factor and Gravity's Rainbow." The Minnesota Review 25 (1985): 69-84.

McAulay, Alex. "Abusing Surrealism: Pynchon's V. and Breton's Nadja." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 131-141.

McAvan, Em. "Feeling God on Certain Days: The Kenosis of The Crying of Lot 49 after the Death of God." Thomas Pynchon . Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 285-298.

McCallum, E. L. "Hawthorne and Pynchon on the Line." Arizona Quarterly 56.2 (2000): 65–96.

McCarron, William. "Catch 22, Gravity's Rainbow and Lawlessness." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 664-680.

McCarron, William. "Coincidental and Contrived Dates in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 17 (Fall 1985): 84-85.

McCarron, William. "Fariña and Pynchon." Notes on Contemporary Literature 22.4 (1992): 11-12.

McCarron, William. "The Figurative Made Literal in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature 19.5 (1989): 2-3.

McCarron, William. "Mickey Rooney in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature 28.2 (1998): 9-11.

McCarron, William. "Names in Gravity's Rainbow: Slothrop, Quoad, Perdoo, and Otto." Notes on Contemporary Literature 32.5 (2002): 7-9.

McCarron, William. "The Openings of Ulysses and Gravity's Rainbow." Conference of College Teachers of English of Texas 53 (1988): 34-41.

McCarron, William. "A Pynchon 'Waste Land' Scene in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature 17.4 (1987): 5.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Arnold." Notes on Contemporary Literature 20.3 (1990): 7.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Hobbes." Notes on Contemporary Literature 17.1 (1987): 12.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Hogarth." Notes on Contemporary Literature 16.5 (1986): 2.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Kesey." Notes on Contemporary Literature 21.5 (1991): 8-9.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Yeats." Notes on Contemporary Literature 18.3 (1988): 6-7.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Zener Cards." Notes on Contemporary Literature 19.3 (1989): 9-11.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Zwitterions in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature 26.3 (1996): 4-5.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon in Vineland." Notes on Contemporary Literature 20.5 (1990): 10-11.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon's Karma and Keat's 'Urn'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 20.1 (1990): 4.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon's Kent and Eliot's 'Magi'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 18.5 (1988): 14.

McCarron, William. "Separation & Linkage in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Notes on Contemporary Literature 28.1 (1998): 12-14.

McCarron, William and Mark Braley. "Slothrop, Berlin, and Pynchon's Use of Periodicals." Notes on Contemporary Literature 18.5 (1988): 10-12.

McClintock, James I. "United State Revisited: Pynchon and Zamiatin." Contemporary Literature 18.4 (1977): 475-490.

McClintock, James I. "United State Revisited: Pynchon and Zamiatin." Contemporary Literature 18.4 (1977): 475-490.

McClintock, Scott. "Introduction: Surveying Pynchon’s California ." Pynchon’s California . University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States (2014): 1-14.

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