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

Last Name starting with S

  1. Martin Saar (1)
  2. Liisa Saariluoma (2)
  3. David Sacks (1)
  4. Sam Sacks (1)
  5. Elaine B Safer (7)
  6. Rothman Salazar (1)
  7. Roger Sale (2)
  8. Nancy Jo Sales (2)
  9. Arthur Salm (2)
  10. Arthur Saltzman (1)
  11. Paula Martín Salván (1)
  12. Cyrus M Sanai (1)
  13. Shimon Sandbank (1)
  14. Mark Sanders (1)
  15. Scott Sanders (3)
  16. Mark Sanderson (1)
  17. Michael Santa Maria (1)
  18. Pedro Santana Martínez (1)
  19. Luc Sante (3)
  20. J. J Sargent (1)
  21. Mitsushige Sato (1)
  22. Yoshiaki Sato (7)
  23. Yoshiaki Sato (2)
  24. Kate Saunders (1)
  25. George Stone Saussy (1)
  26. Jim Sauter (1)
  27. Sohnya Sayres (1)
  28. Dick Schaap (1)
  29. Lance Schachterle (10)
  30. John Schad (1)
  31. Angela Schader (4)
  32. Gerd Schäfer (2)
  33. Thomas Hill Schaub (21)
  34. Joel Schechter (2)
  35. Dennis Scheck (1)
  36. Brigitte Scheer-Schäzler (2)
  37. David Schell (1)
  38. Michael Schiessl (1)
  39. Larissa S Schieweg (2)
  40. Liesl Schillinger (2)
  41. Jeanne Schinto (1)
  42. Pamela Schirmeister (1)
  43. Keith W Schlegel (1)
  44. Paul Schlueter (1)
  45. Peter Schmidt (1)
  46. Thomas E Schmidt (1)
  47. Neil Schmitz (2)
  48. Will Schmitz (1)
  49. Georg Schmundt-Thomas (2)
  50. Robert Schnakenberg (1)
  51. Howard Schneider (1)
  52. Robert Scholes (1)
  53. Joseph C Schöpp (4)
  54. B. M. W., Ph.D. Schrapnel (1)
  55. Ralph Schroeder (2)
  56. Randall Glenn Schroeder (1)
  57. Stephen P Schuber (2)
  58. Julien Schuh (1)
  59. Max F Schulz (1)
  60. Erhard Schütz (2)
  61. Gabriele Schwab (6)
  62. Helke Schwan (2)
  63. John Schwartz (1)
  64. Richard Alan Schwartz (1)
  65. John Schwartzman (2)
  66. F. S Schwarzbach (2)
  67. Peter Schwenger (2)
  68. Martina Sciolino (1)
  69. J. K. L Scott (1)
  70. Jay Scott (1)
  71. Justin M Scott Coe (2)
  72. Robert M Scotto (1)
  73. Donna Seaman (1)
  74. Julie Christine Sears (1)
  75. David Seed (29)
  76. Michael Seidel (1)
  77. Craig Seligman (2)
  78. Otto Sell (1)
  79. Vittorio Selleri (1)
  80. C. Namwali Serpell (2)
  81. Peter Serracino-Inglott (4)
  82. Roberto Serrai (1)
  83. Marie-Valentine Serre (1)
  84. Cyril Servain (1)
  85. Olav Severijnen (1)
  86. Jeffrey Severs (4)
  87. Martin Seymour-Smith (2)
  88. Steven G Shapiro (1)
  89. Michael Shelden (1)
  90. Robert Z Sheppard (1)
  91. Tracey Lynn Sherard (1)
  92. David R Sherman (1)
  93. Jesse E. Sherwood (1)
  94. Motoyuki Shibata (1)
  95. David Shields (1)
  96. Masao Shimura (8)
  97. Dorman T Shindler (2)
  98. Tom Shippey (1)
  99. Earl Shorris (1)
  100. Jason Siegel (1)
  101. Jules Siegel (4)
  102. Mark Richard Siegel (7)
  103. Bernhard Siegert (2)
  104. Joakim Sigvardson (1)
  105. Daniel Simberloff (1)
  106. Scott Alan Simmon (4)
  107. Philip Edward Simmons (1)
  108. Louis P Simon (1)
  109. Paolo Simonetti (11)
  110. John L Simons (2)
  111. Jon Simons (1)
  112. Barry Singer (1)
  113. Ruth Singleton (1)
  114. Marino Sinibaldi (1)
  115. Rebecca Sinkler (1)
  116. Donald Skarzenski (1)
  117. Ann Skea (1)
  118. Paul Skenazy (3)
  119. Robert Sklar (2)
  120. Kari Meyers Skredsvig (1)
  121. Joseph W Slade (15)
  122. Gordon E Slethaug (2)
  123. Michele Slung (2)
  124. Jacqueline R Smetak (3)
  125. Carlton Smith (1)
  126. Evans Lansing Smith (4)
  127. Herbert F Smith (1)
  128. Jared Smith (1)
  129. Kyle Smith (2)
  130. Kyle Wishart Smith (1)
  131. Mack L Smith (2)
  132. Marcus Smith (4)
  133. Shawn Smith (6)
  134. Steven Smith (1)
  135. Thomas S Smith (1)
  136. Zak Smith (1)
  137. Jason Snart (1)
  138. Burr Snider (1)
  139. Norman Snider (1)
  140. Adam Sol (1)
  141. Sara Margaret Solberg (1)
  142. Eric Solomon (1)
  143. William Solomon (1)
  144. David Sorfa (1)
  145. Christopher Sorrentino (1)
  146. Terrill Shepard Soules (1)
  147. William V Spanos (3)
  148. Nicholas Peter Spencer (3)
  149. Monica Spiridon (1)
  150. Michael Sprinker (2)
  151. Justin St. Clair (2)
  152. Edward B St. John (1)
  153. Warren St. John (1)
  154. Toon Staes (1)
  155. Lawrence Stahlberg (1)
  156. John O Stark (4)
  157. William Startle (1)
  158. Matt Steigbigel (1)
  159. Joel Stein (2)
  160. Sybil S Steinberg (1)
  161. Wendy Steiner (7)
  162. Jerome H Stern (1)
  163. Megan Stern (1)
  164. Brenton H Stevens (1)
  165. LeAnn Stevens-Larré (1)
  166. Randall Stevenson (1)
  167. Philip Stevick (2)
  168. John Stickney (1)
  169. Catherine R Stimpson (2)
  170. Sharon Stockton (1)
  171. Ben Stoltzfus (1)
  172. Brian Stonehill (3)
  173. Gary Lee Stonumn (2)
  174. Phillip Storey (1)
  175. Jay Stowe (1)
  176. William W Stowe (1)
  177. Victor Strandberg (1)
  178. Laurens Sträub (2)
  179. Neil Strauss (2)
  180. Susan Strehle (4)
  181. David Streitfeld (6)
  182. Jenn Stroud (1)
  183. Rolf Strube (1)
  184. Alexander Styhre (1)
  185. William Styron (1)
  186. Ginsaku Sugiura (2)
  187. Masahiro Suhama (1)
  188. Aly Sujo (1)
  189. Lorana Sullivan (1)
  190. Phil Sullivan (1)
  191. Richard Sullivan (1)
  192. Bonnie Lenore Surfus (1)
  193. Martin Suter (1)
  194. J. A Sutherland (1)
  195. Roy Arthur Swanson (3)
  196. Susan Swartzlander (1)
  197. Susan Elisabeth Sweeney (2)
  198. Larry Swindell (1)
  199. Richard A Swope (1)
  200. János Széky (3)

Saariluoma, Liisa. "Manipuloidun min. Thomas Pynchonin The Crying of Lot 49." Postindividualistinen Romaani . Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, Helsinki, Finland (1992): 213-252.

Saariluoma, Liisa. "Die Paranoien des manipulierten Ich. Thomas Pynchons The Crying of Lot 49." Der postindividualistische Roman . Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, Germany (1994): 149-177.

Saar, Martin and Christian Skirke. "The Realm of Velocity and Spleen: Reading Hybrid Life in Mason & Dixon." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2003): 129-146.

Sacks, David. "The Birth of V-ness." Ottawa Citizen (2 July 2000): C14.

Sacks, Sam. "Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon ." The Wall Street Journal (16 September 2013).

Safer, Elaine B. "The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth's Giles Goat-Boy and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Renascence 32.2 (1980): 89-104.

Safer, Elaine B. "The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth's Giles Goat-Boy and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon . G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1981): 157-168.

Safer, Elaine B. "Dreams and Nightmares: 'High-Tech Paranoia' and the Jamesonian Sublime - An Approach to Thomas Pynchon's Postmodernism." Traditions, Voices, and Dreams: The American Novel Since the 1960s . University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States (1995): 279–297.

Safer, Elaine B. "Pynchon's World and Its Legendary Past: Humor and the Absurd in a Twentieth-Century Vineland." Critique 32.2 (Winter 1990): 107-125.

Safer, Elaine B. "Pynchon's World and Its Legendary Past: Humor and the Absurd in a Twentieth-Century Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): 46-67.

Safer, Elaine B. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Yearbook of English Studies 24 (1994): 346-347.

Safer, Elaine B. "The Tall Tale, the Absurd, and Black Humor in Thomas Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow." The Contemporary American Comic Epic: The Novels of Barth, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Kesey . Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Michigan, United States (1988): 79-110.

Salazar, Rothman. "Historicizing Phrenology: Wordsworth, Pynchon, and the Discursive Economy of the Cranial Text." Raritan 8 (1988): 80-91.

Sale, Roger. "American Fiction in 1973." The Massachusetts Review 14.4 (1973): 834-846.

Sale, Roger. On not Being Good Enough: Writings of a Working Critic . Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States (1979): 107–108, 113–116.

Sales, Nancy Jo. "Meet Your Neighbor, Thomas Pynchon." New York (12 November 1996): 60-64.

Sales, Nancy Jo. "Pynchon's Coming Home." The Guardian (6 December 1996): T2.

Salm, Arthur. "A Screaming Comes Across the Sky (but Not a Photo)." San Diego Union-Tribune (8 February 2004): Section Books: 2.

Salm, Arthur. "Vineland Offers Pure, Uncut Pynchon." San Diego Union-Tribune (26 January 1990): C3.

Saltzman, Arthur. "'Cranks of Ev'ry Radius': Romancing the Line in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 63-72.

Salván, Paula Martín. "Ideas of Community in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 56-57 (Spring - Fall 2009): 74-86.

Sanai, Cyrus M. "MacArthur Grants to 31." The Washington Post (19 July 1988): D1, D10.

Sandbank, Shimon. After Kafka: The Influence of Kafka's Fiction . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1989): 135, 144–148, 152.

Sandberg, Eric. "The Pop World of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Sandberg, Eric. "Terminal Edges: Thomas Pynchon’s Endings." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Sanders, Mark. "The Politics of Literary Reinscription in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Critique 39.1 (1997): 81-96.

Sanders, Michael. "Virtue Metaethics and the Pynchonian Feminine: Countersystem and Counter-self in The Crying of Lot 49 and Bleeding Edge." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Sanderson, Mark. "Review of Against the Day." The Sunday Telegraph (10 December 2006): Seven: 53.

Sanders, Scott. "El Arco Iris de Gravedad. Historia Paranoide de Pynchon." Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Politicas y Sociales 26.102 (1980): 19-38.

Sanders, Scott. "Pynchon's Paranoid History." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon . Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1976): 139-159.

Sanders, Scott. "Pynchon's Paranoid History." Twentieth Century Literature 21.2 (1975): 177-192.

Santa Maria, Michael. "About Books: In Praise of Thomas Pynchon." English Journal 89.6 (2006): 136-137.

Santana Martínez, Pedro. "Thomas Pynchon. Conocimiento, lenguaje y equilibrio." Del mito a la ciencia: La novela norteamericana contemporánea . Prensas Universitarias, Zaragoza, Spain (1990): 129-150.

Sante, Luc. "Au cœur de la machine a remonter le temps." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 339-365.

Sante, Luc. "Inside the Time Machine." The New York Review of Books 54.1 (11 January 2007).

Sante, Luc. "Long and Winding Line." New York (19 May 1997): 65-66.

Sargent, J. J. "Grandma, Is That a Book or a Laptop?." Insouciance 5 (1997).

Sato, Mitsushige. "Mittsu no Kakei. Hoson, Pinchon, Mudi." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 148.10 (2003): 617.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Bunka O Nugu Koto, Kigaeru Koto: Gendai Amerika Taiko-Bunka Bungaku Ron. [On Undressing and Redressing Culture: An Essay on Contemporary American Countercultural Literature]." Eibungaku Kenkyu 55.2 (December 1978): 291-302 (298-302).

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Chitsujo to Konton no Arena de: Pynchon ni Totte no Katari. [The Arena Where Order Meets Chaos: On Pynchon's Narrative]." Bungaku to Amerika: Ohashi Kenzaburo Kyoju Kanreki Kinen Ronbunshu: [Literature and America] Vol. 1 . Nan'un-do, Tokyo, Japan (1980): 254-265.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Introduction to Thomas Pynchon." Bokushin 12 (1978): 112-117.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Pynchon in Japan: A Bibliography." Pynchon Notes 8 (February 1981).

Sato, Yoshiaki. "The Live Records of Pynchon. From the Letter of 1969." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 94-102.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Thomas Pynchon O Oritsumugu. [Embroidering Thomas Pynchon]." Yuriika 11.5 (December 1979): 195-205.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Thomas Pynchon O Oritsumugu. Embroidering Thomas Pynchon." Yuriika 12.2 (February 1980): 210-217.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Thomas Pynchon O Oritsumugu. Embroidering Thomas Pynchon." Yuriika 12.4 (April 1980): 170-179.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Thomas Pynchon. V. The Storm of Entropy." Kokubungaku Kaishaku to Kyouzai-no Kenkyu 33.4 (1988): 164–167.

Saunders, Kate. "Reading Between the Lines." Sunday Times (21 January 1990): G1.

Saussy, George S. The Oxter English Dictionary: Uncommon Words Used by Uncommonly Good Writers . Facts On File, New York, New York, United States (1984).

Sauter, Jim and Don Dietrich. "On the Phrase 'Ass Backwards'." Barefoot in the Head (1990): Side 1, Track 3.

Sayres, Sohnya. "How We Have Learned to Stop Worrying." Pynchon Notes 22-23 (Spring - Fall 1988): 123-132.

Schaap, Dick. "No Return Address on the V-Mail." Book Week (10 May 1964): 6.

Schachterle, Lance. "Bandwidth as Metaphor for Consciousness in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Literary Imagination 22.1 (1989): 101-117.

Schachterle, Lance. "Information Entropy in Pynchon's Fiction." Configurations 4.2 (Spring 1996): 185-214.

Schachterle, Lance. "The Merits of William Pynchon, Merchant, Magistrate, and Progenitor (1590-1662)." The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, by William Pynchon [1650] : Facsimile edition . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (1992): xi-xviii.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon and Cornell Engineering Physics, 1953-54." Pynchon Notes 26-27 (Spring - Fall 1990): 129-137.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon and the Civil Wars of Technology." Literature and Technology . Lehigh University Press, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States (1992): 253–274.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon on Latin Americans." Ometeca 3.1/2-4.1/2 (1996): 270-279.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon y los latinoamericanos." Ometeca 3.1/2-4.1/2 (1996): 280-290.

Schachterle, Lance. "A Review Essay: Contemporary Literature and Science." Modern Language Studies 17.2 (1987): 78–86.

Schachterle, Lance. "Teaching Technology Through Contemporary Literature: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 8.2 (1988): 159-162.

Schachterle, Lance. "Technology, Pynchon, and the Meaning of Death." Technology and Literature 5 . Lehigh University Press, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States (1986): 35–65.

Schader, Angela. "Amerika als Traum und Theme Park." Neue Zürcher Zeitung (17 May 1997): Section Feuilleton; Buecher: 45.

Schader, Angela. "Briefe von Thomas Pynchon. Zweifelhafter Handel einer Agentin." Neue Zürcher Zeitung (10 March 1998): Section Feuilleton: 44.

Schader, Angela. "Grenzgang in guter Gesellschaft. Thomas Pynchon unterwegs mit Mason & Dixon." Neue Zürcher Zeitung (12 October 1999): B3.

Schader, Angela. "MacGuffin lässt bitten." Neue Zürcher Zeitung (15 August 2009).

Schad, John. "Why Wait for an Angel? Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Discerning Reader: Christian Perspectives on Literature and Theory . Baker, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States (1995): 251-262.

Schäfer, Gerd. "Die vaterländischen Nachtwachen des Thomas Pynchon. Auf Spurensuche in Mason & Dixon." Merkur 54.2 (2000): 157-163.

Schäfer, Gerd. "Die Zukunft des Gestern. Eine Deutsche Literatur zwischen Science und Fiction." Schreibheft 61 (2003): 19–24 (19, 23–24).

Schaub, Thomas H. American Fiction in the Cold War . University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin, United States (1991): 190-191.

Schaub, Thomas H. Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008).

Schaub, Thomas H. "Atonalism, Nietzsche and Gravity's Rainbow: Pynchon's Use of German Music History and Culture." Pynchon Notes 54-55 (Spring - Fall 2008): 26-38.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Continuities, Echoes and Associations: Review of Reminiscence and Re-Creation in Contemporary American Fiction." Pynchon Notes 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 135-138.

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Crying of Lot 49 and other California Novels." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 30-43.

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Crying of Lot 49: A Gentle Chill of Ambiguity." Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1981).

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Environmental Pynchon: Gravity's Rainbow and the Ecological Context." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 59-72.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Influence and Incest: Relations between The Crying of Lot 49 and The Great Gatsby." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 139-153.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Jazz in V.." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Schaub, Thomas H. "Lingering Hopes, Faltering Dreams: Marilynne Robinson and the Politics of Contemporary American Fiction." Traditions, Voices, and Dreams: The American Novel Since the 1960s . University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States (1995): 298–321 (302-305).

Schaub, Thomas H. "Mythologies New and Old: Hume and Current Theory." Pynchon Notes 18-19 (Spring - Fall 1986): 110-115.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Open Letter in Response to Edward Mendelson's The Sacred, the Profane, and The Crying of Lot 49." Boundary 2 5.1 (2 1976): 93-101.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Part One: Materials." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 1-10.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Plot, Ideology, and Compassion in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 189-202.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Plot, Ideology, and Compassion in Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (2003): 189-202.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Preface to the Volume." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): ix-xiii.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Pynchon Heads North to the '60s." San Francisco Chronicle (21 January 1990): Section Reviews: 1, 11.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Pynchon's Library." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 31-38.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Pynchon's Marvellous Style and the Finer Plot." Modern Language Association (30 December 1977).

Schaub, Thomas H. Pynchon: la voz de lo ambiguo . Ediciones Tres Tiempos S.R.L., Buenos Aires, Argentina (1985).

Schaub, Thomas H. Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1981).

Schaub, Thomas H. "Slow Learner: Good Writing Seems a Long Time Coming." San Francisco Chronicle (27 May 1984): 3, 9.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Where Have We Been, Where are We Headed? A Retrospective View of Pynchon Criticism." Pynchon Notes 7 (October 1981): 5-21.

Schechter, Joel. "Pynchon Opens Nature Theater." Anderson Valley Advertiser (4 October 1995): 12.

Schechter, Joel. "Pynchon Opens Nature Theater." Theater 26.1-2 (1995): 181.

Scheck, Dennis. "Halali am Hudson." Focus (23 June 1997): 98-100.

Scheer-Schäzler, Brigitte. "Language at the Vanishing Point: Some Notes on the Use of Language in Recent American Literature." Revue des Langues Vivantes 42.5 (1976): 497–508.

Scheer-Schäzler, Brigitte. "Pynchon, Thomas." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century 3 Volumes . Ungar, New York, New York, United States (1971): 132-133.

Schell, David. "Engaging Foundational Narratives in Morrison's Paradise and Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." College Literature 41.3 (2014): 69-94.

Schiessl, Michael. "Live Schaltung." Thomas Pynchon: Archiv - Verschwörung - Geschichte . Verlag und Datenbank für Geisteswissenschaften, Weimar, Germany (2003): 61-72.

Schieweg, Larissa S. "The Decline of the Baedeker Country: The Representation of Geographical and Cultural Identity in Pynchon's Novels." Pynchon Notes 50-51 (Spring - Fall 2002): 108-117.

Schieweg, Larissa S. Die Bürde der Geschichte: Der Untergang des Baedekerlandes im Werk von Thomas Pynchon . LIT, Berlin, Germany (2006).

Schillinger, Liesl. "Alternate Realities in Pynchon's Dream-Draped World." The International Herald Tribune (24 November 2006).

Schillinger, Liesl. "Dream Maps." New York Times (26 November 2006).

Schinto, Jeanne. "Reading, Or a Club Of One." Christian Science Monitor (16 October 1986): 34.

Schirmeister, Pamela. "Conclusion: Pynchon and the Zone." The Consolations of Space: The Place of Romance in Hawthorne, Melville, and James . Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, California, United States (1990): 167-185.

Schlegel, Keith W. "The Rebellion of the Coprophages." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 170-177.

Schlueter, Paul. "Review of Christian Allusions in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Christianity and Literature 39.3 (1990): 351–352.

Schmidt, Peter. "Line, Vortex, and Mound: On First Reading Thomas Pynchon's Mason and Dixon." Swarthmore University (2001).

Schmidt, Thomas E. "Zwei flogen übers Kuckucksnest." Die Welt (11 September 1999): Section Literarische Welt.

Schmitz, Neil. "Describing the Demon: The Appeal of Thomas Pynchon." Partisan Review 42.1 (1975): 112-125.

Schmitz, Neil. "Thomas Pynchon and His Witty, Weary Land Surveyors." The Buffalo News (11 May 1997): 7F.

Schmitz, Will. "A Poem for Thomas Pynchon." Broadside (1975).

Schmundt-Thomas, Georg. "America's Germany and the Pseudo-Origins of Manned Spaceflight in Gravity's Rainbow." Germany and German Thought in American Literature and Cultural Criticism . Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (1990): 337–353.

Schmundt-Thomas, Georg. "Grab-bagging in Gravity's Rainbow: Incidental (Further) Notes and Sources." Pynchon Notes 26-27 (Spring - Fall 1990): 91-95.

Schnakenberg, Robert. "Thomas Pynchon." Secret Lives of Great Authors: What Your Teachers Never Told You About Famous Novelists, Poets, and Playwrights . Quirk Books, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (2008): 284-289.

Schneider, Daan. "A Real Alternative to the Exitlessness: Heterotopic Spaces in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge and The Crying of Lot 49." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Schneider, Howard. "Review of Against the Day." The Humanist (May - June 2007): 42-43.

Scholes, Robert. Fabulation and Metafiction . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1979): 4, 142, 206, 208–209.

Schöpp, Joseph C. "Auswege aus der Geschichte. Vonnegut und Pynchon." Ausbruch aus der Mimesis: Der amerikanische Roman im Zeichen der Postmoderne . Fink, Munich, Germany (1990): 107-141.

Schöpp, Joseph C. "Hochentropische Systeme. Heller und Pynchon." Ausbruch aus der Mimesis: Der amerikanische Roman im Zeichen der Postmoderne . Fink, Munich, Germany (1990): 74-106.

Schöpp, Joseph C. "Narrative Displacements. World War II as an Aesthetic Challenge in Joseph Heller's Catch-22, Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five, and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Krieg und Literatur/War and Literature 2.3 (1990): 53-64.

Schöpp, Joseph C. "Thomas Pynchons Die Enden der Parabel oder. Von der Dichtung als Aufschub des Endes." Apokalypse: Weltuntergangsvisionen in der Literatur des 20. Jahrhundert . Suhrkamp, Frankfurt, Germany (1986): 130–147.

Schrapnel, B. M. W., Ph.D.. "Adventures in Etymology." Oasis 5.4 (1997): 21-36.

Schroeder, Ralph. "From Puritanism to Paranoia: Trajectories of History in Weber and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 26-27 (Spring - Fall 1990): 69-80.

Schroeder, Ralph. "Weber, Pynchon and the American Prospect." Max Weber Studies 1.2 (2001): 161-177.

Schroeder, Randall G. "Inheriting Chaos: Burroughs, Pynchon, Sterling, Rucker." Extrapolation 43.1 (2002): 89-97.

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