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

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Tabbi, Joseph. "Contemporary American Fiction: Critical Reformulations." Contemporary Literature 31.4 (1990): 553-557.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Mailer's Psychology of Machines." PMLA 106.2 (March 1991): 238–250 (242, 248).

Tabbi, Joseph. "Mapping the Cor(e)tex(t): Thomas Pynchon." Cognitive Fictions . University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (2002): 23–53.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Medial Turn." EBR 10 (1999-2000).

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Medial Turn." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 317-327.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Merging Orders: The Shaping Influence of Science on Entropy." Pynchon Notes 15 (Fall 1984): 58-68.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Meteors of Style: Gravity's Rainbow." Postmodern Sublime: Technology and American Writing from Mailer to Cyberpunk . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1995).

Tabbi, Joseph. "Pynchon's 'Entropy'." The Explicator 43.1 (1984): 61-63.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Pynchon's Groundward Art." Michigan Quarterly Review 30.2 (1991): 375-382.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Pynchon's Groundward Art." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel . Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (1994): 89-100.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Pyndustry in Warwick." EBR 5 (1997).

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Pyndustry in Warwick." Studies in the Novel 30.3 (1998): 438–443.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Review of Carnival of Repetition, by John Johnston, and Alternate Worlds, by John Kuehl." Modern Fiction Studies 36.4 (1990): 579-580 (579).

Tabbi, Joseph. "Review of The Final Frontier." Review of Contemporary Fiction 9.1 (1989): 274-275.

Tabbi, Joseph. "'Strung Into the Apollonian Dream': Pynchon's Psychology of Engineers." Novel 25.2 (1992): 160-180.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Technology and Identity in the P." Postmodern Sublime: Technology and American Writing from Mailer to Cyberpunk . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States (1995).

Tabbi, Joseph. "'The Generous Paranoia of Those Who Pursue Themselves': McElroy, Mailer, and Ancient History." Review of Contemporary Fiction 10.1 (1990): 86–94 (90–91).

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Wind at Zwölfkinder: Technology and Personal Identity in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 20-21 (Spring - Fall 1987): 69-90.

Tachizaki, Hidekazu. "Entropical Reading and the Reading of Entropy - The Crying of Lot 49." Chiba Daigaku Kyoyobu Kenkyu Hokoku (A) 20 (1987): 169-196.

Tait, Theo. "Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon." The Guardian (13 September 2013).

Takada, Shuhei. "A Disruptive Reading of Mason & Dixon: Comment on Aso Takashi, 'History and Representation'." Proceedings of the Kyoto American Studies Summer Seminar, August 1 - August 3, 2005 . Center for American Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan (2006): 225–232.

Takada, Shuhei. "Metaphor and Value in Technological Society. A Reading of Pynchon's V.." Journal of the Research Institute of General Education 9 (1997): 67–81.

Takada, Shuhei. "Subject and Subjection in Pynchon's Vineland." Kyushu American Literature 39 (1998): 55–65.

Takada, Shuhei. "Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow as Postmodernist Fiction." Journal of the Research Institute of General Education 8 (1996): 93–103.

Takada, Shuhei. "'Under the Rose' as the Archetype of Pynchon's Fiction." Kyushu American Literature 37 (1996): 9–18.

Takahashi, Isao. "The Jump to Zero - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Studies in Foreign Language & Literature 21 (1985): 29-46.

Takahashi, Isao. "The Trap of Thomas Pynchon - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Aichi University of Education Research Report (Humanities) 36 (1987): 71-80.

Takahashi, Wataru. "Entropy as Metaphor - from Unsociable To Sociable - Deciphering Thomas Pynchon's Entropy." Hiroshima Women's University Literature Department Journal 30 (1995): 57-80.

Takahashi, Wataru. "Thomas Pynchon 'Low-Lands' - Possibility of Novel." Hiroshima Women's University Literature Department Journal 26 (1991): 1-16.

Takás, Ferenc. "Models Or Metaphors: Pattern and Paranoia in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Acta Litteraria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23.3-4 (1981): 297-306.

Takayama, Hiroshi. "Elle s'est pass." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 130-137.

Takeda, Haruko. "Is It Empty Air Outside the Frame? - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Shumposhion (Shumposhion Dojin) 7 (1987): 44-53.

Tanaka, Ikuzou. "Essay on Thomas Pynchon's Low-Lands." Hokusei Review 23 (1985): 119–128.

Tani, Stefano. The Doomed Detective: The Contribution of the Detective Novel to Postmodern American and Italian Fiction . Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States (1984): 41–45, 76–78, 91–99, 106–1.

Tanner, Tony. "Caries and Cabals (Thomas Pynchon)." City of Words: American Fiction, 1950-1970 . Harper and Row, New York, New York, United States (1971): 153-180.

Tanner, Tony. "Caries and Cabals." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon . Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1976): 49-67.

Tanner, Tony. "Caries and Cabals." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays . Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1978): 16-47.

Tanner, Tony. "Chapter 3: The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon . Methuen, London, United Kingdom (1982).

Tanner, Tony. "Chapter 4: Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon . Methuen, London, United Kingdom (1982).

Tanner, Tony. "The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 175-189.

Tanner, Tony. "Games American Writers Play: Ceremony, Complicity, Contestation and Carnival." Salmagundi 35 (1976): 110-140.

Tanner, Tony. "Gravity's Rainbow: An Experience in Modern Reading." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow . Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States (1986): 69-83.

Tanner, Tony. "Karies und Kabalen." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981).

Tanner, Tony. "Paranoia, Energy and Displacement." The Wilson Quarterly 2.1 (1978): 143-150 (144-145).

Tanner, Tony. "Patterns and Paranoia or Caries and Cabals." Salmagundi 15 (Winter 1971): 78-99.

Tanner, Tony. "Die Spiele amerikanischer Autoren." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981).

Tanner, Tony. "'The Rubbish-Tip for Subjunctive Hopes': Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The American Mystery: American Literature from Emerson to DeLillo . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2000): 222-238.

Tanner, Tony. Thomas Pynchon . Methuen, London, United Kingdom (1982).

Tanner, Tony. "V. & V-2." London Magazine 13 (February-March 1974): 80-88.

Tanz, Joseph. "Bleeding Edge: Thomas Pynchon Returns as a Prophet of the Post-Snowden Era." Wired.com (9 September 2013).

Tasch, Erika. "Thomas Pynchon Passing." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Tate, J. O. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Original Soundtrack." Pynchon Notes 13 (October 1983): 3-24.

Tate, J. O. "A Note on Convergence." Pynchon Notes 15 (Fall 1984): 80-82.

Tate, J. O. "Slow Burner." National Review (16 November 1984): 53-55.

Tate, J. O. "Sufferin' Succotash." National Review (30 April 1990): 59.

Tatham, Campbell. "Tarot and Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Fiction Studies 32.4 (1986): 581-590.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "Amerika shosetsushi no kakumei (24[kan])." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 144.12 (1999): 765-767.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "Beyond Oz - Hypertext Edition of Gravity's Rainbow." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 140.5 (1994): 221-222.

Taveira, Rod. "'Shadow Factories': Allegorical Technologies of Entertainment in Against the Day." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Taveira, Rod. "Still Moving Against the Day: Pynchon's Graphic Impulse." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 133-156.

Tayler, Christopher. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." The Guardian (1 August 2009).

Taylor, Benjamin. "Negotiations: A Conversation with Richard Poirier." Salmagundi 52-53 (1981): 107-118 [115-117].

Teitelbaum, Sheldon. "Cyberpunk: Out of Science Fiction, A New View of Contemporary Reality?." Los Angeles Times (17 January 1988): 1, 8–9 (1).

Teltsch, Kathleen. "MacArthur Foundation Names 31 Recipients of 1988 Awards." New York Times (19 July 1988): A23.

Tepper, Nanne. "Pynchon verdwaald in nieuwe roman. Krullen rapen in de prullenbak." NRC Handelsblad (6 June 1997): Boeken: 3.

Teresi, Dick. "Haul Out the Old Clich." New York Times Book Review (12 December 1993): 3, 24–26 (25–26).

Tewfik, Mark. "Best Book You've Never Read." The Sydney Morning Herald (3 June 2006): Spectrum: 36.

Theroux, Alexander. "Fantastic Journey." The Wall Street Journal (24 November 2006): W8.

Theroux, Alexander. "Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Review of Contemporary Fiction 21.2 (2001): 176.

Thielemans, Johan. "Mba-Kayere and the Routes of Power: Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Read from Enzian's Point of View." American Literature in Belgium . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 213–225.

Thiellement, Pacôme. "Dossier Thomas Pynchon." Fluctuat.net (s.d.).

Thigpen, David E. "People: Seen & Heard." Time (24 March 1994): 75.

Thigpen, Kenneth A. "Folklore in Contemporary American Literature: Thomas Pynchon's V. and the Alligators-In-The-Sewers Legend." Southern Folklore Quarterly 43.1-2 (1979): 93-105.

Thigpen, Kenneth A. "Thomas Pynchon e gli alligatori melle fogne. letteratura e folklore urbano." Acoma (1994): 43–49.

Thiher, Allan. "Postmodern Fiction and History." History and Post-war Writing . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1990): 9–31 (24–27).

Thiher, Allan. Words in Reflection: Modern Language Theory and Postmodern Fiction . University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States (1984): 152–154.

Thill, Brian. "The Sweetness of Immorality: Mason & Dixon and the American Sins of Consumption." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 49-75.

Thill, Scott. "Pynchon's Inherent Vice Comes In Under 400 Pages." Wired.com (15 April 2009).

Thomas, Brook. "What's the Point? On Comparing Joyce and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 11 (February 1983): 44-48.

Thomas, Claudine. "Une parabole du pouvoir. Lecture de The Crying of Lot 49, de Thomas Pynchon." Le discours de la violence dans la culture americaine . Université de Lille III, Lille, France (1979): 119-138.

Thomas, Gary L. "Performing Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity . Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland (2013).

Thomas, Gary L. "Pynchonian Pastiche." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 162-182.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Bibliography." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 187-194.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter Five. (What's so Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding? Resistance vs. Withdrawal in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 109-130.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter Four. Memento Mori: War-Life and War-Experience in Gravity's Rainbow and V.." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 87-108.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter One. Retro - Vertigo: Escaping the Enlightenment in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 19-40.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter Six. Sir Yes Sir! Doing it To Yourself and Doing it For Yourself in Vineland." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 131-150.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter Three. Theatre of Operations: Surgery, War and Questing in V.." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 63-86.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Chapter Two. Blank Checks: Invisibility and Economy in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 41-62.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Conclusion: Pynchon - Politics - Everybody." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 151-156.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Index." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 195-203.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Introduction: Text - Politics - Criticism - Methodology." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 1-18.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Metkoviç to Mostar: Pynchon and the Balkans." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Thomas, Samuel L. "Metkoviç to Mostar: Pynchon and the Balkans." Textual Practice 24.2 (2010): 353-377.

Thomas, Samuel L. "Notes." Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007): 157-186.

Thomas, Samuel L. Pynchon and the Political . Routledge, New York, New York, United States (2007).

Thomas, Teresa. "Letter." New York Times Book Review (24 April 1990): 46.

Thompson, Chris. "Read the Novel, Then Update the Wiki." East Bay Express (6 December 2006).

Thompson, Gary. "Evocative Objects in Thomas Pynchon’s Fiction." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Thompson, Gary. "Performing Pynchon." Of Pynchon And Vice (9-12 June 2010).

Thompson, Gary. "Pynchon's Polyvocality." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 141–147.

Thompson, Gary. "Pynchon, History and kairos." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Thompson, Heather. "Review of Against the Day." The Observer (28 October 2007): Books Pages: 32.

Thompson, James R. "Thomas Pynchon's Vineland and the New Social Novel, or, Who's Afraid of Tom Wolfe?." Constructing the Eighties: Versions of an American Decade . Narr, Tübingen, Germany (1982): 197–208.

Thompson, Jon. Fiction, Crime, and Empire: Clues to Modernity and Postmodernism . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 168–81.

Thorburn, David. "A Dissent on Pynchon." Commentary (September 1973): 68-70.

Thoreen, David. "The Economy of Consumption: The Entropy of Leisure in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 52-61.

Thoreen, David. "The Fourth Amendment and Other Modern Inconveniences: Undeclared War, Organized Labor, and the Abrogation of Civil Rights in Vineland." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 215-233.

Thoreen, David. "In Which 'Acts Have Consequences': Ideas of Moral Order in the Qualified Postmodernism of Pynchon's Recent Fiction." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2003): 49-70.

Thoreen, David. "The President's Emergency War Powers and the Erosion of Civil Liberties in Pynchon's Vineland." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999).

Thoreen, David. "Thomas Pynchon's Political Parable: Parallels Between Vineland and 'Rip Van Winkle'." ANQ 14.3 (Summer 2001): 45-50.

Thorn, Matt. "Pynchon's LA: a boat full of unruly 1960s sailors." Catholic Herald (4 September 2009).

Thwaites, Anthony G. "Miracles: Hot Air and Histories of the Improbable." Futur*Fall: Excursions into Post-Modernity . Power Institute of Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia (1986): 82–96.

Thwaites, Anthony G. "Miracles: Hot Air and Histories of the Improbable." Postmodern Literary Theory: An Anthology . Blackwell, Oxford, United Kingdom (2000): 264–281.

Thwaites, Anthony G. "Review of Writing Pynchon." AUMLA 77 (1992): 105-108.

Tillotson, T. S. "Gravitational Entropy in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 4 (October 1980): 23-24.

Tinasky, Wanda. "Did Thomas Pynchon Write This Letter?." Anderson Valley Advertiser (31 May 1995): 1, 7.

Tinasky, Wanda. The Letters of Wanda Tinasky to the AVA: Preview Edition . AVA Books, San Fransisco, California, United States (1995).

Titon, Jeff Todd. "Every Day I Have the Blues: Improvisation and Daily Life." Southern Folklore Quarterly 42.1 (1978): 85-98 (90).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Cold War and Hot Peace in Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Language Association (28 December 1976).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Criticism as Symptom: Thomas Pynchon and the Crisis of the Humanities." The New Orleans Review 5.4 ((1977-1978) 1977): 314-318.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Discoursing with Culture: The Novel as Interlocutor." Novel 21 (1988): 228-238 (230-232, 235-238).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "The Fishy Poisson: Allusions to Statistics in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Modern American Literature 4.1 (1979).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "In Pynchon's Latest, Optimism is the Only Problem." Hartford Courant (28 January 1990): G3.

Tölölyan, Khachig and Clay Leighton. "An Index to Gravity's Rainbow, 2nd edition." Pynchon Notes 36-39 (Spring - Fall 1995-1996): 83-138.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes 1 (October 1979): 3-6.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes 2 (February 1980): 2-5.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes 3 (June 1980): 1-4.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Prodigious Pynchon and His Progeny: Review Essay of Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark R. Siegel, and The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." Studies in the Novel 11.2 (1979): 224-234.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Pynchon's Intertextual Circuits: Review of Dugdale's Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes 26-27 (Spring - Fall 1990): 153-161.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Pynchon, Thomas." Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide . Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States (1986): 488–491.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Choice (September 1989): 131.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon." Choice (June 1990): 1678.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of Hohmann's Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Choice (October 1987): 310.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Choice (June 2001): 1797.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon." Choice (September 1988): 124.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." Choice (April 1991): 1307.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Review of The Style of Connectedness." Choice (December 1987): 623.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "The Second Time as Farce: Postmodernism without Consequences." American Literary History 2.4 (1990): 756–71 (769–70).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Seven on Pynchon: The Novelist as Deconstructionist." Novel 16.2 (1983): 165-172.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Some Remarks on Professor Mark Siegel's Pynchon's Anti-Quests." Pynchon Notes 3 (June 1980): 10-14.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "War as Background in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow . Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States (1983): 31-67.

Tomiyama, Takao. "Evil, from One Place to Another." Yuriika 21.2 (February 1989): 123-129.

Tonkin, Boyd. "The High Literary Priest for an Age of Paranoia." The Independent (17 August 2006): Features: 31.

Tonkin, Boyd. "Tanks for the Memory." New Statesman (1 April 1988): 25.

Topol, Bessa. "Letter." Anderson Valley Advertiser (6 November 1996): 6.

Towers, Robert. "From the Grassy Knoll." The New York Review of Books (18 August 1987): 6–7 (6).

Toymentsev, Sergey. "Full-Length Portrait in a Post-Soviet Frame: Review of Thomas Pynchon and His America." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000).

Toyonaga, Noah. "A Second Order Poetics in Gravity’s Rainbow." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Beyond Initiation: Some Recent Novels." The Yale Review 56.1 (1966): 131-138.

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Counterhumor: Comedy in Contemporary American Fiction." The Georgia Review 27.1 (Spring 1973): 33-48 (33, 45, 48).

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Pynchon Draws Burlesque Mason-Dixon Line." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (27 April 1997): 5C.

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Review of The Contemporary American Comic Epic." Studies in American Fiction 17 (1989): 251-252.

Trainini, Marco. A Silent Extinction: Saggio su L'Arcobaleno della gravità di Thomas Pynchon . Arcipelago Edizioni, Milano, Italy (2010).

Traynor, Desmond. "Never Mind the Girth, with Pynchon You Can Always Read the Quality." Sunday Independent (22 April 2007).

Tréguer, Florian. "Thomas Pynchon et la résistance de la question." L'Enigme . UFR Langues Littératures, Poitiers, France (2003): 319–339.

Tremblay,, Mark. "Antidote for Despair: Thomas Pynchon Doesn't Disappoint." Montreal Gazette (13 January 2007): J7.

Trewin, Ion. "British Book Marketing Council Selects 20 Great American Post-War Novels." Publishers' Weekly (18 October 1985): 20.

Trindle, Carl. "Chemistry and Science Fiction: Chemistry and Materials Science in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Chemistry and Science Fiction . American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., United States (1998): 91–103.

Troester, Änne and Dirk Vanderbeke. "Vineland: The Names." Pynchon Notes 36-39 (Spring - Fall 1995-1996): 139-149.

Trotter, J. K.. "Thomas Pynchon Returns to New York, Where He's Always Been." The Atlantic Wire (June 2013).

Troy, Mark. "' ...ever in a Ubiquity of Flow, before a ceaseless Spectacle of Transition." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway (2002): 206-226.

Tsurumi, Seiji. "Gendai Shosetsu no Ending: Pynchon, Barth, Brautigan." Oberon 42 (1982): 80–93.

Tsutsui, Masaaki. "Modern American Authors Research - 2 - Whale and V - For the Elucidation of V.." Meiji Gakuin Journal 472 (1991): 15-77.

Tucker, Ken. "Against the Day. Thomas Pynchon." Entertainment Weekly (17 November 2006).

Tucker, Ken. "Pynchon's Slow Learner: The Glow Continues." The Denver Post (20 May 1984): F9.

Tumir, Vaska. "The City, the Labyrinth and the Terror Beyond: Delineating a Site of the Possible in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring - Fall 1998): 134-151.

Tumir, Vaska. "Enclaves of Innocence, Labyrinths of Dread: The City in Gravity's Rainbow." Gravity's Rainbow (8-9 June 1998).

Turier, Christine. "Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Explicator 50.4 (1992): 244–246.

Turner, Jenny. "When the Sandwich Was Still a New Invention." London Review of Books (17 July 1997): 23-25.

Turpin, Michel. "Thomas Pynchon. The Crying of Lot 49, ou Comment l'esprit vient au lecteur." G.R.A.A.T. 2 (1985): 117-137.

Twardy, Chuck. "Pynchon's Peculiarities Obscure Ideas." Orlando Sentinel Tribune (28 January 1990): G8.

Twigg, George W. ""Sell Out With Me Tonight": Popular Music, Commercialization and Commodification in Vineland, The Crying of Lot 49, and V.." ORBIT 2.2 (2014).

Twigg, George W. "'Raketemenschen, burning out their fuse out there, alone': Ethnic Identity and the (Zone-)Herero in Gravity’s Rainbow and V.." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Twigg, George W. "Review of Simon Malpas and Andrew Taylor, Thomas Pynchon (Manchester University Press, 2013)." ORBIT 3.1 (2015).

Tylee, Claire. "Metaphor in the Early Fiction of Thomas Pynchon: A Study of 'Entropy'." Actas del VII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos (1986): 219-227.

Tylee, Claire. "'Spot This Mumbo Jumbo': Thomas Pynchon's Emblems for American Culture in 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Pynchon Notes 17 (Fall 1985): 52-72.

Tylee, Claire. "'Spot This Mumbo Jumbo': Thomas Pynchon's Emblems for American Culture in 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 15.10 (1985): 141-156.

Tylee, Claire. "Thomas Pynchon: The Loss of Tragedy with the Spirit of Music." Los : Actas del VIII Congreso de la Asociaci . Departamento de Filología Inglesa de la Universidad de Málaga, Málaga, Spain (1984): 145-150.

Tyler, Anne. "Sifting for Nuggets in the Early Pynchon." Detroit News (22 April 1984): E2.

Tyson, Lois. "Existential Subjectivity on Trial: The Crying of Lot 49 and the Politics of Despair." Pynchon Notes 28-29 (Spring - Fall 1991): 5-25.

Tyson, Lois. "Subject as Commodity Sign: Existential Interiority on Trial in Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Psychological Politics of the American Dream: The Commodification of Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century American Literature . Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States (1994): 87-115.