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

American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon

Ian Copestake

Peter Lang

2003 (ISBN 9783039100170)

Contents

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Mason & Dixon, Historiographic Metafiction and the Unstable Reconciliation of Opposites." , 71-81.

Copestake, Ian D. "Introduction - Postmodern Reflections: The Image of an Absent Author." , 7-14.

Copestake, Ian D. "Off the Deep End Again: Sea-Consciousness and Insanity in The Crying of Lot 49 and Mason & Dixon." , 193-215.

Dickson, David. "Pynchon's Vineland and 'That Fundamental Agreement in What is Good and Proper': What Happens When we Need to Change it?." , 35-47.

Heon, John. "Surveying the Punch Line: Jokes and their Relation to the American Racial Unconscious/Conscience in Mason & Dixon and the Liner Notes to Spiked!." , 147-171.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Surveying, Mapmaking and Representation in Mason & Dixon." , 173-191.

Millard, William B. "Delineations of Madness and Science: Mason & Dixon, Pynchonian Space and the Snovian Disjunction." , 83-127.

Saar, Martin and Christian Skirke. "The Realm of Velocity and Spleen: Reading Hybrid Life in Mason & Dixon." , 129-146.

Seed, David. "Media System in The Crying of Lot 49." , 15-33.

Thoreen, David. "In Which 'Acts Have Consequences': Ideas of Moral Order in the Qualified Postmodernism of Pynchon's Recent Fiction." , 49-70.