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

Dissertations of the Third Cycle

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Gilbert W. Adair. Epic Fiction and Imperial Content in Postwar America: With Reference to Selected Texts by James Michener, Norman Mailer, Thomas Pynchon and Samuel R. Delany. King's College, London, United Kingdom, 1990.

David Adams. 'The Divine Art of Forgetting': Aesthetic Distance in Benjamin, Blumenberg, and Pynchon. City University of New York, New York, New York, United States, (1991): DAI 52, 534A.

Victoria N. Alexander. Narrative Telos: The Ordering Tendencies of Chance. City University of New York, New York, New York, United States, (2002): DAI 63, 951A.

Marina Allemano. From the Historical Portrait in Waverley to the Historical Vision in Le Roi des Aulnes and Gravity's Rainbow: A Theoretical Study. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, (1988): DAI 49, 1136A.

Christopher Ames. The Life of the Party: Festive Vision in Modern Fiction. University of Stanford, Palo Alto, California, United States, (1984): DAI 45, 187A.

Tore Rye Andersen. Det etiske spejlkabinet: Et studie af postmodernistisk og postironisk litteratur. University of Aalborg, Aalborg, Denmark, 2007.

Frederick Ashe. 'Only Poet-warriors': Rewriting the Sixties. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, (1992): DAI 53, 1910A.

Takashi Aso. Strategies of Writing: Of the Feminine, Bodies, and Postmodern Aesthetic. State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, United States, (1996): DAI 57, 2466A.

Kevin D. Attell. Encyclopedic Modernisms: Historical Reflection and Modern Narrative Form. University of California, Berkeley, California, United States, (2004): DAI 65, 508A.

William D. Atwill. Fire and Power: Narratives of the Space Age. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States, (1991): DAI 51, 3409A.

Christina Bacchilega. Palimpsest Readings: The Marchen and Contemporary Fiction. State University of New York, Binghamton, New York, United States, (1983): DAI 44, 3409A.

W. Bachem. Identity and Difference: A Study of Systemic Structures in Selected Works by Franz Kafka, Samuel Beckett and Thomas Pynchon. University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom, 1981.

Peter J. Bailey. Pattern and Perception in the Fiction of Stanley Elkin. University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, United States, (1980): DAI 41, 1585A.

Jeffrey S. Baker. Somewhere Under Pynchon's Rainbow: Pragmatism, Protest, and Radical Democracy in'Gravity's Rainbow. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 2677A.

Robert J. Baker. Radiant Veils and Dark Mirrors: Twentieth-century Versions of Allegory. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States, (1993): DAI 54, 1799A.

Charles A. Baldwin. Vanishing Aesthetics: Mediality and Literature After Merleau-Ponty, Virilio, and McLuhan. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (1999): DAI 60, 1554A.

Charles L. Banning. The Time of Our Time: William Gaddis, John Hawkes and Thomas Pynchon. State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, United States, (1978): DAI 38, 5471–5472A.

Sandra K. Baringer. The Metanarrative of Suspicion: Surveillance and Control in Late Twentieth-Century America. University of California, Riverside, California, United States, (2000): DAI 60, 3411A.

Patricia A. Barker. The Art of the Contemporary Historical Novel. University of Texas, Dallas, Texas, United States, (2005): DAI 66, 582A.

Kubra P. Basci. Clowning in American Culture and Literature: The Nineteen Sixties. University of Texas, Austin, Texas, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 4013A.

Anne Battesti. Gravity's Rainbow de Thomas Pynchon: L'écriture de la bifurcation. Université d'Orléans, Orléans, France, 1994.

Elizabeth A. Bayerl. Tangled Hierarchies: Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid and Gravity's Rainbow. Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, United States, (1986): DAI 46, 3712A.

Graham W. Benton. Unruly Narratives: The Anarchist Dimension in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, (2003): DAI 63, 3551A.

James A. Berger. After the End: Representations of Post-Apocalypse. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1995): DAI 55, 3186A.

Jaye E. Berman. Parody as Cultural Criticism in the Postmodern American Novel: Donald Barthelme, Gilbert Sorrentino, and Thomas Pynchon. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, (1989): DAI 49, 2217A.

Fakhereddine Berrada. The Other Pynchon: Narrative Strategies and Thomas Pynchon's Post-Colonial Imagination. University of Wales, Bangor, United Kingdom, 1995.

Hanjo Berressem. The Language of the Self and the Language of Society in the Works of Thomas Pynchon. Universität Aachen, Aachen, Germany, 1989.

Michael F. Bérubé. Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers: Melvin Tolson, Thomas Pynchon, and the Rhetoric of Critical Response. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1990): DAI 51, 848A.

Philip Best. Apocalypticism in the Fiction of William S. Burroughs, G. Ballard and Thomas Pynchon. University of Durham, Durham City, United Kingdom, 1998.

Joel M. Bettridge. Reading Consequences: Ethics, Belief and the Reader in America's Postwar Avant-Garde. State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, United States, (2003): DAI 63, 2870A.

Joan Bisschoff. With Manic Laughter: The Secular Apocalypse in American Novels of the 1960's. Lehigh University, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States, (1975): DAI 36, 2818A.

David L. Bissett. Contrary Identities: Subject and Text in Modern Introspective Fiction. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1980): DAI 41, 2102A.

Joel D. Black. The Second Fall: The Laws of Digression and Gravitation in Romantic Narrative and Their Impact on Contemporary Encyclopedic Literature. University of Stanford, Palo Alto, California, United States, (1979): DAI 39, 7331–7332A.

Russell Blackford. Absurdity to Archetype: The Return to Myth Considered in Novels by Kurt Vonnegut, John Barth, and Thomas Pynchon. University of Newcastle, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 1982.

Brent M. Blackwell. Literary Topology: Modern Science and Contemporary American Fiction. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States, (2005): DAI 65, 3804A.

Diana Y. Blaine. 'Are they simply going to leave her there?': Dead Women in the Modern American Novel. University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 3954A.

Michael A. Boccia. Form, Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel: Or What the Hell is Going on Here Anyway?. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States, (1981): DAI 41, 3101–3102A.

Cornel Bonca. Strategies of Self in the Postmodern Era. University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States, (1991): DAI 52, 2141A.

Elliot Braha. Menippean Form in Gravity's Rainbow and in Other Contemporary American Texts. University of Columbia, Columbia, New York, United States, (1979): DAI 40, 255-256A.

David J. Brande. Technologies of Postmodernity: Ideology and Desire in Literature and Science. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 2677A.

Laurel K. Brett. 'Toto, I Have a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore': Discussions of Pynchon's Novels. State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, United States, (1989): DAI 49, 3024A.

Neil E. Brooks. The Function of Culture at the Present Time: [Un]mapping Contemporary Culture Studies. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States, (1992): DAI 52, 1905A.

David M. Brottman. The Value(s) of Extravagance: Toward a Phenomenology of the Comic Imagination by Way of the American Comic Novel,1960-1980. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, United States, (1991): DAI 52, 914A.

Donald M. Brown. Supreme Fictions: A Study of the Novels of Marcel Proust, James Joyce and Thomas Pynchon. University of Princeton, Princeton, New Jersey, United States, (1995): DAI 55, 3835A.

Jeoffrey S. Bull. Trying Nothing: Appraisals on Nihilism in American Fiction of the 1970's. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (1998): DAI 59, 2020A.

Eric J. Bulson. Novel Orientations: Maps, Narrative, and Modernity, 1850-2000. University of Columbia, Columbia, New York, United States, (2004): DAI 65, 1362A.

Ethan Bumas. The Utopian States of America: On History, the Novel, and Utopia in the Americas. Washington University, St Louis, Missouri, United States, (1999): DAI 60, 413A.

Helen E. Burda. Redemption in the Novels of John Barth, John Hawkes, and Thomas Pynchon: 'By indirections find directions out [Hamlet II.i66]. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States, (1998): DAI 58, 3521A.

Terry P. Caesar. 'Violating the Shrine': Parody Inside and Outside Literature. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, United States, (1979): DAI 40, 3311–3312A.

James P. Cahill. A Bakhtinian Analysis of Four Comic American Novels: Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer, Joseph Heller's Catch-22, Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49, and Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo. St. Louis University, St Louis, Missouri, United States, (2006): DAI 67, 933A.

Mark Caldicott. The Post-Expressivist Turn: Four American Novels and the Author - Function. University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia, 2005.

John C. Calhoun. A Groatsworth of Wit: Parallels in John Barth's The Sot-Weed Factor and Thomas Pynchon's V.. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States, (1976): DAI 37, 2857A.

Elizabeth A. Campbell. Disposable Containers: Metonymy in the Novel. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1984): DAI 44, 3386A.

Gregor D. Campbell. Historical Consciousness in the Fiction of William Gaddis, Thomas Pynchon, and Robert Coover: A Reading of The Recognitions, Gravity's Rainbow, and The Public Burning. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (1989): DAI 50, 1661A.

Dale A. Carter. The Final Frontier: American Culture, Society and the Space Programme. King's College, London, United Kingdom, 1987.

Judith Chambers. Gravity's Rainbow as Hermeneutic Text. University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, United States, (1984): DAI 44, 2765A.

Elaine K. Chang. Women's Places: The Proprietary Politics of Cultural Space. University of Stanford, Palo Alto, California, United States, (1995): DAI 55, 3180A.

Kuo-ching Chang. Self-empowering Revisions: History, Politics, and Literary Practice. University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, United States, (1993): DAI 53, 3519A.

Gerald W. Chapman. Anxious Appropriations: Feminism and Male Identity in the Writings of Blake, Joyce, and Pynchon. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, United States, (1993): DAI 53, 2822A.

Mark J. Charney. Reinventing Narrative: The Relationship of the Post-Contemporary Novel to the Cinema. Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, (1988): DAI 49, 1136A.

Gumhee Che. The Cordelia Complex in Paranarrative: The Basic Instinct of Postmodern Textuality. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States, (1998): DAI 59, 1136A.

Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Le Badass et Autres Excentriques: De la Subversion chez Thomas Pynchon. Université de Montpellier, Montpelllier, France, 1987.

Beverly L. Clark. The Mirror Worlds of Carroll, Nabokov and Pynchon: Fantasy in the 1860's and 1960's. Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, United States, (1980): DAI 40, 5847A.

Samuel Cohen. The Novel of Retrospect in American Fiction of the 1990's: Pynchon, Morrison, Roth. University of Columbia, Columbia, New York, United States, (2003): DAI 63, 4311A.

Kevin L. Cole. Levity's Rainbow: Menippean Poetics in Swift, Fielding, and Sterne. Baylor University, Waco, Texas, United States, (1999): DAI 60, 1143A.

Todd A. Comer. At the Limit of Subjectivity: Ethics, Community, Birth, and the Posthuman in the Narratives of Thomas Pynchon, Samuel R. Delany, Steven Spielberg, and Joel and Ethan Coen. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, United States, (2006): DAI 66, 3300A.

Kynan D. Connor. Allusive Mechanics in Modern and Postmodern Fiction as Suggested by James Joyce in His Novel Dubliner. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States, (2006): DAI 67, 555A.

Kenneth D. Cooper. Fables of the Nuclear Age: Fifty Years of World War III. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, (1993): DAI 54, 176A.

Madeleine J. Cooper. Centres and Boundaries: The Presentation of Self in the Work of William Burroughs, Thomas Pynchon, Charles Olson, and Robert Duncan. University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 1977.

Peter L. Cooper. An Ominous Logic: Thomas Pynchon and Contemporary American Fiction. University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States, (1979): DAI 39, 5510–5511A.

Martin W. Copeland. Art and Actuality: Studies in the Rhetoric of Fact and Fiction in the Novel. University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States, (1978): DAI 39, 277A.

D. Cordle. Literature and Science Writing in Contemporary Culture: The Challenge to History in Post-Enlightenment Discourses of Literature, Science and Literary Theory. University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, 1996.

M. Doretta Cornell. Myths Against the Void: Mythmaking in Twentieth Century Literature [T. S. Eliot, Wallace Stevens, Thomas Pynchon]. University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, United States, (1985): DAI 46, 976–977A.

Giovanna Covi. The Slow Process of Decolonializing Language: The Politics of Sexual Differences in Postmodernist Fiction. State University of New York, Binghamton, New York, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 4388A.

David G. Cowart. Thomas Pynchon's Art of Allusion. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, (1977): DAI 38, 782A.

Carmen K. Cramer. The New Democratic Protagonist: American Novels and Women Main Characters. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, (1980): DAI 41, 1593A.

Douglas E. Crowell. 'When You See Someone's Head Entirely Bandaged, You Know He Is Evil': Reading Miss Lonelyhearts, The Dead Father, Lost in the Funhouse, and Gravity's Rainbow. State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, United States, (1982): DAI 42, 3998A.

Michael J. Crowley. Authority and Authenticity in Gravity's Rainbow and Mason & Dixon. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, United States, (2003): DAI 63, 3945A.

Robert J. Cullen. Words and a Yarn: Language and Narrative Technique in the Works of Thomas Pynchon. University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States, (1981): DAI 42, 1634A.

Maureen F. Curtin. Skin Tropes in Twentieth-Century Anglo-American Literature: Interfacing Biotechnical, Political, and Visual Discourses of Identity. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, (2000): DAI 60, 2483A.

Inger H. Dalsgaard. The Fabrication of America: Myths of Technology in American Literature and Culture. King's College, London, United Kingdom, 2000.

Daniela Daniele. Mapless Cities: Urban Displacement and Failed Encounters in Surrealist and Post-modern Narratives. University of Columbia, Columbia, New York, United States, (1992): DAI 53, 1150A.

Doug Davis. Strategic Fictions: Crisis, Invention, and Discovery in the American Narratives of Nuclear Defense. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, (2003): DAI 64, 1249A.

Robert L. Davis. History and Resistance in the Early Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, United States, (1994): DAI 55, 1559A.

Susan E. Davis. A Counterforce of Readers: The Rhetoric of Thomas Pynchon's Narrative Technique. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, (1979): DAI 40, 2677A.

Laurence F. Daw. Us and Them: Technological Hierarchies in Fowles and Pynchon. University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, (1984): DAI 44, 3070A.

G. P. Dawson. The Dilemma of Contemporary Existence in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 1984.

Victoria F. de Zwaan. Postmodern Pirates: Metaphoric Experiments in the Novels of Donald Barthelme, Thomas Pynchon, and Kathy Acker. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (1998): DAI 59, 2021A.

Anthony R. DeCurtis. Contemporary American Fiction and the Process of Fictionalization. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, United States, (1980): DAI 41, 1056–1057A.

Jeffrey A. Del Col. Early Clues for the New Direction?: The Technocratic Myth in Pynchon and Pirsig. West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, United States, (1979): DAI 39, 4239A.

Paul S. Derrick. Gravity's Rainbow and the Context of Its Time: A Cultural Collage. Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain, (1994): DAI 55, C20.

Joseph O. Dewey. In a Dark Time: The Apocalyptic Temper of American Literature in the Atomic Age. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States, (1987): DAI 48, 126-127A.

David Dickson. The Utterance of America: Emersonian Newness in Dos Passos' U.S.A and Pynchon's Vineland. Göteborg universitet, Göteborg, Sweden, 1998.

R. H. W. Dillard. Subverting Subversion: Contrapostmodernism and Contemporary Fiction's Challenge to Theory. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (2005): DAI 66, 1350A.

Abigail E. Disney. Shadows of Doubt: The American Historical War Novels of James Fenimore Cooper, Stephen Crane and Thomas Pynchon. University of Columbia, Columbia, New York, United States, (1994): DAI 55, 565A.

Andrew Dix. Ideology and Utopia in Novels by William Gaddis and Thomas Pynchon. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1994.

Steven N. doCarmo. History and Refusal: The Opposition to Consumer Culture in Contemporary American Fiction. Lehigh University, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States, (2000): DAI 60, 4426A.

Christopher A. Donovan. Postmodern Reconciliations: Liberal Ironism and the Recovery of the Audience in Contemporary American Fiction. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (1999): DAI 60, 128A.

Thomas W. Douglas. What We Talk About When We Talk About the Media: American Literary Culture and the Public Sphere. University of California, Santa Barbara, California, United States, (1998): DAI 58, 4652A.

Linda S. Doyle. A Study of Time in Three Novels: Under the Volcano, One Hundred Years of Solitude and Gravity's Rainbow. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States, (1978): DAI 39, 1547A.

Richard V. Dragan. Aesthetic Science and the Encyclopedic Novels of Joyce, Pynchon, DeLillo, and Powers. City University of New York, New York, New York, United States, (2006): DAI 66, 2926A.

John V. Dugdale. Allusiveness and Self-Consciousness in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Trinity College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1987.

Michael W. Dula. Laughter in the Dark: The Jester God in American Literature. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1988): DAI 48, 2627–2628A.

Arthur Edelstein. Realism and Beyond: Essays on Twentieth-Century Fiction. University of Stanford, Palo Alto, California, United States, (1977): DAI 38, 1377–1378A.

Allen R. Einerson. Paradigms of Uncertainty: A Postmodern Mythos. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 2667A.

Amy J. Elias. Spatializing History: Representing History in the Postmodernist Novel. University of Pennsylvania, State College, Pennsylvania, United States, (1992): DAI 52, 4327A.

Jane K. Elliott. Politics Out of Time: Feminism, Futurity and the End of History. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, (2005): DAI 65, 4196A.

Michael J. Emery. U.S. Horror: Gothicism in the Work of William Faulkner, Thomas Pynchon, and Stanley Kubrick. State University of New York, Binghamton, New York, United States, (1990): DAI 50, 3227A.

Laurie T. Evans. Constituting Selves: Character and Fractal Historicism in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1996): DAI 56, 3580A.

Brian D. Fagel. Spirit Lessons: Post-Nuclear American Fiction and the Spirituality of Survival. University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, United States, (2000): DAI 61, 985A.

John C. Farrell. Thomas Pynchon and the Postmodern Language. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, (1989): DAI 49, 3026A.

Kathleen Fitzpatrick. The Anxiety of Obsolescence: The Postmodern Novel and the Electronic Media. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (1998): DAI 59, 1163A.

Martin E. FitzPatrick. Artificers and Chroniclers: Rhetorics of Representation in Twentieth-Century Fictional Narrative. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (2000): DAI 61, 194A.

Anne B. Foltz. Architectonics in the Zone: Construction and Implications in Three Contemporary Novels. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States, (2000): DAI 60, 2492A.

Douglas E. Ford. Waveforms Constantly Changing: Postmodernizing Electricity in American Fiction. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, United States, (1998): DAI 59, 821A.

James E. Fowler. The Tempest Legacy: Shakespeare, Browning and Auden. Rice University, Houston, Texas, United States, (1984): DAI 45, 1121A.

Christine Freeman. Speaking the Silent Mutiny of the Muted: Narrative Heresy in Fuentes' Terra Nostra and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, United States, (1985): DAI 45, 3127A.

Randall R. Freisinger. 'To Move Wild Laughter in the Throat of Death': An Anatomy of Black Humor. University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, United States, (1975): DAI 36, 6655A.

Nicolas Froeliger. Thèmes, schèmes, forme: Le jeu avec les limites dans les romans de Thomas Pynchon. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, Paris, France, 1995.

Janice W. Frost. 'Overcoming the Tradition': A Social Constructionist Approach to V., The Crying of Lot 49, and Gravity's Rainbow. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, (1988): DAI 48, 2061–2062A.

Denise Marie Frusciante. In-Search of the Psyche: The Multiplicity of Mythic Selves in Wallace Stevens. University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, United States, (2006): DAI 67, 1333A.

Gregory S. Galica. Patterns of Experience: The Participatory Voice in Criticism and Metafiction. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, United States, (1978): DAI 38, 4815A.

Laura Garc. Bodies in Resistance: Literary and Social Fractures in 'Postmodern' Times. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, United States, (1994): DAI 54, 3426A.

Joanne M. Gass. Penelope's Tapestry: The Weave of History and Fiction in John Barth's Letters and Carlos Fuentes' Terra Nostra. University of California, Irvine, California, United States, (1990): DAI 50, 2888A.

Joshua A. Gaylord. Holy Books, Poison Ink: Narrative Mediation in Faulkner and Postmodernism. New York University, New York, New York, United States, (2000): DAI 61, 1400A.

Paula E. Geyh. Mapping the Postmodern: Space and Subjectivity in Contemporary American Fiction. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, (1995): DAI 56, 930A.

Jennifer A. Gibson. Artificial Perplexities: The Paradigm of Gothic Fiction and Its Postmodern Survival in the Work of Nabokov, Pynchon, and Beckett. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, United States, (1991): DAI 52, 1751A.

Jeanette W. Gilsdorf. The Multiple Perspective in Modern Experimental Novels: Eight Examples. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States, (1975): DAI 36, 878A.

Jason Gladstone. Lines in the Dirt: (American) Postmodernism and the Failure of Technology. Johns Hopkins University, Arlington, Texas, United States, (2007): DAI 67, 4183A.

Martin E. Gloege. The American Origins of the Postmodern Self. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, (1992): DAI 53, 1913A.

Robert E. Golden. Violence and Art in Postwar American Literature: A Study of O'Connor, Kosinski, Hawkes, and Pynchon. University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, United States, (1972): DAI 33, 311A.

Charles A. Goldthwaite. The Magic Carpet Ride: The Evolution of Rock 'n' Roll in American Prose Literature. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (2003): DAI 64, 143A.

Ann Brashear Gonzalez. 'La Novela Totalizadora': Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and Fuentes' Terra Nostra. University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, United States, (1984): DAI 44, 3057–3058A.

Lawrence J. Gorman. Gravity's Rainbow: The Promise and Trap of Mythology. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, United States, (1981): DAI 42, 1630–1631A.

Mary Grabar. Analogies Between Nazi Culture and American Culture in Gravity's Rainbow, The Thanatos Syndrome, and White Noise. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, United States, (2003): DAI 63, 2871A.

Ronald Granofsky. The Contemporary Symbolic Novel. Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, (1986): DAI 47, 526A.

James K. Grant. The Embroidered Mantle: Order and the Individual in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, (1977): DAI 37, 6485A.

Brian L. Greenspan. Postmodern Menippeas: The Literature of Ideas in the Age of Information. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (2000): DAI 61, 174A.

Rebecca W. Guglielmo. The Prophetic Mode in Postmodern Fiction: From Pynchon to Rushdie. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, United States, (1991): DAI 52, 530A.

Philip A. Gunderson. The Veil of Being: Perspectivism and the Modern Subject of Representation. University of California, San Diego, California, United States, (2003): DAI 64, 1647A.

Carl S. Guti. Historical Designs: A Pan American Approach to the Contemporary Encyclopedic Novel. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, United States, (1991): DAI 51, 4138A.

John Z. Guzlowski. The Assault on Character in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon, John Barth, John Hawkes and William Gaddis. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States, (1980): DAI 41, 2604-2605A.

Larry J. Hall. The Development of Myth in Post-World-War-II American Novels. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, United States, (1976): DAI 35, 6139A.

John H. Hammill. Writing Historical Fiction: Authority and the Individual in Gravity's Rainbow. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 1996.

Robert J. Hansen. Timely Meditations: Reclaiming the Use-Value of History in the Postmodern Novel. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States, (1997): DAI 57, 4368A.

Richard B. Hardack. 'The Seductive God': Pan and Transcendental Individualism in American Literature. University of California, Berkeley, California, United States, (s.d.): DAI 55, 2831A.

Miriam Hardin. Absurd America in the Novels of Vonnegut, Pynchon, and Boyle. Lehigh University, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States, (2002): DAI 62, 4166A.

Robert Donald Hariman. The Public Temper of Gravity's Rainbow. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, (1980): DAI 40, 4798A.

Charles B. Harris. Contemporary American Novelists of the Absurd. University of Southern Illinois, Carbondale, Illinois, United States, (1971): DAI 31, 4162A.

Michael Hartnett. Secrecy and the Novel. State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, United States, (1998): DAI 58, 3121A.

Kristi L. Havens. Troubling Gender: Transgression and Postmodern Fiction. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, (1997): DAI 58, 2203A.

Dee Hawkins. Mythology and Bureaucracy in American Novels. University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, United States, (s.d.): DAI 55, 1955A.

Paul M. Hedeen. Resignifying the Separate Peace: The Postmodern American War Novel. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, United States, (1990): DAI 51, 2019A.

Ursula B. Heise. Chronoschisms: Temporality and Contingency in Postmodern Narrative. University of Stanford, Palo Alto, California, United States, (1993): DAI 54, 1811A.

Daniel S. Hepler. American Encyclopedic Narratives: Thoreau, Melville, Pynchon. University of California, Riverside, California, United States, (2002): DAI 62, 2422A.

Scott D. Hermanson. The Simulation of Nature: Contemporary American Fiction in an Environmental Context. University of Cincinnati, Cincinatti, Ohio, United States, (2002): DAI 63, 383A.

Bruce I. Herzberg. Illusions of Control: A Reading of Gravity's Rainbow. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, (1979): DAI 39, 6756–6757A.

James Kenneth Hewitson. Mechanization and the Transformation of Millennial Discourse: Jonathan Edwards and Nathaniel Hawthorne. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (2005): DAI 66, 2215A.

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