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

The Crying of Lot 49

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Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "Egy mõ példája. Entrópia és komikum Thomas Pynchon The Crying of Lot 49 címõ regényében." Válság és Komikum: A Hatvanas Évek Amerikai Regénye . Magvetõ, Budapest, Hungaria (1982): 413-441 [and passim].

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "The Entropic Rhythm of Thomas Pynchon's Comedy in The Crying of Lot 49." Hungarian Studies in English 11 (1977): 117-130.

Abernethy, Peter. "Entropy in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Critique 14.2 (1972): 18-33.

Accardo, Annalucia and Igina Tattoni. "The Crying of Lot 49 e Slaughterhouse-Five. due romanzi contemporanie." Cultura e Scuola 22 (1984): 86-98.

Ahn, Yong Chul. "The Crying of Lot 49. Entropy of Information." Journal of English Language and Literature 33.4 (1987): 709-725.

Akiba, Tsutomu. "Maxwell's Demon as Metaphor- with The Crying of Lot 49 as a Clue to Go." Tohoku Gakuin Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku Kenkyusho Kiyou 15 (1986): 115-139.

Alexander, Victoria N. "The Crying of Lot 49 and C. S. Peirce's Theory of Self-Organization." Pynchon Notes 52-53 (Spring - Fall 2003): 23-39. Article.

Allbaugh, Tom. "Dr. Hilarius as a Reader in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature 26.5 (1996): 2-3.

Andersen, Af Uffe. "Welcome Mr Chance. Thomas Pynchon: Katalognummer 49 udbydes." Sentura (1999). Review.

Andersen, Frits. "'Waste og Value' i fortællingens økønomi. Om Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49." Grunnlagsproblemer i estetisk forskning: Fortellingens Teori . Ed. Karin Gundersen. NAVF, Oslo, Norway (1992): 7-22.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Distorted Transmissions: Towards a Material Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Orbis Litterarum 68.2 (2013): 110-142.

Angle, James. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of Narrative Technique 23.1 (1993): 57-60.

Antoszek, Andrzej. "The Paradox of Postmodern Chaosm." Approaches to Fiction . Ed. Leszek S. Kolek. Folium, Lublin, Poland (1996): 9–23 [14–18].

Aso, Takashi. "The Advent of Modern Miracle: The Crying of Lot 49." Colloquia 11 (1990): 1-5.

Assman, Aleida. "Texts, Traces, Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory." Representations 56 (1996): 123-134 [132-133]. Article originally published in Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [with the same title] 12 (1996): 31-44 [42-43].

Assman, Aleida. "Texts, Traces, Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory." Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 12 (1996): 31-44 [42-43].

Barbour, Judith. "Oedipa and the Scottish Demon." Working Papers 2.1-2 (1988): 55-63.

Barnett, Louise K. "Postmodernist Speech: The Universe of Discourse as a Closed System." Authority and Speech: Language, Society, and Self in the American Novel . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1993): 195-217, 265-270.

Baron, Christine. "La négociation des rapports interdisciplinaires dans le champ comparatiste." CLW 2 (2010): 41-54.

Basil, Verónica. "The Solitary Seeker as Depicted by Thomas Pynchon and the Surrealist Painter Varo." Translation Across Cultures: La traducción entre el mundo hispánico y anglosajón:Relaciones lingüísticas, culturales y literarias . Ed. J. C. Santoyo. Universidad de León, León, Spain (1989): 225-228.

Bassoff, Bruce. "In Search of Narcissus: The Crying of Lot 49." The Secret Sharers: Studies in Contemporary Fictions . AMS Press, New York, New York, United States (1983): 49-64.

Battesti, Anne. "Chapitre 2. Cet Autre magique. La Vente à la criée du Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: l'approche et l'esquive . Belin, Paris, France (2004): 31-44.

Baxter, Charles. "De-faced America: The Great Gatsby and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 7 (October 1981): 22-37. Article.

Baylon, Daniel. "The Crying of Lot 49. Vrai roman et faux policier?." Caliban 23 (1986): 111-125.

Beidler, Philip A. "Pynchon, Thomas." Scriptures for a Generation: What We Were Reading in the '60s . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994): 166-169, 230.

Benoit, Raymond. "Pynchon's Lot 49 on James's Jolly Corner." Notes on Contemporary Literature 35.3 (2005): 10-12.

Bergh, Magnus. "The Courier's Tragedy: Thomas Pynchon and Salman Rushdie in Tune with Each Other." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 188-192. Article.

Berolzheimer, Hobert F. "Review of The Crying of Lot 49." Library Journal 91 (15 March 1966): 1447.

Berressem, Hanjo. "The Crying of Lot 49: Writing the Subject." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text . University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States (1993): 82-118.

Blackshadow, Vincent. "The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon." The Brown Noise Unit (10 April 2006). Blog post.

Blaine, Diana Y. "Death and The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 51-70.

Bloom, Harold. How to Read and Why . Scribner's, New York, New York, United States (2000): 249-254.

Booker, Keith M. "Detective Fiction, the Fantastic, and the Role of the Reader: Who Killed Palomino Molero? in Postmodernist Context." Vargas Llosa Among the Postmodernists . University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States (1994): 139-161.

Briasco, Luca. "From Labyrinth to Crossroads." America Today: Highways and Labyrinths . Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Grafia, Syracuse, Italy (2003): 503-511 [507-508].

Brown, Carolyn. "Waste, Death, and Destiny: Heterotopic Scenarios in The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins . Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States (2003): 154-161.

Brugière, Marion. "Les avatars de la quête dans The Crying of Lot 49." Delta 8 (1979): 143-154.

Brugière, Marion. "Quest Avatars in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying Of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 9 (June 1982): 5-16. Article. Article originally published in Delta: Revue du centre d'études et de recherche sur les écrivains du Sud aux Etats-Unis as Les avatars de la quête dans The Crying of Lot 49 8 (1979): 143-154. Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

Buning, Marius. "Allegory, the American Canon, and Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Rewriting the Dream: Reflections on the Changing American Literary Canon . Ed. W. M. Verhoeven. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1992): 141-156.

Burillo Gadea, Mar. "Entropy and the Fantastic in Pynchon's Narratives." CLCWeb 10.4 (2008). Article.

Burling, Valérie. "Oedipa's Way with Words: Some Comments on the Use of Dialogue in The Crying of Lot 49." Bulletin de la Soci 6 (1984): 107-112.

Burrows, Miles. "Paranoid Quests: Review of The Crying of Lot 49." New Statesman (14 April 1967): 513-514.

Calanchi, Alessandra. "'The Cry That Might Abolish The Night'. The Crying of Lot 49 e il Viaggio di Oedipa Nella città-sfinge." Rivista di studi anglo-americani 6.8 (1990): 407-419.

Carpenter, Richard C. "State of Mind: The California Setting of The Crying of Lot 49." Itinerary 7 (1978): 105-113.

Carter, Dale A. "Alt hænger sammen. Oedipa Mass' [sic] Moebius trip i The Crying of Lot 49." Passage 11-12 (1992): 123-132.

Carter, Steven. "Twice upon a Mattress: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Devotions to the Text . University Press of America, Dallas, Texas, United States (2004): 127-129. Article originally published in The Explicator [with the same title] 59.1 (2000): 50-52.

Carter, Steven. "Twice upon a Mattress: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Explicator 59.1 (2000): 50-52.

Castillo, Debra A. "Borges and Pynchon: The Tenuous Symmetries of Art." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 . Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States (1991): 21-46.

Chambers, Judith. "The Crying of Lot 49: The Word in Ruins." Thomas Pynchon . Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States (1992).

Chen, Shidan. "Lun Pai mai di 49 pi zhong shang, duo yi xing he bu que ding xing de mi gong." Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 29 (February 2007): 125-132.

Claas, Dietmar. "Ein abgekartetes Spiel? Handlungsspiele in Die Versteigerung von No. 49 und die innovative Leistung des Lesers." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Heinz Ickstadt. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981): 128-146.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "En busca de el energia de V.. laberintos metaficcionales, entropia y revelacción en The Crying of Lot 49." El Orden del Caos: Literatura y posthumanidad en la narrativa de Thomas Pynchon . Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain (2004): 83-118.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "La nueva fìsica y el sentido de la transcendencia en el (Post)Modernismo. Cien años de soledad y The Crying of Lot 49." Actas del XIII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos (1991): 159-172.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988).

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "Bibliography." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 109-114.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "Conclusion." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 99-102.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "I.: The Reader's Quest." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 11-18.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "II.: From Words to Worse." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 19-34.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "III.: More Mirrors." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 35-38.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "IV.: Metaphor in CL 49." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 39-46.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "IX.: Pynchon's Alchemy." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 93-96.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "Notes." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 103-106.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "Pynchon's Alchemy in The Crying of Lot 49." Recherches anglaises et américaines 17 (1984): 213-218.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "V.: Remedio Varo's Tryptych and Mise-en-Abyme." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 47-58.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "VI.: On Work and the Workings of Society." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 55-60.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "VII: Madness, Disease and Death [Within and Without]." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 61-76.

Colvile, Giorgiana M. M. "VIII.: Woman's Lot and Cry." Beyond and Beneath the Mantle: On Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1988): 77-92.

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in Lot 49." Muse in the Machine: American Fiction and Mass Publicity . Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States (2004): 56–66, 116–139, 200–202, 209. Article originally published in Pynchon Notes as The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 45-70.

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 24-25 (Spring - Fall 1989): 45-70. Article.

Couturier, Maurice. "The Death of the Real in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 20-21 (Spring - Fall 1987): 5-29. Article.

Couturier, Maurice. "'Do I Know You?': Author-Reader Relationship in The Crying of Lot 49." Cycnos 2 (1985-1986): 121-134.

Couturier, Maurice. "'Do I Know You?'." Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction . Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany (1989): 74–90. Article originally published in Cycnos as 'Do I Know You?': Author-Reader Relationship in The Crying of Lot 49 2 (1985-1986): 121-134.

Couturier, Maurice. "Nabokov in Postmodernist Land." Critique 34.4 (1993): 247-260 [256-257].

Couturier, Maurice. "Le réel et la postmodernité." Confluences Américaines: Mélanges en l'honneur de Maurice Gonnaud . Ed. Yves Carlet and Michel Granger. Presse universitaire de l'université de Nancy, Nancy, France (1990): 229-241 [230-235, 240].

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Paintings of Remedios Varo." Critique 18.3 (1977): 19-26 or 5-17.

Cox, Stephen D. "Berkeley, Blake, and the Apocalypse of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Essays in Literature 7.1 (1980): 91-99.

"The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon." Western American Literature 1.2 (Summer 1966): 142-143.

Csat, P. "In the Wake of the Lost Grail: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 as Anti-Parsifal?." Hungarian Studies in English 4 (1-2 1998): 307-331.

Cuder Dominguez, Pilar. "The Crying of Lot 49 y el género policíaco." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 19-20 ((1989-1990) 1989): 301-308.

Curling, Dean B. "An Index to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 36-39 (Spring - Fall 1995-1996): 69-81. Index.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Tragic Satire: Chasing Nazi Symbols in The Crying of Lot 49." Approaches to Teaching The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works by Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Thomas H. Schaub. Modern Language Assocation, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2008): 83–87.

Das, Prasanta. "Oedipa's Night Journey in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature 23.2 (1993): 4-5.

Das, Prasanta. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Classical Detective Story." Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) 23.2 (1992): 141-149.

Davidson, Cathy N. "Oedipa as Androgyne in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Contemporary Literature 18.1 (1977): 38-50.

Davis, Robert M. "Parody, Paranoia and the Dead End of Language in The Crying of Lot 49." Genre 4.4 (Winter 1972): 367-377.

Davis, Robert M. "Whatever Happened to Richard Fariña? (Essential Books)." World Literature Today 80.3 (2006): 39-41.

Day, William. "Countering Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49 with Reader Involvement: Remedios Varo as a Role Model for Oedipa Maas." Pynchon Notes 56-57 (Spring - Fall 2009): 30-45. Article.

Decker, Mark T. "A Proliferation of Bad Shit: Informational Entropy, Politics and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 142-156. Article.

del Pont , Xavier Marcó. "From N.A.D.A. to Infinity: A Case Study of Wendell ‘Mucho’ Maas." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

del Pont , Xavier Marcó. "'Just mail the letter': Circulation and the Epistle in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017). Lecture.

Delbourg, Patrice. "Gai comme un Pynchon." Le Nouvel Observateur (6-11 February 1987).

Della Marca, Manlio. "'All That Is Solid Melts Into Air': Between Hardware and Software. Memory and Signs in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Against the Grain (10-14 June 2008).

Della Marca, Manlio. "Fluid Destiny: Memory and Signs in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives . Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010): 251-262.

DiFilippo, Paul. "Terminal Lunch: The Crime of Plot 49: Pynchon and his Xeroxes." Science Fiction Eye 5 (1989): 81–82.

Dolińska, Jagoda. ""Witaj, nowino sprzeciw budząca"." Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Marek Paryż and Tadeusz Pióro. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsawa, Poland (15 October 2018): 37-60.

Donadio, Stephen. "America, America." Partisan Review 33 (Summer 1966): 448-452.

Dugdale, John V. "Chapter 3: The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power . Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom (1990): 124-185.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'Hushing Sick Transmissions': Disrupting Story in The Crying of Lot 49." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 . Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States (1991): 79-98.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'Hushing Sick Transmissions': Disrupting Story in The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (2003): 235-249. Article originally published in New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 [with the same title] (1991): 79-98.

Egebak, Jørgen. "Hold den Hoppende. Et Forsøg Angående Thomas Pynchons The Crying of Lot 49 (1966)." K & K 31.1 (2003): 82–94.

Eklund, Matthew. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Explicator 59.4 (2001): 216-218.

Erbe, Marcus. "The Transcription of Electronic Music in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 54-55 (Spring - Fall 2008): 99-107. Article.

Euben, Peter J. "Chapter 9. The Road Home: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Tragedy of Political Theory: The Road Not Taken . Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States (1990): 281-308.

Eve, Martin P. "Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon's 'Peter Pinguid Society'." Pynchon Notes 56-57 (Spring - Fall 2009): 242-245. Article.

Evenson, Brian. "La Répétition des symboles." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 167-175.

Farrell, John C. "The Romance of the '60s: Self, Community and the Ethical in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 30-31 (Spring - Fall 1992): 139-156. Article.

Fedirka, Sarah. "Crossing Boundaries: Social Borders & Alternative Realities in The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 608-623. Article.

Ferrero, David J. "Echoes of Narcissus: Classical Mythology and Postmodern Pessimism in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 82-96. Article.

Fiorelli, Edward. "The Crying of Lot 49." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series 1 . Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1986): 361-365.

Flaxman, Gregory. "Oedipa Crisis: Paranoia and Prohibition in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 41-60. Article.

Fletcher, M. D. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49: Postmodern Apologue." Contemporary Political Satire: Narrative Strategies in the Post-Modern Context . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (1987): 113-136.

Fokkema, Aleid. "Oedipa's wake." Yang 28.1 (January-March 1992): 49-56.

Forms of the Novella: Ten Short Novels . Ed. David H. Richter. Knopf, New York, New York, United States (1981): 16, 20–21, 25, 718–722.

Forms of the Novella: Ten Short Novels - Teacher's Editon . Ed. David H. Richter. Knopf, New York, New York, United States (1981): 16, 20–21, 25, 718–722, plus suppleme.

Fowler, Douglas. A Reader's Guide to Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 . Kinko's, Santa Barbara, California, United States (1985).

Fowler, Douglas. "Epilepsy as Metaphor in The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature 14.2 (1984): 10-12.

Freese, Peter. "Chapter 5. The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction . Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (1997): 493-559.

Freese, Peter. "The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Anglia 109.1-2 (1991): 60-86. Article originally published in From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction as Chapter 5. The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 (1997): 493-559.

Frelik, Pawel. "Polysemy of Names in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Lubelskie Materia 18 (1994): 47-52.

French, Warren. "The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon." Western American Literature 1.2 (Summer 1966): 142-143.

Fry, August J. "The Clouding of the Wine: Reading Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Essays on English and American Literature and a Sheaf of Poems . Ed. Jan Bakker. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1987): 143-149.

Galloway, David D. "Milk and Honey." Spectator (14 April 1967): 425-426.

Ganter, G.. "Rioting, Textuality and The Crying of Lot 49." Found Object 1.2 (1993): 67-81.

García-Caro, Pedro. "'Damnosa Hereditas': Sorting the National Will in Fuentes' La Muerte de Artemio Cruz, and Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." How Far Is America from Here? . Ed. Theo D'Haen, Paul Giles and Djelal Kadir. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2005): 323-345.

Garfitt, Roger. "Safe Audacity." The Listener (15 November 1967): 674-675.

Gary, Romain. "To the Editor." New York Times Book Review (12 June 1966): 35.

"A Gathering of Favorites." Book Week (4 December 1966): 4, 36.

Gibb, Robert. "Ideas of Order: The Shapes of Art in The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of Modern Literature 17.1 (1990): 97–116.

Gleason, William. "The Postmodern Labyrinths of Lot 49." Critique 34.2 (1993): 83-99.

Gochenour, Phillip H. "Anarchist Miracles: Distributed Communities, Nodal Subjects and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 52-53 (Spring - Fall 2003): 40-52. Article.

Gold, Arthur R. "A Mad Dash After an Unholy Grail." Book Week (24 April 1966): 5.

Goodman, Walter. "Pratfalls on a Gloomy Stage." Life (6 May 1966): R4.

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (1994).

Grant, James K. A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49 . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2008).

Green, Martin B. "The Crying of Lot 49: Pynchon's Heart of Darkness." Pynchon Notes 8 (February 1981): 30-38. Article.

Guzlowski, John Z. "The Crying of Lot 49 and The Shadow." Pynchon Notes 9 (June 1982): 61-65. Article.

Hall, Chris. "'Behind the hieroglyphic streets': Pynchon's Oedipa Maas and the Dialectics of Reading." Critique 33.1 (1991): 63-77.

Handlin, Oscar. "Review of The Crying of Lot 49." Atlantic (May 1966): 127-128.

Haney, William S. "Chapter Seven. Rhetoric, the Self, and the Fantastic: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Literary Theory and Sanskrit Poetics: Language, Consciousness, and Meaning . E. Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, United States (1993): 139-158.

Hansen, Robert J. "Law, History, and the Subversion of Postwar America in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999): 589-608. Article.

Hans, James S. "Emptiness and Plenitude in Bartleby the Scrivener and The Crying of Lot 49." Essays in Literature 23.2 (1995): 285-299.

Harris, Richard. "Pynchon's Demon - Information and Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49." Nagoya University Faculty of Commerce Journal 31.1 (1986): 251-273.

Harvey , Lawrence Russell. "To Cry from Within or Without: Pynchon and the Modern- Postmodern Divide." ORBIT 2.1 (2013). Article.

Hassan, Waïl. "This is Not a Novel: The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 32-33 (Spring - Fall 1993): 86-98. Article.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "'Hi! My Name Is Arnold Snarb!': Homosexuality in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 44-45 (Spring - Fall 1999): 65-81. Article.

Hayasaka, Akio. "Text as Database - Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49." Literature Research Journal 2 (1994): 43-53.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'A Metaphor of God Knew How Many Parts': The Engine that Drives The Crying of Lot 49." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 . Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States (1991): 97-125.

Hays, Peter L. "Pynchon's Cunning Lingual Novel: Communication in The Crying of Lot 49." University of Mississippi Studies in English 5 (1984-1987): 23-38.

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon. De veiling van nummer 49." De Morgen (9 July 1993).

Herzogenrath, Bernd. "A Possible Source for the Name Oedipa Maas." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 107-109. Article.

Hicks, Granville. "A Plot Against the Post Office." Saturday Review (30 April 1966): 27-28.

Hicks, Granville. "The Prizes Authors Seek." Publishers' Weekly (20 May 1967): 35-36.

Hoberek, Andrew. The Twilight of the Middle Class: Post-World War II American Fiction and White-Collar Work . Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States (2005): 120–127, 153–154.

Holdsworth, Carole A. "Fateful Labyrinths: La vida es sueno and The Crying of Lot 49." The Comparatist 7 (1983): 57-74.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon, JFK and the CIA: Magic Eye Views of The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes 40-41 (Spring - Fall 1997): 61-106. Article.

Hunt, Laird. "Crying for Lot 49." Face à Pynchon . Inculte/Le Cherche Midi, Paris, France (2008): 293-299.

Hurm, Gerd. "Chapter 14. Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49." Fragmented Urban Images: The American City in Modern Fiction from Stephen Crane to Thomas Pynchon . Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (1991): 300-325.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Thomas Pynchon, Die Versteigerung von No. 49." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Heinz Ickstadt. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (1981). Article originally published in Amerikanische Erzaehlliterratur 1950-1970 as Thomas Pynchon: The Crying of Lot 49 (1975): 126-141.

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