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

Mason & Dixon

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Abbott, Lee K. "From Cherrycoke to Everybeet, Pynchon's Multitude of Voices." The Miami Herald (27 April 1997): 4L.

Adams, Josh. "The Finish: From Fiction, Some Fact: A Talking Norfolk." AKC Gazette (August 1997): 120.

Akst, Daniel. "Drawing the Line of North and South." San Jose Mercury News (4 May 1997): 3.

Akst, Daniel. "Gravity's Proof." LA Weekly (30 May-5 June 1997): 45. Review originally published in San Jose Mercury News as Drawing the Line of North and South (4 May 1997): 3.

Albers, Philipp. "Time Bandits. Kalenderreform und Vortex in Mason et Dixon." Thomas Pynchon: Archiv - Verschwörung - Geschichte . Ed. Markus Krajewski and Bernhard Siegert. Verlag und Datenbank für Geisteswissenschaften, Weimar, Germany (2003): 109-122.

Alfano, Giancarlo. "La Traccia Ustoria delle Stelle. Una Lettura di Mason & Dixon di Thomas Pynchon." Strumenti Critici 21.1 (2006): 117-143.

Alford, Steven E. "Pynchon's Line." Houston Chronicle (11 May 1997): 18, 23. Review.

Allen, Brooke. "Period Ironies." The New Criterion 16 (September 1997): 68-71.

Allen, Bruce. "Pynchon Redux." Kirkus Reviews (1 May 1997): 1.

An Extended Table of Contents for Mason & Dixon (June 2007). Extended Toc.

Andersen, Frits. "Milep...." Bøger (31 May-6 June 2002): 1.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "En kompleks historie. Om Thomas Pynchon og Mason & Dixon." Bogens Verden 6 (2002): 20-27. Article.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Mason & Dixon og 1700`- tallet." 1700-tallets litterære kultur . Ed. Frits Andersen, Ole Birklund and Per Dahl. Aarhus Universitetsforlag, Aarhus, Denmark (1999): 174-202.

Aso, Takashi. "History and Representation: Pynchon's Postmodern Spectropolitics in Mason & Dixon." Proceedings of the Kyoto American Studies Summer Seminar, August 1 - August 3, 2005 . Ed. Yoneyama Hiroshi. Center for American Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan (2006): 217–224.

Aso, Takashi. "Posutomodanizumu to rekishi. Tomasu Pinchon Meison to Dikuson." Eigo Seinen/The Rising Generation 151.11 (2006): 14-15.

Baker, John F. "Plucking the American Albatross: Pynchon's Irrealism in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 167-188.

Baker, Stephen. "Postmodernity and the Historical Novel: With the Grain: Reading Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Fiction of Postmodernity . University of Edinburgh Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom (2000): 123-151.

Barbéri, Jacques. "Thomas Pynchon - Mason & Dixon." Chronic'Art (February 2002). Review.

Battersby, Eileen. "A Great Opportunity Missed." Irish Times (10 May 1997): Weekend section [9].

Battestin, Martin C. "Pynchon, North and South." Sewanee Review 105.3 (1997): LXXVI-LXXVIII.

Baucom, Ian. "Globalit, Inc.; or, The Cultural Logic of Global Literary Studies." PMLA 116.1 (2001): 158-172 [158-159, 169].

Baudino, Mario. "Pynchon, Don Chisciotte in America." La Stampa (29 April 1997): 23.

Begley, Adam. "Flattened History." St. Petersburg Times (4 May 1997): 4D. Review originally published in New York Observer as Pynchon Still Has the Stuff, but You Can't Get to It (28 April 1997): 32.

Begley, Adam. "Pynchon Still Has the Stuff, but You Can't Get to It." New York Observer (28 April 1997): 32.

Bencivenga, Jim. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Christian Science Monitor (15 May 1997): 13.

Bergh, Magnus. "Gutenberggalaxens ytterligheter." Bonniers Litterära Magasin 66.3 (1997): 50-51.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Criticism & Pynchon & Mason & Dixon." Contemporary Literature 42.4 (2001): 834-841.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Digging for the Truth: Archaeology and the End of History." Crisis and Conflict: Essays on Southern African Literature . Ed. Geoffrey V. Davis. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (1990): 117-131.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Draw the Line, Hit the Spot'. Iscrizioni Culturali, Ferite Traumatiche e Multiplessità della Materia in Mason & Dixon." La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Giancarlo Alfano and Mattia Carratello. Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy (2003): 153-187.

Berressem, Hanjo and Norbert Finzsch. "Historiographic Metafiction / Metafictional Historiography: The Mason & Dixon Project." 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): 121–129.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Of Metal Ducks, Embodied Idorus, and Autopoietic Bridges': Tales of an Intelligent Materialism in the Age of Artificial Life." The Holodeck in the Garden: Science and Technology in Contemporary American Fiction . Ed. Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States (2004): 72-99.

"The Best Books of 1997." Time (29 December 1997): 105.

Bigsby, Christopher. "The Subdividers of Eternity." The Daily Telegraph (3 May 1997): Section Books: 4.

Bilton, Alan. "Conclusion: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." An Introduction to Contemporary American Fiction . University of Edinburgh Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom (2002): 240-247.

Birkerts, Sven. "Pynchon's Metaphysical Landscape." Washington Times (11 May 1997): B6.

Blinkhorn, Lois. "Pynchon Back in Print." The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (29 December 1996): Section Cue: 11.

Bloom, Harold. "The Perplexity of the World After Eden." Bostonia (Fall 1997): 71-72.

Bocchiola, Massimo. "Pynchon I confini della discordia." Corriere della Sera (13 October 1999): 23.

Bonca, Cornel. "Re-Dreaming the American Dream: And Re-Reading Pynchon's Latest." OC Weekly (29 August 1997): Section Books: 23.

"Books of the Year." The Independent (29 November 1997): Features: 10.

Boomsma, Graa. "De geschiedenis als opera." De Groene Amsterdammer (14 May 1997): 26-27.

Bottum, J.. "The End of His Rainbow: Thomas Pynchon Fails to Deliver." Weekly Standard (19 May 1997): 36-37.

Bouquet, Stéphane. "Latitude Pynchon." Libération (4 January 2001): section Livres.

Bouquet, Stéphane. "Tourbillons dans la carte du monde. Comment travaille-t-on sur un texte de Thomas Pynchon?." Libération (4 January 2001): section Livres.

Boyd, Greg. "All Lined Up: Pynchon goes long and connects again." Eye Weekly (15 May 1997).

Boyle, T. Coraghessan. "The Great Divide." New York Times Book Review (18 May 1997): 9.

Bradbury, Malcolm. "Is This the Greatest American Novel Ever?." Literary Review (July 1997): 24-26.

Brand, Gerhard. "Mason & Dixon." Magill's Literary Annual 1998 . Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1998): 546-550.

Brazell, Bill. "Pynchon's Line Dance." Metro (June 1997). Review.

Bril, Martin. "De veel te gewone rug van Thomas Pynchon." Het Parool (16 May 1997): 15.

Brubaker, Jack. "Thomas Pynchon Examines Murder of the Conestogas in Mason & Dixon." Lancaster New Era (7 October 1997): A12.

Bryce Echenique, Alfredo. "A Dosis Indispensable de Mentiras." Nexos (July 2001): 30.

Bukiet, Melvin J. "Boundaries: Thomas Pynchon's Line on Modernity." The Chicago Tribune (11 May 1997): 1.

Burgess, John. "A New Novel from a Great Writer." The American Reporter (16-17 August 1997).

Burkman, Greg. "Brilliant and Bawdy, Pynchon at Full Force." The Seattle Times (4 May 1997): M2.

Burns, Christy L. "Postmodern Historiography: Politics and the Parallactic Method in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Postmodern Culture 14.1 (September 2003): 22 par. Article.

Carpenter, Humphrey. "The American Goon Show." Sunday Times (4 May 1997): Section Features: 8.

Carter, Ron. "Pynchon Creates a Work that 'Dances with Language'." Richmond Times Dispatch (18 May 1997): F4.

Cartwright, Justin. "All Language with No Heart." The Financial Times (3 May 1997): Section Books: 5.

Cecchi, Sandra. "Dr. Pynchon e Mr. Salinger." L'Espresso (30 April 1997): 114-115.

Chamerois, Gilles. "L'Arc-en-ciel de la création. L'incipit de Mason & Dixon." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 69-77.

Chamerois, Gilles. "L'esperluette et la majuscule, tours et détours de la lettre dans Mason & Dixon de Thomas Pynchon." Textimage 3 (Été (Summer) 2009). Article.

Chamerois, Gilles. "'With Savage-Pictures Fill [the] Gaps'. Représentation, Invraisemblable et Innommable dans Mason & Dixon de Thomas Pynchon." G.R.A.A.T. 35 (2006): 205-219.

Chesney, Alan. "Reclusive Author Pens Brilliant Novel." Chattanooga Free Press (6 July 1997): M4.

Cheuse, Alan. "Mason & Dixon Surveys Signature Pynchon Domain." Dallas Morning News (27 April 1997): 8J.

Chorier-Fryd, Bénédicte. "'A Beat Late': Rhythmical Oddities in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France (2014): 259-270.

Clarke, Colin A. "Consumption on the Frontier: Food and Sacrament in Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 77–98.

Claro, Christophe. "Mason & Dixon. entre les lignes." Cyclocosmia (18 September 2008): 80-88. Article originally published in Les Épisodes [with the same title] (2001).

Claro, Christophe. "Mason & Dixon. entre les lignes." Les Épisodes (2001).

Claudé, Pierre. "Thomas Pynchon. Mason & Dixon." Bulletin APLV (November 1997).

Clerc, Charles. "1. A Rightful Place." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 1-2.

Clerc, Charles. "10. Rank." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 149-150.

Clerc, Charles. "11. Excerpts of The Journal of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, 1763-1768 (technical and scientific data excluded)." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 153-229.

Clerc, Charles. "2. Career and Works." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 3-8.

Clerc, Charles. "3. Critical Reception." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 10-38.

Clerc, Charles. "4. Fact." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 39-52.

Clerc, Charles. "5. Fact and Structure." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 53-56.

Clerc, Charles. "6. Fact and Fiction." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 57-86.

Clerc, Charles. "7. Fiction." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 87-124.

Clerc, Charles. "8. Style and Substance." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 125-136.

Clerc, Charles. "9. Critical Perspectives." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 137-148.

Clerc, Charles. "Index." Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000): 231-248.

Clerc, Charles. Mason & Dixon & Pynchon . University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States (2000).

Cohea, David. "Pynchon Charts America's Divided Soul." Orlando Sentinel (4 May 1997): F6.

Cohen, Samuel. "Mason & Dixon & the Ampersand." Twentieth Century Literature 48.3 (2002): 264-291.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "El legado es Norteamérica. Mason & Dixon o la resolución de los opueustos. El futuro escrido en el pasado." El Orden del Caos: Literatura y posthumanidad en la narrativa de Thomas Pynchon . Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain (2004): 183-214.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Mason & Dixon or That Corrosive Pynchonian Universe: The Clash of Reason and the Imagination." Culture and Power IV: Cultural Confrontations . Ed. Chantal Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy. Secretariado de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain (1999): 165-175.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Mason & Dixon, Historiographic Metafiction and the Unstable Reconciliation of Opposites." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2003): 71-81.

Collignon, Fabienne. "The Ballistic Flight of an Automatic Duck." ORBIT 1.2 (2012). Article.

Copestake, Ian D. "'Our Madmen, our Paranoid': Enlightened Communities and the Mental State in Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 171-184.

Copestake, Ian D. "Pynchon's Enlightenment and Alternate Realms for Redemption in Mason & Dixon." International Pynchon Week (June 1998).

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." American Literature 74.3 (2002): 341-363.

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." American Literature 71.2 (1999): 341-363.

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (2003): 261-281. Article originally published in American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography [with the same title] 71.2 (1999): 341-363.

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (2012): 136-158.

Cumyn, Richard. "Drawing the Line: At 60, Thomas Pynchon Is Still the Enfant Terrible of American Letters." Ottawa Citizen (18 May 1997): M15.

Davidson, Max. "Paperbacks." The Daily Telegraph (11 April 1998).

Daw, Laurence F. "Review by Dr Larry Daw." Spermatikos Logos (17 June 1997).

de Pastino, Blake. "Cryptic Messages." Weekly Alibi (16-22 July 1997): 16.

Dewey, Joseph O. "The Sound of One Man Mapping: Wicks Cherrycoke and the Eastern (re)Solution." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 112-131.

"Diary." Sunday Times (30 March 1997): Features.

"Diary." Sunday Times (27 April 1997): Features.

DiFilippo, Paul. "On the Line." Asimov's Science Fiction (February 1998): 149-151.

Dirda, Michael. "Measure For Measure." Book World (27 April 1997): 1, 10.

Donahue, Deirdre. "DeLillo, Frazier Among Award Hopefuls." USA Today (16 October 1997): 9D.

"Doubtin' Thomas?." Entertainment Weekly (23 May 1997): 61.

Drexler, Mike. "Beautiful Colors and Strangely Put Together Shapes." The Mainichi Daily News (13 September 1997): 9.

Dufreigne, Jean-Pierre. "Pynchon, géomètre de l'Amérique." L'Express (2001): Section Livres: 36-37.

Dugdale, John V. "Good at Games." The Independent (7 May 1997): Features:2.

Dugdale, John V. "Pynchon's Back . . .." The Guardian (24 April 1997): T9.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Reading at the 'Crease of Credulity'." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 132-142.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Worth the Wait." News and Observer (4 May 1997): G4.

Eckhardt, Thomas. "Warum haben wir noch keine Geschichte über Amerika gehört?." Kölner Stadt-Revue (1999): 164-165.

Eder, Richard. "A Literary Celebration: Our Favorite Books of 1997." Newsday (28 December 1997): B9.

Eder, Richard. "Wrestling with History." Newsday (27 April 1997): G9, G11.

"Editor's Choice." New York Times Book Review (7 December 1997): 10, 12, 95 [12].

Edwards, Brian. "Surveying 'America': In the Mnemonick Deep of Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." A.J.A.S 23.2 (December 2004): 2-30.

Ekbom, Torsten. "Till bristningsgr." Dagens Nyheter (7 July 1997): B2.

Elias, Amy J. "Chapter 6. Coda: The Sot-Weed Factor and Mason & Dixon." Sublime Desire: History and Post-1960s Fiction . Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States (2001): 221-242 [also 279-281, and passim] .

Elias, Amy J. "Postmodern Territories: Teaching Mason & Dixon and the Ideologies of Space." 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): 130-140.

Ervamaa, Tomi. "Astronomit mittaamassa uutta maailimaa." Helsingin Sanomat (3 January 1988): C4.

"États-unis. le retour de Thomas Pynchon." Le Monde (23 May 1997): Section Monde des livres.

Factor, TR. "Over the Line." Willamette Week (30 April 1997): 56.

Feeley, Gregory. "Pynchon Reemerges." The Philadelphia Enquirer (27 April 1997): Q1.

Feeney, Mark. "Gravity's Boundary." The Boston Globe (4 May 1997): D17.

Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe. "Measuring up America." The Evening Standard (12 May 1997): 26.

Fern, Miriam. "The Physics of Postmodern Laughter - Laughing Cosmology in Thomas Pynchon's Latest Novel, Mason & Dixon: A Review and Synthesis of Twentieth-Century Humor Theory." The Image of the Twentieth Century in Literature, Media, and Society . Ed. Steven Kaplan and Will Wright. Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo, Colorado, United States (2000): 520-528.

"Fiction from America: Putting Readers' Stamina to the Test." The Economist (15 November 1997): 14-15.

"Fiction." Los Angeles Times Book Review (14 December 1997): 3.

Fischer, David M. "Pynchon's Progress." NewCity (1 May 1997): 14.

Fischer, Norman. "Civic Republican Political/Legal Ethics and Echoes of the Classical Historical Novel in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Oklahoma City University Law Review 24.3 (Fall 1999). Article.

Fitzgerald, Judith. "An Unimaginably Gorgeous Tapestry." The Toronto Star (3 May 1997): K17.

"For Pynchon, Online Promo Without Author." Publishers' Weekly (7 April 1997): 13.

Foran, Charles. "Adventures in Pynchonland." Montreal Gazette (17 May 1997): I1.

Foreman, David. "Historical Documents Relating to Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 143-166.

Fowles, John. "Christmas Books II: Books of the Year." Spectator (22 November 1997): 40–47 (40).

Freer, Joanna. "Mason & Dixon and American Indians: Challenging Misconceptions of Native Culture." International Pynchon Week 2015 (8-12 June 2015).

Froehlich, Leopold. "Tom Crosses the Line." Playboy (September 1997): 28.

García-Caro, Pedro. "'America Was the Only Place . . .': American Exceptionalism and the Geographic Politics of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 101-124.

Gardner, James. "The Bigger ... The Better?." National Review (30 June 1997): 44-46.

Gerhart, Ann and Annie Groer. "The Reliable Source: Now You Know . . .." The Washington Post (13 October 1997): C3.

Giles, Paul. "Chapter 8. Virtual Englands: Pynchon's Transatlantic Heresies." Virtual Americas: Transnational Fictions and the Transatlantic Imaginary . Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States (2002): 225-253.

Glassie, John. "Big Tom." New York Times Magazine (27 April 1997): 15.

Goetz, Thomas. "Pynchon's Web of Influence." The Village Voice (6 May 1997): 45.

Gray, Edward. "Review of Mason & Dixon." William and Mary Quarterly 54.4 (1997): 877–879.

Gray, Ellen. "George Clooney and Novelist Thomas Pynchon Make Strange Bedfellows." News-Times (9 June 1997).

Gray, Paul. "Drawing The Line: Thomas Pynchon's Long-Awaited Mason & Dixon is a Tale of Scientific Triumph and an Epic of Loss." Time (5 May 1997): 98.

Greiner, Donald J. "Thomas Pynchon and the Fault Lines of America." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 73-83.

Gumbrecht, Hans-Ulrich. "Von früh an in planvollem Aufruhr." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (12 October 1999): L17.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of Mason & Dixon." World Literature Today 71.4 (1997): 788-789.

Halter, Martin. "Der Traum von der geraden Linie." Tages-Anzeiger (11 October 1999): Section Literatur: 2.

Hamilton, Ian. "Pynchon and on and on." The Sunday Telegraph (4 May 1997): 13.

Hartnett, Michael. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Confrontation 62-63 (1997): 361-363.

Henderson, David W. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Library Journal (1 June 1997): 150.

Hensher, Philip. "The Best Novel of the Decade." Spectator (3 May 1997): 35-36.

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!." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States (2003): 147-171.

Herman, Luc. "Het faillliet van de rechte lijn." De Morgen (29 May 1997): 23.

Hess, John Joseph. "Music in Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon." ORBIT 2.2 (2014). Article.

Hill, Robert R. "Rationalizing Community: Victims, Institutions and Analogies for America in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes 52-53 (Spring - Fall 2003). Article.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: The Play of Species in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Humans and Other Animals in Eighteenth-Century British Culture: Representation, Hybridity, Ethics . Ed. Frank A. Palmeri. Ashgate, Aldershot, United Kingdom (2006): 179–199.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Introduction: The Times of Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 3-24.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Making the Rounds of History." EBR 8 (Winter 1998-1999). Article.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Sari, Sorry, and the Vortex of History: Calendar Reform, Anachronism, and Language Change in Mason & Dixon." American Literary History 12.1-2 (2000): 187-215.

Hoover, Bob. "Counting the Mason & Dixon Days." Pittsburg Post-Gazette (25 May 1997): F9.

Hoover, Bob. "Fear and Loathing in Chicago: Mason & Dixon: The Early Years ' contin." Pittsburg Post-Gazette (15 June 1997): G8.

Hoover, Bob. "M&D Diary: The Governor Lends a Hand." Pittsburg Post-Gazette (29 June 1997): G8.

Horvath, Brooke K. "History, Imagination Cross Paths." The Plain Dealer (27 April 1997): 13I.

Horvath, Brooke K. "Introduction." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon . Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States (2000): 11-23.

Howard, Jeffrey. "The Anarchist Miracle and Magic in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes 52-53 (Spring - Fall 2003): 166-184. Article.

Huehls, Mitchum A. "'The Space that may not be seen': The Form of Historicity in Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations . Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. Camden House, Rochester, New York, United States (2005): 25-46.

Hume, Kathryn. "Mason & Dixon." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon . Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012): 59-70.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Das ganze Leben ist ein Quiz: Ein Heulen kommt über den Himmel. Der Weltverschlüssler Thomas Pynchon und seine Romane." Die Welt (7 May 1997): 9.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Haunted by Ghosts of a Dream: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Amerikastudien 44.4 (1999): 555-568.

Ingendaay, Paul. "Herz des Sklavenstaates." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (7 May 1997): 41.

Ingram, Lynette E. "Pynchon Maps History of a Country Divided." Nashville Banner (30 July 1997): D4.

Ivry, Bob. "Pondering the Enigma of Pynchon." Record (7 May 1997): YT1, YT12.

Jackson, Robert. "Intertextualism: The Case of Pynchon and Patrick White." Pynchon Notes 46-49 (Spring - Fall 2000): 60-104. Article.

Johnson, Malcolm L. "Delineating the New World in Mason & Dixon." Hartford Courant (11 May 1997): G3.

Jones, Malcolm. "The Master Surveyor." Newsweek (28 April 1997): 77.

Kakutani, Michiko. "Pynchon Hits the Road with Mason & Dixon." New York Times (29 April 1997): C11.

Keesey, Douglas. "Mason & Dixon on the Line: A Reception Study." Pynchon Notes 36-39 (Spring - Fall 1995-1996): 165-178. Reception Study.

Keough, Peter. "Roman à Cleft." The Phoenix (May 1997). Review.

Kipen, David. "Pynchon Draws the Defining Pair." Daily News (27 April 1997): L20.

Kirn, Walter. "Z.: Pynchon's Tiresome Mind Games." Slate (7 May 1997). Review.

Kisor, Henry. "Antic Author Retells Mason and Dixon Saga." Chicago Sun-Times (27 April 1997): Section Sho.: 13.

Kittler, Friedrich. "Das Jahrhundert der Landvermesser." Die Zeit (27 June 1997). Review.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. "Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Modern Language Review 98.2 (2003): 451-452.

Knipfel, Jim. "Crossing the Crooked Line." New York Press (30 April-6 May 1997): 21-23.

Koenig, Rhoda. "History and Tomfoolery." The Wall Street Journal (2 May 1997): A12.

Kohn, Marek. "Book of a Lifetime: Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent (4 June 2010). Trivia.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Childhood as a Metaphor: Motif and Narrative Device in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes 56-57 (Spring - Fall 2009): 229-241. Article.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "The Frontier Reinscribed: (Hiero)Glyphs in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Crosscurrents: Literature, Culture and Language. Essays in Honour of Professor Irena Dobrzycka . Ed. Jerzy Welna. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsawa, Poland (2000): 57-66.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Thomas Pynchon's Modification of the Gothic Convention in Mason & Dixon." Systems, Genres, Conventions . Ed. Andrzej Zgorzelski. Folium, Lublin, Poland (1999): 91-118.

Kopp, Manfred. Triangulating Thomas Pynchon's Eighteenth-Century World: Theory, Structure, and Paranoia in Mason & Dixon . Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany (2004).

Kravitz, Peter. "The Marx Brothers of Dixieland." The Scotsman (3 May 1997): 14.

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