To Content

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

English

Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981].

Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976].

Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986].

Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986].

New York Times Book Review [15 September 2013]: BR1.

New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991].

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.

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].

The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994].

Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978].

Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003].

Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003].

Contemporay Literary Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Today's Novelists, Poets, Playwrights and Other Creative Writers. Ed. Sharon R. Gunton. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1981] 18 : 429-441.

La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Giancarlo Alfano and Mattia Carratello. Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy [2003].

An Extended Table of Contents for Mason & Dixon [June 2007]. Online article.

An Extended Table of Contents for V. [June 2007]. Online article.

Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002].

Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000].

Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995].

". . . And the Best of the Rest." The Times [16 December 2006]: Section Books: 11.

"100 Notable Books of the Year." New York Times Book Review [3 December 2006]: 14.

"A Chronological Bibliography of Relevant Published Research to 2017." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: xxxiii-xxxviii.

"A Gathering of Favorites." Book Week [4 December 1966]: 4, 36.

"A Marathon on Pynchon Stirs Readers." New York Times [15 November 1987]: 61.

"A Myth of Alligators." Time [15 March 1963]: 106.

"A Summer Reading Bag." Potomac Review [1997] 4 no. 3: 85.

"A Writer as Elusive as His Plots." Straits Times [2 August 1997]: Life! Books: 16.

"Abbreviations." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: vii.

"Acknowledgments." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

"American Fiction: The Postwar Years, 1945 - 1965." Sunday Herald Tribune [26 September 1965]: 1-3, 5-7, 18, 20, 22, 24-25.

"Backstage with Esquire." Esquire [June 1996]: 24.

"Best of Books." Time [31 December 1990]: 55, 57.

"Bibliography." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 323-340.

"Book Ends." New York Times Book Review [4 May 1975]: 61.

"Books Are Things, Too." The New Yorker [27 Jun-4 Jul 1994]: 42–43 (42).

"Books for Christmas." American Spectator [December 1989]: 27–32 (28).

"Books of the Year." The Independent [29 November 1997]: Features: 10.

"Contributors." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 241-244.

"Contributors." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 341.

"Danger: Mad Professor at Work." The Economist [2 December 2006]: 86.

"December Launch for Thomas Pynchon's Latest Novel." The Guardian [21 July 2006]. Online article.

"Diary." Sunday Times [30 March 1997]: Features.

"Diary." Sunday Times [27 April 1997]: Features.

"Diary." The Guardian [26 April 2003]: Guardian Saturday: 7.

"Doubtin' Thomas?." Entertainment Weekly [23 May 1997]: 61.

"Eclectic Readings." New York Times [20 April 1974]: 30.

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

"Even Thomas Pynchon Digs Publicity Stunts!." The Phoenix [21 July 2006]. Online article.

"Fall of Pynchon." Time [4 May 1931].

"Faulkner Award Given." New York Times [3 February 1964]: 25.

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

"Fiction Reprints." Publishers' Weekly [11 January 1991]: 99.

"Fiction." Los Angeles Times Book Review [14 December 1997]: 3.

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

"Index." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 245-250.

"Index." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 187-193.

"Into the Zone 2000." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 1-207.

"New Pynchon Novel Coming in December." San Francisco Chronicle [23 June 2006]. Online article.

"Notes on Contributors." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: vii.

"Notes on Current Books." The Virginia Quarterly Review [1991] 67 no. 1: 23.

"Notes." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 137-142.

"Pass: No. 1028: Beach Novels." The Guardian [2 June 1997]: T3.

"Pinning Down Pynchon." The Guardian [2 December 2006]: Guardian Review Pages: 2. Online article.

"Private, but not a Recluse." Hartford Courant [11 June 1997]: E1.

"Pynchon Letters Will Be Sealed." The Buffalo News [24 March 1998]: 2C.

"Pynchon Wiki: Against the Day." PynchonWiki [21 November 2016]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: Bleeding Edge." PynchonWiki [26 August 2013]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: Gravity's Rainbow." PynchonWiki [3 December 2006]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: Inherent Vice." PynchonWiki [21 July 2009]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: Mason & Dixon." PynchonWiki [20 December 2006]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: The Crying of Lot 49." PynchonWiki [16 March 2007]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: V.." PynchonWiki [5 May 2007]. Online article.

"Pynchon Wiki: Vineland." PynchonWiki [9 December 2006]. Online article.

"Pynchon's Against the Day Glows." Publishers' Weekly [24 October 2006].

"Pynchon, Thomas (Ruggles, Jr.) 1937-." Major 20th-Century Writers: A Selection of Sketches from Contemporary Authors. Ed. Bryan Ryan. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1991] 3 : 2433–2438.

"Pynchon, Thomas Ruggles, Jr.." Almanac of Famous People. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1993] 5th edition : n. pag..

"Rambling Recluse." Weekend Australian [25 November 2006]: Features: 32.

"Recent Acquisitions." Ransom News [2002] 9 no. 3.

"Review of Deadly Sins." Kirkus Reviews [1 September 1994].

"Review of Lineland." Kirkus Reviews [1 July 1997]: 1018.

"Review of Pynchon's Fictions." Antioch Review [1982] 40 no. 1: 120.

"Rushdie Questions Pynchon's Secrecy." Yakima Herald-Republic [15 January 1990]: 4A.

"Selected Bibliography." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 178-186.

"Summer Catalog 2009." Summer 2009 Catalog [November 2008]: 30.

"The Best and the Brightest." Book World [9 December 1973]: 1.

"The Best Books of 1997." Time [29 December 1997]: 105.

"The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon." Western American Literature [Summer 1966] 1 no. 2: 142-143.

"Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

"Thomas Pynchon (1937- )." Contemporary Authors: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide to Current Authors and Their Works. Ed. James M. Ethridge. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1968]: 352-354.

"Thomas Pynchon 1937-." Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction Writers. Ed. David Segal. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1994]: 307-350.

"Thomas Pynchon Biography." Brief Biographies [s.d.]. Online article.

"Thomas Pynchon Surfs Internet for Cover Art." MediaBistro [15 December 2008].

"Thomas Pynchon's Private Detective Hits Streets in August 2009." MediaBistro [25 November 2008].

"Thomas Pynchon." Norton Anthology of American Literature. Ed. Nina Baym. Norton, New York, New York, United States [1985] 2nd edtion no. Volume 2: 2216-2217.

"Thomas Pynchon." Author Price Guides [1990].

"Thomas Pynchon." Contemporary Literary Criticism. Volume 72. Ed. Thomas Votteler. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1992]: 294–342.

"Vineland and Vinegar." Los Angeles Times Book Review [14 January 1990]: 7.

"Web Lit." Atlanta Journal and Constitution [8 May 1997]: 5G.

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "Innovative Uses of Some Traditional Comic Techniques in the American Novel of the Sixties." Traditions in the Twentieth Century American Literature: A Symposium. Ed. Marta Sienicka. Adam Mickiewicz University Press, Poznan, Poland [1981]: 9-21 [13-14].

Abádi-Nagy, Zoltan. "Ironic Historicism in the American Novel of the Sixties." The John O'Hara Journal [1983] 5 no. 1-2: 83-89 [88-89].

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

Abbas, Niran. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 17-31.

Abbe, Mary. "Words and Pictures." Star Tribune [17 December 2004].

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

Abernethy, Peter. "Entropy in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Critique [1972] 14 no. 2: 18-33.

Ackroyd, Peter. "Gravity's Rainbow: Thomas Pynchon." The Collection. Ed. Thomas Wright. Chatto and Windus, London, United Kingdom [2001]: 10-13. Review originally published in Spectator as Somewhere Over The Novel [17 November 1973]: 641-642.

Ackroyd, Peter. "Somewhere Over The Novel." Spectator [17 November 1973]: 641-642.

Adair, Gilbert W. "Epic and War Machine: Pynchon." The American Epic Novel in the Late Twentieth Century: The Super-Genre of the Imperial State. E. Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, United States [2008]: 113-160.

Adair, Tom. "Pynchon's Flying Circus." The Scotsman [25 November 2006]: 14.

Adams, Alice. "The American Short Story in the Cybernetic Age." Journal of the Short Story in English [1991] no. 17: 9–22 [18–20].

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

Adams, Michael V. "The Benzene Uroboros: Plastic and Catastrophe in Gravity's Rainbow." Spring [1981] 41 : 149-161.

Adams, Robert M. "Counterparts." Afterjoyce: Studies in Fiction After Ulysses. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1977]: 170-179.

Adams, Robert M. "Dynamic Duos." Sewanee Review [Fall 1978] 86 no. 4: 527-538 [535-537].

Aghoro, Nathalie. "Bilocated Identities: Taking the Fork in the Road in Against The Day." as|peers [2009] no. 2: 33-52. Online article.

Aguero, John and Jeff Osborne. "Assembling the Molecular: Following the Flows of Pynchon's Vision-Machine." Crossings [2000] no. 4: 9-48.

Ahmad, Aijaz. "Jameson's Rhetoric of Otherness and the 'National Allegory'." Social Text [1987] no. 17: 3-25 [15].

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.

Al-Shawaf, Rayyan. "Inherent Vice: Pynchon's (im)perfect crime." The Miami Herald [2 August 2009].

Albright, Daniel. "Toy Nightingales and Dancing Dolls: The Origins of Stravinsky's Drama." Kenyon Review [1988] 10 no. 1: 102–19 (113–14).

Aldridge, John W. "Mere Entropy Is Loosed." The American Novel and the Way We Live Now. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 65-69.

Alexander, Marguerite. Flights from Realism: Themes and Strategies in Postmodernist British and American Fiction. Edward Arnold, London, United Kingdom [1990]: 104–113, 148–149, 158–166.

Alexander, Paul. Salinger: A Biography. Renaissance, Los Angeles, California, United States [1999]: 254-256.

Alexander, Victoria N. "The Crying of Lot 49 and C. S. Peirce's Theory of Self-Organization." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 23-39. Online article.

Alfano, Giancarlo and Mattia Carratello. "Nota dei Curatori." La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Giancarlo Alfano and Mattia Carratello. Edizioni Cronopio, Napoli, Italy [2003]: 7-11.

Alford, Steven E. "Pynchon's Line." Houston Chronicle [11 May 1997]: 18, 23. Online article.

Alford, Steven E. and Daniel R. White. "Literary Ecology and Postmodernity in Thomas Sanchez's Mile Zero and Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Postmodern Culture [September 1991] 2 no. 1: 40 par. Online article.

Allbaugh, Tom. "Dr. Hilarius as a Reader in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1996] 26 no. 5: 2-3.

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

Allen, Bruce. "Enigmatic novelist delivers another dense, majestic plot." The Washington Times [19 December 2006]: B08. Online article.

Allen, Bruce. "Pynchon Redux." Kirkus Reviews [1 May 1997]: 1.

Allen, Bruce. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Library Journal [1 March 1973] 98 : 766.

Allen, Glenn S. "Raids on the Conscious: Pynchon's Legacy of Paranoia and the Terrorism of Uncertainty in Don DeLillo's Ratner's Star." Postmodern Culture [January 1994] 4 no. 2: 28 par. Online article.

Allen, Glenn S. "The End of Pynchon's Rainbow: Postmodern Terror and Paranoia in DeLillo's Ratner's Star." Critical Essays on Don DeLillo. Ed. Tim Engles and Hugh Ruppersburg. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [2000]: 115-134. Article originally published in Postmodern Culture as Raids on the Conscious: Pynchon's Legacy of Paranoia and the Terrorism of Uncertainty in Don DeLillo's Ratner's Star [January 1994] 4 no. 2: 28 par.

Allen, Mary. "Women of the Fabulators: Barth, Pynchon, Purdy, Kesey." The Necessary Blankness: Women in Major American Fiction of the Sixties. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1976]: 37-51.

Allen, Scott. "Review of Vineland." Quarterly West [1990] no. 31: 120-127.

Alsen, Eberhard. "Chapter 4. 'Transcendent Doings' in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Romantic Postmodernism in American Fiction. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1996]: 171-188.

Alter, Alexandra. "Pynchon's Drugstore Thriller." The Wall Street Journal [30 July 2009].

Alter, Robert. "History and the New American Novel." Motives for Fiction. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States [1984]: 25-34. Article originally published in Commentary as The New American Novel [1975] 60 no. 5: 44-51.

Alter, Robert. "The Apocalyptic Temper." Commentary [June 1966]: 61-66.

Alter, Robert. "The New American Novel." Commentary [1975] 60 no. 5: 44-51.

Ames, Christopher. "Calling for Ketchup in Burroughs and Pynchon." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1990] 20 no. 1: 10-12.

Ames, Christopher. "Celebrating the Counterforce: Parties in Pynchon." The Life of the Party: Festive Vision in Modern Fiction. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1991]: 223-260 [and passim].

Ames, Christopher. "Power and the Obscene Word: Discourses of Extremity in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature [1990] 31 no. 2: 191-207.

Ames, Christopher. "War and Festivity in Gravity's Rainbow." War, Literature, and the Arts [1989] 1 no. 1: 35-46.

Ames, Sanford S. "Cars 'n Garbage." Enclitic [1980] 4 no. 1: 17-23.

Ames, Sanford S. "Coming Home: Pynchon's Morning in America." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 115-123. Online article.

Ames, Sanford S. "Fast Food/Quick Lunch: Crews, Burroughs and Pynchon." Literary Gastronomy. Ed. David Bevan. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 19-27.

Ames, Sanford S. "On Becoming Imperceptible: Lines of Flight." Cincinatti Romance Review [1991]: 1-8 [passim].

Ames, Sanford S. "Pynchon and Visible Language: Ecriture." The International Fiction Review [1977] no. 4: 170-173.

Ames, Sanford S. "Review of Film in Gravity's Rainbow." The International Fiction Review [1984] 11 no. 1: 68-69.

Amian, Katrin. "2. Creativity and Power: Thomas Pynchon's V.." Rethinking Postmodernism(s): Charles S. Peirce and the Pragmatist Negotiations of Thomas Pynchon, Toni Morrison, and Jonathan Safran Foer. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2008].

Amiran, Eyal. "'But Who, They?': Pynchon's Political Allegory. Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 167-172. Online article.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Chapter Two. Cherchez La Femme: The Coercive Paratexts of Thomas Pynchon’s V.." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 31-52.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Distorted Transmissions: Towards a Material Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Orbis Litterarum [2013] 68 no. 2: 110-142.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Mapping the World: Thomas Pynchon's Global Novels." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Andersen, Tore Rye. "Measuring the World Anew." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 253-258. Online article.

Anderson, Bruce. "Pynchon and the AVA." Anderson Valley Advertiser [31 May 1995]: 1, 5.

Anderson, Don. "A Tale So Extraordinary." The Weekend Australian [23 December 2006]: Section Review: 10.

Anderson, Laurie. "Gravity's Angel." Mister Heartbreak [1984].

Anderson, Roger. "A Pynchon's Time." Express [2 March 1990]: 16-17.

Andriano, Joseph D. "Behemyth Evolving: Whale/Ape/Rocket." Trajectories of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Fourteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Michael A. Morrison. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1997]: 65–77.

Andriano, Joseph D. "Rocket Leviathan." Immortal Monster: The Mythological Evolution of the Fantastic Beast in Modern Fiction and Film. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1999]: 155-165.

Andriano, Joseph D. "The Masks of G: Math and Myth in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Modes of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Twelfth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Robert A. Collins and Robert Latham. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1995]: 14-20.

Angle, James. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of Narrative Technique [1993] 23 no. 1: 57-60.

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

Appel, Alfred. "An Interview With Vladimir Nabokov." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature [1967] 8 no. 2: 127-152.

Applebome, Peter. "And You Thought a Black Cat Was Bad Luck." New York Times [19 February 2006]: 33.

Appleyard, Bryan. "Desperately Seeking Pynchon." Sunday Times [3 December 2006]: Feature: 4.

Apter, Emily. "On Oneworldedness: Or Paranoia as a World System." American Literary History [2006] 18 no. 2: 365-389.

Aravind, P. K. and Lance Schachterle. "The Three Equations in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 157-169. Online article.

Archer, Neil. "Mapping the Here and Now: An Interview with Richard Powers." Tamaqua [1995] 5 no. 2: 10-23 [22].

Argiro, Thomas. "The X-Files Meets Vineland." The X-Files and Literature. Ed. Sharon R. Yang. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [2007]: 269-297.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "'We Got Him to Go Ultraparadoxical': Reading the Reading of the Books of Hypertexts with Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Reflections on Ethical Values in Post Modern American Literature. Ed. Teresa Pyzik. Polish Association for American Studies, Katowice, Poland [2000]: 61-69.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Bind-Bound-Boundaries: The Concept of Paranoia in Charles Brockden Brown, Joseph Heller, and Thomas Pynchon." diss.sense [1999]. Online article.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Brain Drain Against the Grain: A Report on the International Pynchon Week 2008." EBR [31 July 2008]. Online article.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Dogsical Reading: Gravity's Rainbow's Reversals and Reader Response Criticism." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 292-302. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years as Dogsical Reading, and . . . ?: Experiencing Gravity's Rainbow and Reader Response Criticism [8-9 June 1998].

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Max Sachsa's Bad Karma in Enzian's Bathtub: A Bus Ride Through Gravity's Rainbow's Textscape." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 14-23. Online article.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Mindful Pleasure (Review)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 216-219. Online article.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Review of Blissful Bewilderment." Studies in the Novel [2003] 35 no. 4: 572-576.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "Review of Niran Abbas' [ed], Thomas Pynchon." Amerikastudien [1996] 41 no. 4: 605-608.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. "The Comet and the Rocket: Intertextual Constellations About Technological Progress in Bruno Schulz's Komet and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Comparative Literature Studies [2004] 41 no. 2: 231-256.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. and Dirk Vanderbeke. "Introduction: Into the Zone 2000." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 9-13. Online article.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno F. and Luc Herman. "Encountering the Other at Home: Representations of Dora in Pynchon and Mirbach." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 122-136. Online article.

Arjamand Sabri, M.. "Salut to Death." The Prairie Schooner [Fall 1973] 47 no. 3: 269-270.

Arlett, Robert. "Hard Times for Innocence: Utilitarianism and Sensibility in Gravity's Rainbow." Epic Voices: Inner and Global Impulse in the Contemporary American and British Novel. Susquehanna University Press, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, United States [1996]: 110-143.

Armand, Louis. "Semiotic Machines: Joyce & Pynchon." Hypermedia Joyce Studies [February 2007] 8 no. 1: n.p..

Ashe, Frederick. "Anachronism Intended: Gravity's Rainbow in the Sociopolitical Sixties." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 59-75. Online article.

Ashley, David. "Marx and the Excess of the Signifier: Domination as Production and as Simulation." Sociological Perspectives [1990] 33 no. 1: 129-146 [133-135].

Ashley, Leonard R.N.. "Gravity's Rainbow." Reference Guide to American Literature, 2nd edition. Ed. D. L. Kirkpatrick. St. James, London, United Kingdom [1987]: 638-639.

Aso, Takashi and Terry P. Caesar. "Japan, Creative Masochism, and Transnationality in Vineland." Critique [2003] 44 no. 4: 371-387.

Aso, Takashi. "Breaking Through Pynchon Studies in Japan: Review of Kihara's Thomas Pynchon and Ishiwari's Postmodern Metamorphosis." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 251-259. Online article.

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. "Pynchon's Alternative Ethics of Writing in V.: The Problem of Authorship in the 'Confessions of Fausto Maijstral'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 7-22. Online article.

Aso, Takashi. "The Advent of Modern Miracle: The Crying of Lot 49." Colloquia [1990] no. 11: 1-5.

Aspden, Rachel. "Beauty Durch Technik." New Statesman [4 December 2006].

Assman, Aleida. "Texts, Traces, Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory." Representations [1996] no. 56: 123-134 [132-133]. Article originally published in Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [with the same title] [1996] 12 : 31-44 [42-43].

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

Atchity, Kenneth. "Pynchon Reappears With Examples and Apologies." Los Angeles Times [6 May 1984]: 3.

Attebery, Brian. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Annual 1991. Ed. Robert A. Collins and Robert Latham. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 672-673.

Attewell, Nadine. "Bouncy Little Tunes: Nostalgia, Sentimentality, and Narrative in Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature [Spring 2004] 45 no. 1: 22-48.

Atwill, William D. "Chemistry and Colonialism Gone Ballistic: Apprehending the Mass of Gravity's Rainbow." Fire and Power: The American Space Program as Postmodern Narrative. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994]: 117-137.

Backman, Jennifer. "Chapter Seven. Katabasis, Orpheus, and Alligators: V.’s Various Underworlds." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 131-152.

Backman, Jennifer. "From Hard Boiled to Over Easy: Reimagining the Noir Detective in Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 19-35.

Baer, Barbara L. "Apart to the End? Women and Men - Different Visions of Nuclear War." Commonweal [22 March 1985]: 167-170 [167-168].

Bailey, John. "The View from the Summit: Fiction." The Age [22 December 2006]: Books: 16. Online article.

Baird, James. "Jeffers, Vonnegut, and Pynchon: Their Philosophies and Fates." Jeffers Studies [2000] 4 no. 1: 17-28.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "A Democratic Pynchon: Counterculture, Counterforce and Participatory Democracy." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 99-131. Online article.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Amerikkka : German Nationalism, American Imperialism, and the 1960s Antiwar Movement in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1999] 40 no. 4: 323-341.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Politics." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 136-146.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Publish and Perish: Review of The Utterance of America." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 227-231. Online article.

Baker, Jeffrey S. "Taking Liberties: Review of Negative Liberties." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 131-135. Online article.

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, John F. "The Awards: High Drama and Low Comedy." Publishers' Weekly [13 May 1974]: 41-44.

Baker, Peter. "The Terrorist as Interpreter: Mao II in Postmodern Context." Postmodern Culture [January 1994] 4 no. 2: 38 par. Online article.

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.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." The Role of the Mythic West in Some Representative Examples of Classic and Modern American Literature: The Shaping Force of the American Frontier. Mellen, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 15-37. Article originally published in Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [with the same title] [1990] 20 no. 3: 239-256.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts. Ed. W. M. Verhoeven. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1993]: 161-176. Article originally published in Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [with the same title] [1990] 20 no. 3: 239-256.

Bakker, Jan. "From Leatherstocking to Rocketman: Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow Reconsidered." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1990] 20 no. 3: 239-256.

Bakker, Jan. "Nineteen Eighty-Four and Gravity's Rainbow: Two Anti-Utopias Compared." George Orwell. Ed. Alexey Ugrinsky and Courtney T. Wemyss. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1987]: 85-92.

Bakker, Jan. "The End of Individualism." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1977] 7 : 286-304.

Bakker, Jan. "The Radiant Veil: Persistence and Permutations." Allegory Revisited: Ideals of Mankind. Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands [1994]: 303-313 [304, 306, 309].

Balbert, Peter. "A Panoply of Metaphor: Exuberances of Style in Pynchon and Updike." Studies in the Novel [1983] 15 no. 3: 265-276.

Baldick, Chris. "Novel Technology: Review of Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow." Times Literary Supplement [6-3 1983]: 576.

Baldwin, H. "The One Great Centripetal Movement: Empathy in Gravity's Rainbow." Philological Papers [1985] no. 31: 116-124.

Balitas, Vincent D. "Charismatic Figures in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 38-53. Online article. Article originally published in Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities as Charismatic Figures in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow [1983] 1 no. 1: 2-29.

Balliett, Whitney. "Wha." The New Yorker [15 June 1963]: 113-114, 117.

Balliff, Gene. "Reading, Writing and Reality." Salmagundi [Spring 1970] no. 12: 25-42.

Bancroft, Colette. "A World of Possibilities." St. Petersburg Times [10 December 2006]: 11L.

Bancroft, Colette. "Thomas Pynchon Delivers a Great Beach Read with Inherent Vice." St. Petersburg Times [9 August 2009]. Online article.

Banning, Charles L. "William Gaddis' JR: The Organization of Chaos and the Chaos of Organization." Paunch [1975] no. 42-43: 153-165.

Banta, Martha. "About America's 'White Terror': James, Poe, Pyncheon [sic], and Others." Literature and the Occult: Essays in Comparative Literature. Ed. Frank Luanne. University of Texas, Arlington, Texas, United States [1977]: 31-53.

Baram, Marcus. "In a Town of Prying Eyes, the Most Private of Men." New York Times [9 May 2004]: Section 14, 12.

Barbour, Judith. "Oedipa and the Scottish Demon." Working Papers [1988] 2 no. 1-2: 55-63.

Baringer, Sandra K. "Motherhood and Treason: Pynchon's Vineland and the New Left." The Metanarrative of Suspicion in Late Twentieth Century America. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2004]: 89–102, 149–52.

Barnes, Geraldine. "Vinland the Good: Paradise Lost?." Parergon [1995] 12 no. 2: 75-96.

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.

Barnett, Stuart. "Refused Readings: Narrative and History in 'The Secret Integration'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 79-85. Online article.

Barth, John. "The Literature of Replenishment: Postmodernist Fiction." Atlantic [January 1980]: 65-71.

Barth, John. "The Literature of Replenishment: Postmodernist Fiction." The Friday Book. Putnam's, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 193-206. Review originally published in Atlantic [with the same title] [January 1980]: 65-71.

Barth, John. "The Spanish Connection." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1990] 10 no. 2: 25-34 [25-26, 32].

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.

Bass, Thomas A. "Gravity's Rainbow as Orphic Text." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 25-46. Online article.

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.

Batchelor, John C. "Interim Notes: Thomas Pynchon: Real Nowhere Man." The Soho Weekly Review [6 May 1976]: 16.

Batchelor, John C. "The Ghost of Richard Fariña." The Soho Weekly Review [28 April 1977]: 19-26.

Batchelor, John C. "Thomas Pynchon is not Thomas Pynchon, or, This is the End of the Plot Which Has No Name." The Soho Weekly Review [22 April 1976]: 26-27.

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

Battersby, Eileen. "Less than Epic." Irish Times [13 January 2007]: Weekend: 13.

Battesti, Anne. "A Few Remarks on Pynchon's 'Applied Politics' in Against the Day." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 1-7. Online article.

Battesti, Anne. "Approaching Presence in Thomas Pynchon's Novels." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 299-322.

Battestin, Martin C. "Pynchon, North and South." Sewanee Review [1997] 105 no. 3: LXXVI-LXXVIII.

Baucom, Ian. "Globalit, Inc.; or, The Cultural Logic of Global Literary Studies." PMLA [January 2001] 116 no. 1: 158-172 [158-159, 169].

Bawer, Bruce. "Where's That Rainbow?." The New Criterion [February 1990]: 70-75.

Baxter, Charles. "De-faced America: The Great Gatsby and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 22-37. Online article.

Baxter, Charles. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." Criticism [1979] 21 no. 2: 179-182.

Bayerl, Elizabeth A. "Tangled Hierarchies: Gödel, Escher, Bach and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 52-55. Online article.

Beam, Alex. "Jerry's Back." The Boston Globe [24 March 1989]: 53.

Beam, Alex. "Papa Plimpton: The Paris Review Editor Celebrates his Own 'Moveable Feast'." The Chicago Tribune [27 February 1994]: T1.

Beauregard, Robert A. "Review of Fragmented Urban Images: The American City in Modern Fiction from Stephen Crane to Thomas Pynchon, by Gerd Hurm." Urban Studies [1992] 29 no. 4: 318-321.

Becke, Rosita and Dirk Vanderbeke. "Chants of Dispossession and Exile: The Yuroks in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 63-76. Online article.

Beer, Gillian. "Problems of Description in the Language of Discovery." One Culture: Essays in Science and Literature. Ed. George Levine. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin, United States [1987]: 35-58 [51-52].

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. "Hot and Cult." Mirabella [1994]: 74-75 (75).

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

Begley, Adam. "Pynchon, Thomas." The Salon.com Reader's Guide to Contemporary Author. Ed. Adam Begley and Laura Miller. Penguin Books, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 318-320.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Clifford Mead's Thomas Pynchon: A Biliography of Primary and Secondary Materials." Choice [October 1989]: 290.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." Choice [November 1992]: 461.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Negative Liberties." Choice [January 2002]: 881-882.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Choice [January 1992]: 744.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of The Vineland Papers." Choice [March 1994]: 1132.

Begnal, Michael H. "Review of Vineland." Choice [May 1990]: 1504.

Begnal, Michael H. "Thomas Pynchon's V.: In Defense of Benny Profane." Journal of Narrative Technique [1979] 9 no. 2: 61-69.

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.

Beja, Morris. "Review of The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon." Modern Philology [1990] 87 : 428-430.

Bell, Dan. "Pynchon Backs McEwan in 'Copying' Row." The Guardian [6 December 2006]: Guardian Home Pages: 9.

Bell, Gene H. "Fantasy, History and the New Fiction." Commonweal [November 1976] 5 : 718–723 [720].

Bell, Michael D. "Some Things that 'Happen' [more or less] in Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon Section [1996]. Online article.

Bell, Michael J. "Living Without Myth: Deconstructing the Old World." Literature, Modernism and Myth: Belief and Responsibility in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1997]: 199-222 [and 244-245].

Bellman, Samuel I. "Review of Stark (1980)." Studies in Short Fiction [Fall 1980] 18 : 461-462.

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

Bennett, Carl D. "Thomas Pynchon." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century: Revised Edition, Volume 3. Ed. Leonard S. Klein. Ungar, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 610-612.

Bennett, David. "Parody, Postmodernism, and the Politics of Reading." Critical Quarterly [1985] 27 no. 4: 27-43 [33-41].

Benoit, Raymond. "Pynchon's Lot 49 on James's Jolly Corner." Notes on Contemporary Literature [2005] 35 no. 3: 10-12.

Benoit, Raymond. "Slothrop Unbound: Shelley's Prometheus and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 188-191. Online article.

Benton, Graham W. "Daydreams and Dynamite: Anarchist Strategies of Resistance and Paths for Transformation in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 167-190.

Benton, Graham W. "Riding the Interface: An Anarchist Reading of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 152-166. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years [with the same title] [8-9 June 1998].

Benton, Graham W. "This Network of All Plots May Yet Carry Him to Freedom: Thomas Pynchon and the Political Philosophy of Anarchism." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 535-556. Online article. Article originally published in Pynchon Notes as Riding the Interface: An Anarchist Reading of Gravity's Rainbow [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 152-166.

Berger, Arthur A. "Postmodern Novels - Thomas Pynchon." The Portable Postmodernist. AltaMira, Walnut Creek, California, United States [2003]: 37-41.

Berger, Charles. "Merrill and Pynchon: Our Apocalyptic Scribes." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 203-215. Article originally published in James Merrill: Essays in Criticism [with the same title] [1983]: 282-297.

Berger, Charles. "Merrill and Pynchon: Our Apocalyptic Scribes." James Merrill: Essays in Criticism. Ed. Charles Berger and David Lehman. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1983]: 282-297.

Berger, James A. "Cultural Trauma and the Timeless Burst: Pynchon's Revision of Nostalgia in Vineland." Postmodern Culture [May 1995] 5 no. 3: 46 par. Online article.

Berger, James A. "Nostalgia, Cultural Trauma, and the 'Timeless Burst' in Vineland." After the End: Representations of Post-Apocalypse. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States [1999]: 169-188. Article originally published in Postmodern Culture as Cultural Trauma and the Timeless Burst: Pynchon's Revision of Nostalgia in Vineland [May 1995] 5 no. 3: 46 par.

Berger, Roger A. "Death Was No Enemy: A Note on Thomas Pynchon, Wilfred Owen, and the First World War." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 105-108. Online article.

Bergh, Magnus. "Pynchon's Swedish: A Footnote." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 211. Online article.

Bergh, Magnus. "The Courier's Tragedy: Thomas Pynchon and Salman Rushdie in Tune with Each Other." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 188-192. Online article.

Bergh, Patricia A. "[De]constructing the Image: Thomas Pynchon's Postmodern Woman." Journal of Popular Culture [1997] 30 no. 4: 1-12.

Bergonzi, Bernard. The Situation of the Novel. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States [1970]: 80-83, 91-93, 96-100 and passim.

Bernard, Andr. Now All We Need is a Title: Famous Book Titles and How They Got That Way. Norton, New York, New York, United States [1995]: 97–99.

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

Berressem, Hanjo and Leyla Haferkamp. "Site-Specific: From Aachen to Zwölfkinder Pynchon/Germany." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 1-304.

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. Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993].

Berressem, Hanjo. "… without shame or concern for etymology: 11 September in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge." EBR [3 August 2014]. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Forward Retreat': Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Historiographic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature. Ed. Bernd Engler and Kurt Mueller. Schoeningh, Paderborn, Muenchen, Germany [1994]: 357-371.

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.

Berressem, Hanjo. "'Vectors and [Eigen]Values': The Mathematics of Movement in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 349-368.

Berressem, Hanjo. "A Short Note on Pynchon's Sources for 'The Firm'." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 77-79. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Baudrillard: The Subject in the Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 42-50.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Coda: How te Read Pynchon." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 168-177.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Conclusion: Writing the Real." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 243-246.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Criticism & Pynchon & Mason & Dixon." Contemporary Literature [2001] 42 no. 4: 834-841.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Derrida: The Subject of the Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 30-41.

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. "Godolphin - Goodolphin - Goodol'phin - Good ol'Pyn - Good ol'Pym: A Question of Integration." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 3-17. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: Text as Film - Film as Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 151-190.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Fatal Word." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 191-200.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Real Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 119-150.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Index." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 259-273.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Introduction: Text as World - World as Text." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 1-12.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Lacan: The Text of the Subject." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 15-29.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Life on the Beach: The Natural Elements in Thomas Pynchon's California Trilogy." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 35-65.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Narrating Postmodern Spaces in Thomas Pynchon's Novel(s)." Working Paper [1992]: 52.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Serres Reads Pynchon/Pynchon Reads Serres." Postmodern Culture [May 2001] 11 no. 3. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Site-Specific: Pynchon|Germany - A Multiplicity of Critical Eigenvalues." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 11-25. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Strangely Attractive: The Topology of Psychic and Social Space in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 38-55. Online article.

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.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Tristes Traumatiques: Trauma in the Zone:s." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 244-274. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years as Trauma in the Zone [8-9 June 1998].

Berressem, Hanjo. "V. in Love: From the 'Other Scene' to the 'New Scene'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 5-28. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "V.: V in Love." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 53-81.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Vineland: Everything Under Control." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 201-242.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Where Has All the Theory Gone? Review of The Vineland Papers." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 210-213. Online article.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Works Cited." Pynchon's Poetics: Interfacing Theory and Text. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1993]: 247-257.

Berry, Linda P. "Thomas Pynchon 1937-." First Printings of American Authors: Contributions Toward Descriptive Checklists. Vol. 1. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1977].

Bersani, Leo. "Chapter 8: Pynchon, Paranoia, and Literature." The Culture of Redemption. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States [1990]: 179-199. Article originally published in Representations as Pynchon, Paranoia, and Literature [1989] no. 25: 99-118.

Bersani, Leo. "Pynchon, Paranoia, and Literature." Representations [1989] no. 25: 99-118.

Bersani, Leo. "Pynchon, Paranoia, and Literature." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 145-167. Article originally published in Representations [with the same title] [1989] no. 25: 99-118.

Bertens, Hans and Theo D'Haen. "Apocalypse Now: The Apocalyptic Imagination in Postmodern American Fiction." Nineteen Eighty-Four and the Apocalyptic Imagination in America. Ed. Rob Kroes. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1985]: 189-201 [191, 194-197, 199].

Berthoff, Werner. Fiction and Events: Essays in Criticism and Literary History. E.P. Dutton, New York, New York, United States [1971]: 106-113.

Berthoff, Werner. A Literature Without Qualities: American Writing Since 1945. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1979]: 70–78 (81, 175).

Bérubé, Michael F. Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers: Tolson, Pynchon, and the Politics of the Canon. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1992].

Bérubé, Michael F. "1. Institutional authorizations." Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers: Tolson, Pynchon, and the Politics of the Canon. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1992].

Bérubé, Michael F. "4. Against the avant: Pynchon's Products, Pynchon's Pornographies ." Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers: Tolson, Pynchon, and the Politics of the Canon. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1992].

Bérubé, Michael F. "5. 'Surely to Pynchon's horror': Canonicity as Conspiracy Theory ." Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers: Tolson, Pynchon, and the Politics of the Canon. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1992].

Bérubé, Michael F. "Twayne in Vain: Review of Chambers's Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 201-204. Online article.

Best, Steven and Douglas Kellner. "Thomas Pynchon and the Advent of Postmodernity." The Postmodern Adventure: Science, Technology, and Cultural Studies at the Third Millennium. Guilford, New York, New York, United States [2001]: 23-56.

Best, Steven. "Creative Paranoia: A Postmodern Aesthetic of Cognitive Mapping in Gravity's Rainbow." Centennial Review [1992] 36 no. 1: 59-87.

Bettridge, Joel M. "Prurient Ethics: Representing Multiple Subjectivity in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 53-73. Online article.

Betts, Richard A. "Review of Thomas Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." College Literature [1982] 9 no. 1: 81-82.

Bianchi, Petra. "The Wittgensteinian Thread in Thomas Pynchon's Labyrinth: Aspects of Wittgenstein's Thought in V.." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: 1-13.

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

Billot, Victor. "Book review: Inherent Vice." Otago Daily Times [6 February 2010]. Online article.

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. American Energies: Essays on Fiction. Morrow, New York, New York, United States [1992]: 112, 124–26, 128, 136–38 and passim.

Birkerts, Sven. "Mapping the New Reality." The Wilson Quarterly [1992] 16 no. 2: 102–110 (106–108).

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

Birkerts, Sven. "Pynchon's Strange Trip Through the '80s." USA Today [5 January 1990]: 4D.

Birkerts, Sven. "The Struggle for the Soul of the Sentence." The Wilson Quarterly [2001] 25 no. 4: 68–75 [68, 72].

Bishop, E. R. "Pynchon, Thomas." Twentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers. Ed. Curtis C. Smith. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1981]: 436-437.

Bishop, Patricia. "Groping Toward a State of Grace." London Free Press [24 March 1990]: D12.

Black, Joel D. "Movie Children." The Reality Effect: Film Culture and the Graphic Imperative. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2002]: 242-244, 253.

Black, Joel D. "Paper Empires of the New World: Pynchon, Gaddis, Fuentes." Proceedings of the Tenth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association: Volume 3. Inter-American Literary Relations. Ed. Anna Balakian. Garland, New York, New York, United States [1985]: 68-75.

Black, Joel D. "Postmodernist Fictions: A Review Essay." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 96-109. Online article.

Black, Joel D. "Probing a Post-Romantic Paleontology: Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Boundary 2 [1980] 8 no. 2: 229-254.

Black, Joel D. "Pynchon's Eve of De-struction." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 23-38. Online article.

Black, Joel D. "Pynchon's Prehistory of Film." The Reality Effect: Film Culture and the Graphic Imperative. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2002]: 52-56, 103-107.

Black, Joel D. "The Hermeneutics of Extinction: Denial and Discovery in Scientific Literature." Comparative Criticism: Volume 13, Literature and Science. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [1992] 13 : 147–169 (147–148, 162–166).

Black, Joel D. "The Paper Empires and Empirical Fiction of William Gaddis." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1982] 2 no. 2: 22-31.

Black, Joel D. "[De]feats of Detection: The Spurious Key Text from Poe to Eco." Detecting Texts: The Metaphysical Detective Story from Poe to Postmodernism. Ed. Patricia Merivale and Susan E. Sweeney. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1999]: 75–98 [75, 81, 91–92, 94].

Blackford, Russell. "Physics and Fantasy: Scientific Mysticism, Kurt Vonnegut, and Gravity's Rainbow." Journal of Popular Culture [1985] 19 no. 3: 35-44.

Blackshadow, Vincent. "The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon." The Brown Noise Unit [10 April 2006]. Online article.

Blades, John. "Genius Surfaces: Big Grant Puts World in Touch with Pynchon." The Chicago Tribune [24 July 1988]: Section 5: 3.

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.

Blaine, Diana Y. "Seeing Red: The Female Body and Periodic Renewal. Review of The Bleeding of America." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 154-157. Online article.

Blaine, Diana Y. "That's 'Post-Bibliocentric' to You: Review of Reading Matters." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 218-220. Online article.

Blake, Nancy. "Review of Beyond and Beneath the Mantle." Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire [1992] 70 no. 3: 854.

Blake, Nancy. "Review of Beyond and Beneath the Mantle." Revue française d'études américaines [1992] no. 54: 237.

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

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

Bloom, Harold. The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages. Harcourt, New York, New York, United States [1994]: 521, 522, 527, 565 and passim.

Bloom, Harold. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 1-9.

Bloom, Harold. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 1-9. Editorial originally published in Thomas Pynchon [with the same title] [1986]: 1-9.

Bloom, Harold. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 1-9. Editorial originally published in Thomas Pynchon [with the same title] [1986]: 1-9.

Bloom, Harold. "The Breaking of Form." Deconstruction and Criticism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Seabury, New York, New York, United States [1979]: 1-37 [21-22].

Bloom, Harold. "The Canon of Western Humor: A Conversation with Harold Bloom." Paris Review [1995] no. 136: 38-72 (67).

Bloom, Harold. "The Dialectics of Poetic Tradition." A Map of Misreading. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1975]: 27–40 [31, 38–39].

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

Bluestein, Gene. "Tangled Vines." Progressive [June 1990]: 42-43.

Blumberg, David. "Umlauts and Oz: Signifiers Within the Textual Zone of Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The American Journal of Semiotics [1992] 9 no. 4: 69–76.

Boccia, Michael A. "Chapter 4. The Novel as Quest: Thomas Pynchon's V.." Form as Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1989]: 65-85.

Bohm, Arnd. "The 'Cold Sophie' of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 118-121. Online article.

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

Bone, James. "Ink: Thomas Pynchon Finally Loses the Game of Hide-and-Seek." The New Yorker [14 July 1997]: 31.

Bone, James. "James Bone's New York." The Times [28 March 1998]: Section Overseas News.

Bone, James. "Making Balzac Pay." The New Yorker [5 August 1996]: 24.

Bone, James. "Mystery Writer." Times Magazine [14 June 1997]: 26-29.

Bone, James. "Who The Hell is He?." Sunday Times [7 June 1998].

Booker, Keith M. Dystopian Literature: A Theory and Research Guide. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 229–236.

Booker, Keith M. "A Probable Source for the Title of 'The Small Rain'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 75-77. Online article.

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.

Booker, Keith M. "Gravity's Novel: A Note on the Genre of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 61-68. Online article.

Booker, Keith M. "Mastery and Sexual Domination: Imperialism as Rape in Pynchon's V.." Literature and Domination: Sex, Knowledge, and Power in Modern Fiction. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States [1993]: 90-116.

Booker, Keith M. "Postmodernism and the Technological Imagination: Review of Postmodern Sublime." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 199-204. Online article.

Booker, Keith M. "Postmodernism in Medieval England: Chaucer, Pynchon, Joyce, and the Poetics of Fission." Techniques of Subversion in Modern Literature: Transgression, Abjection, and the Carnivalesque. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States [1991]: 563–594 (and passim).

Booker, Keith M. "Postmodernism in Medieval England: Chaucer, Pynchon, Joyce, and the Poetics of Fission." Exemplaria [1990] 2 no. 2: 563–594.

Booker, Keith M. "Scepticism Squared: Western Postmodernist Dystopias." The Dystopian Impulse in Modern Literature: Fiction as Social Criticism. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 142-172 [152-162].

Booker, Keith M. "The Rats of God: Pynchon, Joyce, Beckett, and the Carnivalization of Religion." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 21-30. Online article.

Booker, Keith M. "Vineland and Dystopian Fiction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 5-38. Online article.

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

Boulter, Joe. "Children and Slaves in the West: Imagining Fraternity Among Outlaws in 'The Secret Integration'." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 518-533. Online article.

Boulware, Jack. "Slap Shots: Typeface Trauma." SF Weekly [11 June 1997].

Bové, Paul A. "Giving Thought to America: Intellect and The Education of Henry Adams." Critical Inquiry [1996] 23 no. 1: 80–108 [105–107].

Bové, Paul A. "History and Fiction: The Narrative Voices of Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Fiction Studies [2004] 50 no. 3: 657-680.

Bowman, David. "Big Game: Pynchon Hunters Find it Frighteningly Easy to Track and Catch their Prey." Salon [22 September 1998].

Bowman, David. "Pynchon's California." Huntsville News [9 March 1990]: A4.

Bowman, David. "Pynchon's Tin Ears." ePulse! [31 May 1996] 2 no. 19.

Bowman, John S. "The Agony and the Entropy." Harvard Magazine [November-December 1978] 81 no. 2: 14-16.

Boyagoda, Randy. "Hard-boiled or highbrow?." The Globe and Mail [8 August 2009].

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

Boyd, Robert. "The Seductive Illusions of a Pynchon Puzzle." St. Louis Post-Dispatch [21 January 1990]: 5C.

Boyers, Robert. "The Avant-Garde." The Columbia History of the American Novel. Ed. Emory Elliott. Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States [1991]: 726–51 (726).

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

Bradbury, Malcolm. The Modern American Novel. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 174–179 [and passim].

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

Bradbury, Malcolm. "Malcolm's Bradbury's Last Word on Thomas Pynchon." Literary Review [July 1997].

Bradbury, Malcolm. "The Invisible Man." The Observer [13 January 1985]: 51.

Brady, Martin. "Review of Vineland." Booklist [15 January 1990]: 954.

Bramkamp, Robert. "The Curtain Between the Images." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 24-34. Online article.

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

Braudy, Leo. "Providence, Paranoia, and the Novel." ELH [1981] 48 no. 3: 619-637 [619, 625, 627, 629-637].

Braudy, Leo. "Realists, Naturalists, and Novelists of Manner." Harvard Guide to Contemporary American Writing. Ed. Daniel Hoffman. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [1979]: 84-152.

Brauner, David. "Book Bytes." Jerusalem Post [21 August 1997]: Section Books: 7.

Brazell, Bill. "Pynchon's Line Dance." Metro [June 1997]. Online article.

Brett, Laurel K. "Pynchon, You're a Part of My Life." New York Times [15 July 1990]: LI14.

Breu, Christopher. "Vital Objects: Materiality and Biopolitics in Thomas Pynchon’s V.." Insistence of the Material: Literature in the Age of Biopolitics. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States [September 2014]: 61-92.

Brewer, Mária M. "Surviving Fictions: Gender and Difference in Postmodern and Postnuclear Narrative." Discourse [1987] no. 9: 37-52 [42, 43].

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

Brier, Peter A. "Caliban Reigns: Romantic Theory and Some Contemporary Fantasists." Denver Quarterly [1978] 13 no. 1: 38-51.

Brier, Peter A. "Caliban Reigns: Romantic Theory and Some Contemporary Fantasists." Denying the Machine [1991]: 38-51.

Brigg, Peter. "Gravity's Rainbow." Survey of Science Fiction Literature. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1979] 2 : 915-920.

Brigg, Peter. "Thomas Pynchon: Science in Life." The Span of Mainstream and Science Fiction: A Critical Study of a New Literary Genre. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 57-98.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Opposing Trajectories in V.." Tears of Rage: The Racial Interface of Modern American Fiction: Faulkner, Wright, Pynchon, Morrison. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [2008]: 108-143.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of Cowart (1980) and Stark (1980)." Journal of Modern Literature [1980-1981] 8 : 599-600.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of Fowler (1980) and Schaub (1981)." Journal of Modern Literature [December 1982] 9 : 520-522.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of Levine and Leverenz (1976)." Journal of Modern Literature [1976] 6 : 704-705.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of Plater (1978) and Siegel (1978)." Journal of Modern Literature [1979] 7 : 800-802.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of Slade (1974)." Journal of Modern Literature [1976] no. 5: 791-792.

Brivic, Sheldon. "Review of The Style of Connectedness." Journal of Modern Literature [1988-1989] 15 no. 2-3: 398-399.

Brockman, Stephen. "The Cultural Meaning of the Gulf War." Michigan Quarterly Review [1992] 31 no. 2: 149–78 (149, 161–166, 173–174).

Brooke-Rose, Christine. Textermination. Carcanet, London, United Kingdom [1991]: 78, 88, 112, 114, 134–136, 140–150, 178.

Brooke-Rose, Christine. "Illusions of Parody." Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany [1989]: 51–62 (53–54).

Brooks, Neil E. "Perplexing Utopia: Modern and Postmodern Alienation in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 180-196. Online article.

Brooks, Xan. "Thomas Pynchon: Review of A Journey into the Mind of [P]." Sight and Sound [2003]: 57-58.

Brosnahan, John. "Review of Slow Learner." Booklist [15 April 1984] no. 80: 1129.

Brottman, David M. "Light-Values as Existential Indices in Thomas Pynchon's Extravagant Comic Revery: 'Idiopathic Archetypes' of the Ego, Its Shadow, Its Preconscious Being, and the Self in the Spectrum that is Gravity's Rainbow." The Elemental Dialectic of Light and Darkness: The Passions of the Soul in the Onto-Poiesis of Life. Ed. Anne-Teresa Tymieniecka. Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands [1992]: 269-295.

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.

Brown, Donald M. "A Pynchon for the Nineties." Poetics Today [Spring 1997] 18 no. 1: 95-113.

Brown, Donald M. "Uncanny Confession: Thomas Pynchon's Fausto Maijstral." Modern Language Studies [1999] 29 no. 2: 49-71.

Brown, Edward J. "Zinoviev, Aleshkovsky, Rabelais, Sorrentino, Possibly Pynchon, Maybe James Joyce, and Certainly Tristram Shandy." Stanford Slavic Studies. Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States [1987] no. 1: 307–325.

Brown, Helen. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The Daily Mail [18 August 2009]. Online article.

Brown, Janelle. "Lineland Exposes Pynchon-L Flame Wars." Wired.com [25 April 1997].

Brownlie, Alan W. Thomas Pynchon's Narratives: Subjectivity and Problems of Knowing. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2000].

Brownmiller, Susan. "Up from Silence." Esquire [March 1969]: 100–04, 141, 144, 146, 148, 150 (150).

Brownstone, David and Irene Franck. People in the News. MacMillan, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 256.

Broyard, Anatole. "What Fiction Needs: More Readers, More Dogs." New York Times Book Review [18 November 1988]: 13.

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

Brugière, Marion. "Quest Avatars in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying Of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 5-16. Online 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 [1979] no. 8: 143-154. Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

Brunner, John. "Coming Events: An Assessment of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Foundation [1976] no. 10: 20-27.

Brunvand, Jan H. "Alligators in the Sewer." The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meanings. Norton, New York, New York, United States [1981]: 90-101.

Bryant, Jerry H. The Open Decision: The Contemporary American Novel and Its Intellectual Background. The Free Press, New York, New York, United States [1970]: 9, 35-36, 40, 249, 252-257.

Bryson, J. Scott. "The Text as Sacrificial Victim: A Girardian Reading of Thomas Pynchon's V.." Kentucky Philological Review [1997] no. 11: 19-27.

Buckeye, Robert. "The Anatomy of the Psychic Novel." Critique [1967] 9 no. 2: 33-45.

Buckley, William K. "C: The Tone Frame for Recent American Literature." South Atlantic Quarterly [1994] 93 no. 2: 279-294.

Buell, Lawrence. "Late Twentieth-Century Maximalism: Pynchonʹs Gravityʹs Rainbow—and Its Rainbow." The Dream of the Great American Novel. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [May 2016]: 423-460.

Buford, Bill. "Letters of Betrayal." The Guardian [27 March 1998]: Section Features: 20.

Bukatman, Scott. "test." Terminal Identity: The Virtual Subject in Postmodern Science Fiction. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [1993]: 161–165.

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

Bukiet, Melvin J. "Crackpot Realism: Fiction for the Forthcoming Millenium." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1996] 16 no. 1: 13-22.

Bukiet, Melvin J. "Crackpot Realism: Fiction for the Forthcoming Millennium." Tikkun [1995] 10 no. 1: 51+ (passim). Article originally published in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [1996] 16 no. 1: 13-22.

Bukiet, Melvin J. "Crackpot Realism: Fiction for the Forthcoming Millennium." Contemporary Fiction [1996] 16 no. 1: 13-22.

Bulson, Eric J. "Pynchon's Baedeker Trick." Novels, Maps, Modernity: The Spatial Imagination, 1850-2000. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2007]: 15–17, 85–105, 135–36, 150–.

Bumas, Shaskan E. "The Utopian States of America: The People, The Republic, and Rock and Roll in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Arizona Quarterly [1995] 52 no. 3: 149-175.

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.

Bunkley, Brit. "Remarks on Following Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 74-80. Online article.

Burchfield, Robert. "'All other dictionaries are temporary works': A conversation with Alvin P. Sanoff." U.S.News & World Report [11 August 1986]: 59–60 (59).

Burgess, Anthony. 99 Novels: The Best in English Since 1939. Summit, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 109.

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

Burillo Gadea, Mar. "Entropy and the Fantastic in Pynchon's Narratives." CLCWeb [2008] 10 no. 4. Online article.

Burket, Richard E. "The State Law Enforcement Apparatus as America: Authority, Arbitrariness, and the Force of Law in Vineland." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 727-759. Online article.

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

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

Burns, Christy L. "Parody and Postmodern Sex: Humor in Thomas Pynchon and Tama Janowitz." Performing Gender and Comedy: Theories, Texts and Contexts. Ed. Shannon E. Hengen. OPA/Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1998]: 149-166.

Burns, Christy L. "Postmodern Historiography: Politics and the Parallactic Method in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Postmodern Culture [September 2003] 14 no. 1: 22 par. Online article.

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

Busch, Frederick. "The Friction of Fiction: A Ulysses Omnirandum." Chicago Review [1975] 26 no. 4: 5-17 (13-17).

Butterfield, Isabel. "A Metaphysical Scamp? On Mark Helprin." Encounter [January 1989]: 48–52 (51).

Cabal, Alan. "Onward, Into the Fog." Counterpunch [31 July-2 August 2009].

Caesar, Ed. "Absent Friends: I Want to Be Alone." The Independent [26 November 2006].

Caesar, Ed. "Mystery and Mystique: The Reclusive Thomas Pynchon." The Canberra Times [8 December 2006]: A11. Anecdote originally published in The Independent as Absent Friends: I Want to Be Alone [26 November 2006].

Caesar, Ed. "Silhouette Fighting Shy." The Statesman [31 December 2006]. Anecdote originally published in The Independent as Absent Friends: I Want to Be Alone [26 November 2006].

Caesar, Terry P. "'Beasts Vaulting Among the Earthworks': Monstrosity in Gravity's Rainbow." Novel [1984] 17 no. 2: 158-170.

Caesar, Terry P. "'Take Me Anyplace You Want': Pynchon's Literary Career as a Maternal Construct in Vineland." Novel [1992] 25 no. 2: 181-199.

Caesar, Terry P. "A Note on Pynchon's Naming." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 6-10. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "At Large and Unrelated." The American Book Review [2007] 28 no. 3: 5-6.

Caesar, Terry P. "Motherhood and Postmodernism." American Literary History [1995] 7 no. 1: 120-140.

Caesar, Terry P. "Not for Specialists Only: Review of Subjects Without Selves and Fables of Subversion." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 192-198. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Picturing Pynchon." Gettysburg Review [1999] 12 no. 1: 87-93.

Caesar, Terry P. "Pynchon in China." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 47-57. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Pynchon in Life." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 61-67. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Recent American Fiction." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 45-51. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Texts of the Text: Citations in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 125-133. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Trapped Inside Their Frame With Your Wastes Piling Up: Mindless Pleasures in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 39-49. Online article.

Caesar, Terry P. "Travel Writing Unbound: Review of Russell's Crossing Boundaries." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 212-216. Online article.

Cain, Jimmie E. "The Clock as Metaphor in 'Mondaugen's Story'." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 73-77. Online article.

Calahan, Dan. "'Inherent Vice’ Review: Lots of Sex and Drugs, But Where Are the Believable People?." The Wrap [4 October 2014]. Online article.

Calcutt, Andrew and Robert Z. Sheppard. "Thomas Pynchon 1937-: Polyphonic Paranoia." Cult Fiction: A Reader's Guide. Ed. Terry P. Caesar. Contemporary Books, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1999]: 223-224.

Calendrillo, Linda T. "Cloaks and More Cloaks: Pynchon's V. and the Classic Spy Novel." Clues [1984] 5 no. 2: 58-65.

Calhoun, John C. "The Concept of Revolution and Its Influence on the Genesis of Art on the Work of Thomas Pynchon." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature [1976] 1 no. 2: 40-52.

Callens, Johan. "Reading Pynchon into the Eighties: Writing and Reading Anew." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1982] 13 no. 2: 103-119.

Callens, Johan. "Review of Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire [1983] 61 : 715-718.

Callens, Johan. "Tubed Out and Movie Shot in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 115-141. Online article. Article originally published in Yang as Van buisbaby tot Thanaat in Vineland [January-March 1992] 28 no. 1: 91-104.

Campbell, Elizabeth A. "Metaphor and V.: Metaphysics in the Mirror." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 57-69. Online article.

Cantor, Jay. "Almost One." Southwest Review [1990] 75 no. 4: 458–67 (465–66).

Carlin, Peter Ames. Catch a Wave: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. Rodale, Emmaus, Pennsylvania, United States [2006]: 103-104.

Carlson, Michael. "Lost in the Fog." Spectator [29 July 2009].

Carmichael, Thomas. "'Of All Art . . .': The Twentieth-Century Image or, on a Certain Elegiac Feeling in Late-Century Narrative." Wascana Review of Contemporary Poetry and Short Fiction [2002] 37 no. 1: 76-80.

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

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

Carr, David and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 202-204. Online article.

Carr, David. "Wells and Pynchon, Men of Science." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 132-154. Online article.

Carroll, Jeffrey. "Ninjettes, Nuns, and Lady Asskickers: Thomas Pynchon's Bow to the Mythical Orient." Gender and Culture in Literature and Film East and West: Issues of Perception and Interpretation. Ed. Nitaya Masavisut. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States [1994]: 253-259.

Carroll, Mary. "Review of Lineland." Booklist [August 1997]: 1870.

Carswell, Sean M. Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017].

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 1. Pynchon in Zuccotti Park: An Introduction." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 1-18.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 2.: Vineland and the Insomniac Unavenged." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 19-48.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 3: Mason & Dixon and the Ghastly Fop." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 49-79.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 4: Against the Day and a World Like Ours, with One or Two Adjustments." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 80-120.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 5: Inherent Vice and Being in Place." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 121-138.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 6: Bleeding Edge and Getting Constructively Lost." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 139-157.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 7: A Snappy ’Ukulele Accompaniment'." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 158-175.

Carswell, Sean M. "Chapter 8.: Occupy the Novel: A Conclusion." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 176-186.

Carswell, Sean M. "Doc, the Dude, and Marlowe: Changing Masculinities from The Long Goodbye to Inherent Vice." ORBIT [2018] 6 no. 1. Online article.

Carswell, Sean M. "Index." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 199-203.

Carswell, Sean M. "Notes." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 187-190.

Carswell, Sean M. "Review of Scott McClintock and John Miller (eds), Pynchon’s California (Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2014)." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Carswell, Sean M. "Table of Contents." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: viii-x.

Carswell, Sean M. "The Vineland Guide to Contemporary Rebellion." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Carswell, Sean M. "Works Cited." Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity's Rainbow. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1 May 2017]: 191-198.

Carter, Robin C. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." Southern Humanities Review [1992] 26 no. 4: 380-382.

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

Carter, Steven. "Avatars of the Third Other." Popular Culture Review [1993] 4 no. 1: 25–37 (30–31).

Carter, Steven. "The Rites of Memory: Orwell, Pynchon, DeLillo, and the American Millennium." Prospero [1999] no. 6: 5-21.

Carter, Steven. "Twice upon a Mattress: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Explicator [2000] 59 no. 1: 50-52.

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] [2000] 59 no. 1: 50-52.

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

Carvill, John. "The 'Bong' Goodbye: On Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Bright Lights Film Journal [August 2009] no. 65. Online article.

Carvill, John. "The Fuss About Pynchon." PopMatters.com [21 November 2006]. Online article.

Casey, Constance. "Pynchon's Latest May Surprise Both Partisans and Detractors." Yakima Herald-Republic [21 January 1990]: 7E.

Cassiday, Bruce. "Thomas Pynchon [1937- ]." Modern Mystery, Fantasy and Science Fiction Writers. Ed. Bruce Cassiday. Continuum, New York, New York, United States [1993]: 493-500.

Cassidy, Eric and Dan O'Hara. "Abstracts of the Other Papers Presented at the [Warwick] Conference." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 176-187. Online article.

Cassidy, Eric and Dan O'Hara. "Thomas Pynchon: Schizophrenia and Social Control." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 7-10. Online article.

Cassidy, Eric and Dan O'Hara. "Thomas Pynchon: Schizophrenia and Social Control." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 1-224.

Cassidy, Eric. "Cyberotics: Markets, Materialism and Method in Pynchon and Deleuze." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 107-128. Online article.

Cassola, Arnold. "Pynchon, V., and the Malta Connection." Journal of Modern Literature [1985] 12 no. 2: 311-331.

Cassola, Arnold. "Pynchon, V., and the Malta Connection." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: 15-38. Article originally published in Journal of Modern Literature [with the same title] [1985] 12 no. 2: 311-331.

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.

Caviola, Hugo. In the Zone: Perception and Presentation of Space in German and American Postmodernism. Birkhäuser, Basel, Switserland [1991].

Cawelti, John G. "Faulkner and the Detective Story's Double Plot." Clues [1991] 12 no. 2: 1-15 (6-9).

Cawelti, John G. "Trends in Recent American Genre Fiction." Kansas Quarterly [1978] 10 no. 4: 5–18 (15–18).

Celmer, Paul W. "Pynchon's V. and the Rhetoric of the Cold War." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 5-32. Online article.

Chabon, Michael. "The Crying of September 11." The New York Review of Books [7 November 2013] 50 . Online article.

Chaffee, Patricia. "The Whale and the Rocket: Technology as Sacred Symbol." Renascence [1980] 32 no. 3: 146-151.

Chambers, Judith. Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chambers, Judith. "A Dazzle of Violet and a Green-Doped Hound: Pynchon's Miracle of De-struction in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1991] 32 no. 4: 258-275.

Chambers, Judith. "Emancipatory Predicaments in Postmodern Criticism." Contemporary Literature [1994] 35 no. 2: 376-380.

Chambers, Judith. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Night Mare's Nest." Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chambers, Judith. "Parabolas and Parables: The Radical Ethics of Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow." Powerless Fictions?: Ethics, Cultural Critique, and American Fiction in the Age of Postmodernism. Ed. Ricardo Miguel Alfonso. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1996]: 1-23.

Chambers, Judith. "Text is a Text is a Text: Review of Pynchon's Poetics." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 196-200. Online article.

Chambers, Judith. "The Case for Ethical Rightness." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 135-140. Online article.

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

Chambers, Judith. "The Freak in Ourselves: The Grotesque in Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow." JAISA [1996] 1 no. 2: 55-78.

Chambers, Judith. "The Meanest Sharp Slivers of Truth." Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chambers, Judith. "The Short Stories: The Emerging Voice." Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chambers, Judith. "There's a New World Just Around the Corner." Mill Valley Literary Review [Spring 1990]: 1-3.

Chambers, Judith. "V.: The Unholy Trinity." Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chambers, Judith. "Vineland: Venus at the Mall." Thomas Pynchon. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1992].

Chamerois, Gilles and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014].

Chamerois, Gilles and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 11-16.

Chamerois, Gilles. "Introduction." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: i-vii. Online article.

Chamerois, Gilles. "Langue-en-joue: Bilingual Jokes in Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 241-258.

Chamerois, Gilles. "Pynchon, Leone and Dynamite." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Chamerois, Gilles. "Reading Thomas Pynchon's Latest Novel Against the Day." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3.

Chapman, Wes. "Male Pro-Feminism and the Masculinist Gigantism of Gravity's Rainbow." Postmodern Culture [May 1996] 6 no. 3: 26 par. Online article.

Chen, Joie and Charles Feldman. "Who Has Seen Thomas Pynchon the Writer?." The World Today [5 June 1997]: 10:44 pm EDT.

Chen, Joie. "Footnote About Author Thomas Pynchon." The World Today [6 June 1997]: 10:48 pm EDT.

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

Chetwynd, Ali and Georgios Maragos. "International Pynchon Week 2015: Call For Papers." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Chetwynd, Ali and Joanna Freer. Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018].

Chetwynd, Ali and Joanna Freer. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: ix-xxxii.

Chetwynd, Ali. "Imperfect Circles: Asymmetrical Orbital Motion from the Rim to the Centre in Gravity's Rainbow." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 113-132.

Chetwynd, Ali. "Inherent Obligation: The Distinctive Difficulties in and of Recent Pynchon." English Studies [2014] 95 no. 8: 923-948.

Cheuse, Alan. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." San Francisco Chronicle [9 August 2009]: F-1. Online article.

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.

Chorier-Fryd, Bénédicte. "'Let the Reader Beware': The 'Minor Adjustments' of Fiction in Pynchon's Against the Day." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 9-20. Online article.

Churchwell, Sarah. "There are more quests than answers." The Observer [26 July 2009]. Online article.

Cissell , Matthew . "Locating Pynchon in the Literary Field: A Critique of Reviews of Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Claffey, Charles E. "Rushdie Resurfaces with a Review." The Boston Globe [10 January 1990]: 65, 71.

Clare, Ralph. "Of Pilgrims and Anarchists." EBR [8 July 2013]. Online article.

Clark, Beverly L. "Of Rockets and Sprockets, History and Mystery, Philology and Technology." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 48-51. Online article.

Clark, Beverly L. "Realizing Gravity's Fantasy." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 15-34. Online article.

Clark, Beverly L. "The Mirror Worlds of Carroll, Nabokov, and Pynchon: Fantasy in the 1860's and 1960's." Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter [1979] no. 3: 24-26.

Clark, Beverly L. and Cary Fuoroli. "A Review of Major Pynchon Criticism." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 230-254.

Clark, Roger. "Imperialism in Gravity''s Rainbow." USF Language Quarterly [1982] 21 no. 1-2: 38.

Clarke, Bruce. "Allegories of Victorian Thermodynamics." Configurations [1996] 4 no. 1: 67-90 [67–72, 89].

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.

Clarke, George Elliott. "Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." American Literature [1993] 65 no. 2: 383-384.

Clarke, William. "'It's My Job, I Can't Back Out': The 'House' and Coercive Property Relations in Pynchon's Vineland." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 185-212.

Claro, Christophe. "Translating Pynchon." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 21-27. Online article.

Clerc, Charles. Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983].

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

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. "A Thoughtful Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 125-126. Online article.

Clerc, Charles. "Film in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 103-151.

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

Clerc, Charles. "Introduction." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 3-30.

Clerc, Charles. "Pynchon, Thomas." Encyclopedia of American Literature [1999]: 925–927.

Clerc, Charles. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." The International Fiction Review [1989] 16 no. 1: 66-67.

Clinton, Alan. "Conspiracy of Commodities: Postmodern Encyclopedic Narrative and Crowdedness." Rhizomes [2002]: 28 pars.

Clontz, Ted L. "Chapter 2. Ellison and Pynchon: The Chaotic and Fabulous Cities." Wilderness City: The Post World War II American Urban Novel from Algren to Wideman. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005]: 39-62.

Clute, John. "Aubade, Poor Dad." Sci Fi Weekly [27 November 2006].

Coale, Samuel Chase. "Chapter 6. Thomas Pynchon: The Functions of Conspiracy and the Performance of Paranoia." Paradigms of Paranoia: The Culture of Conspiracy in Contemporary American Fiction. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States [2005]: 135-177.

Coale, Samuel Chase. "Pynchon and the Political." Modern Fiction Studies [Summer 2009] 55 no. 2: 374-376.

Coale, Samuel Chase. "Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice is nostalgic haze of marijuana miasma." Providence Journal-Bulletin [August 2009] 16 .

Coates, Paul. The Realist Fantasy: Fiction and Reality Since Clarissa. Ed. Paul Coates. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 12–15, 193–217, and passim.

Coates, Paul. "Unfinished Business: Thomas Pynchon and the Quest for Revolution." New Left Review [November - December 1986]: 122-128.

Cocks, Geoffrey. "War, Man and Gravity: Thomas Pynchon and Science Fiction." Extrapolation [1979] 20 no. 4: 368-377.

Coffman, Christopher K. "Bogomilism, Orphism, Shamanism: The Spiritual and Spatial Grounds of Pynchon's Ecological Ethic." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 91-114.

Coffman, Christopher K. "Postmodern Sacrality and Inherent Vice." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 165-180.

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

Cohen, Joshua. "First Family, Second Life: Thomas Pynchon goes online." Harper's Magazine [October 2013]: 99-105.

Cohen, Michael. "Pynchon, Thomas." Conspiracy Theories in American History: An Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, California, United States [2003]: 601-604.

Cohen, Robert. "Notes from Underground." Tikkun [1990] 5 no. 3: 64-67.

Cohen, Samuel. "Mason & Dixon & the Ampersand." Twentieth Century Literature [2002] 48 no. 3: 264-291.

Coleman, Loren. "Alligators-In-The-Sewer: A Journalistic Origin." Journal of American Folklore [1979] 92 no. 365: 335-338.

Coleman, Paul. "Have You Seen This Man?." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 112-113. Online article.

Coleman, Paul. "How I Learned to Stop Worrying." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 91-92. Online article.

Coleman, Paul. "Rocketman in the Zone." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 151. Online article.

Colker, David. "2. Tiny Publishers with Big Acquisitions." Los Angeles Times [14 April 1991]: 86.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco and Celia M. Wallhead. "Introduction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 9-20. Online article.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco and Celia M. Wallhead. "V. Is for Varo Too: Hispanic Elements in the Work of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 264.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Fear of the Flesh, Fear of the Borg: Narratives of Bodily Transgression in Contemporary U.S. Culture." Beyond Borders: Re-Defining Generic and Ontological Boundaries. Ed. María Á. Martínez and Ram Plo-Alastru. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2002]: 67–79. [70–71 and passim].

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "From Science to Terrorism: The Transgression Function of Energy in Pynchon's Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 323-348.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "History and Metafiction: V.'s Impossible Cognitive Quest." Atlantis [1993] 15 no. 1-2: 61-78.

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.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "No Either/Or: The Stagnation of Forces in Pynchon's Universe: Ethical and Gender Undecidability in Two Spanish Cases." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 46-56. Online article.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Pynchon's Vineland: From the Text into the Story and Back Again." Atlantis [1991] 12 no. 2: 95-105.

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Trespassing Limits: Pynchon's Irony and the Law of the Excluded Middle." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 471-503. Online article.

Collignon, Fabienne. "A Glimpse of Light." Textual Practice [September 2008] 22 no. 3: 547-562.

Collignon, Fabienne. "The Ballistic Flight of an Automatic Duck." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Collins, Kristofer. "Against the Day, by Thomas Pynchon: Pynchon's Past Strengths Decline Into Overkill." Pittsburg Post-Gazette [31 December 2006]. Online article.

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 [1984] 17 : 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.

Comnes, Gregory. "Review of The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1989] 9 no. 1: 267-269.

Comyn, Joshua. "V2 to Bomarc: Reading Gravity’s Rainbow in Context." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Conner, Mark C. "Postmodern Exhaustion: Thomas Pynchon's Vineland and the Aesthetic of the Beautiful." Studies in American Fiction [Spring 1996] 24 no. 1: 65-86.

Conrad, Peter. Modern Times, Modern Places. Thames & Hudson, London, United Kingdom [1998]: 545–551, 716.

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 [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 45-70.

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 45-70. Online article.

Conte, Joseph M. "It's Not O.K. to Be a Luddite." Design and Debris: A Chaotics of Postmodern American Fiction. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States [2002]: 237-243, 245-246.

Conte, Joseph M. "Reviewed Work: Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History by DAVID COWART." Studies in the Novel [Winter 2013] 45 no. 4: 709-711.

Conte, Joseph M. "The Excluded Middle: Complexity in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Design and Debris: A Chaotics of Postmodern American Fiction. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States [2002]: 163-192, 199-204.

Cook, Don L. "Rev. of Negative Liberties and Pynchon Notes 42-43 [Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity's Rainbow]." American Literature [2002] 74 no. 3: 668-670.

Cook, Simon. ""This Set of Holes, Pleasantly Framed": Pynchon the Competent Pornographer amd the Female Conduit." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 125-144.

Cook, Simon. "Manson Chicks and Microskirted Cuties: Pornification in Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Textual Practice [2015] 29 no. 6: 1143-1164.

Cooley, Ronald W. "The Hothouse or the Street: Imperialism and Narrative in Pynchon's V.." Modern Fiction Studies [1993] 39 no. 2: 307-325.

Cooper, Kenneth D. "'Zero Pays the House': The Las Vegas Novel and Atomic Roulette." Contemporary Literature [1992] 33 no. 3: 528-544 [528, 533-534].

Cooper, Peter L. Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983].

Cooper, Peter L. "1. Pynchon's Literary Contexts: The Counterrealists." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 1-44.

Cooper, Peter L. "2. Pynchon's Jeremiad: A Control That is Out Of Control." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 45-72.

Cooper, Peter L. "3. Pynchon's Solutions: The Moment and Its Possibilities." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 73-109.

Cooper, Peter L. "4. Pynchon's Cosmos: Symbols of Randomness and Fright." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 110-130.

Cooper, Peter L. "5. Pynchon's Epistemology: An Eye That Reflects and an Eye That Receives." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 131-152.

Cooper, Peter L. "6. Metaphor, Model-Building and Paranoia: A Thrust at Truth and a Lie." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 153-173.

Cooper, Peter L. "7. Pynchon's Fictional Techniques: Assertion Through Structure." Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1983]: 174-222.

Copestake, Ian D. American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003].

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. "40. Thomas Pynchon." A Companion to Twentieth-Century United States Fiction. Ed. David Seed. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, United Kingdom [2009]: 428-435.

Copestake, Ian D. "Introduction - Postmodern Reflections: The Image of an Absent Author." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 7-14.

Copestake, Ian D. "Off the Deep End Again: Sea-Consciousness and Insanity in The Crying of Lot 49 and Mason & Dixon." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 193-215.

Corey, Irwin. "Professor Irwin Corey Accepts the National Book Award for Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 181-183. Online article.

Corigan, Michael. "Surprise Birthday Party for Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 208-215. Online article.

Cornell, Jay. "Pynchon's Spiritual Paranoia." Gnosis [1991] no. 18: 64-65.

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "'Chain of Links' or 'Disorderly Tangle of Lines'? Alternative Cartographies of Modernity in Thomas Pynchon's Fiction." Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War and After. Palgrave, New York, New York, United States [2001].

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "Cold War Narratives of Polarization." Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War and After. Palgrave, New York, New York, United States [2001].

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "Metanarratives of Modern History." Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War and After. Palgrave, New York, New York, United States [2001].

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting: The Pynchon - Morrison - Sukenick Connection." Narrative and Culture. Ed. Janice Carlisle and Daniel R. Schwarz. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994]: 216-237.

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "Rethinking Postmodern Liminality: Marginocentric Characters and Projects in Thomas Pynchon's Polysystemic Fiction." Symploke [1997] 5 no. 1-2: 27-47.

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. "Systemic Transgression and Cultural Rewriting in Pynchon's Fiction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 77-90. Online article.

Cosenza, Joseph A. "Reader-Baiting in Gravity's Rainbow." Massachusetts Studies in English [1983] 9 no. 1: 44-53.

Coslovi, Marina. "Pynchon in Baedeker Land." America and the Mediterranean. Ed. Massimo Bacigalupo and Pierangelo Castagneto. Otto, Turin, Italy [2003]: 369-377.

Costigliola, Giuseppe. "Mediterranean Histories in Thomas Pynchon's V.." America and the Mediterranean. Ed. Massimo Bacigalupo and Pierangelo Castagneto. Otto, Turin, Italy [2003]: 287-291.

Costigliola, Giuseppe. "Rubbish, Rubble, Ruins: The Allegorical in Gravity's Rainbow." America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Grafia, Syracuse, Italy [2003]: 559-565.

Costley, Bill. "PMC Reader's Report on Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Postmodern Culture [May 1996] 6 no. 3.

Coughlan, David. "The Sewers, the City, the Tower : Pynchon's V., Fausto's Confessions, and Yeats's A Vision." Critique [Fall 2008] 50 no. 1: 35-50.

Coughlin, Ruth P. "The Puzzle That is Thomas Pynchon." Detroit News [17 September 1989]: E2.

Coughran, Chris. "Green Scripts in Gravity''s Rainbow: Pynchon, Pastoral Ideology and the Performance of Ecological Self." ISLE [2009] 16 no. 2.

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 [1985-1986] 2 : 121-134.

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

Couturier, Maurice. "Nabokov in Postmodernist Land." Critique [1993] 34 no. 4: 247-260 [256-257].

Couturier, Maurice. "The Death of the Real in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 5-29. Online article.

Couturier, Maurice. "Yours Faithfully, the Author." Critical Angles: European Views of Contemporary American Literature. Ed. Marc Chénetier. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1986]: 29-44 [33-38, 42, 43].

Cowart, David G. Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980].

Cowart, David G. Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012].

Cowart, David G. ""Making the Unreal Reel": Film In Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: 31-95.

Cowart, David G. "'Sacrificial Ape': King Kong and His Antitypes in Gravity's Rainbow." Literature and Psychology [1978] 28 no. 03-04: 112-118.

Cowart, David G. "Acknowledgments." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: ix.

Cowart, David G. "Attenuated Postmodernism: Pynchon's Vineland." Critical Essays on American Postmodernism. Ed. Stanley Trachtenberg. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1995]: 182-191. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 67-76.

Cowart, David G. "Attenuated Postmodernism: Pynchon's Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 3-13. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 67-76.

Cowart, David G. "Attenuated Postmodernism: Pynchon's Vineland." Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 67-76.

Cowart, David G. "Baedeker to Pynchon: Review." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 21-28. Online article.

Cowart, David G. "Cinematic Auguries of the Third Reich in Gravity's Rainbow." Literature/Film Quarterly [1978] 4 no. 6: 364-370.

Cowart, David G. "Continuity and Growth: Pynchon's Vineland." Kenyon Review [1990] 12 no. 4: 176-190.

Cowart, David G. "Germany and German Culture in the Works of Thomas Pynchon." Germany and German Thought in American Literature and Cultural Criticism. Ed. Peter Freese. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany [1990]: 305-318.

Cowart, David G. "Heteroclite Historiography: Representations of the Past in Contemporary American Fiction." 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]: 179-199.

Cowart, David G. "Intersecting Worlds: Language And Literature in Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: 96-136.

Cowart, David G. "Love and Death: Variations on a Theme in Pynchon's Early Fiction." Journal of Narrative Technique [1977] 7 no. 3: 157-169.

Cowart, David G. "One. Prospero's Apprenticeship: Slow Learner." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 25-39.

Cowart, David G. "Preface." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: xi-xiv.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon and the Sixties." Critique [1999] 41 no. 1: 3-13. Article originally published in Passage as Pynchon og tresserne [1996] no. 26: 55-67.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon and the Sixties: The California Novels." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 82-135.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon in Literary History." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 83-96.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon's Artistic Priorities." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: 1-12.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Paintings of Remedios Varo." Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 19-26 or 5-17.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon's Use of the Tannhauser-Legend in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1979] 9 no. 3: 2-3.

Cowart, David G. "Pynchon, Genealogy, History: Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 159-188.

Cowart, David G. "Review of Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays, by Edward Mendelson." Journal of Aesthetic Education [1979] 13 no. 3: 125-127.

Cowart, David G. "Review of Slade's Thomas Pynchon." American Literature [1993] 65 no. 1: 170-171.

Cowart, David G. "Review of Writing Pynchon." American Literature [1991] 63 no. 1: 153-154.

Cowart, David G. "Science and the Arts in Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Proceedings of the Philological Association of the Carolinas [March 1979] no. 9.

Cowart, David G. "Science and the Arts in Pynchon's 'Entropy'." CLA Journal [1980] 24 no. 1: 108-115.

Cowart, David G. "Selected Bibliography." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: 143-144.

Cowart, David G. "Slow Learner: Early Stories." Magill's Literary Annual 1985. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1985]: 830-834.

Cowart, David G. "Surface and Void: Paintings In V. and the Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1980]: 13-30.

Cowart, David G. "Teaching Pynchon's V.." 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]: 88-98.

Cowart, David G. "The Historiographer Historicized: Pynchon and Literary History." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 189-206.

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." American Literature [2002] 74 no. 3: 341-363.

Cowart, David G. "The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon." American Literature [1999] 71 no. 2: 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] [1999] 71 no. 2: 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.

Cowart, David G. "Thomas Pynchon." Critical Survey of Long Fiction: English Language Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1983] VI : 2186-2194.

Cowart, David G. "Three. Streben nach dem Unendlichen: Germany and German Culture in Pynchon's Early Work." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 57-81.

Cowart, David G. "Two. History and Myth: Pynchon's V.." Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2012]: 40-56.

Cowart, David G. "V. in Florence: Botticelli's Birth of Venus and the Metamorphosis of Victoria Wren." Southern Humanities Review [1979] 13 no. 4: 345-353.

Cowart, David G. "“Down on the Barroom Floor of History”: Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge." Postmodern Culture [September 2013] 24 no. 1.

Cowley, Julian. "The Eternal Centre/The Final Zero: The Fiction of Thomas Pynchon." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1989] 19 no. 1: 1-19.

Cox, Stephen D. "Berkeley, Blake, and the Apocalypse of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Essays in Literature [1980] 7 no. 1: 91-99.

Crace, John. "Gravity's Author Just Got Heavier: The new Thomas Pynchon novel just landed on my doormat. I'm not sure I can lift the thing, let alone read it." Comment is Free [21 November 2006]. Online article.

Cross, Stephanie. "Review of Against the Day." The Daily Mail [24 November 2006]: 80.

Cross, Stephanie. "Review of Against the Day." The Evening Standard [28 November 2006]: LL04: 28. Review originally published in The Daily Mail [with the same title] [24 November 2006]: 80.

Crowell, Douglas E. "From Providence to Paranoia: The Puritan Epistemology Transformed in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Mid-American Review [1982] 2 no. 1: 97-115.

Crowley, Dennis. "'Before the Oven': Aesthetics and Politics in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 181-198. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years [with the same title] [8-9 June 1998].

Crownshaw, Richard. "Gravity's Rainbow: Pynchon's Holocaust Allegory." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 199-212. Online article.

Crumb, Michael. "Uroboric Imagery in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Readerly/Writerly Texts [Fall/Winter 1993] 1 no. 1: 65-86.

Crumb, Michael. "Uroboric Imagery in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Readerly/Writerly Texts [1993] 1 no. 1: 65-86.

Cruz Acevedo, David. "Images of the Uncertainty: Mapping the Unmappable in Pynchon's Zone." Figures of Belatedness: Postmodernist Fiction in English. Ed. Javier Gascueña Gahete and Paula Mart. Universidad de Córdoba, Cordoba, Spain [2006]: 123-140.

Cryer, Dan. "Gravity's Ashram." Newsday [14 January 1990]: 21, 24.

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

Cullen, Robert J. "Pynchon at the MLA Convention." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 3-5. Online article.

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

Curling, Dean B. "An Index to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 69-81. Online article.

Currie, Peter. "The Eccentric Self: Anti-Characterization and the Problem of the Subject in American Postmodernist Fiction." Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Malcolm Bradbury and Sigmund Ro. Arnold, London, United Kingdom [1987]: 53-70 [passim].

D'Amico, Maria Vittoria. "A Transmarginal Reading of Gravity's Rainbow." Anuario [1980]: 17-32.

D, Heinrich and Enzio M. Schmidt-Federspiel. "Fallensteller und Budenzauberer." Prüfstand 7: Das Buch zum Film. Ed. Robert Bramkamp and Olga Fedianina. MaasMedia, Berlin, Germany [2002]: 142-161.

Dahiya, Bhim. "Structural Patterns in the Novels of Barth, Vonnegut and Pynchon." Indian Journal of American Studies [1976] 5 no. 1-2: 53-68.

Dainotto, Roberto Maria. "The Excremental Sublime: The Postmodern Literature of Blockage and Release." Postmodern Culture [May 1993] 3 no. 3: 53 par [9, 14, 37, 51]. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "'Going Round and Round with Old Gravity': Technological Progress and Escape in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Apocalypse. Ed. Fritz Gysin. Narr, Tübingen, Germany [2000]: 77-88.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "'Perchance to Dream': Clock Time and Creative Resistance Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 81-98.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Choice or Life? Deliberations on Motherhood in Late-Period Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 225-240.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Forms of Space and of the Chronotope in Pynchon: Review of The Poetics of Chronotope." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 239-243. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Gravity's Rainbow: 'An Historical Novel of a Whole New Sort'." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 81-102.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Gravity's Rainbow: A Historical Novel of a Whole New Sort." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 35-50. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Plus Ça Change: Review of The Postmodern Adventure." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 251-254. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Readers and Tresspassers: Time Travel, Orthogonal Time, and Alternative Figurations of Time in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 115-138.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Science and Technology." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 156-167.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Something to Compare It to Then: Rereading Terror in Coincidences Between Pynchon's Germany and America's 9/11." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 85-98. Online article.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Terrifying Technology: Pynchon's Warning Myth of Today." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 91-110. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years [with the same title] [8-9 June 1998].

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "The Linking Feature: Degenerative Systems in Pynchon and Spengler." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 97-116. Online article.

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.

Dalsgaard, Inger H. and Luc Herman. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012].

Daly, Robert. "Burned by the Hangman: Puritan Agency and the Road Not Taken: Review of The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 205-213. Online article.

Daniel, John. "Quest for Identity." Manchester Guardian Weekly [17 October 1963]: 11.

Daniele, Daniela. "A Linguistic Wilderness: Maps in Ruins in Thomas Pynchon's Post-Industrial Zones." The Woman of the Crowd: Urban Displacement and Failed Encounters in Surrealist and Postmodern Writing. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2000]: 109-138.

Daniele, Daniela. "The Hippie Hero in the Postmodern Landscape: Vineland and The Big Lebowski." America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Grafia, Syracuse, Italy [2003]: 639–647.

Darabaner, Richard. "A Possible Source for the Title of 'The Small Rain'." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 69-72. Online article.

Das, Prasanta. "Oedipa's Night Journey in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1993] 23 no. 2: 4-5.

Das, Prasanta. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Classical Detective Story." Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) [1992] 23 no. 2: 141-149.

Das, Prasanta. "Thomas Pynchon's V. as Inverted Quest." Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) [1992] 23 no. 2: 29-37.

Dasenbrock, Reed Way. "Wyndham Lewis's Fascist Imagination and the Fiction of Paranoia." Fascism, Aesthetics, and Culture. Ed. Richard J. Golsan. University Press of New England, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States [1992]: 81–97, 257–59 [94–95].

Daum, Meghan. "Naughty's Not Nice in Battle of the Bulges." The Age [9 December 2006]: Insight: 9.

Davidson, Cathy N. "Oedipa as Androgyne in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Contemporary Literature [1977] 18 no. 1: 38-50.

Davidson, Jenny. "Details That Linger and the Charm of Voluntary Reading: George Pelecanos, Stephen King, Thomas Pynchon." Reading Style: A Life in Sentences. Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States [September 2016]: 127-133.

Davidson, Max. "Paperbacks." The Daily Telegraph [11 April 1998].

Davies, Hugh. "US Author Wins Fight to Remain a Face in the Crowd." The Daily Telegraph [7 June 1997]: Section International: 13.

Davis, Brian Joseph. "Inherent Vice." Eye Weekly [5 August 2009].

Davis, Douglas M. "The New Mood: An Obsession with the Absurd." National Observer [February 1965]: 22.

Davis, Douglas M. "The Shrinking Garden and New Exits: The Comic-Satiric Novel in the Twentieth Century." Kansas Quarterly [1969] 1 no. 3: 5-16.

Davis, Joann. "Corlies Smith at the Helm." Publishers' Weekly [12 April 1985]: 46-48 [48].

Davis, Madison J. "Review of The Style of Connectedness." Studies in the Novel [1988] 20 no. 4: 436-437.

Davis, Monte. An Extended Table of Contents for 'Against the Day' [December 2006]. Online article.

Davis, Robert C. "Introduction: White on White: Contemporary American Fiction/Current Theory." Arizona Quarterly [1983] 39 no. 4: 293-311 [304, 309].

Davis, Robert M. "Parody, Paranoia and the Dead End of Language in The Crying of Lot 49." Genre [Winter 1972] 4 no. 4: 367-377.

Davis, Robert M. "Whatever Happened to Richard Fariña? (Essential Books)." World Literature Today [2006] 80 no. 3: 39-41.

Davis, Robert M. "When was Postmodernism?." World Literature Today [2001] 75 no. 2: 295-298.

Davis, Walter A. "Of Pynchon, Thanatos and Depleted Uranium: Weapons of Mass Destruction Found in Iraq." Counterpunch [9-10 October 2004].

Davis, Walter A. "The Bite of the Whip: Passion of the Christ in Abu Ghraib." Counterpunch [19-20 June 2004].

Daw, Laurence F. "Banishing the Pesky Demon: The Final Word." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 99-101. Online article.

Daw, Laurence F. "More on Pynchon on Record." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 46-47. Online article.

Daw, Laurence F. "Review by Dr Larry Daw." Spermatikos Logos [17 June 1997].

Daw, Laurence F. "Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Canadian Review of American Studies [1990] 21 no. 1: 131-132.

Daw, Laurence F. "The Apocalyptic Milieu of Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Apocalyptic Visions Past and Present: Selected Papers from the Eighth and Ninth Annual Florida State University Conferences on Literature and Film. Ed. William J. Cloonan and Jo Ann James. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, United States [1988]: 91-98.

Daw, Laurence F. "The Assymetry of Life and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 66-68. Online article.

Daw, Laurence F. "The Ellipsis as Architectonic in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 54-56. Online article.

Daw, Laurence F. "The Limitations of Indeterminacy in Pynchon's Fiction." CEA Critic [1986] 49 no. 2-4: 174-179.

Daw, Laurence F. "The Limitations of Indeterminacy in Pynchon's Fiction." CEA Critic [Winter - Summer 1986-1987] 49 no. 2-4: 174-179.

Dawers, William. "That Other Sentimental Surrealist: Walter Benjamin." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 39-60. Online article.

Day, William. "Countering Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49 with Reader Involvement: Remedios Varo as a Role Model for Oedipa Maas." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 30-45. Online article.

de Bourcier, Simon and Martin P. Eve. "Preface." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

de Bourcier, Simon. "Pynchon and Relativity: Narrative Time in Thomas Pynchon's Later Novels." Pynchon and Relativity: Narrative Time in Thomas Pynchon's Later Novels. Continuum, New York, New York, United States [2012]: 231.

de Bourcier, Simon. "Reading McHale reading Pynchon, or, Is Pynchon still a postmodernist?." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

de Bourcier, Simon. "Representations of Sexualized Children and Child Abuse in Thomas Pynchon's Fiction." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 145-161.

de Bourcier, Simon. "The Æther in Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

de Bourcier, Simon. "Travels in the Fourth Dimension in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 63-80.

De Feo, Ronald. "Fiction Chronicle: Review of Gravity's Rainbow." The Hudson Review [Winter 1973-1974] 26 : 773-775.

de Kerckhove, Derrick. "Derrick de Kerckhove Replies." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 83. Online article.

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

de Paul, Stephen. "Plastic and the Parabola: The New Vocabulary of Attention in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." CEA Critic [1986] 49 no. 2-4: 180-184.

de Zwaan, Victoria F. "Gravity's Rainbow as Metaphoric Narrative: Film, Fairy Tale and Fantasy in Pynchon's Germany." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 154-168. Online article.

de Zwaan, Victoria F. "Pynchon's 'Entropy'." The Explicator [1993] 51 no. 3: 194-196.

Dechand, Thomas. "Pynchon, Cohen, and the Crisis of Victorian Mathematics." MLN [2007] 122 no. 5: 1180-1192.

Dechand, Thomas. "Pynchon, Cohen, and the Crisis of Victorian Mathematics." MLN [December 2008] 122 no. 5: 1180-1192.

Decker, Jeffrey L. "'The Enigma His Efforts Had Created': Thomas Pynchon and the Legacy of America." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 27-42. Online article.

Decker, Mark T. "A Proliferation of Bad Shit: Informational Entropy, Politics and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 142-156. Online article.

Dedering, Tilman. "Review of Das Schwarzkommando." South African Historical Journal [May 1995]: 313-314.

Dee, John. "Pynchon's Public Profile (or lack thereof) - A Personal View." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

DeKoven, Marianne. Utopia Limited: The Sixties and the Emergence of the Postmodern. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2004]: 183–186, 311.

del Pont , Xavier Marcó. "'This little parenthesis of light, might close after all': Organizational Devices and the End of the Era in Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

del Pont , Xavier Marcó. "Review of David Cowart, Thomas Pynchon & the Dark Passages of History." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

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.

DeMott, Benjamin and Alan Trachtenberg. "Thomas Pynchon." America in Literature. Ed. Benjamin DeMott and Alan Trachtenberg. Wiley, New York, New York, United States [1978]: 1453–1455.

den Besten, Matthijs and Ralph Schroeder. "Literary Sleuths Online: E-Research Collaboration on the Pynchon Wiki." Information, Communication and Society [2008] 11 no. 2: 167–187.

Den Tandt, Christophe. "Management and Chaos: Masculinity and the Corporate World From Naturalism to Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 73-90. Online article.

Den Tandt, Christophe. "McLuhan, Pynchon, Gibson: The Informational Metropolis from the Global Village to Cyberspace." Living with America, 1946-1996. Ed. Cristina Giorcelli and Rob Kroes. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1997]: 103-110.

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.

Dharker, Rani. "Thomas Pynchon's Lucy-in-the-Sky-with-Diamonds World." Critical Practice [1995] 2 no. 2: 38-46.

Diamond, Jamie. "Does Thomas Pynchon Exist?." People [29 January 1990]: 64-66.

Dick, Bernard F. "At the Crossroads of Time: Types of Simultaneity of Literature and Film." The Georgia Review [1979] 33 no. 2: 423-432.

Dickson, David. "Pynchon's Vineland and 'That Fundamental Agreement in What is Good and Proper': What Happens When we Need to Change it?." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 35-47.

Dickson, David. "Reading Innovations in Pynchon's Vineland." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 182-205.

Dickstein, Morris. "Black Humor and History: Fiction in the Sixties." Partisan Review [1976] 43 no. 2: 185-211.

Dickstein, Morris. "Black Humor and History: The Early Sixties." Gates of Eden: American Culture in the Sixties. Basic Books, New York, New York, United States [1977]: 91-127.

Diebold, John and Michael Goodwin. Babies of Wackiness [1990]. Online article.

DiFilippo, Paul. "All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes: The Orientalization of the Pynchonian Worldview in Ciphers." New York Review of Science Fiction [August 2001]: 15-20.

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

DiFilippo, Paul. "Terminal Lunch: The Crime of Plot 49: Pynchon and his Xeroxes." Science Fiction Eye [1989] no. 5: 81–82.

DiFilippo, Paul. "World Wars III." The Best of Interzone. Ed. David Pringle. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1997]: 233–249. Fiction originally published in Interzone [with the same title] [1992] no. 55: 23-28.

DiFilippo, Paul. "World Wars III." Interzone [1992] no. 55: 23-28.

Dillard, R. H. W.. "V.." Survey of Contemporary Literature, Revised Edition. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1977]: 12:7955-7957.

Dirda, Michael. "Beneath the Neon, Hidden Master Emerges From the Surf." The Washington Post [6 August 2009]. Online article.

Dirda, Michael. "Books That Helped Make the Age of Aquarius." Book World [23 July 1989]: 10.

Dirda, Michael. "Measure For Measure." Book World [27 April 1997]: 1, 10.

Dirda, Michael. "Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." The Washington Post [11 September 2013]. Online article.

Dixler, Elsa. "Paperback Row." New York Times Book Review [4 November 2007]: 36.

Dobbs, Kildare. "Review of V.." Tamarack Review [Summer 1963]: 92-93.

doCarmo, Steven N. "History, Refusal, and the Strategic-Essentialist Politics of Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 173-194. Online article.

Donadio, Rachel. "Keeper of the Canon." New York Times Book Review [8 January 2006]: 27.

Donadio, Stephen. "America, America." Partisan Review [Summer 1966] 33 : 448-452.

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

Donahue, James J. ""Crimes of Demarcation": Spatial and Cultural Transgression in Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon." Failed Frontiersmen: White Men and Myth in the Post-Sixties American Historical Romance. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States [February 2015]: 65-93.

Donoghue , William. "Chapter 5. Hysteria: Pynchon’s Cartoon Space." Mannerist Fiction: Pathologies of Space from Rabelais to Pynchon. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [2014]: 84-104.

Donoghue, Steve. "A Bonfire of the Inanities: Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." Open Letters Monthly [2013] November . Online article.

Doody, Terrence. "A Character Is Also a Sign." Among Other Things: A Description of the Novel. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [1998]: 92-145.

Doody, Terrence. "Pynchon's Characters Chat Their Way Through His Novel's Tedious, Terky Plot." Houston Chronicle [1 December 2006]. Online article.

Dougherty, D. C. "Nemeses and MacGuffins: Paranoia as Focal Metaphor in Stanley Elkin, Joseph Heller, and Thomas Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1995] 15 no. 2: 70–78.

Douglas, Lawrence and Alexander George. "Virtual Authors: The Web Sites." New York Times Book Review [31 December 1995]: 19.

Douglas, Lawrence and Alexander George. "You've Read the Book! Now Sniff It!." New York Times Book Review [1 September 1996]: 27.

Doxey, William. "The Pinochle-Playing Worms in Pynchon's Vineland." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1991] 21 no. 3: 11-12.

Doyle, Jim. "Has Anyone Ever Seen Thomas Pynchon And Wanda Tinasky in the Same Room? We didn't think so. Neither does a small band of North Coast literary sleuths who believe Pynchon -- the reclusive cult-novelist -- took on the nom de plume of Fort Bragg bag lady Wanda Tinasky and penned 65 strange, erudite letters to a Mendocino County." San Francisco Chronicle [3 May 2003].

Doyle, Larry. "t.V.." The New Yorker [2 April 1990]: 38-40.

Dregni, Michael. "After 17 Years, Pynchon's Back with Another Novel." Star Tribune [11 February 1990]: 11E.

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

Dubail, Jean. "Plugging Away at a New Leviathan." The Plain Dealer [19 November 2006].

Dudar, Helen. "A Pynchon for Privacy." Newsday [9 April 1984]: 3. Biography originally published in The Chicago Tribune Bookworld as Lifting the Veil on Life of a Literary Recluse [8 April 1984]: 35-36.

Dudar, Helen. "Lifting the Veil on Life of a Literary Recluse." The Chicago Tribune Bookworld [8 April 1984]: 35-36.

Duffy, Bruce. "The Do-It-Yourself Life of Ludwig Wittgenstein." New York Times Book Review [13 November 1988]: 68-69 [68].

Dugdale, John V. Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [1990].

Dugdale, John V. "A Burglar, I Think. A Second-Story Man." The Cambridge Quarterly [1986] 15 no. 2: 156-164.

Dugdale, John V. "Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." Sunday Times [15 September 2013].

Dugdale, John V. "Chapter 1: Three Short Stories." Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [1990]: 17-76.

Dugdale, John V. "Chapter 2: V.." Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [1990]: 76-123.

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

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

Dugdale, John V. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." Sunday Times [6 July 2009]. Online article.

Dugdale, John V. "It's All About Bigging It Up." Sunday Times [10 December 2006]: 55. Online article.

Dugdale, John V. "Print: John Dugdale on Pynchon's 50th Birthday." Face [June 1987]: 107-108.

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

Dugdale, John V. "Rilly Disappointing." The Listener [1 February 1990]: 27.

Dugdale, John V. "Somewhere Over Gravity's Rainbow." The Sunday Correspondent Magazine [28 January 1990]: 34-38.

Dugdale, John V. "The Invisible man." New Statesman [5 May 2003]: 47-48.

Dugdale, John V. "Thomas Pynchon." Sunday Times [4 May 2003]: Section Culture: 37.

Dugdale, John V. "V.: A Fierce Ambivalence." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 197-215.

Durand, R. "De L'Aphanisis: Notes sur la Question du Sujet dans le Texte Contemporain." Passage du Temps, Ordre de la Transition. Ed. Jean Bessière. Presses universitaires de France, Paris, France [1985]: 83–95 [84, 88–89].

Durand, R. "On Aphanisis: A Note on the Dramaturgy of the Subject in Narrative Analysis." MLN [1983] 98 : 860-870. Article originally published in Passage du Temps, Ordre de la Transition as De L'Aphanisis: Notes sur la Question du Sujet dans le Texte Contemporain [1985]: 83–95 [84, 88–89].

Durgan, Jessica. "Physics and Film in Postmodernism: Demystifying the Created Art in Gravity's Rainbow." Synoptique [16 May 2005]. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and Brian Swatek. "An Index to V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 35-68. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 151-154. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 157-158. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 175-176. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 171-172. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 215-216. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 206-208. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 190-194. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 222-224. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 233-236. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 269-273. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 187-188. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 221-223. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 145-146. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 273-274. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard and John M. Krafft. "Thomas Pynchon." Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 173. Ed. James R. Giles and Wanda H. Giles. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1996]: 177-201.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14. Online issue.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'A suspension forever at the hinge of doubt': The Reader-Trap of Bianca in Gravity's Rainbow." Postmodern Culture [September 1991] 2 no. 1: 37 par. Online article.

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.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "'The Exact Degree of Fictitiousness': Thomas Pynchon's Against The Day." Postmodern Culture [January 2007] 17 no. 2: 20 pars. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "A Brief Further Remark on 'Pynchon's Anti-Quests'." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 25. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "A Long View of V 2." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 17-19. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Against the Day." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 71-82.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "An Index to Pynchon's Shorter Works." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 7-34. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Critiquing the Cartel: Anti-Capitalism, Walter Rathenau and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 88-106. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Deconstructing Gravity's Rainbow: Introduction." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 3-6. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "From Potsdam to Putzi's: Can Slothrop Get There in Time? And, in Time for What?." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 51-75. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Gravity's Rainbow, Operation Crossbow, and the Culture of Containment." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 49-58. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years [with the same title] [8-9 June 1998].

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Included Middles and the Trope of the Absent Insight (Review)." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 75-81. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Putting It All Together." Novel [1995] 28 no. 2: 201-203.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Pynchon Anthologized (Review)." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 69-72. Online article.

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. "Review of Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow, edited by Charles Clerc." Modern Fiction Studies [1983] 29 no. 4: 741-744.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Review of Pynchon's Poetics." Modern Fiction Studies [1994] 40 no. 1: 163-164.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Review of Schaub's Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." Journal of American Studies [1982] 16 : 314-315.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Review of Signs and Symptoms: Thomas Pynchon and the Contemporary World by Peter L. Cooper." American Literature [1983] 55 : 664-666.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Starry-Eyed Semiotics: Learning to Read Slothrop's Map and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 5-33. Online article.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Taking Stock: 26 Years Since V. (Over 26 Books on Pynchon!)." Novel [1989] 23 no. 1: 75-88.

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "The Narrative Contract." Narratives of Transmission. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [1992]: 179-202 (197-198).

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

Earl, James W. "Freedom and Knowledge in the Zone." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 229-250.

Earshaw, Steven. "Making the Author Function: The Wives of Thomas Pynchon and Paul de Man." The Direction of Literary Theory. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1996]: 21-35.

Earshaw, Steven. "Well and Truly Fact: Postmodernism and History." The Direction of Literary Theory. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1996]: 59-81.

Earshaw, Steven. "Well and Truly Fact: Postmodernism in History." Postmodern Surroundings. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1994]: 53-71.

Eckhardt, Thomas. "Pynchon and Three Contemporary German Novelists." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 66-77. Online article.

Eddins, Dwight. The Gnostic Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990].

Eddins, Dwight. "Orphic Contra Gnostic: Religious Conflict in Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Language Quarterly [1984] 45 no. 2: 163-190.

Eddins, Dwight. "Paradigms Reclaimed: The Language of Science in Gravity's Rainbow." Markham Review [1983] 12 no. 4: 77-80.

Eddins, Dwight. "Probing the Nihil: Existential Gnosticism in Pynchon's Stories." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 169-195.

Eddins, Dwight. "The Figure in the Carpet Bombing: Pynchon's Patterns of Chaos." Review [1988] no. 10: 155–169.

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.

Edmundson, Mark. "Prophet of a New Postmodernism: The Greater Challenge of Salman Rushdie." Harper's Magazine [December 1989]: 62–71 (62–64, 65).

Edwards, Brian. "Chapter 2. Narcissus at the Edge: The Endlessly Diddling Play of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Theories of Play and Postmodern Fiction. Garland, New York, New York, United States [1998]: 91-139.

Edwards, Brian. "Mixing Media: Film as Metaphor in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." A.J.A.S [1982] 1 no. 3: 1-15.

Edwards, Brian. "Surveying 'America': In the Mnemonick Deep of Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." A.J.A.S [December 2004] 23 no. 2: 2-30.

Edwards, Brian. "Thomas Pynchon's Myth-Making: A Reading of Gravity's Rainbow." American Studies: New Essays from Australia and New Zealand. Ed. Roger J. Bell and Ian J. Bickerton. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association, Kensington, New Zealand [1981]: 26–39.

Eiser, Mary B. and Katherine N. Hayles. "Coloring Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 3-24. Online article.

Eklund, Matthew. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Explicator [2001] 59 no. 4: 216-218.

Elhefnaway, Nader. "A Critical Clue: The Life and Times of Pynchon's Shale Schoenmaker." Notes on Contemporary Literature [2006] 36 no. 3: 4-6.

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. "History." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 123-135.

Elias, Amy J. "Plots, Pelgrimage and the Politics of Genre in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 29-46.

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.

Elias, Amy J. "The Pynchon Intertext of Lemprière's Dictionary." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 28-40. Online article.

Eller, Jonathan R. and William McCarron. "A Plea for Interdisciplinary Study: A Supplement to A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Resources for American Literary Study [1993] 19 no. 1: 94-106.

Eller, Jonathan R. and William McCarron. "Pynchon and Glenn Miller." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 193-195. Online article.

Ellis, Reuben J. "King Ludd Sets Up Shop in the Zone: Narrator as Trickster in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 66-83. Online article.

Elsaesser, Thomas. Weimar Cinema and After: Germany's Historical Imaginary. Routledge, London, United Kingdom [2000]: 161–165, 191–192.

Emery, Jacob. "Notes on Shatsk as a Gogol Figure." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 200-203. Online article.

Engelhardt, Harald and Nina Engelhardt. "The Momentum of Pynchon's Secret Formula: Gravity’s Rainbow’s Second Equation between Archival Sources and Fiction." ORBIT [2018] 6 no. 1. Online article.

Engelhardt, Nina. Modernism, Fiction and Mathematics. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom [June 2018].

Engelhardt, Nina. "1. Mathematics and Politics: Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day." Modernism, Fiction and Mathematics. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom [June 2018].

Engelhardt, Nina. "4. Mathematics and Fiction: Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow." Modernism, Fiction and Mathematics. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom [June 2018].

Engelhardt, Nina. "Gravity in Gravity’s Rainbow: Force, Fictitious Force, and Frame of Reference; or: The Science and Poetry of Sloth." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Engelhardt, Nina. "Mathematics, Reality and Fiction in Pynchon's Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Engelhardt, Nina. "The Role of Mathematics in Modernist Utopia: Imaginary Numbers in Zamyatin's We and Pynchon's Against the Day." Utopianism, Modernism, and Literature in the Twentieth Century. Ed. Alice Reeve-Tucker and Nathan Waddell. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [2013].

Erbe, Marcus. "The Transcription of Electronic Music in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 99-107. Online article.

Esposito, Scott. "New Pynchon Details -- Inherent Vice." Conversational Reading [25 November 2009]. Online article.

Essex, Andrew. "Godzilla Meets Indie Rockers." The New Yorker [24 June-1 July 1996]: 44.

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.

Evans, Jeremiah. "A Pynchon of Salt." Los Angeles Times [28 January 1990]: 12.

Eve, Martin P. Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014].

Eve, Martin P. "1. Theory. Methodology and Pynchon : What Matter Who's Speaking?." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 10-16.

Eve, Martin P. "2. Logical Ethics: Early Wittgenstein and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 17-46.

Eve, Martin P. "3. Therapeutics: Late Wittgenstein and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 47-74.

Eve, Martin P. "4. Enlightenments: Early Foucault and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 75-100.

Eve, Martin P. "5. Whose Line is it Anyway? Late Foucault and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 101-125.

Eve, Martin P. "6. Mass Deception: Adorno' Negative Dialectics and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 127-145.

Eve, Martin P. "7. Art, Society and Ethics: Adorno's Dialectic of Enlightenment, Aesthetic Theory and Pynchon." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 146-172.

Eve, Martin P. "Bibliography." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 199-215.

Eve, Martin P. "Conclusion." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 173-174.

Eve, Martin P. "Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon's 'Peter Pinguid Society'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 242-245. Online article.

Eve, Martin P. "Index." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 216-248.

Eve, Martin P. "It sure's hell looked like war: Terrorism and the Cold War in Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day and Don DeLillo's Underworld." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Eve, Martin P. "Notes." Pynchon and Philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [8 April 2014]: 175-198.

Eve, Martin P. "Pynchon and Witggenstein: Ethics, Relativism and Philosophical Methodology." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 81-104.

Eve, Martin P. "Pynchon Is Here." Berfrois [24 February 2012]. Online article.

Eve, Martin P. "Review of James Gourley, Terrorism and Temporality in the Works of Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo (2013)." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Eve, Martin P. "Thomas Pynchon, David Foster Wallace and the Problems of 'Metamodernism': Post-millennial Post-postmodernism?." C21 Literature [October 2012] 1 no. 1.

Eve, Martin P. and Mark Sussman. ""A Shothand of Stars": From John to Thomas Pynchon." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 2. Online article.

Eve, Martin P. and Simon de Bourcier. "Announcing the Digital Availability of Pynchon Notes." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Factor, TR. The Letters of Wanda Tinasky. Vers Libre, Portland, Oregon, United States [1996].

Factor, TR. "Over the Line." Willamette Week [30 April 1997]: 56.

Fahim, Abeer. "Embodied Vision in Against the Day." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 1. Online article.

Fahy, Joseph. "Thomas Pynchon's V. and Mythology." Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 5-18.

Faraone, Mario. "V.: A Bibliography." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 173-198.

Faraone, Mario. "Chapter Three. Traveling and Spying into Baedeker’s Land: (Re)living and (Re)telling The Great Game, Political Tourism and Other Victorian Intelligence Activities in Thomas Pynchon’s V.." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 53-74.

Fariña, Richard. "The Monterey Fair." Long Time Coming and A Long Time Gone. Random House, New York, New York, United States [1969]: 137-154. Anecdote originally published in Mademoiselle [with the same title] [March 1964].

Fariña, Richard. "The Monterey Fair." Mademoiselle [March 1964].

Farrell, Frank B. "Literary Space in McCarthy and Pynchon, Rushdie and Chaudhuri." Why Does Literature Matter?. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [2004]: 25-47.

Farrell, John C. Paranoid Quest: Psychoanalysis and Modern Suspicion. New York University Press, New York, New York, United States [1996]: 2, 219, 252.

Farrell, John C. "The Romance of the '60s: Self, Community and the Ethical in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 139-156. Online article.

Fedirka, Sarah. "Crossing Boundaries: Social Borders & Alternative Realities in The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 608-623. Online article.

Feeley, Gregory. "Pynchon Reemerges." The Philadelphia Enquirer [27 April 1997]: Q1.

Feeney, Mark. "A Reconsideration: Still Crazy After All These Years." The Boston Globe [17 January 1988]: B11, B13.

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

Feeney, Mark. "Inspired Chaos: A Skyship, 'Anarchism,' and Characters from Robber Baron to Rebel Blaze in the Reflection of Pynchon's Pyrotechnics." The Boston Globe [19 November 2006]: E4.

Feeney, Mark. "Just Like Old Times in the New World." The Boston Globe [7 January 1990]: A15-A16.

Feldman, Burton. "Anatomy of Black Humor." The American Novel Since World War II. Ed. Marcus Klein. Fawcett, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States [1969]: 224-228.

Feldman, Charles. "Where's Thomas Pynchon? CNN tracks down literary world's deliberate enigma." The World Today [5 June 1997]. Online article.

Feldman, Gayle. "Trade News." Publishers' Weekly [30 June 1989]: 73-78 (76).

Feldman, Irving. "Keeping Cool." Commentary [September 1963] no. 36: 258-260.

Ferguson, William. "Good Rock Stars Write Bad Books: Switch from Collaboration to Isolation Their Undoing." Hartford Courant [14 October 2001]: G8.

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.

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

Ferrero, David J. "Echoes of Narcissus: Classical Mythology and Postmodern Pessimism in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 82-96. Online article.

Fialka, Gerry. "A Pynchon Called Wanda." LA Weekly [19-25 January 1996]: 6.

Fiedler, Leslie A. "Literature and Lucre: A Meditation." Genre [Spring 1980] 13 no. 1: 1-10.

Field, Billy. "The Writer Who Came to Chaplin's Place." Black Warrior Review [1989] 15 no. 2: 162–163.

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

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

Fischer, David M. "Vineland." Magill's Literary Annual 1990. Volume 2. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1990]: 844–847.

Fischer, Mike. "The Gathering Storm: Pynchon Cuts a Wide Swath in Masterful WWI-era Epic." The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel [24 November 2006]. Online article.

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 [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3. Online article.

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

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. The Anxiety of Obsolescence: The American Novel in the Age of Television. Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, Tennessee, United States [2006].

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. "The Clockwork Eye: Technology, Woman, and the Decay of the Modern in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 91-107.

FitzPatrick, Martin E. "Indeterminate Ursula and 'Seeing How It Must Have Looked' or, 'The Damned Lemming' and Subjunctive Narrative in Pynchon, Faulkner, O'Brien, and Morrison." Narrative [2002] 10 no. 3: 244-261.

Flaxman, Gregory. "Oedipa Crisis: Paranoia and Prohibition in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 41-60. Online article.

Flay, Catherine. "Conservatism as Radicalism: Family and Antifeminism in Vineland." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 209-224.

Fleischmann, Louisa and Burt Weinshanker. "Pynchon Enters the Zone, or: Almost Lost in Translation." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 54-60. Online article.

Fletcher, M. D. Contemporary Political Satire: Narrative Strategies in the Post-Modern Context. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States [1987]: 113–136, 155–156 and passim.

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.

Fludernik, Monika. "H: The Coordinates of Hope in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." AAA [1989] 14 no. 1: 39-55.

Fludernik, Monika. "Review of Hohmann's Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [1989] 39 no. 1: 118-121.

Fludernik, Monika. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [1989] 39 no. 1: 115-118.

Flusfeder, David. "Chandler in Flares." New Statesman [30 July 2009].

Fogel, Stanley. "'Everybody Must Get Stoned' (:) Reading Thomas Pynchon." The Postmodern University: Essays on the Deconstruction of the Humanities. ECW, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [1988]: 88–105.

Fogel, Stanley. "Gobble, Gobble, Gobble: Critical Appetites." Canadian Review of American Studies [1984] 15 no. 4: 487-496 [495-496].

Fogel, Stanley. "The Investigation: Stanislaw Lem's Pynchonesque Novel." Riverside Quarterly [1982] 7 no. 2: 123–126. Article originally published in Riverside Quarterly [with the same title] [1977] 6 no. 4: 286-289.

Fogel, Stanley. "The Investigation: Stanislaw Lem's Pynchonesque Novel." Riverside Quarterly [1977] 6 no. 4: 286-289.

Fokkema, Aleid. "An Early Postmodern Novel: V.." Postmodern Characters: A Study of Characterization in British and American Postmodern Fiction. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1991]: 83-99.

Foran, Charles. "Adventures in Pynchonland." Montreal Gazette [17 May 1997]: I1.

Forbes, John. "Thomas Pynchon's Ad Hoc Nation, Impressions of Vineland." Scripsi [1990] 6 no. 2: 177-187.

Ford, Matt. "Return of Pynchon, the literary hermit." The First Post [20 November 2006].

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.

Foster, Don. "Chapter 5. Wanda, the Fort Bragg Bag Lady." Author Unknown: On The Trail Of Anonymous. Holt, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 188-220.

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. A Reader's Guide to Gravity's Rainbow. Ardis Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States [1980].

Fowler, Douglas. "Epilepsy as Metaphor in The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1984] 14 no. 2: 10-12.

Fowler, Douglas. "Pynchon's Magic World." South Atlantic Quarterly [Winter 1980] 79 no. 1: 51-60.

Fowler, Douglas. "Story into Chapter: Thomas Pynchon's Transformation of 'Under the Rose'." Journal of Narrative Technique [1984] 14 no. 1: 33-43.

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

Franco, Marie. "Queer Sex, Queer Text: S/M in Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 88-108.

Freeman, John. "Against the Day: Thomas Pynchon's Novel is High-Voltage." The Seattle Times [17 November 2006].

Freeman, John. "An Electrifying Return to Pynchonland Written on a Scale Not Human." The Toronto Star [26 November 2006]: D05.

Freeman, John. "Book review: Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." Dallas Morning News [23 August 2009].

Freeman, John. "Sky's the Limit: Pynchonland comes to Chicago." NewCity Chicago [20 November 2006].

Freeman, John. "Thomas Pynchon." St. Louis Post-Dispatch [19 November 2006].

Freer, Joanna. Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014].

Freer, Joanna. "Bibliography." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 191-202.

Freer, Joanna. "Conclusion: A "Little Parenthesis of Light": Pynchon’s Counterculture." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 157-166.

Freer, Joanna. "Feminism Moderate and Radical in The Crying of Lot 49 and Vineland: Pynchon and the Women’s Movement." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 126-156.

Freer, Joanna. "Index." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 203.

Freer, Joanna. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 1-13.

Freer, Joanna. "Is Pynchon a Feminist?." Berfrois [9 June 2011]. Online article.

Freer, Joanna. "Love, Violence, and Yippie Subversion in Gravity’s Rainbow: Pynchon and the New Left." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 40-64.

Freer, Joanna. "LSD, Leary and the Political Role of Fantasy in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Freer, Joanna. "Notes." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 167-190.

Freer, Joanna. "On the Road to Anti-Structure: V., The Crying of Lot 49 , and the Beats." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 14-39.

Freer, Joanna. "Reading Pynchon's History." Berfrois [4 July 2012]. Online article.

Freer, Joanna. "Review of Pynchon’s Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim’s Guide." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Freer, Joanna. "The Black Panther Party, Revolutionary Suicide, and Gravity’s Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 102-125.

Freer, Joanna. "The Psychedelic Movement, Fantasy, and Anarchism in The Crying of Lot 49 and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon and American Counterculture. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [September 2014]: 65-101.

Freese, Peter. "Chapter 4.10. Thomas Pynchon: The 'Entropies of Lovable but Scatterbrained Mother Nature' as 'an Adequate Metaphor'?." From Apocalypse to Entropy and Beyond: The Second Law of Thermodynamics in Post-War American Fiction. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany [1997]: 410-432.

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. "Lecture 3. Surviving the End: Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon." Surviving the End: Beyond Apocalypse and Entropy in American Literature. Center for Humanistic Studies, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, California, United States [1988]: 34-48.

Freese, Peter. "Surviving the End: Apocalypse, Evolution, and Entropy in Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon." Critique [1996] 36 no. 3: 163-176. Article originally published in Surviving the End: Beyond Apocalypse and Entropy in American Literature as Lecture 3. Surviving the End: Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon [1988]: 34-48.

Freese, Peter. "The Entropic End of the American Dream: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Anglia [1991] 109 no. 1-2: 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.

Freiert, William K. "Classical Myth in Contemporary American Fiction." Classical and Modern Literature [1989] 10 no. 1: 47–61 (56–58).

Frelik, Pawel. "Polysemy of Names in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Lubelskie Materia [1994] no. 18: 47-52.

Fremont-Smith, Eliot. "Nature - Human and Mother." New York [29 April 1974]: 75.

French, Warren. "Review of McConnell's Four Postwar American Novelists." American Literature [January 1978] 49 : 672-674.

French, Warren. "The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon." Western American Literature [Summer 1966] 1 no. 2: 142-143.

Friedbichler, Michael. "Toward a Redeemed Imagination: The Role of Paranoia in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Forms of the American Imagination: Beitrage zur neueren amerikanischen Literatur. Ed. Arno Heller. Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria [1979]: 147-156.

Friedländer, Saul. Reflections of Nazism: An Essay on Kitsch and Death. Harper and Row, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 95.

Friedman, Allen J. "Contemporary American Physics Fiction." American Journal of Physics [1979] 47 no. 5: 392–395.

Friedman, Allen J. "Science and Technology." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 69-102.

Friedman, Allen J. "The Novelist and Modern Physics: New Metaphors for Traditional Themes." Journal of College Science Teaching [1975] 4 no. 5: 310–312 (311).

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Gravity's Rainbow: Science as Metaphor." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 23-35.

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Science as Metaphor: Thomas Pynchon and Gravity's Rainbow." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 69-81.

Friedman, Allen J. and Manfred Pütz. "Science as Metaphor: Thomas Pynchon and Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature [1974] 15 no. 3: 345-359.

Friedman, Bruce Jay. "Foreword." Black Humor: A Unique Anthology Including Works by Pynchon, Knickerbocker, Donleavy [and others]. Ed. Bruce Jay Friedman. Bantam Books, New York, New York, United States [1965]: vii-xi.

Friedman, Bruce Jay. "[no title?]." The Sense of the Sixties. Ed. Paul J. Dolan. The Free Press, New York, New York, United States [1968]: 435-439. Review originally published in Black Humor: A Unique Anthology Including Works by Pynchon, Knickerbocker, Donleavy [and others] as Foreword [1965]: vii-xi.

Friedman, Ellen G. "Where Are the Missing Contents? [Post]Modernism, Gender, and the Canon." PMLA [March 1993] 108 no. 2: 240-252 [240-241].

Friedman, Melvin J. "The Schlemiel: Jew and Non-Jew." Studies in the Literary Imagination [Spring 1976] 9 no. 1: 139-153.

Friedman, Melvin J. "To Make it New: The American Novel Since 1945." The Wilson Quarterly [1978] 2 no. 1: 133-178.

Friendly, Jonathan. "Pynched Prose." Detroit News [17 January 1990]: C5.

Froehlich, Leopold. "Tom Crosses the Line." Playboy [September 1997]: 28.

Frömberg, Wolfgang. "Thomas Pynchon: Niemand filmt Gott." SPEX [December 2001]: 55.

Frost, Garrison. "The Living Ghost." Beach Reporter [24 August 1995]: 2, 20-21.

Frost, Garrison. "Thomas Pynchon and the South Bay." The Aesthetic [s.d.] no. [2003]. Biography originally published in Beach Reporter as The Living Ghost [24 August 1995]: 2, 20-21.

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.

Fry, Donn. "A Genius Among Us - For a While." The Seattle Times [14 January 1990]: L7.

Frye, Northrop. Divisions on a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture. Ed. James Polk. Anansi, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [1982]: 17-18, 186.

Fsadni, Rainier. "Genius Spotted in Strait Street: Locals Love Him." Sunday Times of Malta [7 April 1996]: 33.

Fujihira, Ikuko. "Workshop One: Summary of Discussion [of Cowart's 'Heteroclite Historiography']." 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]: 201-205.

Fuller, Jack. "The Day Before: How Contemporary Authors are Grappling with the Question of Human Survival." The Chicago Tribune [18 November 1984]: Section 10: 30-31, 33-36, 39, 41 (33 and passim).

Fussell, David. "The Politics of Slow Dying: The Affirmative Possibilities in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Anglo-American Studies [1984] 4 no. 1: 15-29.

Fussell, Paul. "IX. Persistence and Memory: The Ritual of Military Memory." The Great War and Modern Memory. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1975]: 310-334 (328-334).

Fussell, Paul. "The Brigadier Remembers." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 213-219. Article originally published in The Great War and Modern Memory as IX. Persistence and Memory: The Ritual of Military Memory [1975]: 310-334 (328-334).

Fussell, Paul. "The Brigadier Remembers." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 213-219. Article originally published in The Great War and Modern Memory as IX. Persistence and Memory: The Ritual of Military Memory [1975]: 310-334 (328-334).

Fussell, Paul. "The Ritual of Military Memory." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 21-27.

Fussell, Paul. "Within the Conventions." Spectator [29 October 1977]: 20-21.

Gaasland, Rolf. "The Barbaric Rhetoric of Thomas Pynchon's V.." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 40-54.

Gaines, Ervin J. "Review of V.." Library Journal [February 1963] 88 : 795-796.

Gale, David. "The Quest for Pynchon." Tatler [December-January 1989-1990]: 188-192.

Gale, David. "There's no Doubting Thomas." The Observer [25 November 2006]: 28. Online article.

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

Galvin, Kevin. "Undercover: Enigmatic Thomas Pynchon May Have a New Book Out Soon." Milwaukee Journal [12 November 1989]: 11E.

Ganter, G.. "Rioting, Textuality and The Crying of Lot 49." Found Object [1993] 1 no. 2: 67-81.

Garc, Luis Miguel. "Metafiction and Social Commitment in V.." Miscel [1993] no. 14: 41-56.

García-Caro, Pedro. After the Nation: Postnational Satire in the Works of Carlos Fuentes and Thomas Pynchon. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, United States [November 2014].

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.

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.

Gardetta, Dave. "Is Thomas Pynchon Wanda Tinasky?." LA Weekly [22-28 December 1995]: 28-30, 32, 34-40.

Gardner, Fred. "The Invisible Person." Anderson Valley Advertiser [31 May 1995]: 5.

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

Gardner, James. "Thomas Pynchon." Washington Times [8 January 1990]: E5.

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

Garner, Dwight. "TBR: Inside the List." New York Times Book Review [10 December 2006]: 30.

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

Gates, David. "The Voices of America: Tuning in to Mr. Folklore." Newsweek [16 July 1990]: 60.

Gates, Henry L. "Canon Confidential: A Sam Slade Caper." New York Times Book Review [25 March 1990]: 36-38.

Gathman, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Austin American-Statesman [19 November 2006].

Gauthier, Marni. "Partial Faiths: Postsecular Fiction in the Age of Pynchon and Morrison." Modern Fiction Studies [Wiinter 2009] 55 no. 4: 845-848.

Gautreau, Justin. ""Clearer Than Real": A History of Mediated Realities in Pynchon's Against the Day." Genre [Summer 2014] 47 no. 2: 141-170.

Gazi, Jeeshan. "On Deleuze and Guattari’s Italian Wedding Fake Book: Pynchon, Improvisation, Social Organisation, and Assemblage." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 2. Online article.

Geary, Robert F. "From Apocalypse to Nostalgia." The World and I [1990] 5 : 436–441.

Gebhardt, Hartwin. "In 1984, Make Love [Not War]: Thomas Pynchon's Vineland - An Alternative History of the USA." Fissions and Fusions: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Cape American Studies Association, 4 July 1996. Ed. Lara Dunwell, Lesley Marx and Loes Nas. University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa [1997]: 115-119.

Geddes, Dan. "Catcher Out of the Rye." Salon [20-24 January 1997].

Geddes, Dan. "Pynchon's Vineland: The War On Drugs and the Coming American Police-State." The Satirist [September 2003]. Online article.

Geddes, Dan. "The Crying over Lot 49 of Thomas Pynchon's Letters." Salon [10 March 1998].

Geeslin, Campbell. "Review of Slow Learner." People [14 May 1984]: 11.

Gelfant, Blanche. "Sister to Faust: The City's 'Hungry Woman' as Heroine." Novel [1981] 15 no. 1: 23-38.

Gemperlein, Joyce. "Small-Town Paper Makes Good Deal of Noise." San Jose Mercury News [30 June 1996]: 14-18.

Gentry, Curt. "The Quest for the Female Named V: Review of V.." San Francisco Sunday Chronicle [19 May 1963]: 17.

George, Nadine F. "The Chymische Hochzeit of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 5-22. Online article. Article originally presented during Comparative Literature Conference: University of Texas at Arlington [with the same title] [April 1975].

Gerber, Eric. "Pynchon's Magical Mystery Tour." Houston Post [28 January 1990]: E6.

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

Gessen, Keith. "Thomas Pynchon vs. The World." New York Magazine [22 November 2006]: 92. Online article.

Geyh, Paula E. "Assembling Postmodernism: Experience, Meaning, and the Space In-Between." College Literature [2003] 30 no. 2: 1-27 [passim].

Ghosh, Shubha. "Casting Light on Originalism: Introduction to Thomas Pynchon and the Law." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 431-438. Online article.

Ghosh, Shubha. "Thomas Pynchon and the Law." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3.

Gibb, Robert. "Ideas of Order: The Shapes of Art in The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of Modern Literature [1990] 17 no. 1: 97–116.

Gibbs, Rodney. "A Portrait of the Luddite as a Young Man." Denver Quarterly [2004] 39 no. 1: 35-42.

Gilbert, Sandra M. and Susan Gubar. No Man's Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 230–231, 335.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty." Immanence and Contradiction: Recent Essays on the Artistic Device. Out of London Books, New York, New York, United States [1985]: 86-150.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 1." October [1976] no. 1: 65-85.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 2." October [1976] no. 2: 71-90.

Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and John Johnston. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Spiral Jetty: Part 3." October [1976] no. 3: 90-102.

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.

Gilmore, Timothy. "'How pleasant to watch Nothing': Narrativity and Desire in V.." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

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

Glazek, Christopher. "The Pynchon Hoax." The New Yorker [3 August 2009]. Online article.

Gleason, William. "The Postmodern Labyrinths of Lot 49." Critique [1993] 34 no. 2: 83-99.

Glicksberg, Charles I. "Experimental Fiction: Innovation Versus Form." Centennial Review [1974] 18 no. 2: 127-150.

Gloege, Martin E. "The American Origins of the Postmodern Self." Constructions of the Self. Ed. George Levine. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States [1992]: 59-80 [passim].

Glover, Douglas. "Mytho-delirium." Books in Canada [1990] no. 19: 43-44.

Gochenour, Phillip H. "Anarchist Miracles: Distributed Communities, Nodal Subjects and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 40-52. Online article.

Gochenour, Phillip H. "The History Written on the Body: Photography, History and Memory in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 169-180. Online article.

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

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

Gold, Arthur R. "Like a Yo-Yo, Spinning Through a Dehumanized Age." New York Herald Tribune Books [21 April 1963]: 3.

Golden, Robert E. "Mass Man and Modernism: Violence in Pynchon's V.." Critique [1972] 14 no. 2: 5-17.

Goldstein, Laurence. "Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Flying Machine and Modern Literature. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1986]: 180-185.

Gonzalez, Ariel. "Heapin' helpin': Thomas Pynchon's 1,000-Page Novel Serves up Multiple Narratives, Wacky Humor and Highbrow Ideas ." The Miami Herald [3 December 2006].

Good, Alex. "How the straights won." The Toronto Star [2 August 2009]. Online article.

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

Goolrick, Robert C. "Pieces of Pynchon." New Times [16 October 1978]: 58-70.

Gordon, Andrew. "Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir." The Portable Sixties Reader. Ed. Ann Charters. Penguin Books, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 228-238. Biography originally published in The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel [with the same title] [1994]: 167-178.

Gordon, Andrew. "Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 167-178.

Gossell, Christoph and Dirk Vanderbeke. "A V and a Naught Spell Infinity." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 76-82. Online article.

Gottlieb, Alan. "Vineland Satirizes Reagan Era with Slashing Wit." The Denver Post [4 February 1990]: G1.

Grace, Sherill E. Regression and Apocalypse: Studies in North American Literary Expressionism. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [1989]: 240-245.

Grace, Sherill E. The Voyage that Never Ends: Malcolm Lowry's Fiction. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada [1982]: 121-122.

Grace, Sherill E. "Critical Paradigms of Contemporary American Literature." Canadian Review of American Studies [1985] 16 no. 4: 483-489 [487-488].

Grace, Sherill E. "Fritz Lang and the 'Paracinematic Lives' of Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Fiction Studies [1984] 29 no. 4: 655-670.

Grace, Sherill E. "Wastelands and Badlands: The Legacies of Pynchon and Kroetsch." Mosaic [1981] 14 no. 2: 21–34.

Granofsky, Ronald. The Trauma Novel: Contemporary Symbolic Depictions of Collective Disaster. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1995]: 162–170.

Grant, James K. A Companion to V.. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2001].

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].

Grant, James K. "Introduction." A Companion to V.. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2001]: ix.

Grant, James K. "Not Quite So Crazy After All These Years: Pynchon's Creative Engineer." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 43-53. Online article.

Grant, Richard. "Bright Lights Fade Fast: The Beat Influences of Thomas Pynchon's V.." Journal x [2000-2001] 5 no. 1-2: 125-137.

Grant, Richard. "Digging Pynchon." Science Fiction Eye [1991] no. 8: 85-89.

Graves, Lila V. "Love and the Western World of Pynchon's V.." South Atlantic Review [1982] 47 no. 1: 62-73.

Gray, Edward. "Review of Mason & Dixon." William and Mary Quarterly [1997] 54 no. 4: 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.

Gray, Paul. "Openers." Time [23 April 1984].

Gray, Paul. "Rooms of Their Own." Time [18 October 1993]: 86-87 [86].

Gray, Paul. "Shadowy Presence." Time [15 January 1990]: 70.

Gray, Paul. "The Spores of Paranoia." Time [15 January 1990]: 69-70.

Green, Geoffrey and Donald J. Greiner. Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2.

Green, Geoffrey. "Introduction." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: vii-ix.

Green, Martin B. "Personal Relations and Public Themes." Commonweal [11 May 1979]: 266-267.

Green, Martin B. "The Crying of Lot 49: Pynchon's Heart of Darkness." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 30-38. Online article.

Greenberg, Alvin. "The Underground Woman: An Excursion into the V-ness of Thomas Pynchon." Chelsea [1969] no. 27: 58-65.

Greif, Mark. "Thomas Pynchon and Technology." The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933–1973. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [2015]: 227-252.

Greiner, Donald J. "Fiction as History, History as Fiction: The Reader and Thomas Pynchon's V.." The South Carolina Review [1977] 10 no. 1: 4-18.

Greiner, Donald J. "Pynchon, Hawkes, and Updike: Readers and the Paradox of Accessibility." The South Carolina Review [1983] 16 no. 1: 45-51.

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.

Grgas, Stipe. "Chapter Four. Re-Reading V. in the Emergency of the Crisis." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 75-93.

Grgas, Stipe. "Thomas Pynchon in the Maze." Cross-Cultural Studies: American, Canadian and European Literatures: 1945–1985. Ed. Mirko Jurak. Edvard Kardelj Uniniversity, Ljubljana, Slovenia [1988]: 215-221.

Griffiths, Alan. "Pynchon and the Modern Novel: An Interview with Frank Kermode; intro by Biddy O'Connor." Granta. Granta Publications, London, United Kingdom [May Week 1976]: 4-5, 7.

Grim, William E. "'Der Mondstrahl ist das Ruder': The Symbolic Presence of Pierrot Lunaire and Verklärte Nacht in Gravity's Rainbow." Yearbook of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Fine Arts [1989] 1 : 213-223.

Grim, William E. "'Good-bye, Columbus': Postmodernist Satire in Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 154-160.

Grim, William E. "Chapter 5. The Faustian Connection in Gravity's Rainbow." The Faust Legend in Music and Literature. Vol. 2. E. Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York, United States [1992]: 61-84.

Grimes, Martin. "Tackling Popular Misconceptions." The Herald. The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom [24 October 1992]: 6.

Grobel, Lawrence. "Playboy Interview: Saul Bellow." Playboy [May 1997]: 59-60, 62-64, 66, 68, 166-70 [68].

Grossman, David. "Science, Fiction, and Pynchon: Three Great Tastes That Go Together?." i09.com [2 January 2010]. Online article.

Gruic-Grmusa, Lovorka. "The Underworld and Its Forces: Croatia, the Uskoks and Their Fight for Autonomy in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 263-290.

Guerin, Christopher. "Viceland." PopMatters.com [7 August 2009]. Online article.

Guetti, James. Word-Music: The Aesthetic Aspect of Narrative Fiction. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States [1980]: 93–107.

Guetti, James. "Aggressive Reading: Detective Fiction and Realistic Narrative." Raritan [1982] 2 no. 1: 133-154 [151-153].

Guillen, Matthew. "Pynchon's Social Aesthetics: Sixties Activism in PostModern American Literature." Revue française d'études américaines [2000] no. 84: 106-125.

Gussow, Mel. "Pynchon's Letters Nudge His Mask." New York Times [4 March 1998]: E1, E8.

Gussow, Mel. "The Morgan Curtails Access to a Trove of Pynchon Letters." New York Times [21 March 1998]: B7.

Guttridge, Peter. "And More Anon." The Times [24 January 1990]: 18.

Guzlowski, John Z. "Hollow Gestures and Empty Words: Inconsequential Action and Dialogue in Recent American Novels." Markham Review [Winter 1983] 12 no. 2: 21-26.

Guzlowski, John Z. "Masks and Maskings in Hawkes, Gaddis, Barth, and Pynchon." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology [1983] 4 no. 3-4: 215-227.

Guzlowski, John Z. "No More Sea Changes: Four American Novelsists' Responses to the Sea." Literature and Lore of the Sea. Ed. Patricia Ann Carlson. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1986]: 232-243. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction as No More Sea Changes: Hawkes, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Barth [1981] 23 no. 2: 48-60 [51-53].

Guzlowski, John Z. "No More Sea Changes: Hawkes, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Barth." Critique [1981] 23 no. 2: 48-60 [51-53].

Guzlowski, John Z. "Review of Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." Modern Fiction Studies [Summer 1982] 28 : 310-311.

Guzlowski, John Z. "The Crying of Lot 49 and The Shadow." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 61-65. Online article.

Hackett, Jon. "Freedom, Force and Space: Pynchon's Politics of Aether." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 28-37. Online article.

Hackett, Jon. "Scattered all over the Zone: Pynchon's Nomadology." Actual/Virtual [Autumn 2009] no. 10.

Haferkamp, Leyla. "'Particle or Wave?': The 'Function' of the Prairie in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 307-322.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of Mason & Dixon." World Literature Today [1997] 71 no. 4: 788-789.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." World Literature Today [1980] 54 no. 1: 111-112.

Hagen, W. M. "Review of Vineland." World Literature Today [1991] 65 no. 1: 115-116.

Hagen, W. M. "Reviewed Work: Four Postwar American Novelists: Bellow, Mailer, Barth and Pynchon by Frank D. McConnell." World Literature Today [Spring 1978] 52 no. 2: 289-290.

Hägg, Samuli. Narratologies of Gravity's Rainbow. University of Joensuu Publications, Joensuu, Finland [2005].

Hall, Chris. "'Behind the hieroglyphic streets': Pynchon's Oedipa Maas and the Dialectics of Reading." Critique [1991] 33 no. 1: 63-77.

Hall, James. "The New Pleasures of the Imagination." The Virginia Quarterly Review [1970] no. 46: 596-612.

Hallberg, Garth Risk. "Hard-Boiled or Half-Baked? A Review of Pynchon's Inherent Vice." The Millions [31 August 2009]. Online article.

Halpern, Richard. "The Academy as a Cultural Center?." The American Book Review [1994] 16 no. 1: 24.

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

Hammill, John H. "Confronting the Monolith: Authority and the Cold War in Gravity's Rainbow." Journal of American Studies [1999] 33 no. 3: 417-436.

Hammill, John H. "Looking Back on Sodom: Sixties Sadomasochism in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1999] 41 no. 1: 53-70.

Hanak, M. J. "A Few Glosses to Hitherto Unidentified Terms in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1990] 20 no. 5: 2-3.

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.

Hänggi , Christian. "The Pynchon Playlist: A Catalog and Its Analysis." ORBIT [2018] 6 no. 1. Online article.

Hans, James S. "Emptiness and Plenitude in Bartleby the Scrivener and The Crying of Lot 49." Essays in Literature [1995] 23 no. 2: 285-299.

Hans, James S. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Literature of Renewal." Essays in Literature [1988] 15 no. 2: 267-284.

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 [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 589-608. Online article.

Harder, Kelsie B. "Names in Thomas Pynchon's V. ." Literary Onomastics Studies [1978] 5 : 64-80.

Harmon, William. "'Ant-Fiction' in American Humor." The Comic Imagination in American Literature. Ed. Louis D. Rubin. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States [1973]: 373-383.

Harmon, William. "Review of Schaub (1981)." Southern Humanities Review [1983] 17 : 379-381.

Harneit-Sievers, Axel. "Review of Das Schwarzkommando." International Journal of African Historical Studies [1997] 30 no. 1: 222-224.

Harrington, John P. "Pynchon, Beckett, and Entropy: Uses of Metaphor." The Missouri Review [1982] 5 no. 3: 129-138.

Harris, Charles B. "Death and Absurdity: Thomas Pynchon and the Entropic Vision." Contemporary American Novelists of the Absurd. College and University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [1971]: 76-99.

Harris, Michael. "An Automorphic Reading of Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day (Interrupted by Elliptical Reflections on Mason & Dixon)." Mathematics without Apologies: Portrait of a Problematic Vocation. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [2015]: 128-138.

Harris, Michael. "Mr. Pynchon Goes to Iowa: The Search for Community in the Later Novels." ORBIT [2018] 6 no. 1. Online article.

Harris, Michael. "Pynchon and Race: V. Reconsidered." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Harris, Michael. "Pynchon's Postcoloniality." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 199-214.

Harris, Michael. "The Tao of Thomas Pynchon." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 213-230.

Harris, Michael. "To Historicize Is to Colonize: Colonialism in V. and Gravity's Rainbow." 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]: 99-105.

Hartman, Carl. "The Fellowship of the Roles." Contact [July 1963] 4 : 73-75.

Hartman, Geoffrey H. "Literature High and Low: The Case of the Mystery Story." The Fate of Reading and Other Essais. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1975]: 203-222.

Hartnett, Michael. "A High School Record for Disturbing the Peace." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 115-120. Online article.

Hartnett, Michael. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Confrontation [1997] no. 62-63: 361-363.

Hartnett, Michael. "Thomas Pynchon's Long Island Years." Confrontation [1985] no. 30-31: 44-48.

Harvey , Lawrence Russell. "To Cry from Within or Without: Pynchon and the Modern- Postmodern Divide." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Hashhozheva, Galena. "The Mittelwerke: Site - Para-Site - Non-Site." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 137-153. Online article.

Haskell, John. "Pynchon Me, I'm Dreaming: A Sprawling, Overstuffed New Novel Brings us Anarchy in the U.S.A.." The Village Voice [5 December 2006]. Online article.

Hassan, Ihab. Contemporary American Literature, 1945-1972: An Introduction. Ungar, New York, New York, United States [1973]: 56, 81, 84-85, 171.

Hassan, Ihab. "The Futility Corner." Saturday Review [23 March 1963]: 44.

Hassan, Waïl. "This is Not a Novel: The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 86-98. Online article.

Hathaway, Baxter. "Hathaway Recalls Cornell Writers of the '50s." Cornell Daily Sun [5 May 1978]: 31, 38.

Hauck, Richard Boyd. A Cheerful Nihilism: Confidence and 'The Absurd' in American Humorous Fiction. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1971]: 11, 237, 242-224.

Hauptfleisch, Gordon. "Book Review: Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." BlogCritics [20 July 2009]. Online article.

Hausdorff, Donald. "Thomas Pynchon's Multiple Absurdities." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature [Autumn 1966] 7 no. 3: 258-269.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "'Hi! My Name Is Arnold Snarb!': Homosexuality in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 65-81. Online article.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "A 'Hermaphrodite Sort of Deity': Sexuality, Gender, and Gender Blending in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Studies in the Novel [1997] 29 no. 1: 74-93.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Homoerotic Bonding as Escape from Heterosexual Responsibility in Pynchon's Slow Learner." Style [2000] 34 no. 3: 512-529. Online article.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Imaginary Locales in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 77-90. Online article.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "Pynchon's Early Labyrinths." College Literature [1998] 25 no. 2: 78-93.

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.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 14-30. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 77-91.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 217-233. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 77-91.

Hayles, Katherine N. "'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland." Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 77-91.

Hayles, Katherine N. "Chapter 6. Caught in the Web: Cosmology and the Point of (No) Return in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Cosmic Web: Scientific Field Models and Literary Strategies in the Twentieth Century. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1984]: 168-197.

Hayles, Katherine N. "Cosmology and the Point of (No) Return in Gravity's Rainbow." The Markham Review [1983] 12 no. 4: 73-77.

Hayles, Katherine N. "Fractured Mandala: The Inescapable Ambiguities of Gravity's Rainbow. Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 129-132. Online article.

Haynes, Doug . ""Allons Enfants!": Pynchon's Pornographies." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 69-87.

Haynes, Doug . ""Gravity rushes through him": Volk and Fetish in Pynchon's Rilke." Modern Fiction Studies [Summer 2012] 58 no. 2: 308-333.

Haynes, Doug . "Gravity’s Rainbow, Domination and Freedom by Luc Herman, Steven Weisenburger." Modern Fiction Studies [Spring 2016] 62 no. 1: 164-167.

Haynes, Doug . "Under the Beach, the Paving-Stones! The Fate of Fordism in Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Critique [Fall 2014] 55 no. 1: 1-16.

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

Hays, Peter L. "Pynchon's Entropy: A Russian Connection." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 78-82. Online article.

Hays, Peter L. and Robert Redfield. "Fugues as a Structure in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Pacific Coast Philology [1977] 12 : 50-55.

Hays, Peter L. and Robert Redfield. "Pynchon's Spanish Source for 'Entropy'." Studies in Short Fiction [1979] 16 no. 4: 327-334.

Heinrich , Maximilian . "Roads Not Taken: Historical Crossroads and Ideology in Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Heise, Ursula B. "Δt: Time's Assembly in Gravity's Rainbow." Chronoschisms: Time, Narrative and Postmodernism. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [1997]: 179-218.

Heise, Ursula B. "Gravity's Rainbow (Thomas Pynchon, 1973)." The Novel, Volume 2: Forms and Themes. Ed. Franco Moretti. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [2006]: 926-932.

Held, George. "Men on the Moon: American Novelists Explore Lunar Space." Michigan Quarterly Review [Spring 1979] 18 no. 2: 318-342.

Hellmann, David. "Pynchon Throws Down the Gauntlet: Peripatetic Text won't be for Everyone, but has Rewards for those who Brave its Wildernesses." San Francisco Chronicle [10 December 2006]. Online article.

Helterman, Jeffrey. Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow: A Critical Commentary. Monarch, New York, New York, United States [1976].

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

Henderson, Harry B. Versions of the Past: The Historical Imagination in American Fiction. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1974]: 277-285.

Hendin, Josephine. "Experimental Fiction." Harvard Guide to Contemporary American Writing. Ed. Daniel Hoffman. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [1979]: 240-286.

Hendin, Josephine. "Thomas Pynchon and Western Man." Vulnerable People [1978]: 191-209.

Hendin, Josephine. "What Is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 42-50. Article originally published in Harper's Magazine [with the same title] [March 1975] no. 3: 82-90.

Hendin, Josephine. "What is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 37-46. Article originally published in Harper's Magazine [with the same title] [March 1975] no. 3: 82-90.

Hendin, Josephine. "What is Thomas Pynchon Telling Us?." Harper's Magazine [March 1975] no. 3: 82-90.

Henkle, Roger B. "Pynchon's Tapestries on the Western Wall." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]. Article originally published in Modern Fiction Studies [with the same title] [1971] 17 no. 2: 207-220.

Henkle, Roger B. "Pynchon's Tapestries on the Western Wall." Modern Fiction Studies [1971] 17 no. 2: 207-220.

Henkle, Roger B. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater, and Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark Richard Siegel." Modern Fiction Studies [1979] 25 no. 2: 340-342.

Henkle, Roger B. "The Morning and the Evening Funnies: Comedy in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 273-290.

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

Henson, Nicholas. "California Traverses: Lines of Resistance in Pynchon's Vineland and Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 43-62.

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 and Bart Vervaeck. "Narrative Interest as Cultural Negotiation." Narrative [2009] 17 no. 1: 111-129.

Herman, Luc and Bruno F. Arich-Gerz. "Hyperfiction, the Pyndustry, and Luhmann's Systems Theory." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik [2006] 54 no. 3: 299-311.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "Chapter One. Monkey Business: The Chapter “Millennium” Removed from an Early Version of V.." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 13-30.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "Fast Learner: The V. Typescript at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin." Texas Studies in Literature and Language [Spring 2007] 49 no. 1: 1-20.

Herman, Luc and John M. Krafft. "From the Ground Up: The Evolution of the South-West Africa Chapter in Pynchon's V.." Contemporary Literature [Summer 2006] 47 no. 2: 261-288.

Herman, Luc and Petrus van Ewijk. "Gravity's Encyclopedia Revisited : The Illusion of a Totalizing System in Gravity's Rainbow." English Studies [2009] 90 no. 2: 167-179.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013].

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "'Too Late': (A Conclusion)." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 215-221.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "'What's Free?': (An Introduction)." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 1-18.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Acknowledgements." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: vii-viii.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Brown's Polymorphous Perversity and Marcuse's Repressive Tolerance." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 42-50.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Controlling Slothrop." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 92-105.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Fromm and the Neo-Freudian Library." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 24-33.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Index." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 247-258.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Liberating Narration." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 159-175.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Marcuse: (No) Chances for Freedom in Advanced Industrial Society." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 34-41.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Notes." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 223-246.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "The Law and the Liberation of Fantasy." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 72-81.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "The Logic of the Camp." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 128-150.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Total Assault on the Culture." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 51-71.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Tyrone Slothrop's 'Fuck You'." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 199-213.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "War is a Cartel Project." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 106-113.

Herman, Luc and Steven C. Weisenburger. "Working for the Nazis." Gravity's Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 December 2013]: 114-127.

Herman, Luc. "'Approach and Avoid': Introduction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 9-13. Online article. Editorial originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years as Opening Remarks [8-9 June 1998].

Herman, Luc. "Antwerp and the Representation of the Holocaust in Gravity's Rainbow." 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]: 106-113.

Herman, Luc. "Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 1-342.

Herman, Luc. "Briefing, from Hell, for a Descent into Germany: Father Rapier in Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon." Sans Everything: Essays on English Literature, Philosophy and Culture in Honour of Guido Kums and Hugo Roeffaers. Ed. Elisabeth Bekers and Denis Conlon. Acco, Leuven, Belgium [2004]: 81-87.

Herman, Luc. "Early Pynchon." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 19-29.

Herman, Luc. "Enzian's Meditation on Technology in Gravity's Rainbow." Rivista di studi anglo-americani [1994] 10 no. 8: 556-562.

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon Is Not a Narratologist." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 261-267. Online article.

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon's Appeal to the Canon in the Final Version of V.." Reading Without Maps? Cultural Landmarks in a Post-Canonical Age: A Tribute to Gilbert De Busscher. Ed. Christophe Den Tandt. Peter Lang, Bern, Switserland [2005]: 291-303.

Herman, Luc. "Pynchon, Postmodernism and Quantification: An Empirical Content Analysis of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Language and Literature [2003]: 27-41. Online article.

Herman, Luc. "Storyworld and Historiographic Metafiction: Belgium in Against the Day." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 173-192.

Herman, Luc. "Thomas Pynchon." Routledge Encyclopedia of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2001]: 324-325.

Hertzberg, Hendrick and David C. McClelland. "Paranoia." Harper's Magazine [June 1974]: 51-54, 59-60.

Herzberg, Bruce I. "Bibliography." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 265-269. Bibliography originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal as Selected Articles on Thomas Pynchon: An Annotated Bibliography [1975] 21 no. 2: 221-225.

Herzberg, Bruce I. "Breakfast, Death, Feedback: Thomas Pynchon and the Technologies of Interpretation." Bucknell Review [1983] 27 no. 2: 81-95.

Herzberg, Bruce I. "Selected Articles on Thomas Pynchon: An Annotated Bibliography." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 221-225.

Herzogenrath, Bernd. "A Possible Source for the Name Oedipa Maas." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 107-109. Online article.

Herzogenrath, Bernd. "Review of Lesen--Beobachten." Amerikastudien [2004] 49 no. 3: 443-444.

Hess, John Joseph. "Music in Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Hickling, Alfred. "Review of Against the Day." The Guardian [13 October 2007]: 19.

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.

Hill, Hamlin. "Black Humor and the Mass Audience." American Humor: Essays Presented to John C. Gerber. Ed. O. M. Brack. Arete, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States [1977]: 1–11 (5, 7).

Hill, Robert R. "Between Hammerfall and Hammerstroke: Review of In a Dark Time." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 192-193. Online article.

Hill, Robert R. "Decoding Community in Pynchon's Vineland: Problematic Definitions for Readers and Characters." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 197-217. Online article.

Hill, Robert R. "Rationalizing Community: Victims, Institutions and Analogies for America in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53. Online article.

Hills, Rust. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Esquire [September 1973]: 10, 28.

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 [Winter 1998-1999] no. 8. Online article.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Sari, Sorry, and the Vortex of History: Calendar Reform, Anachronism, and Language Change in Mason & Dixon." American Literary History [2000] 12 no. 1-2: 187-215.

Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Visible Tracks: Historical Method and Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." College Literature [1992] 19 no. 1: 91-103.

Hipkiss, Robert A. "The Transcendental Quest Through Three Novels." The American Absurd: Pynchon, Vonnegut, and Barth. Associated Faculty Press, Port Washington, New York, United States [1984]: 9-40.

Hitchens, Christopher. "American Notes." Times Literary Supplement [12 July 1985]: 772.

Hite, Molly P. Ideas of Order in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Ohio University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983].

Hite, Molly P. "'Holy Center-Approaching' in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Journal of Narrative Technique [1982] 12 no. 2: 121-129.

Hite, Molly P. "Feminist Theory and the Politics of Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 135-153.

Hite, Molly P. "Influences, Parallels, Filiations (Review)." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 57-62. Online article.

Hite, Molly P. "Positioning Postmodernism." Novel [1990] 23 no. 3: 324-327.

Hite, Molly P. "Postmodern Fiction." The Columbia History of the American Novel. Ed. Emory Elliott. Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States [1991]: 697–725 [716–19 and passim].

Hite, Molly P. "Pynchon's Center of Gravity." The Markham Review [1983] 12 no. 4: 71-73.

Hite, Molly P. "Reading the Value System of Gravity's Rainbow with Marcuse, Freud, and the Yippies." 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]: 39–45.

Hite, Molly P. "Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Modern Fiction Studies [1989] 35 no. 2: 305-306.

Hite, Molly P. "Review of Clerc (1983)." Studies in American Fiction [1985] 13 : 111-112.

Hite, Molly P. "Review of Cooper (1983)." Substance [1985] no. 44/45: 32-34.

Hite, Molly P. "Thomas Pynchon (1937- )." Contemporary Authors. Ed. Deborah A. Straub. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1988] 22 : 374-378.

Hite, Molly P. "When Pynchon was a Boys' Club: V, and Midcentury Mystifications of Gender." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 3-18.

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.

Hock, Stephen G. B. "Maybe He'd Have to Just Keep Driving, or Pynchon on the Freeway." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 201-220.

Hoffert, Barbara. "On the Edge with Thomas Pynchon." Library Journal [19 August 2013]. Online article.

Hoffman, Frederick J. "The Questing Comedian: Thomas Pynchon's V.." Critique [Winter 1963-1964] 6 no. 3: 174-177.

Hoffman, Gerhard. "Philosophy and Fiction in the Postmodern American Novel." Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [1997] 13 : 347–385 (passim).

Hoffman, Gerhard. "Play, Irony, and Comedy as Constituents of the Postmodern Aesthetic Imagination." Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany [1989]: 120-168 [158-161 and passim].

Hoffman, Gerhard. "Social Criticism and the Deformation of Man: Satire, the Grotesque and Comic Nihilism in the Modern and Postmodern American Novel." Amerikastudien [1983] 28 : 141-203 [169, 179-82 and passim].

Hoffman, Gerhard. "The Fantastic in Fiction: Its 'Reality' Status, Its Historical Development and Its Transformation in Postmodern Narration." Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [1982]: 267-364 [passim].

Hoffman, Gerhard. "The Foregrounded Situation: New Narrative Strategies in Postmodern American Fiction." The American Identity: Fusion and Fragmentation. Ed. Rob Kroes. Amerika Instituut, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1980]: 289-344 [326-338 and passim].

Hoffman, Todd A. and Umberto Rossi. "Book Reviews." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Hohmann, Charles. Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow: A Study of its Conceptual Structure and of Rilke's Influence. Peter Lang, Bern, Switserland [May 1987].

Holdstock , Nick . "'You can't always blame zombies for their condition': Utopian Escapes in Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Holdsworth, Carole A. "'Celestina' Times Two and 'Entropy'." Celestinesca [1989] no. 13: 53-57.

Holdsworth, Carole A. "Cervantine Echoes in Early Pynchon." Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America. [1988] 8 no. 1: 47-53. Online article.

Holdsworth, Carole A. "Dulcinea and Pynchon's V.." Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America. [1999] 19 no. 1: 27-39. Online article.

Holdsworth, Carole A. "Fateful Labyrinths: La vida es sueno and The Crying of Lot 49." The Comparatist [1983] no. 7: 57-74.

Holdsworth, Carole A. "Two Failed Scientists: Tiempo de silencio's Pedro and Pynchon's Pointsman." Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos [1993] no. 2: 53-64.

Hollander, Charles. "Abrams Remembers Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 179-180. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Jokes and Puns in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 204-207. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon's Indicative Meaning: Onomatomania/Onomatophobia? Or, None of the Above." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 17-42.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon's Inferno." Cornell Alumni News [November 1978]: 24-30. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon's Juvenilia and Against the Day: The Child is Döppelgänger To the Father." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 38-55. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon's Politics: The Presence of an Absence." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 5-59. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Pynchon, JFK and the CIA: Magic Eye Views of The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 61-106. Online article.

Hollander, Charles. "Right On, Ron!." New York Observer [28 April 1997]: 4.

Hollander, Charles. "Where's Wanda? The Case of the Bag Lady and Thomas Pynchon." Critique [1997] 38 no. 2: 145-159.

Hollander, Charles. "Where's Wanda?." New York Press [23-29 August 1995]: 1, 18-20.

Hollingshead, Gregg. "Let Pynchon Be Pynchon." The Globe and Mail [2 December 2006]: D6.

Holmes, John R. "'A Hand to Turn the Time': History as Film in Gravity's Rainbow." Cithara [1983] 23 no. 1: 5-16.

Holsberry, Carmen W. "Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Pynchon: Modernism and Postmodernism in Secondary School." English Journal [February 1981] 70 no. 2: 25-30.

Holt, David and Melvin Ulm. "The Zone and the Real: Philosophical Themes in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 27-43. Online article.

Holton, Robert. "'Closed circuit': The White Male Predicament in Pynchon's Early Stories." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 37-50.

Holton, Robert. "Chapter Seven. V.: In the Rathouse of History with Thomas Pynchon." Jarring Witnesses: Modern Fiction and the Representation of History. Harvester, New York, New York, United States [1994]: 324-344. Article originally published in Textual Practice as In the Rathouse of History with Thomas Pynchon: Rereading V. [1988] 2 no. 3: 324-344.

Holton, Robert. "In the Rathouse of History with Thomas Pynchon: Rereading V.." Textual Practice [1988] 2 no. 3: 324-344.

Holton, Robert. "Lines of Enclosure and Escape in Pynchon's Early Short Fiction." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 163-181.

Holton, Robert. "National Fantasies: Review of Melley's Empire of Conspiracy." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 225-228. Online article.

Holton, Robert. "Real Imaginary Lines in 'The Secret Integration'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 5-18. Online article.

Holton, Robert. "Useless Lumpens in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 114-126. Online article.

Homberger, Eric. "Civility at Bay." Times Literary Supplement [30 May 1980]: 622.

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. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon: Pynchon lays on the drugs, sex and violence in latest ramble." Pittsburg Post-Gazette [2 August 2009]. Online article.

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.

Horvath, Brooke K. "Letter to the Editors in Response to Deborah L. Madsen's Narratives of the Visto." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 183-184. Online article.

Horvath, Brooke K. "Linguistic Distancing in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 5-23. Online article.

Horvath, Brooke K. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." American Literature [1987] 59 no. 4: 690-691.

Horvath, Brooke K. "Review of Understanding Thomas Pynchon [and others]." Modern Fiction Studies [1987] 33 no. 2: 333-337 [336-337].

Horvath, Brooke K. "Safer or Sorrier? Review of The Contemporary American Comic Epic." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 137-143. Online article.

Howard, Gerald. "Pynchon From A to V." Bookforum [Summer 2005]: 29–34, 36–40. Online article.

Howard, Jeffrey. "The Anarchist Miracle and Magic in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 166-184. Online article.

Howe, Darcy E. "The Power of Love in Chimera and V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 165-171. Online article.

Howe, Sean. "Book Review: Inherent Vice." Entertainment Weekly [28 July 2009]. Online 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 and Thomas J. Knight. "Orpheus and the Orphic Voice in Gravity's Rainbow." Philological Quarterly [Summer 1985] 64 no. 3: 299-315.

Hume, Kathryn and Thomas J. Knight. "Pynchon's Orchestration of Gravity's Rainbow." Journal of English and Germanic philology [1986] 85 no. 3: 366-385.

Hume, Kathryn. Pynchon's Mythography: An Approach to Gravity's Rainbow. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1987].

Hume, Kathryn. "Attenuated Realities: Pynchon's Trajectory from V. to Inherent Vice." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Hume, Kathryn. "Gravity's Rainbow: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Mythology." Intersections: Fantasy and Science Fiction. Ed. Eric S. Rabkin and George E. Slusser. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1987]: 190-200.

Hume, Kathryn. "Interfaces, Transitions, and Moiré: Review of The Style of Connectedness." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 116-117. Online article.

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.

Hume, Kathryn. "Occupy Pynchon: Politics after Gravity’s Rainbow, Sean Carswell, Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2017. x + 203pp." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 2. Online article.

Hume, Kathryn. "Pynchon's Mythological Histories." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 131-144.

Hume, Kathryn. "Repetition and the Construction of Character in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1993] 34 no. 4: 243-254.

Hume, Kathryn. "Rev. of Abbas, ed., Thomas Pynchon." Studies in the Novel [2005] 37 no. 1.

Hume, Kathryn. "Review of Evans Lansing Smith, Thomas Pynchon and the Postmodern Mythology of the Underworld, Modern American Literature: New Approaches vol. 62 (New York: Peter Lang, 2012)." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Hume, Kathryn. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." American Literature [1991] 63 no. 2: 358-359.

Hume, Kathryn. "The Religious and Political Vision of Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 167-190.

Hume, Kathryn. "The Religious and Political Vision of Pynchon's Against the Day." Philological Quarterly [Winter-Spring 2007] 86 no. 1-2: 163-187.

Hume, Kathryn. "Views from Above, Views from Below: The Perspectival Subtext in Gravity's Rainbow." American Literature [1988] 60 no. 4: 625-642.

Hunt, John W. "Comic Escape and Anti-Vision: The Novels of Joseph Heller and Thomas Pynchon." Adversity and Grace: Studies in Recent American Literature. Ed. Nathan A. Scott. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1968]: 87-112.

Hunt, John W. "Comic Escape and Anti-Vision: V. and The Crying of Lot 49." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 32-41. Article originally published in Adversity and Grace: Studies in Recent American Literature as Comic Escape and Anti-Vision: The Novels of Joseph Heller and Thomas Pynchon [1968]: 87-112.

Hunt, Kevin. "Pixels: Rocket Science." Hartford Courant [17 July 1997]: E1.

Hunter-Tilney , Ludovic. "Inherent Vice." The Financial Times [3 August 2009].

Hunter-Tilney , Ludovic. "Invisible Man: Elusive, Anarchic, Encyclopaedic." The Financial Times [2 December 2006]: Weekend Magazine: 26.

Hurley, Patrick J. Pynchon Character Names: A Dictionary. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, United States [2008].

Hurley, Patrick J. "Bibliography." Pynchon Character Names: A Dictionary. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, United States [2008]: 183-195.

Hurley, Patrick J. "Introduction." Pynchon Character Names: A Dictionary. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, United States [2008]: 3-11.

Hurley, Patrick J. "Pynchon, Grimm and Swinish Duality: A Note on the Pig Image in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 208-210. Online article.

Hurley, Patrick J. "The Dictionary." Pynchon Character Names: A Dictionary. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, United States [2008]: 13-181.

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.

Hutcheon, Linda. "Historiographic Metafiction: Parody and the Intertextuality of History." Intertextuality and Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell and Robert C. Davis. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1989]: 3-32 [passim].

Hutchinson, Colin. "Cult Fiction: 'Good' and 'Bad' Communities in the Contemporary American Novel." Journal of American Studies [April 2008] 42 no. 1: 35-50.

Hutchinson, Colin. "The Complicity of Consumption: Hedonism and Politics in Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day and John Dos Passos's USA." Journal of American Studies [2014] 48 no. 1: 173-198.

Hyles, Vernon. "Review of The Contemporary American Comic Epic." American Literature [1989] 61 no. 3: 497-498.

Iannone, Carole. "Pynchon's Progress." Commentary [April 1990]: 58-59.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Haunted by Ghosts of a Dream: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Amerikastudien [1999] 44 no. 4: 555-568.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "History, Utopia and Transcendence in the Space-Time of Against the Day." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 216-244. Online article.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Plot, Conspiracy, and the Reign of Chance: The Fantastic as History in Pynchon's Novels." Faces of Fiction: Essays on American Literature and Culture from the Jacksonian Period to Postmodernity. Ed. Susanne Rohr and Sabine Sielke. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2001]: 393–424.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Review of Pynchon's Poetics." Amerikastudien [1994] 39 no. 4: 624-625.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Setting Sail Against the Day: The Narrative World of Thomas Pynchon." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 35-48.

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Trash and Collage: The City in Post-Modern American Fiction." Over Here [1991] 10 no. 1: 7–23 (15–18 and passim).

Ickstadt, Heinz. "Trash and Collage: The City in Post-Modern American Fiction." Faces of Fiction: Essays on American Literature and Culture from the Jacksonian Period to Postmodernity. Ed. Susanne Rohr and Sabine Sielke. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2001]: 331–351 (331, 337, 342–346, 350–351). Article originally published in Over Here: An American Studies Journal [with the same title] [1991] 10 no. 1: 7–23 (15–18 and passim).

Ingraffia, Brian D. "Is the Postmodern Post-Secular? The Parody of Religious Quests in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Don DeLillo's White Noise." Postmodern Philosophy and Christian Thought. Ed. Merold Westphal. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1999]: 44-68.

Ingraham, Catherine T. "A Practical Duplicity." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 52-55. Online article.

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

Ingram, Ryan. "Novel weaves a dark web of 9/11 paranoia." Vancouver Sun [26 October 2013].

Iraklis Tsatsoulis, Christos. "Unsupervised text mining methods for literature analysis: A case study for Thomas Pynchon's V.." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Irwin, Mark T. "A Note On 'Porky Pig and the Anarchist' in The Crying of Lot 49 and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 55-57. Online article.

Irwin, Mark T. "Hieroglyphs of Revelation: Thomas Browne and Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 47-56. Online article.

Isaacs, Neil D. "Fiction Night at the Comedy Club." New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly [1989] 11 no. 3: 305–319 (305–307).

Isaacs, Neil D. "Thomas Pynchon: Old Myths, New Frontiers." Essays on the Contemporary American Novel. Ed. Hedwig Bock and Albert Wertheim. Max Hueber, Munich, Germany [1986]: 183-203.

Isernhagen, Hartwig. "Clichés at the Edge of the Zone? Southern Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in the Fictional Geography of Gravity's Rainbow." Images of Central Europe in Travelogues and Fiction by North American Writers. Ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz. Stauffenberg Verlag, Tübingen, Germany [1995]: 249–260.

Isernhagen, Hartwig. "Modernism/Postmodernism: Continuities of a 'Split' Repertoire of Narrative Themes and Strategies: [A Provisional Restatement of a Traditional View of Twentieth Century Literary Avant-gardism]." Critical Angles: European Views of Contemporary American Literature. Ed. Marc Chénetier. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1986]: 15-28 [21-23].

Ishiwari, Takayoshi. "Masochism, Self-Portrait, and How (Not) to Survive Capitalism: The Crying of Lot 49." Postmodern Metamorphosis: Capitalism and the Subject in Contemporary American Fiction. Eihosha, Tokyo, Japan [2001]: 31–48, 145–149. Article originally published in Eibungaku Kenkyu (Studies in English Literature) as Anti-Oedipa: Masochism, Self-Portrait, and The Crying of Lot 49 [1999] 76 no. 2: 125-140.

Isle, Walter. "Acts of Willful Play." Auctor Ludens: Essays on Play in Literature. Ed. Gerald Guiness. J. Benjamins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1986]: 63–74 (64–65, 66–67, 72).

Italie, Hillel. "Pynchon Fans Still Passionate About Publicity-shy Author." The Globe and Mail [11 November 2006].

Iudicello, Kathleen. "Intruding Worlds and the Epileptic Word: Pynchon's Dialogue with the Laws of Surrealism and New Physics." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 505-518. Online article.

Ivison, Douglas. "Outhouses of the European Soul: Imperialism in Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 134-143. Online article.

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 [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 60-104. Online article.

Jackson, Rosemary. "From Kafka's 'Metamorphosis' to Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Fantasy: The Literature of Subversion. Methuen, New York, New York, United States [1981]: 157-170.

Jacobs, Ron. "Back in the Aether Again." Counterpunch [November 18-19 2006].

Jacobs, Ron. "Back in the Aether Again: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Dissident Voice [20 November 2006].

Jacobs, Tim. "Book Review: Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The National Post [15 August 2009].

Jardine, Alice A. Gynesis: Configurations of Women and Modernity. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1986]: 247-252.

Jarvis, Brian. "Notes from Underground: Thomas Pynchon." Postmodern Cartographies: The Geographical Imagination in Contemporary American Culture. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1997]: 51-79.

Jarvis, Christina. "The Vietnamization of World War II in Slaughterhouse-Five and Gravity's Rainbow." War, Literature, and the Arts [2003] 15 no. 1-2: 95-117.

Jarvis, Michael. "Pynchon's Deep Web." Los Angeles Review of Books [10 September 2013]. Online article.

Jarvis, Michael. "Very Nice Indeed: Cyprian Latewood's Masochistic Sublime, and the Religious Pluralism of Against the Day." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Jayne, Edward. "The Dialectis of Paranoid Form." Genre [Spring 1978] 11 no. 1: 131-157.

Jenkins, Ronald A. "Systemic Waste and the Body Boundary in Pynchon's Fiction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 91-110. Online article.

Jensen, Bo Green. "A Screaming Comes Across the Sky." Vinduet [1986] 40 no. 1: 10-17.

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

Johnston, John. "An American Book of the Dead: Media and Spectral Life in Vineland." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1998]: 206-232.

Johnston, John. "An American Book of the Dead: Media and the Unconscious in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 20-37. Online article.

Johnston, John. "Information and Mediality: The Novel as Psychic Apparatus." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1998]: 38-58.

Johnston, John. "Mediality in Vineland and Neuromancer." Reading Matters: Narrative in the New Media Ecology. Ed. Joseph Tabbi and Michael Wutz. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1997]: 173-192.

Johnston, John. "Post-Cinematic Fiction: Film in the Novels of Pynchon, McElroy, and DeLillo." The New Orleans Review [1990] 17 no. 2: 90-97.

Johnston, John. "Postmodern Theory/Postmodern Fiction." Clio [Winter 1987] 16 no. 2: 139-158.

Johnston, John. "Pynchon's 'Zone': A Postmodern Multiplicity." Arizona Quarterly [1990] 46 no. 3: 91-122.

Johnston, John. "Representation and Multiplicity in Four Postmodern American Novels." Critical Essays on American Postmodernism. Ed. Stanley Trachtenberg. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1995]: 169-181 [174-176, 179].

Johnston, John. "Rocket-State Assemblage: Gravity's Rainbow." Information Multiplicity: American Fiction in the Age of Media Saturation. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1998]: 61-96.

Johnston, John. "Toward the Schizo-text: Paranoia as Semiotic Regime 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]: 47-78.

Jones, Helen. "Review of The Letters of Wanda Tinasky." Anderson Valley Advertiser [24 July 1996]: 8.

Jones, Malcolm. "Pynchon on the Installment Plan." Newsweek [17 November 2006].

Jones, Malcolm. "Pynchon's Shaggy-Dog Story." Newsweek [8 January 1990]: 66.

Jones, Malcolm. "The Master Surveyor." Newsweek [28 April 1997]: 77.

Jones, Nicolette. "Pynchon Is Back, but So Is Roddy Llewellyn." The Daily Telegraph [28 December 1996]: 3.

Jones, Thomas. "Call It Capitalism." London Review of Books [10 September 2009] 31 no. 17. Online article.

Jones, Thomas. "Short Cuts." London Review of Books [8 May 2003] 25 . Online article.

Jordal, Preben. "The Savage Flower - Reading Pynchon Reading Rilke." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 103-123.

Jordan, Clive. "World Enough, and Time." Encounter [February 1974]: 61-64.

Juan-Navarro, Santiago. "Conspiracy Theory: Chronic Psychoses in Contemporary Metafiction." Nor Shall Diamond Die: American Studies in Honour of Javier Coy. Ed. Manuel Carme and Paul S. Derrick. Universidad de Valéncia, Valéncia, Spain [2003]: 247–252.

Jukiri, Stephen and Alan Nadel. "'How Do You Spell Reality?' 'O-U-T-A-S-E' ': Or How I Learned to Stop Gravity's Rainbow and Start Worrying." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 81-90. Online article.

Jury, Louise. "The Mystery of Pynchon." The Independent [17 August 2006]: News: 30.

Justus, James H. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." American Literature [1980] 51 no. 4: 582-583.

Kachka, Boris. "On the Thomas Pynchon Trail: From the Long Island of His Boyhood to the 'Yupper West Side' of His New Novel." The Vulture [25 August 2013]. Online article.

Käkelä-Puumala, Tiina. Other Side of this Life: Death, Value and Social Being in Thomas Pynchon's Fiction. Yliopistopaino, Helsinki, Finland [2007].

Käkelä-Puumala, Tiina. "'But What's a Human, After All?': Dehumanization in V.." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 13-39.

Käkelä-Puumala, Tiina. "A Weird Death: The Schwarzkommando and the Symbolic Challenge in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 195-215. Online article.

Kakutani, Michiko. "A Calamity Tailor-Made for Internet Conspiracy Theories." New York Times [11 September 2013]: C1. Online article.

Kakutani, Michiko. "A Pynchonesque Turn by Pynchon." New York Times [20 November 2006]: E1, E8. Online article.

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

Kalfus, Ken. "Space Invaders: America Rockets into Oblivion." The Village Voice [1988] no. 1: 57.

Kaltsas, Kostas. "Of "Maidens" and Towers: Oedipa Maas, Maxine Tarnow, and the Possibility of Resistance." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 36-51.

Kane, Pat. "Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent [20 September 2013]. Online article.

Kaposvári, Márk. "Vineland's America." Americana [Spring 2006] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Kappel, Lawrence. "Psychic Geography in Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature [1980] 21 no. 2: 225-251.

Karl, Frederick R. American Fictions 1940-1980: A Comprehensive History and Critical Evaluation. Harper and Row, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 302-311, 358-364, 444-447.

Karl, Frederick R. "American Fictions: The Mega-Novel." Conjunctions [1985] no. 7: 248–60 (passim).

Karpinski, Eva C. "From V. to Vineland: Pynchon's Utopian Moments." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 33-43. Online article.

Kashihara, Toshiki. "One to Many - The Crying of Lot 49." Metropolitan [1991] no. 35: 110-158.

Kaufman, Marjorie. "Brünnhilde and the Chemists: Women in Gravity's Rainbow." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 197-227.

Kawin, Bruce F. The Mind of the Novel: Reflexive Fiction and the Ineffable. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [1982]: 198-210, 345-346.

Kazin, Alfred. The Bright Book of Life. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1973]: 275-280.

Keesey, Douglas. "'A Flaw Not Only in Him': Rereading Thomas Pynchon." Boundary 2 [1988] 15.3-16.1 : 215-237.

Keesey, Douglas. "Essaying Pynchon's Politics: Rev. of Abbas, ed., Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 166-173. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "Facing Up to the Reading Dilemma: A Review and Critical Overview of Pynchon Studies." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 103-122. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "Mason & Dixon on the Line: A Reception Study." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 165-178. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "Nature and the Supernatural: Pynchon's Ecological Ghost Stories." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 84-95. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon, A Hand to Turn the Time, and Writing Pynchon." Critique [1991] 32 no. 4: 281-285.

Keesey, Douglas. "Review of The Vineland Papers." Modern Fiction Studies [1994] 40 no. 4: 863-865.

Keesey, Douglas. "The Ideology of Detection in Pynchon and DeLillo." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 44-59. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "The Politics of Doubling in 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 5-19. Online article.

Keesey, Douglas. "Vineland in the Mainstream Press: A Reception Study." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 107-113. Online article.

Kehl, D. G. "The Lost Word: Decadence in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon." Christianity Today [6 August 1976]: 18-19.

Kellogg, Carolyn. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." Los Angeles Times [2 August 2009]. Online article.

Kellogg, Carolyn. "Jacket Copy: How Thomas Pynchon made a fan of David Kipen." Los Angeles Times [19 July 2009]. Online article.

Kellogg, Carolyn. "New Thomas Pynchon book on the way?." Los Angeles Times [3 October 2008]. Online article.

Kellogg, Carolyn. "Thomas Pynchon meets 9/11 in Bleeding Edge." Los Angeles Times [11 September 2013]. Online article.

Kellogg, Carolyn. "Thomas Pynchon's Playlist." Los Angeles Times [2 August 2009]. Online article.

Kelly, Kathleen Coyne. "The Lady of Shalott: Malory, Tennyson, Zelazny and Pynchon." Modern Retellings of Chivalric Texts. Ed. Gloria Allaire. Ashgate, Aldershot, United Kingdom [1999]: 25-38.

Kelly, Stuart. "Against the Day: Mystery Man's Last Hurrah." Scotland on Sunday [26 November 2006]: 6.

Kelly, Stuart. "Book review: Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon." The Scotsman [8 September 2013]. Online article.

Kelly, Stuart. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The Scotsman [26 July 2009]. Online article.

Kelman, David. "The Form of the Conspiracy: Ricardo Piglia's Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 57-73. Online article.

Kemeny, Annemarie. "The Female Machine in the Postmodern Circuit." Liminal Postmodernisms: The Postmodern, the (Post-)Colonial, and the (Post-)Feminist. Ed. Hans Bertens and Theo D'Haen. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1994]: 255-273.

Kemp, Peter. "A Technicolour Trip Through Tubular Hells." Sunday Times [28 January 1990]: H5.

Kemp, Peter. "Literature as Micro-Dots." The Listener [22 July 1982]: 20.

Kemp, Peter. "Pynchon." Times Literary Supplement [26 February 1982]: 220.

Kennedy, Douglas. "Take With a Big Pynchon Salt." The Times [2 December 2006]: Features: 5.

Kennedy, Douglas. "Take with a Big Pynchon Salt." Irish Independent [6 January 2007]. Review originally published in Scotland on Sunday as Against the Day: Mystery Man's Last Hurrah [26 November 2006]: 6.

Keough, Peter. "Light Reading: Thomas Pynchon's Up Against The Day." The Phoenix [14 November 2006]. Online article.

Keough, Peter. "Roman à Cleft." The Phoenix [May 1997]. Online article.

Kermode, Frank. "'What Precisely Are the Facts?'." The Genesis of Secrecy: On The Interpretation of Narrative. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [1979]: 101-123.

Kermode, Frank. "Decoding the Trystero." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 162-166.

Kermode, Frank. "That Was Another Planet." London Review of Books [8 February 1990]: 3-4.

Kermode, Frank. "The Use of Codes in The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 11-14.

Kermode, Frank. "The Use of the Codes." Approaches to Poetics. Ed. Seymour Chatman. Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States [1973]: 51-79.

Ketzan, Erik. "Pynchon Nods: Proust in Gravity's Rainbow." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Ketzan, Erik. "Some Intentionally Vague, Spoiler-Free Impressions on the First 25 Pages of Against the Day." Spermatikos Logos [2006].

Kharpertian, Theodore D. A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990].

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "1. Thomas Pynchon and Postmodern American Satire." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 20-57.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "2. V.: Beyond the Veil." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 58-84.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "3. The Crying of Lot 49: History as Mail Conspiracy." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 85-107.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "4. Gravity's Rainbow: The Protestant Deformation." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 108-139.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Beating the Binaries: Review of Satire in Narrative and Narcissus from Rubble." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 151-155. Online article.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Bibliography." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 159-168.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Index." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 169-176.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Introduction." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 13-19.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Notes." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 140-158.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Of Models, Muddles, and Middles: Menippean Satire and Pynchon's V.." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 3-14. Online article.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "On Origins and Beginnings: Review of Journey into the Past." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 118-120. Online article.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "Preface." A Hand to Turn the Time: The Menippean Satires of Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1990]: 9-10.

Kharpertian, Theodore D. "The Apocalyptic Angel." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 141-144. Online article.

Kiely, Robert. "Being Serious in the 'Sixties: Madness, Meaning, and Metaphor in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The Crying of Lot 49." Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts [1984 s.d.] 12 no. 2: 215-237.

Kiely, Robert. "Being Serious in the 'Sixties: Madness, Meaning, and Metaphor in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The Crying of Lot 49." Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts [1984] 12 no. 2: 215-237.

Kiernan, Robert F. American Writing Since 1945. Ungar, New York, New York, United States [1983]: 59-60.

Kihss, Peter. "Pulitzer Jurors Dismayed on Pynchon." New York Times [8 May 1974]: 38.

Killen, Andreas. "Learning to Love the Rocket." 1973 Nervous Breakdown: Watergate, Warhol, and the Birth of Post-Sixties America. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [2006]: 254–260, 300.

Kim, Seong Kon. Journey Into the Past: The Historical and Mythical Imagination of Barth and Pynchon. American Studies Institute of the Seoul National University, Seoel, Korea [1985].

King, Vincent. "Giving Destruction a Name and a Face: Thomas Pynchon's 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Studies in Short Fiction [1998] 35 no. 1: 13-21.

Kinsley, Alexia. "Making Sense of the Obscene and Scatological in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Philological Review [Spring 2004] 30 no. 1: 39–57.

Kinsley, William. "Sexe et association dans Tristram Shandy et Gravity's Rainbow." [1986] 22 no. 1: 37-51.

Kipen, David. "A Rainbow of Possibilities for Fiction." San Francisco Chronicle [6 August 2000]: Datebook: 39.

Kipen, David. "Brevity's Raincheck." Los Angeles Times Book Review [8 May 1994]: 14.

Kipen, David. "Pynchon Brings Added Currency to 'Nineteen Eighty-Four'." San Francisco Chronicle [3 May 2003]: D3. Online article.

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

Kipen, David. "Review of Bleeding Edge." Publishers' Weekly [2013] no. August, 19. Online article.

Kirby, David K. "Two Modern Versions of the Quest." Southern Humanities Review [1971] 5 no. 4: 387-395.

Kirn, Walter. "Drugs to Do, Cases to Solve." New York Times [23 August 2009]: BR9. Online article.

Kirn, Walter. "Z.: Pynchon's Tiresome Mind Games." Slate [7 May 1997]. Online article.

Kirsch, Adam. "Pynchon: He Who Lives By the List, Dies By It." The New York Sun [15 November 2006]. Online article.

Kisor, Henry. "A Novelist Who Gives 'Recluse' New Meaning." Chicago Sun-Times [27 April 1997]: Section Sho.: 13.

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

Kittler, Friedrich. "Media and Drugs in Pynchon's Second World War." Reading Matters: Narrative in the New Media Ecology. Ed. Joseph Tabbi and Michael Wutz. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1997]: 157-172. Article originally published in Mannheimer Analytika as Medien und Drogen in Pynchons Zweitem Weltkrieg [1985] no. 4: 231-252. Translated from German into English by Geoffrey Winthrop-Young and Michael Wutz

Kittler, Friedrich. "Pynchon and Electro-Mysticism." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 108-121. Online article. Translated from English into English by Kathrin G and Martin Howse

Klähn, Bernd. "From Entropy to Chaos-Theories: Thermodynamic Models of Historical Evolution in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon and Robert Coover." Reconstructing American Literary and Historical Studies. Ed. Sabine Br, Hartmut Keil and G H. Lenz. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1990]: 418-431.

Klähn, Bernd. "The Experimental Re-Enchantment of Postmodern Fiction." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses [2005] no. 50: 101-110.

Klähn, Bernd. "The Leibniz Connection: Nazi Symbolism, Calculus and Leibnizian Worldmaking in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 169-182. Online article.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. Literary Disruptions: The Making of Post-Contemporary American Fiction. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1975]: 11-15.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. "How Fiction Survives the Seventies." The North American Review [Fall 1973] 258 : 69-73.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. "Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Modern Language Review [2003] 98 no. 2: 451-452.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. "Review of Writing Pynchon and In a Dark Time." Studies in the Novel [1991] 23 no. 2.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. "Review: The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon by William M. Plater." Journal of English and Germanic philology [July 1978] 78 no. 3: 466-468.

Klose, Yvonne. 'How had it ever happened here?': A Constructivist Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and its Role in the Pynchon Canon. Peter Lang, Bern, Switserland [2012].

Knight, Peter G. "Chapter 1, part II: Vineland and Visibility." Conspiracy Culture: From the Kennedy Assassination to The X-Files. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 57-75.

Knight, Peter G. "For the Love of Big Brother: Orwell Turns 100." New York Press [7-13 May 2003].

Knight, Peter G. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Journal of American Studies [1995] 29 no. 2: 325-326.

Knipfel, Jim. "Blame Shirley Temple's Ass: 'Super Animals in My Crack!'." New York Press [21-27 September 2005].

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

Kocela, Chris. "A Postmodern Steinbeck, or Rose of Sharon Meets Oedipa Maas." The Critical Response to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Ed. Barbara A. Heavilin. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [2006]: 247–266.

Kocela, Chris. "Between Sangha and Sex Workj: The Karmic Middle Path of Vineland's Female Characters." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 52-65.

Kocela, Chris. "Re-Stenciling Lesbian Fetishism in Pynchon's V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 105-130. Online article.

Kocela, Chris. "The Ends of Legal Fetishism: Oedipa Maas as Postmodern Cartographer." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 624-640. Online article.

Koch, Stephen. "Imagination in the Abstract." Antioch Review [Summer 1963] 24 : 253-263.

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

Koenig, Rhoda. "Worth Its Wait." New York Magazine [29 January 1990]: 66-67.

Kogl, Alexandra. "From Arendt's Table to Pynchon's Used Car Lot: Relation and Separation in the Place of the Polity." Strange Places: The Political Potentials and Perils of Everyday Spaces. Lexington, Lanham, Maryland, United States [2008]: 79–100.

Kohn, Marek. "Book of a Lifetime: Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent [4 June 2010]. Online article.

Kohn, Robert E. "Seven Buddhist Themes in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Religion and Literature [2003] 35 no. 1: 73-96.

Kohut, Mark E. "Defending Pynchon's Publicity: It is Pynchonian." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. The Poetics of Chronotope in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Learned Society of the Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin, Poland [2000].

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "'Between Hell and Purgatory': From Baudelaire's Allegory of Commodified Female to Pynchon's Neobaroque in V.." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 271-284.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "'It Has to Be More Than the Simple Conditioning of a Child, Once Upon a Time': The Use of the Child in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 111-120. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years as 'It Has to Be More the Simple Conditioning of a Child, Once Upon a Time': The Use of the Child in Gravity's Rainbow [8-9 June 1998].

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "An Elated Eye: Scandinavian Perspectives. Review of Blissful Bewilderment." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 136-153. Online article.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Childhood as a Metaphor: Motif and Narrative Device in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 229-241. Online article.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Discontent with Democracy in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Polish-American Literary Confrontations: Papers from the 1994 Annual Conference of Polish Association of American Studies, Pu. Ed. Jerzy Durczak. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, Lublin, Poland [1995]: 75-80.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Introduction." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Pynchon, Kant, Lyotard, and the Sublime." 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]: 163–168.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "The Double Chronotope of V.: Postmodernism and Modernism in Thomas Pynchon's First Novel." PASE Papers in Literature, Language and Culture: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Polish Association for the Study of English. Ed. Edmund Gussmann and Bogdan Symanek. University Press of the Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin, Poland [1998]: 217-228.

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 as a Neo-Baroque Writer: Instability, Disorder, and Fractal Spaces in The Crying of Lot 49 and Vineland." Canons, Revisions, Supplements in American Literature and Culture. Ed. Marcin Turski. Bene Nati, Poznan, Poland [1997]: 151-167.

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.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Thomas Pynchon's Treatment of Space in Vineland." American Studies: Home Thoughts from Abroad. Ed. Marta Wiszniowska. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Nikolaja Kopernika, Toruń, Poland [1995]: 201-219.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "Vineland: The Bakhtinian Chronotope of a Postmodernist Novel." Approaches to Fiction. Ed. Leszek S. Kolek. Folium, Lublin, Poland [1996]: 99-124.

Kolbuszewska, Zofia. "What's Really Haunting King Yrjö: The Uncanny and the Discourse of Waste in Thomas Pynchon's 'The Secret Integration'." Memory, Haunting, Discourse. Ed. Maria Holmgren Troy and Elisabeth Wenn. Karlstad University Press, Karlstad, Sweden [2005]: 255–264.

Kolesch, Doris. "Deborah L. Madsen: The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon und Paul Maltby: Dissident Postmodernists. Barthelme, Coover, Pynchon." Amerikastudien [1994] 39 no. 4: 621-623.

Kolodny, Anette and Daniel J. Peters. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49: The Novel as Subversive Experience." Modern Fiction Studies [1973] 19 no. 1: 79-87.

Koning, Christina. "Review of Against the Day." The Times [3 November 2006]: 14.

Koning, Christina. "Vineland The Good." The Guardian [1 February 1990]. Online article.

Kopcewicz, Andrzej. "Elements of Puritanism in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Traditions in the Twentieth Century American Literature: A Symposium. Ed. Marta Sienicka. Adam Mickiewicz University Press, Poznan, Poland [1981]: 133-145.

Kopcewicz, Andrzej. "The Machine in Henry Adams, Frank R. Stockton and Thomas Pynchon: A Paradigmatic Reading." Studia Anglica Posnaniensia [1994] no. 29: 137–164.

Kopcewicz, Andrzej. "The Rocket and the Whale: Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and Moby-Dick." Poznan Proceedings [1979]: 145-150.

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

Kopp, Manfred. "Metahistoricizing Pynchon: A Case for Dr. Smith(?) ." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 257-260. Online article.

Kornberg, Erica. "Thomas Pynchon Pens Liner Notes: Under Spike's Spell." Entertainment Weekly [6 May 1994]: 62.

Kornheiser, Tony. "The Secret Life of Salman Rushdie." The Washington Post [7 February 1990]: C1, C10 [C10].

Kort, Wesley A. "The Possible Plots of Thomas Pynchon's Fiction." Moral Fiber: Character and Belief in Recent American Fiction. Fortress, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1982]: 123-133.

Koslowski, Lisa M. "The Truth Behind the Catenary in Pynchon's V.: A Dream That Will Help You Not at All." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1989] 19 no. 4: 2-4.

Kostelanetz, Richard. "New American Fiction Reconsidered." Triquarterly [1967] no. 8: 279-286.

Kostelanetz, Richard. "Notes on the American Short Story Today." The Minnesota Review [1965] no. 5.

Kostelanetz, Richard. "The Point is That Life Doesn't Have Any Point." New York Times Book Review [6 June 1965]: 3, 28, 30.

Kowalewski, Michael. "Chapter 8. 'The Late, Late, Late Show': Thomas Pynchon's Violence." Deadly Musings: Violence and Verbal Form in American Fiction. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, United States [1993]: 222–247, 286–89.

Kowalewski, Michael. "For Once, Then, Pynchon." Texas Studies in Literature and Language [1986] 28 no. 2: 182-208.

Krafft, John M. "'And How Far-Fallen': Puritan Themes in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 55-73.

Krafft, John M. "A Monument to Pynchon Scholarship." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 151-152. Online article. Review of criticism originally published in Bulletin of Bibliography as Review of Mead's Thomas Pynchon [1990] 47 no. 2: 151-152.

Krafft, John M. "Anarcho-Romanticism and the Metaphysics of Counterforce: Alex Comfort and Thomas Pynchon." Paunch [1975] no. 40-41: 78-107.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1986)." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 88-105. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1988)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 130-139. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1989)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 147-158. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1990)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 155-172. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1991)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 159-168. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1992)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 177-190. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1992)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 173-182. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1994)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 217-228. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1995)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 205-218. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1996)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 209-222. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1997) ." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 195-121. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1998)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 225-237. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-1999)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 332-339. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-2000)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 237-247. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-2003)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 274-298. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-2004)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 189-203. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-2005)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 224-235. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography (-2008)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 275-298. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [October 1979] no. 1: 7-14. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1980] no. 2: 20-25. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [June 1980] no. 3: 15-20. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 40-42. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 31-34. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 45-49. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 54-59. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 74-79. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 68-74. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 65-74. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 72-74. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 91-100. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 113-116. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 58-65. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 64-66. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 82-85. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Chelsea Mourning: Review of Thomas Pynchon and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 124-128. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Chronology of Pynchon's Life and Works." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: x.

Krafft, John M. "Cumulative Bibliography of Pynchon Notes, Through Issue 34-35." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 153-164. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Foreword." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 9-11.

Krafft, John M. "Hit and Miss: Review of Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion, by David Cowart and Pynchon's Fictions: Thomas Pynchon and the Literature of Information, by John O. Stark." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 29-38. Online article.

Krafft, John M. "Review of Beyond and Beneath the Mantle, and The Contemporary American Comic Epic." Modern Fiction Studies [1989] 35 no. 4: 774-776.

Krafft, John M. "Review of Mead's Thomas Pynchon." Bulletin of Bibliography [1990] 47 no. 2: 151-152.

Krafft, John M. "Thomas Pynchon." The Sixties Without Apology. Ed. Sohnya Sayres. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States [1984]: 283-286.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 43. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 35. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 50. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 60-61. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 80-81. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 75-76. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 75-73. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 75. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 101-102. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 117-118. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 173-175. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 169-171. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 191-192. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 183-185. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 229-231. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 219-221. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 223-224. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 222-223. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 238-240. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 340-342. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 248-250. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 299-303. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 66-67. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 67-68. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 204-207. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 236-238. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 86-87. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 159-160. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 140-141. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 299-303. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Contributors." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 259-261. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 149-150. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 155-156. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 173-174. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 169-170. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 214. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 201-. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 205. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 189. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 221. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 328. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 232. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 267-268. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 186. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 220. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Other Books Received." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 272. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Editorial." Pynchon Notes [February 1980] no. 2: 2-3. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Editorial." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 3-4. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Editorial." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 5. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Editorial." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 3-5. Online issue.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Editorial." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 3-4. Online issue.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Inaugural." Pynchon Notes [October 1979] no. 1: 1-2. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes and Queries." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 39. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes and Queries." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 28-30. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 44. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 53. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 73. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 63-67. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 63-64. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 71. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 112. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 86-87. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 63. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Khachig Tölölyan. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 129. Online article.

Krafft, John M. and Luc Herman. "Pynchon and Gender: A View from the Typescript of V.." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 179-193.

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

Krewson, John. "An Epic Literary Journey." The Onion [14-20 May 1997]: 30.

Krueger, Anton. "Writing on a high." M&G [5 April 2007]. Online article.

Kuberski, Philip. "Gravity's Angel: The Ideology of Pynchon's Fiction." Boundary 2 [1986-1987] 15 no. 1-2: 135-151.

Kunow, Rüdiger. "Making Sense of History: The Sense of the Past in Postmodern Times." Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany [1989]: 169-197 [192-195].

Kuntzman, Gersh. "Pynchon Rubs Shoulders with Rock's Lotion." The New York Post [16 May 1996]: 46.

Kupsch, Kenneth. "Finding V.." Twentieth Century Literature [1988] 44 no. 4: 428-446.

Kuznetsov, Sergey. "Vassily Aksyonov's Parody of V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 181-185. Online article.

Lacayo, Richard. "Pynchon vs. the Toaster: The literary master's dazzling, dizzying 1,085-page new novel is not for those looking for a snack." Time [12 November 2006].

Lacayo, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon's Magical Mystery Tour." Time [1 August 2009].

Lacey , Robert J. "Thomas Pynchon on Totalitarianism: Power, Paranoia, and Preterition in Gravity's Rainbow." Americana [Fall 2010] VI no. 2. Online article.

Laird, D.. "Review of Understanding Thomas Pynchon." Choice [March 1987]: 1062.

Laird, D.. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." Choice [December 1987]: 622.

Laird, D.. "Review of Writing Pynchon." Choice [November 1990]: 486-487.

Lakoff, Robin. "Remarks on 'This' and 'That'." Papers from the Tenth Regional Meeting/Chicago Linguistic Society. Ed. Michael W. LaGaly. Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1974]: 345-356 [353-354].

Lalo, Alexei. "Bely and Pynchon: Anatomists of History." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 35-50. Online article.

Lalo, Alexei. "The Life We All Really Live: German References as Metaphors in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 78-84. Online article.

Lambropoulos, Vassilis. "The Sin of the Sign: The Rhetoric of Moral Violence." Semiotica [1985] 54 no. 1-2: 201–221 (218–220).

Lameigère, Val. "Untouchables of the Literary Cast: La Lettre Parisienne." Hartford Courant [20 January 2002]: G8.

Lane, Anthony. "Then, Voyager." The New Yorker [12 May 1997]: 97-100.

Langbaum, Robert. "The Long Life of Modernism." Partisan Review [1981] 48 : 151-160.

Langland, Elisabeth. "Pynchon's Everyman: Searching for an Alternative Society in The Crying of Lot 49." Society in the Novel. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States [1984]: 202-208.

Lannark, Douglas K. "Relocation/Dislocation: Rocketman in Berlin." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 54-65. Online article.

Lannark, Douglas K. "Review of Mason & Dixon." International Astrologer [2000] 29 no. 4: 7-8.

Lannark, Douglas K. "Time Travelling with Pynchon in 2010: Reaching Seven from V. to IV - Pynchon's Occult Progress." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Larner, Jeremy. "The New Schlemihl." Partisan Review [Summer 1963] 30 : 273-276.

Larson, Susan. "Drawing the Line Somewhere." Times-Picayune [6 May 1997]: F1.

Larsson, Donald F. "'The Secret Integration'." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 5 : 2053-2056.

Larsson, Donald F. "'Under the Rose'." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 6 : 2464-2467.

Larsson, Donald F. "Approach and Avoid: Douglas A. Mackey's The Rainbow Quest of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 49-52. Online article.

Larsson, Donald F. "From the Berkshires to the Brocken: Transformations of a Source in 'The Secret Integration' and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 87-98. Online article.

Larsson, Donald F. "Partially Understanding Pynchon: Review of Understanding Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 121-123. Online article.

Larsson, Donald F. "Rooney and the Rocketman." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 113-115. Online article.

Larsson, Donald F. "The Camera Eye: 'Cinematic' Narrative in U.S.A. and Gravity's Rainbow." Ideas of Order in Literature and Film: Selected Papers from the Fourth Annual Florida State University Conference on Literature and Film. Ed. Peter Ruppert. University Presses of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida, United States [1980]: 94-106.

Larsson, Donald F. "The Pleasures of the Text in the Information Age." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 268-271. Online article.

Lasch, Christopher. The Minimal Self: Psychic Survival in Troubled Times. Norton, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 155-162.

Lasdun, James. "Christmas Fiction: The Carnival Goes on (and on)." The Guardian [25 November 2006]: Guardian Review Pages: 16.

Lawrence, David W. "Counterfeiting America in Mason & Dixon." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 814-824. Online article.

Lawson, Jessica. "'The Real ond Only Fucking is Done on Paper': Penetrative Readings and Pynchon's Sexual Text." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 231-250.

Le Vot, André. "New Modes of Story-Telling in Recent American Writings: The Dismantling of Contemporary Fiction." Les Américanistes: New French Criticism on Modern American Fiction. Ed. Christine Johnson and Ira D. Johnson. Kennikat Press, Port Washington, New York, United States [1978]: 110-129.

Le Vot, André. "The Rocket and the Pig: Thomas Pynchon and Science Fiction." Caliban [1975] 12 : 111-118.

Leader, Zachary. "Living on the Invisible Boundary." Times Literary Supplement [2-8 February 1990]: 115.

Leader, Zachary. "The Final Frontier." The Independent [3 May 1997]: Section Books: 9.

Leavens, Dennis. "Finding One to Worship, Finding One to Betray: The Language of Fable in Thurber, Orwell, and Pynchon." Bestia [May 1991] 3 : 74-86.

LeClair, Tom. "Chapter 2. Prologue: Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Art of Excess: Mastery in Contemporary American Fiction. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1989]: 36-72.

LeClair, Tom. "Death and Black Humor." Critique [1975] 17 no. 1: 5-40.

LeClair, Tom. "Missing Writers." Horizon [10 1981] 24 : 48–52 (48, 51, 52).

LeClair, Tom. "Pynchon Pries Off His Mask." USA Today [13 April 1984]: D4.

LeClair, Tom. "The Map Is Not the Territory." The American Book Review [1997] 18 no. 5: 5.

LeClair, Tom. "The Prodigious Fiction of Richard Powers, William Vollmann, and David Foster Wallace." Critique [1996] 38 no. 1: 12-37 [12-13 and passim].

Lehan, Richard. A Dangerous Crossing: French Literary Existentialism and the Modern American Novel. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1973]: 157-162.

Lehan, Richard. "From Myth to Mystery." The City in Literature: An Intellectual and Cultural History. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, United States [1998]: 265–283.

Lehan, Richard. "The Los Angeles Novel and the Idea of the West." Los Angeles in Fiction. Ed. David Fine. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States [1984]: 29–41 [39–41].

Lehman, David. "2005 Commencement Adress." Office of the University President [2005].

Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "Books of the Times: Slow Learner." New York Times [29 March 1984].

Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "Vineland, Pynchon's First Novel in 17 Years." New York Times [26 December 1989]: C21.

Leise, Christopher and Jeffrey Severs. Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011].

Leise, Christopher. "'Exceeding the Usual Three Dimensions': Collective Visions of the Unsuspected." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 1-11.

Leise, Christopher. "'Presto Change-o! Tyrone Slothrop's English Again!' Puritan Conversion, Imperfect Assurance, and the Salvific Sloth in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 127-143. Online article.

Leith, Sam. "And All That Jass." Spectator [21 November 2006].

Leith, Sam. "It's Not Plagiarism--It's Being in Two Places at Once." The Daily Telegraph [9 December 2006]: Features: 22.

Leithauser, Brad. "Any Place You Want." The New York Review of Books [15 March 1990] 37 no. 4: 7-10.

Leithauser, Brad. "Any Place You Want: Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Penchants and Places: Essays and Criticism. Knopf, New York, New York, United States [1995]: 164-174. Review originally published in The New York Review of Books as Any Place You Want [15 March 1990] 37 no. 4: 7-10.

Leland, John P. "Pynchon's Linguistic Demon: The Crying of Lot 49." Critique [1974] 16 no. 2: 45-53.

Lenihan, Liam. "Review of Stefano Ercolino, The Maximalist Novel: From Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow to Roberto Bolãno’s 2666. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2014." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Lense, Edward. "Pynchon's V.." The Explicator [1984] 43 no. 1: 60-61.

Lensing, Dennis M. "Postmodernism at Sea: The Quest for Longitude in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon and Umberto Eco's The Island of the Day Before." 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]: 125-143.

Lento, Stephen C. "Virtual Structures and Virtuality in The Crying of Lot 49 and Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 63-80.

Leonard, Andrew. "Bleeding Edge: Thomas Pynchon goes truther." Salon [11 September 2013].

Leonard, John. "Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind." The Nation [11 December 2006].

Leonard, John. "Pyncho's Crazy Age of Reason." When the Kissing Had to Stop. New Press, New York, New York, United States [1999]: 65-68. Review originally published in The Nation as Pynchon's Crazy Age of Reason [12 May 1997]: 159-164.

Leonard, John. "Pynchon's Crazy Age of Reason." The Nation [12 May 1997]: 159-164.

Leonard, John. "The Styxties." The Nation [26 February 1990]: 281-286.

Leonard, John. "Thomas Pynchon: Down Among the Thanatoids." The Last Innocent White Man in America and Other Writings. New Press, New York, New York, United States [1993]: 205-213. Review originally published in The Nation as The Styxties [26 February 1990]: 281-286.

Léonet, Yves-Marie. "A Tale Reversed: Thomas Pynchon's Rewriting of Grimm's Hänsel and Gretel." Marvels and Tales [1990] 4 no. 1: 43-47.

Léonet, Yves-Marie. "Shamefaced Nostalgia: Pynchon's Vineland and the Politics of Postmodernism." BAS [1996] 1 no. 1: 131-140.

Léonet, Yves-Marie. "Waking from the Apollonian Dream: Correspondences between The Birth of Tragedy and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 35-45. Online article.

Lethem, Jonathan. "Close Encounters." The Village Voice Literary Supplement [June 1998]: 145-146.

Lethem, Jonathan. "Pynchonopolis." New York Times Book Review [15 September 2013]: BR1.

Letzler , David . "A Phenomenology of the Present: Toward a Digital Understanding of Gravity’s Rainbow." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 2. Online article.

Letzler , David . "Response to Albert Rolls, and a Brief Institutional History of Literary Hermeneutics." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 2. Online article.

Letzler , David . "Review of American Postmodernist Fiction and the Past, by Theophilus Savvas (2011)." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Letzler , David . "The Character of Preterition: An Apology for Pointsman." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Leverenz, David and George Levine. "Introduction: Mindful Pleasures." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: iii-v.

Leverenz, David and Neil Schmitz. "Point Counterpoint." Partisan Review [1975] 42 no. 4: 643-644.

Leverenz, David. "On Trying to Read Gravity's Rainbow." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 229-249.

Leverenz, David. "V-2." Partisan Review [1973] 40 no. 3: 517-529.

Leverenz, David. "Verwirrung an den Enden der Parabel." Ordnung und Entropie: zum Romanwerk von Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Heinz Ickstadt. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany [1981].

Leveritt, Thomas. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent [9 August 2009]. Online article.

Levine, George. "Mindful Pleasures." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 3-11. Editorial originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal as Introduction: Mindful Pleasures [1975] 21 no. 2: iii-v.

Levine, George. "Risking the Moment: Anarchy and Possibility in Pynchon's Fiction." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 113-136.

Levine, George. "Risking the Moment: Anarchy and Possibility in Pynchon's Fiction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 59-77.

Levine, George. "Risking the Moment: Anarchy and Possibility in Pynchon's Fiction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 57-76. Article originally published in Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon [with the same title] [1976]: 113-136.

Levine, Michael L. "The Vagueness of Difference: You, the Reader and the Dream of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 117-131. Online article.

Levitt, Morton P. "Honored Past? Fearsome Present? Pynchon, Coover, Doctorow, and Barth and the American Rendering of Myth." Modernist Survivors: The Contemporary Novel in England, the United States, France, and Latin America. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1987]: 73–123 [76–91].

Levitt, Morton P. "Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Journal of Modern Literature [1989] 16 no. 2-3: 402-403.

Levitt, Morton P. "Review of The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon. Journal of Modern Literature." Journal of Modern Literature [1989] 16 no. 2-3: 287-288.

Lévy, Clément. "As Far as Pynchon 'Loves Cameras'." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 157-166.

Lévy, Clément. "Chapter Six: 'Paris for Love'?." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 117-130.

Levy, Robert A. "Who Taught Physics to Thomas Pynchon?." American Physical Society News [February 2000]: 6.

Levy, Toby G. "Mason & Dixon: Three Pages a Day." Spermatikos Logos [2006]. Online article.

Lewicki, Zbigniew. "Thomas Pynchon, Or, the Inevitability of Destruction." The Bang and the Whimper: Apocalypse and Entropy in American Literature. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1984]: 85-101.

Lewis, Barry. "Pynchon's Grasslands." Bête Noire [Fall/Spring 1990-1991] no. 10-11: 386–399.

Lewis, Barry. "Teaching Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Explicator [Spring 2009] 67 no. 3: 154-157.

Lewis, R. W. B. Trials of the Word: Essays in American Literature and the Humanistic Tradition. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [1965]: 63, 185, 228-234.

Lewis, Trevor. "Review of Against the Day." Sunday Times [28 October 2007]: Features: 57.

Lewis, Trevor. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Sunday Times [12 April 1998]: Section Features.

Lhamon, W. T. "Chapter 6: 'Keep Cool, but Care'." Deliberate Speed: The Origins of a Cultural Style in the American 1950s. Smithsonian, Washington, D.C., United States [1990]: 193–251.

Lhamon, W. T. "Pentecost, Promiscuity, and Pynchon's V.: From the Scaffold to the Impulsive." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 69-86. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 163-175.

Lhamon, W. T. "Pentecost, Promiscuity, and Pynchon's V.: From the Scaffold to the Impulsive." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 163-175.

Lhamon, W. T. "Vineland is Pynchon's New World of Symbols." Atlanta Journal and Constitution [7 January 1990].

Limon, John K. Writing After War: American War Fiction from Realism to Postmodernism. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1994]: 128-156.

Limon, John K. "After the Revolutions: Brown and Dreiser, Poe and Pynchon, Hawthorne and Mailer." The Place of Fiction in the Time of Science: A Disciplinary History of American Writing. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1990]: 160-189.

Limon, John K. "How to Place Poe's Arthur Gordon Pym in Science-Dominated Intellectual History, and How to Extract It Again." North Dakota Quarterly [1983] 51 no. 1: 31-47 [43-45].

Liner, James. "Utopia and Debt in Postmodernity; or, Time Management in Inherent Vice." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Link, Erik Carl. "Luddism in 'Under the Rose'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 157-164. Online article.

Linz, Frank. "In Search of the Figure in the Carpet of History: Thomas Pynchon, Ishmael Reed, and Umberto Eco." Historiographic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature. Ed. Bernd Engler and Kurt Mueller. Schoeningh, Paderborn, Muenchen, Germany [1994]: 185-196.

Lippe, Cort. "Solo Tuba Music." Neuma CD [1992].

Lippman, Bertram. "The Reader of Movies: Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Denver Quarterly [1977] 12 no. 1: 1-46.

Lippman, Gary. "Pynchonicity." Paris Review [5 September 2013]. Online article.

Liquori, Donna. "It's worth breaking out of author comfort zone." The Times Union [19 November 2006].

Liste Noya, José. "Ghostbusters: Fantasy and Postmodern Death in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Journal of Narrative Technique [Spring 1997] 27 no. 2: 149-171.

Liste Noya, José. "Mapping the 'Unmappable': Inhabiting the Fantastic Interface of Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Novel [1997] 29 no. 4: 512-537.

Liu, Fengshan. The World behind Fantasy: A Study of Thomas Pynchon´s Fiction. Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, Beijing, China [2011].

Livingstone, David B. "Mystery Train." Spike [September 1997]. Online article.

Lloyd-Smith, Allan Gardner. Uncanny American Fiction: Medusa's Face. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1989]: 154–55, 176.

Lloyd-Smith, Allan Gardner. "Abjection/Abjectivism." European Journal of American Culture [2005] 24 no. 3: 191–203 (197–198).

Locke, Richard. "One of the Longest, Most Difficult, Most Ambitious Novels in Years." New York Times Book Review [11 March 1973]: 1-3, 12, 14.

Logan, William. "Back to the Future: On Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." The Virginia Quarterly Review [Summer 2007] 83 no. 3. Online article.

Logan, William. "Pynchon in the Poetic." Southwest Review [1998] 83 no. 4: 424-437.

Loginov, Clara. "Pynchon Does Lebowski." See Magzazine [27 August 2009].

Logue, Bret. "What's the Topic?." Stanford Daily [7 August 1997]: 8.

Lombreglia, Ralph. "Invisible Forces." Boston Book Review [1997] 4 no. 6: 46-47.

Loofbourow, John W. "Realism in the Anglo-American Novel: The Pastoral Myth." The Theory of the Novel: New Essays. Ed. John Halperin. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1974]: 257-270.

Loranger, Carol S. "His Kipling Period: Bakhtinian Reflections on Annotation, Heteroglossia and Terrorism in the Pynchon Trade." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 155-168. Online article.

Loranger, Carol S. "Response to Steven Weisenburger's Response." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 171-172. Online article.

Lord, Geoffrey W. "Mystery and History, Discovery and Recovery in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Graham Swift's Waterland." Neophilologus [January 1997] 81 no. 1: 145-163.

Lord, Geoffrey W. "Mystery and History, Discovery and Recovery in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Graham Swift's Waterland." Postmodernism and Notions of National Difference: A Comparison of Postmodern Fiction in Britain and America. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1996]: 63-100. Article originally published in Neophilologus [with the same title] [January 1997] 81 no. 1: 145-163.

Lowenkopf, Shelley. "Crossing the Line into a New, Wild World." Fort Worth Star-Telegram [25 May 1997]: sec. Editorials/Opinions: 7.

Lucy, Niall. "Introduction [On the Way to Genre]." Postmodern Literary Theory: An Anthology. Ed. Niall Lucy. Blackwell, Oxford, United Kingdom [2000]: 1-39 [22-26].

Lukather, Christian. "A Pynchon Called Wanda." LA Weekly [19-25 January 1996]: 6.

Lyall, Sarah. "Book Notes: Once Again, Pynchon." New York Times [20 April 1994]: C19.

Lynd, Margaret R. "Science, Narrative, and Agency in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [2004] 46 no. 1: 63-80.

Lynd, Margaret R. "Situated Fictions: Reading the California Novels Against Thomas Pynchon's Narrative World." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 15-34.

Lyons, Thomas R. and Allan D. Franklin. "Thomas Pynchon's "Classic" Presentation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics." Bulletin of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association [1972] 27 no. 4: 195-204.

Lyons, Thomas R. and Allan D. Franklin. "Thomas Pynchon's 'Classic' Presentation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics." Bulletin of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association [1972] 27 no. 4: 195-204.

Mac Kay, Matthew. "Mindless Pleasures." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 105-109. Online article.

MacAdam, Alfred. "Pynchon as Satirist: To Write, To Mean." The Yale Review [1978] 67 no. 4: 555-566.

MacDonald, Hugh. "Breathtaking Maze from Man of Mystery." The Herald. The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom [9 December 2006]: Guide: 6.

MacDougall, Carl. "The Myth of Mystery." The Herald. The Herald, Glasgow, United Kingdom [24 May 1997]: 15.

Mackey, Douglas A. Rainbow Quest of Thomas Pynchon. Bongo Press, San Bernardino, California, United States [1980].

Mackey, Louis. An Ancient Quarrel Continued: The Troubled Marriage of Philosophy and Literature. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States [2002]: 153-194.

Mackey, Louis. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Economy of Preterition." The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, by William Pynchon [1650] : Facsimile edition. Ed. Louis Mackey, Lance Schachterle and Michael W. Vella. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1992]: xxxi-xli.

Mackey, Louis. "Jissom on the Reports: A Thoroughly Post-Modern Pynchon. Review of Writing Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 143-153. Online article.

Mackey, Louis. "Paranoia, Pynchon, and Preterition." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 53-67.

Mackey, Louis. "Paranoia, Pynchon, and Preterition." Substance [1981] no. 30: 16-30.

Mackey, Louis. "Review of Chambers's Thomas Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1993] 13 no. 2: 268-269.

Mackey, Louis. "Thomas Pynchon and the American Dream." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 7-22. Online article.

Mackie, Heather. "Pynchon's 'Humongous, Bloated Jigsaw Puzzle'." Business Day [20 January 2007]: Arts: 6.

MacLeod, Scott. "Playgrounds of Detection: The Californian Private Eye in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and Inherent Vice." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 113-134.

Macris, Anthony. "Slapstick Allegory for Troubled Times." The Sydney Morning Herald [15 December 2006]: Spectrum: 32. Online article.

MacVicar, Bill. "Early Finger Exercises Rescued from Oblivion." The Globe and Mail [30 June 1984]: 17.

Maddaus, Gene. "Fictionalized Manhattan Beach comes to life in Pynchon novel." Contra Costa Times [8 August 2009].

Maddaus, Gene. "Fictionalized Manhattan Beach comes to life in Pynchon novel." Daily Breeze [8 August 2009]. News originally published in Contra Costa Times [with the same title] [8 August 2009].

Madsen, Deborah L. The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1991].

Madsen, Deborah L. "Alterity." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 146-155.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Colonial Legacies: The Pynchons of Springfield and the Hawthornes of Salem." Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. Ed. Fritz Fleischmann and Klaus H. Schmidt. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 49-69.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Colonialism on the Couch." Times Higher Education [23 May 1997]: 22.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Contemporary Interpretations of Exceptionalism." American Exceptionalism. University of Mississipi Press, Jackson, Mississipi, United States [1998]: 146–167.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Family Legacies: Identifying the Traces of William Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 29-48. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years as Family Legacies: Identifying the Traces of Judge William Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow [8-9 June 1998].

Madsen, Deborah L. "Narratives of the Visto: Review of Pynchon and Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 229-238. Online article.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Postmodern Perspectives: Subversions of the American Columbiad." Visions of America Since 1492. Ed. Deborah L. Madsen. Leicester University Press, Leicester, United Kingdom [1994]: 145–157.

Madsen, Deborah L. "Pynchon's Quest Narratives and the Tradition of American Romance." 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]: 25-30.

Madsen, Deborah L. "The Business of Living: Gravity's Rainbow, Evolution, and the Advancement of Capitalism." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 144-158. Online article.

Maissonat, Claude. "The Artist as Scavenger: Inconclusiveness and Reflexivity in 'Low-Lands'." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 223-240.

Malekin, Peter. "The Self, the Referent, and the Real in Science Fiction and the Fantastic: Lem, Pynchon, Kubin, and Delany." Contours of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Eighth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Michele K. Langford. Greenwood, New York, New York, United States [1990]: 29-36.

Malin, Irving. "Foreshadowing the Text." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 27-42.

Malpas, Simon and Christopher Tayler. "Thomas Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon. Manchester University Press, Manchester, United Kingdom [2013].

Mangel, Anne. "Maxwell's Demon, Entropy, Information: The Crying of Lot 49." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 87-100. Article originally published in Triquarterly [with the same title] [1971] no. 20: 194-208.

Mangel, Anne. "Maxwell's Demon, Entropy, Information: The Crying of Lot 49." Triquarterly [1971] no. 20: 194-208.

Mangen, Anne and Rolf Gaasland. "Preface." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 7-12.

Mangen, Anne. "Thomas Pynchon's Writing Space: Gravity's Rainbow as Pseudo-Hypertext." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 139-162.

Manning, Susan. "'The Plots of God Are Perfect': Poe's Eureka and American Creative Nihilism." Journal of American Studies [1989] 23 no. 2: 235–251 (246–51).

Manske, Eva. "History and Fabulation." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik [1987] 35 no. 2: 136–46 (141–44 and passim).

Maragos, Georgios. ""For every They there ought to be a We": The (Almost) Equivalence of Power and Resistance in Mason & Dixon and Against the Day." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Maragos, Georgios. "A Medium No Longer: How Communication and Information Become Objectives in Thomas Pynchon's Worlks." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 167-184.

Maragos, Georgios. "Moving Images: Light-capturing Technologies, Reality, and the Individual in Thomas Pynchon's Twentieth Century." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Marcus, Steven. "Reading the Illegible: Modern Representations of Urban Experience." The Southern Review [1986] 22 no. 3: 443-464 [459-464].

Marcus, Steven. "Reading the Illegible: Some Modern Representations of Urban Experience." Visions of the Modern City: Essays in History, Art, and Literature. Ed. William Sharpe. Columbia University Press, Columbia, New York, United States [1983]: 228–243. Article originally published in The Southern Review as Reading the Illegible: Modern Representations of Urban Experience [1986] 22 no. 3: 443-464 [459-464].

Marks, Harry S. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." College Literature [1980] 7 no. 1: 74-76.

Marquez, Antonio. "Everything Is Connected: Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature [1983] 9 : 92-104.

Marquez, Antonio. "Technologique in Gravity's Rainbow." Research Studies [1980] 48 no. 1: 1-10. Article originally presented during RMMLA Convention [with the same title] [October 1978].

Marquez, Antonio. "The Cinematic Imagination in Thomas Pynchon's "Gravity's Rainbow" ." Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature [Autumn 1979] 33 no. 4: 165-179 .

Marquez, Antonio. "The Nightmare of History and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Essays in Literature [1981] 8 no. 1: 53-62.

Marriott, David. "Gravity's Rainbow: Apocryphal History Or Historical Apocrypha?." Journal of American Studies [1985] 19 no. 1: 69-80.

Marriott, David. "Moviegoing." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 46-77. Online article.

Mars-Jones, Adam. "How a Quaker gets his Oats." The Observer [15 June 1997]: 17. Online article.

Marshall, Alan. "The 'Making of the Reader' and the Withdrawal of the World: Cavell, Pynchon, Sedgwick, Scepticism." Critical Quarterly [2003] 45 no. 3: 52-59.

Martin, Andy. "Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent [31 July 2009]. Online article.

Martin, Reginald. "In the Matrix: Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 198-200. Online article.

Martin, Richard. "Clio Bemused: The Uses of History in Contemporary American Fiction." Substance [1980] no. 27: 13-24.

Martin, Tim. "Enigma Variations." The Canberra Times [8 December 2006]: A11-A12.

Martin, Tim. "Gweetings, Gentlemen: Against the Day, by Thomas Pynchon." The Independent [26 November 2006]. Online article.

Martin, Tim. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." The Telegraph [27 July 2007]. Online article.

Martin-Phillips, Olivia. "Review of The Bleeding of America." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature [2003] 22 no. 2: 417–419.

Martínez, María Á. "From 'Under the Rose' to V.: A Linguistic Approach to Human Agency in Pynchon's Fiction." Poetics Today [2002] 23 no. 4: 633–656. Article originally published in Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense as Function and Linguistic Organization: An Analysis of Character and Setting in Thomas Pynchon's 'Under the Rose' Rewritten in V. [1996] no. 4: 105-129.

Martínez, María Á. "Function and Linguistic Organization: An Analysis of Character and Setting in Thomas Pynchon's 'Under the Rose' Rewritten in V.." Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense [1996] no. 4: 105-129.

Martínez, María Á. "The Foregrounding Function of Nominalizations in Narrative Discourse: A Case Study of Pynchon's 'Under the Rose' and V., Chapter 3." Fifty Years of English Studies in Spain [2003]: 655-662.

Martinson, Trevor Jay. "The Hyperobject's Atomization of "Self" in Gravity's Rainbow." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Maryles, Daisy. "Behind the Bestsellers." Publishers' Weekly [19 May 1997]: 16.

Mascaro, John A. "Kant Touch This: Joseph Tabbi's Postmodern Sublime." Studies in the Novel [1999] 31 no. 4: 506-515 [passim].

Mascaro, John A. "Listing Lists: Review of Gatsby's Party and A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 214-226. Online article.

Mascaro, John A. "Who's Reading Whose Reading? Review of Literature and Domination." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 188-191. Online article.

Mason, Fran. ""Just a Bunch of Stuff That Happened": Narratives of Resistance in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 167-180. Online article.

Mason, Fran. ""Just a Bunch of Stuff That Happened": Narratives of Resistance in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 167-180. Online article.

Mason, Paul. "Is this Thomas Pynchon's 'late style'?." Idle Scrawl [31 July 2009]. Online article.

Massie, Alex. "Pynchon Novel: Newest Unread Stylish Stout?." Chicago Sun-Times [15 June 1997]: Section Sho: 13. Review originally published in The Daily Telegraph as The Fashionable Reader's Choice [2 June 1997]: 15.

Massie, Alex. "Shy novelist delivers sixth book - and wishes his readers luck." The Telegraph [20 November 2006]: News: 15. Online article.

Massie, Alex. "The Fashionable Reader's Choice." The Daily Telegraph [2 June 1997]: 15.

Mathieson, Kenneth. "The Influence of Science Fiction in the Contemporary American Novel." Science Fiction Studies [1985] 12 no. 1: 22-32 [30-31].

Matsuoka, Naomi. "Pynchon and Oe: Contemporary Conspiracies and World War II." The Conscience of Humankind: Literature and Traumatic Experiences. Ed. Elrud Ibsch. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2000]: 375-381.

Mattesich, Stephan. Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002].

Mattesich, Stephan. "A Close Reading of Episode 19, part I, of Gravity's Rainbow." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 95-132.

Mattesich, Stephan. "A Vigilant Folly: Lines of flight in Mason & Dixon." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 231-245.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Conclusion: Towards a Theory of the Counterculture." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 246-254.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Docile Bodies and the Body Without Organs." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 133-206.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Ekphrasis, Escape, and Countercultural Desire in The Crying of Lot 49." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 43-69.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Imperium, Misogyny, and Postmodern Parody in Thomas Pynchon's V.." ELH [1998] 65 no. 2: 503.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Imperium, Misogyny, and Postmodern Parody in V.." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 23-42.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Notes." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 255.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Telluric Texts, Implicate Spaces." Postmodern Culture [September 1997] 8 no. 1. Online article.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Totality and the Repetition of Difference." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 207-230.

Mattesich, Stephan. "Turning Around the Origin in Gravity's Rainbow: Parody, Preterition, Paranoia and Other Polymera." Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2002]: 70-94.

Matthews, Anne M. "New Trend on Campus: Nonstop Public Reading." New York Times [12 October 1988]: B9.

Matthijs, Ernst. "Reel to Real: Film History in Pynchon's Vineland." Literature/Film Quarterly [2001] 29 no. 1: 62-70.

Maus, Derek C. "Kneeling before the Fathers' Wand: Violence, Eroticism and Paternalism in Thomas Pynchon's V. and J. M. Coetzee's Dusklands." Journal of Literary Studies/Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap [1999] 15 no. 1-2: 195-217.

Maxwell, Marilyn. "Chapter 3. Thomas Pynchon." Gender and Violence in Contemporary American Fiction. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, United States [2000]: 115-187.

May, John R. "Loss of World in Barth, Pynchon and Vonnegut." Toward a New Earth: Apocalypse in the American Novel. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States [1973]: 172-200.

Mayberry, George and Sharon Mayberry. "Recent American Fiction." The Nation [5 February 1973]: 180-183 (182).

Mayer, Ruth. "Mythifying America." Connotations [1995] 5 no. 2-3: 187–207 (190–194, 195, 202, 204–.

Mazenauer, Beat. "Semiotische Drift: Neues vom Netz." Süddeutsche Zeitung [15 November 1997]: Section Literatur.

Mazurek, Raymond A. "Courses and Canons: The Post-1945 U.S. Novel." Critique [1990] 31 no. 3: 143-156 (passim).

Mazurek, Raymond A. "Ideology and Form in the Postmodernist Historical Novel: The Sot-Weed Factor and Gravity's Rainbow." The Minnesota Review [1985] 25 : 69-84.

McAulay, Alex. "Abusing Surrealism: Pynchon's V. and Breton's Nadja." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 131-141. Online article.

McAvan, Em. "Feeling God on Certain Days: The Kenosis of The Crying of Lot 49 after the Death of God." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 285-298.

McCallum, E. L. "Hawthorne and Pynchon on the Line." Arizona Quarterly [2000] 56 no. 2: 65–96.

McCarron, William and Mark Braley. "Slothrop, Berlin, and Pynchon's Use of Periodicals." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1988] 18 no. 5: 10-12.

McCarron, William. "A Pynchon 'Waste Land' Scene in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1987] 17 no. 4: 5.

McCarron, William. "Catch 22, Gravity's Rainbow and Lawlessness." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 664-680.

McCarron, William. "Coincidental and Contrived Dates in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 84-85. Online article.

McCarron, William. "Fariña and Pynchon." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1992] 22 no. 4: 11-12.

McCarron, William. "Mickey Rooney in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1998] 28 no. 2: 9-11.

McCarron, William. "Names in Gravity's Rainbow: Slothrop, Quoad, Perdoo, and Otto." Notes on Contemporary Literature [2002] 32 no. 5: 7-9.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Arnold." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1990] 20 no. 3: 7.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Hobbes." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1987] 17 no. 1: 12.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Hogarth." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1986] 16 no. 5: 2.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Kesey." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1991] 21 no. 5: 8-9.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Yeats." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1988] 18 no. 3: 6-7.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Zener Cards." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1989] 19 no. 3: 9-11.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon and Zwitterions in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1996] 26 no. 3: 4-5.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon in Vineland." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1990] 20 no. 5: 10-11.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon's Karma and Keat's 'Urn'." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1990] 20 no. 1: 4.

McCarron, William. "Pynchon's Kent and Eliot's 'Magi'." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1988] 18 no. 5: 14.

McCarron, William. "Separation & Linkage in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1998] 28 no. 1: 12-14.

McCarron, William. "The Figurative Made Literal in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1989] 19 no. 5: 2-3.

McCarron, William. "The Openings of Ulysses and Gravity's Rainbow." Conference of College Teachers of English of Texas [1988] 53 : 34-41.

McClintock, James I. "United State Revisited: Pynchon and Zamiatin." Contemporary Literature [1977] 18 no. 4: 475-490.

McClintock, James I. "United State Revisited: Pynchon and Zamiatin." Contemporary Literature [1977] 18 no. 4: 475-490.

McClintock, Scott. "Introduction: Surveying Pynchon’s California ." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 1-14.

McClintock, Scott. "Pynchon's California." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014].

McClintock, Scott. "The Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State of California in Pynchon's Fiction." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 91-112.

McClure, John A. Partial Faiths: Postsecular Fiction in the Age of Pynchon and Morrison. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2007].

McClure, John A. "Forget Conspiracy: Pynchon, DeLillo, and the Conventional Counterconspiracy Narrative." Conspiracy Nation: The Politics of Paranoia in Postwar America. Ed. Peter G. Knight. New York University Press, New York, New York, United States [2002]: 254-273.

McClure, John A. "Ontological Pluralisms and Preterite Spiritualities: Thomas Pynchon." Partial Faiths: Postsecular Fiction in the Age of Pynchon and Morrison. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2007]: 26-61.

McClure, John A. "Postmodern/Post-Secular: Contemporary Fiction and Spirituality." Modern Fiction Studies [1995] 41 no. 1: 141-163.

McClure, John A. "Resisting Romances: Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow." Late Imperial Romance. Verso Books, London, United Kingdom [1994]: 152-182.

McClurg, Jocelyn. "Pynchon's Latest is Long-Awaited by Cultic Group of Fans." Hartford Courant [24 December 1989]: G3.

McCombie, Brian. "Character Calls." The World and I [1997] 11 : 286–289.

McConnell, Frank D. "Chapter 4: Thomas Pynchon and the Abreaction of the Lord of the Night." Four Postwar American Novelists: Bellow, Mailer, Barth and Pynchon. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1977]: 159-197.

McConnell, Frank D. "Fabulous, Fabulous California." Los Angeles Times [19 November 2006]: 1, 7.

McConnell, Frank D. "Fabulous, Fabulous California." Los Angeles Times Book Review [31 December 1989]: 1, 7.

McConnell, Frank D. "Frames in Search of a Genre." Intersections: Fantasy and Science Fiction. Ed. Eric S. Rabkin and George E. Slusser. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1987]: 119-130 (123).

McConnell, Frank D. "Good & Plenty." Commonweal [15 August 1997]: 20-22.

McConnell, Frank D. "Pynchon's Vineland Unreels the Plot." Columbus Dispatch [14 January 1990]: 8H. Review originally published in Los Angeles Times Book Review as Fabulous, Fabulous California [31 December 1989]: 1, 7.

McConnell, Frank D. "Thomas Pynchon." Contemporary Novelists. St. James, London, United Kingdom [1976]: 1135-1136.

McConnell, Frank D. "Thomas Pynchon." Contemporary Novelists. St. James, London, United Kingdom [1982]: 1135-1136.

McConnell, Frank D. "Thomas Pynchon." Contemporary Novelists. St. James, London, United Kingdom [1986]: 1135-1136.

McConnell, Will. "Pynchon, Foucault, Power, and Strategies of Resistance." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 152-168. Online article.

McDonald, Riley. "The Frame-Breakers: Thomas Pynchon’s Post-human Luddites." Canadian Review of American Studies [2014] 44 no. 1: 101-121.

McDonough, Tom. "That Great Blank Page, the Screen." New York Times Book Review [15 November 1987]: 1, 41–43 (42).

McDowell, Edwin. "Book Notes: The Reclusive Pynchon." New York Times [20 December 1989]: C26.

McDowell, Edwin. "Pynchon Book About to Be Published." New York Times [22 December 1989]: B2. News originally published in New York Times as Book Notes: The Reclusive Pynchon [20 December 1989]: C26.

McDuffie, Brad. "The Order of Chaos: Tracing the Visions of the Promised Land in Elizabeth Madox Roberts' The Great Meadow and Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Elizabeth Madox Roberts: Essays of Discovery and Recovery. Ed. Nicole Camastra. Elizabeth Madox Roberts Society, State Unversity of New York, New Paltz, New York, United States [2008]: 117-124.

McElroy, Bernard. Fiction of the Modern Grotesque. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1989]: 143–174.

McElroy, Joseph. "Neural Neighborhoods and Other Concrete Abstracts." Triquarterly [1975] no. 34: 201-217.

McElwain, Patric. "Review of Signs and Symptoms." Studies in the Humanities [1983] 10 no. 2: 99-101.

McEntee, Jason T. "Pynchon's Age of Reason: Mason & Dixon and America's Rise of Rational Discourse." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 185-207. Online article.

McFadzean, Angus. ""Our Women Are Free": Slavery, Gender, and Representational Bias in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 162-176.

McGee, Celia. "Naumann Nixes N.B.A. Because of Pynchon Snub." New York Observer [1 December 1997]: 43.

McGee, Celia. "Pamphleteer's Press Drops Bomb on Myths of Atomic Age." New York Observer [30 March 1998]: 23.

McHale, Brian and David Wills. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Post-Rhetorical." The Southern Review [1986] 19 no. 2: 194-227.

McHale, Brian. "'You Used to Know What These Words Mean': Misreading Gravity's Rainbow." Constructing Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [1992]: 87-114. Article originally published in Language and Style [with the same title] [1985] 18 no. 1: 93-118.

McHale, Brian. "'You Used to Know What These Words Mean': Misreading Gravity's Rainbow." Language and Style [1985] 18 no. 1: 93-118.

McHale, Brian. "Change of Dominant from Modernist to Postmodernist Writing." Approaching Postmodernism. Ed. Theo D'Haen and Hans Bertens. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1986]: 53-79.

McHale, Brian. "Difference Engines." ANQ [1992] 5 no. 4: 220-223.

McHale, Brian. "From Modernist to Postmodern Fiction: Change of Dominant." Postmodernist Fiction. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [1987]: 3-25 (21-25). Article originally published in Approaching Postmodernism as Change of Dominant from Modernist to Postmodernist Writing [1986]: 53-79.

McHale, Brian. "Genre as History: Pynchon's Genre-Poaching." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 15-28.

McHale, Brian. "Gravity's Angels in America, or, Pynchon's Angelology Revisited." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 303-316. Online article.

McHale, Brian. "Mason & Dixon in the Zone, or, A Brief Poetics of Pynchon-Space." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 43-62.

McHale, Brian. "Mastering the Moderns." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature [1985] 12 no. 1: 138-153 (139, 140-141, 143, 152-153).

McHale, Brian. "Modernist Reading, Post-Modern Text: The Case of Gravity's Rainbow." Constructing Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [1992]: 61-86. Article originally published in Poetics Today [with the same title] [1979] 1 no. 1-2: 85-110.

McHale, Brian. "Modernist Reading, Post-Modern Text: The Case of Gravity's Rainbow." Der Amerikanische Roman Nach 1945. Ed. Arno Heller. Wissenschaftliche, Darmstadt, Germany [1987]: 415-445. Article originally published in Poetics Today [with the same title] [1979] 1 no. 1-2: 85-110.

McHale, Brian. "Modernist Reading, Post-Modern Text: The Case of Gravity's Rainbow." Poetics Today [1979] 1 no. 1-2: 85-110.

McHale, Brian. "On Moral Fiction: One Use." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 34-38. Online article.

McHale, Brian. "POSTcyberMODERNpunkISM." Postmodern Literary Theory: An Anthology. Ed. Niall Lucy. Blackwell, Oxford, United Kingdom [2000]: 247-263 [252-255]. Article originally published in Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction [with the same title] [1991]: 308-323 [314-317].

McHale, Brian. "POSTcyberMODERNpunkISM." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Ed. Larry McCaffery. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [1991]: 308-323 [314-317].

McHale, Brian. "Publishing Events and Unfinished Business." The American Book Review [1990] 12 no. 3: 8-9.

McHale, Brian. "Pynchon's Postmodernism." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 97-111.

McHale, Brian. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." Poetics Today [1987] 8 no. 2: 456-457.

McHale, Brian. "Slade Revisited, or, The End(s) of Pynchon Criticism." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 139-152. Online article.

McHale, Brian. "Thomas Pynchon: A Portrait of the Artist as a Missing Person." Cencrastus [1981] no. 5: 2-3.

McHale, Brian. "Unmaking the Well-Made Short Story/Making up the Novel." The American Book Review [1985] 8 no. 1: 16-18.

McHale, Brian. "What Was Postmodernism?." EBR [2007]. Online article.

McHale, Brian. "Zapping, The Art of Switching Channels: On Vineland." Constructing Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [1992]: 115-143.

McHoul, Alec. Writing Pynchon: Strategies in Fictional Analysis. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1990].

McHoul, Alec. "Gravity's Rainbow's Golden Sections." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 31-38. Online article.

McHoul, Alec. "How to Write an Essay on Thomas Pynchon: Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 157-167. Online article.

McHoul, Alec. "Labyrinths: Writing Radical Hermeneutics and the Post-ethical." Philosophy Today [1987] 31 no. 3-4: 211-221.

McHoul, Alec. "Telegrammatology Part I: The Crying of Lot 49 and the Post-Ethical." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 39-54. Online article.

McHoul, Alec. "Vineland: Teenage Mutant Ninja Fiction (Or, St. Ruggles' Struggles, Chapter 4)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 97-106. Online article.

McHugh, Patrick. "Cultural Politics, Postmodernism, and White Guys: Affect in Gravity's Rainbow." College Literature [2001] 28 no. 2: 1-28.

McKenna, Christopher J. "'A Kiss of Cosmic Pool Balls': Technological Paradigms and Narrative Expectations Collide in The Crying of Lot 49." Cultural Critique [2006] 44 : 29–42.

McKetta, Elisabeth and Martin Kevorkian. "Mapping, the Unmappable, And Pynchon's Antitragic Vision." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 47-66.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Franz Pökler: Narrative and Self in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 159-175. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Gravity's Rainbow." War and American Popular Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Paul Holsinger. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1999]: 267–268.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "IG Farben and the War Against Nature in Gravity''s Rainbow." Germany and German Thought in American Literature and Cultural Criticism. Ed. Peter Freese. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany [1990]: 319-336.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "IG Farben's Synthetic War Crimes and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity''s Rainbow." Visions of War: World War II in Popular Literature and Culture. Ed. M. Paul Holsinger and Mary Ann Schofield. Bowling Green University Press, Bowling Green, Ohio, United States [1992]: 85-95.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "James Bond and Gravity's Rainbow: A Possible Connection." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 121-123. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Mediating the Past: Narrative, History, and Teaching Vineland." 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]: 114-120.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Movie Music in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 143-145. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Pynchon's Angels and Supernatural Systems in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 25-33. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Pynchon's Bequest (Review)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 246-252. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1997] 17 no. 3: 216-217.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Review of Pynchon Notes 34-35 [Thomas Pynchon: Schizophrenia and Social Control]." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1997] 17 no. 3: 255.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Review of The Letters of Wanda Tinasky." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1996] 16 no. 3: 207.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Surveying, Mapmaking and Representation in Mason & Dixon." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 173-191.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Talking to Themselves: Review of Thomas Pynchon's Narratives and Mason & Dixon & Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 217-224. Online article.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "Unreadable Stares: Imperial Narratives and the Colonial Gaze in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 83-96. Online article.

McLemee, Scott. "Invisible, Inc.." Lingua Franca [September-October 1995]: 39, 45, 74.

McLemee, Scott. "It's a Sprawled World, After All." Newsweek [19 November 2006].

McLemee, Scott. "You Hide, They Seek." Inside Higher Ed [15 November 2006].

McManis, Sam. "Pynchon Vivid in Laker-Celtic Description." Los Angeles Times [13 March 1990]: C3.

McManus, James. "Pynchon's Return." The Chicago Tribune [14 January 1990]: Section 14:3.

McManus, James. "Pynchon's Return." The Chicago Tribune Bookworld [14 January 1990]: Section 14: 3.

McNamara, Eugene. "Pop Culture Bursts in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Detroit News [28 January 1990]: L1.

Mead, Clifford. Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989].

Mead, Clifford. "A. Books." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 3-15.

Mead, Clifford. "Appendix: Pynchon's Juvenalia." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 155-176.

Mead, Clifford. "B. Contributions to Books and Magazines." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 17-28.

Mead, Clifford. "C. Unauthorized Editions." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 29-31.

Mead, Clifford. "D. Translations." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 33-38.

Mead, Clifford. "E. Endorsements." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 39-49.

Mead, Clifford. "F. Books, Articles and Conference Papers." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 53-139.

Mead, Clifford. "G. Dissertations and Theses." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: 141-153.

Mead, Clifford. "Mason & Dixon Bibliography." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 203-212.

Mead, Clifford. "Preface." Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1989]: vii.

Mead, Clifford. "Vineland Bibliography." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 179-188.

Medoro, Dana. "Menstruation and Melancholy: The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 71-90.

Medoro, Dana. "Menstruation and Melancholy: The Crying of Lot 49." The Bleeding of America: Menstruation as Symbolic Economy in Pynchon, Faulkner, and Morrison. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [2002]: 29-44.

Medoro, Dana. "Menstruation and Melancholy: The Crying of Lot 49." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 55-80.

Medoro, Dana. "The Scholar-Magicians of the Zone." Studies in the Novel [2001] 33 no. 2: 351-357.

Medoro, Dana. "The Sieve and the Rainbow Serpent: Bleeding Gravity's Rainbow." The Bleeding of America: Menstruation as Symbolic Economy in Pynchon, Faulkner, and Morrison. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [2002]: 45-70. Article originally published in Journal of Narrative Technique [with the same title] [1998] 28 no. 2: 186-213.

Medoro, Dana. "The Sieve and the Rainbow Serpent: Bleeding Gravity's Rainbow." Journal of Narrative Technique [1998] 28 no. 2: 186-213.

Medoro, Dana. "Traces of Blood and the Matter of a Paraclete's Coming: The Menstrual Economy of Pynchon's V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 14-34. Online article.

Medoro, Dana. "Traces of Blood and the Matter of Paraclete's Coming: The Menstrual Economy of Pynchon's V.." The Bleeding of America: Menstruation as Symbolic Economy in Pynchon, Faulkner, and Morrison. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [2002]: 15-28.

Meikle, Jeffrey L. American Plastic: A Cultural History. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States [1995]: 293-301.

Meikle, Jeffrey L. American Plastic: A Cultural History. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States [1995]: 293-301.

Meikle, Jeffrey L. "'Other Frequencies': The Parallel Worlds of Thomas Pynchon and H. P. Lovecraft." Modern Fiction Studies [1981] 27 no. 2: 287-294.

Meikle, Jeffrey L. "The Culture of Plasticity: Observations on Contemporary Cultural Transformation." Amerikastudien [1983] 28 : 205-218 [205, 208-211, 212, 218).

Mellard, James M. "Review of The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon." American Literature [1989] 61 no. 1: 131-132.

Melley, Timothy D. "'The Sublime Object of Postmodernity: Review of Sublime Desire." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 122-130. Online article.

Melley, Timothy D. "Bodies Incorporated." Empire of Conspiracy: The Culture of Paranoia in Postwar America. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [2000]: 81-106. Article originally published in Contemporary Literature as Bodies Incorporated: Scenes of Agency Panic in Gravity's Rainbow [1994] 35 no. 4: 709-738.

Melley, Timothy D. "Bodies Incorporated: Scenes of Agency Panic in Gravity's Rainbow." Contemporary Literature [1994] 35 no. 4: 709-738.

Melo, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon Unpacks a Big-Bang Story." The Oregonian [26 November 2006].

Meltzer, Richard. "This Book Stinks." Essaying Essays: Alternative Forms of Exposition. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. Out of London Books, New York, New York, United States [1975]: 196.

Menand, Louis. "Do the Math: Thomas Pynchon Returns." The New Yorker [27 November 2006]: 170-172.

Menand, Louis. "Entropology." The New York Review of Books [10 June 1997] 44 no. 10.

Menand, Louis. "Soft-Boiled: Pynchon's Stoned Detective." The New Yorker [3 August 2009].

Mendelson, Edward. "Encyclopedic Narrative: From Dante to Pynchon." MLN [1976] 91 no. 6: 1267-1275.

Mendelson, Edward. "Gravity's Encyclopedia." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 161-195.

Mendelson, Edward. "Gravity's Encyclopedia." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 29-52.

Mendelson, Edward. "Introduction." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 1-15.

Mendelson, Edward. "Note: To the Editors." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 56-57. Online article.

Mendelson, Edward. "Oedipa and the Cristeros." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 186-187. Online article.

Mendelson, Edward. "On an Unpublished Introduction to Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 249-250. Online article.

Mendelson, Edward. "Preface." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: vi-vii.

Mendelson, Edward. "Pynchon's Gravity." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 15-21. Article originally published in The Yale Review [with the same title] [1973] 62 no. 4: 624-31.

Mendelson, Edward. "Pynchon's Gravity." The Yale Review [1973] 62 no. 4: 624-31.

Mendelson, Edward. "Pynchon's Mrs. Dalloway." The New York Review of Books [27 September 2013]. Online article.

Mendelson, Edward. "Rainbow Corner." Times Literary Supplement [13 June 1975]: 666.

Mendelson, Edward. "Review of Dugdale's Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power." American Literature [1992] 64 no. 4: 842-844.

Mendelson, Edward. "Schaub's Pynchon: Review." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 43-48. Online article.

Mendelson, Edward. "Selected Bibliography." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 223-225.

Mendelson, Edward. "The Sacred, the Profane, and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 112-146. Article originally published in Individual and Community: Variations on a Theme in American Fiction [with the same title] [1975]: 185-222.

Mendelson, Edward. "The Sacred, the Profane, and The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 11-42. Article originally published in Individual and Community: Variations on a Theme in American Fiction [with the same title] [1975]: 185-222.

Menges, Karl. "The Noise of the Text: Emplotment of Entropy in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Emerging Structures in Interdisciplinary Perspective. Ed. Rudi Keller and Karl Menges. Francke, Tübingen, Germany [1997]: 115-132.

Mercer, Marilyn E. "Review of Mindful Pleasures." Library Journal [15 October 1976]: 2177–2178.

Merrill, Robert. "Review of The Style of Connectedness." American Literature [1988] 60 no. 1: 136-137.

Merrill, Robert. "The Form and Meaning of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Ariel [1977] 8 no. 1: 53-71.

Mesher, David R. "Corrigenda: A Note on Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 13-16. Online article.

Mesher, David R. "Negative Entropy and the Form of Gravity's Rainbow." Research Studies [1981] 49 no. 3: 162-170.

Mesher, David R. "Pynchon and Nabokov's V.." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 43-46. Online article.

Mesler, Corey. "Great American Novel? Pynchon's Latest Is a Feast." Commercial Appeal [1 June 1997]: G1.

Meyer, Eric. "Oppositional Discourses, Unnatural Practices: Gravity's History and 'The '60s." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 81-104. Online article.

Middleton, Peter and Tim Woods. "Thomas Pynchon's Urban Imaginary in The Crying of Lot 49." Literatures of Memory: History, Time and Space in Postwar Writing. Manchester University Press, Manchester, United Kingdom [2001]: 289–297.

Mikics, David. "Postmodernism, Ethnicity and Underground Revisionism in Ishmael Reed." Postmodern Culture [1991] 1 no. 3: 40 pars (23-28).

Milesi, Laurent. "Postmodern Ana-Apocalyptics: Pynchon's V-Effect and the End (of Our Century)." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 213-243. Online article.

Millard, William B. "Delineations of Madness and Science: Mason & Dixon, Pynchonian Space and the Snovian Disjunction." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 83-127.

Millard, William B. "Ducking The Snovian Disjunction: The both/and Logic Of Mason & Dixon." Online Only [1998].

Millard, William B. "Pynchon's Coast: Inherent Vice and the Twilight of the Spatially Specific." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 65-90.

Miller, Anthony. "A Pynchonian Journey into the Mind of Watt." Stanford Humanities Review [Spring 2000] 8 no. 1: 265–279.

Miller, Anthony. "Into the Light of 'Day'." Los Angeles CityBeat [14 December 2006].

Miller, Bernard. "Review of A Gravity's Rainbow Companion." Journal of Narrative Technique [1989] 19 no. 2: 254-255.

Miller, Emma V. "The Naming of Oedipa Maas." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Miller, James E. "Review of Beyond and Beneath the Mantle." [1991] 44 no. 4: 488-489.

Miller, John. "Present Subjunctive: Pynchon’s California Novels." Critique [2013] 54 no. 3: 225-237.

Miller, John. "Reading, Resisitance, and the California Turn in Pynchon's Cornucopian Fiction." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 181-200.

Miller, Joseph Hillis. "Postmodern Communities in Pycnhon and Cervantes." Communities in Fiction. Fordham University, New York, New York, United States [2014]: 264-307.

Miller, Keith. "Maxine of the Mean Streets." Literary Review [September 2013].

Miller, Laura. "Pynchon lights up." Salon [31 July 2009].

Miller, Laura. "Pynchon's Line: The Great American Recluse's Postparanoid Epic." The Village Voice [6 May 1997]: 43, 46.

Miller, Laura. "The Fall of the House of Pynchon." Salon [21 November 2006].

Mills, John. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Queen's Quarterly [1973] 80 no. 4: 648-649.

Minorowicz, Donata. "Among the Zone's Lost." The Wild and the Tame: Essays in Cultural Practice. Ed. Wojciech Kalaga. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice, Poland [1997]: 117-123.

Minzesheimer, Bob. "Pynchon Stirs Trouble with a Unique World View: Terrorism at Root of Novel." USA Today [21 November 2006]: 1D.

Misztal , Arkadiusz . "Varied Modes of Detection: A Forensic Investigation into Thomas Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49 and Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Mitchell, David T. "Postmoderns, Puritans and the Technology of the American Palimpsest." 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]: 70-73.

Mitchell, Jim. "Over the Hill with Pynchon." The Courier-Journal [Louisville] [24 August 1997]: 6I.

Mitchell, Susan. "Dark Interpreter: Literary Uses of the Brocken Spectre from Coleridge to Pynchon." Dalhousie Review [Summer 2008] 87 no. 2: 167-187.

Mitchner, Stuart. "Thomas Pynchon With the Wind in His Sails: In Bleeding Edge, New York Is The Real Story." Town Topics [19 September 2013]. Online article.

Miyamoto, Yoichiro. "Workshop Two: Summary of Discussion [of Aso's 'History and Representation' and Takada's 'Disruptive Reading']." 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]: 215–216.

Mizener, Arthur. "The New Romance (1972)." The New Romanticism: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Eberhard Alsen. Garland, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 79-90. Article originally published in The Southern Review as The New Romance [1972] 8 no. 1: 106-117.

Mizener, Arthur. "The New Romance." The Southern Review [1972] 8 no. 1: 106-117.

Mizener, Arthur. "Thomas Pynchon: 'Entropy'." A Handbook of Analyses, Questions, and a Discussion of Technique for Use with Modern Short Stories: The Uses of Imagination, Third Edition. Norton, New York, New York, United States [1971]: 94-102.

Mobilio, Albert. "Carnival Knowledge: Thomas Pynchon's House of Games." The Village Voice Literary Supplement [February 1990]: 22-24.

Mobilio, Giorgio. "Close Encounters with the Real: Surrealist Bodies and Postmodern Subjects in Pynchon's V.." Rivista di Letterature Moderne e Comparate [2004] 57 no. 4: 477-497.

Möckel-Rieke, Hannah. "Media and Memory in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Amerikastudien [1998] 43 no. 1: 51-74.

Moddelmog, Debra Ann. "Mythemes and Questions of Genre: The Blindness of the Private Eye in Antidetective Fiction." Readers and Mythic Signs: The Oedipus Myth in Twentieth-Century Fiction. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1993]: 61-85.

Moddelmog, Debra Ann. "The Oedipus Myth and Reader Response in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Papers on Language and Literature [1987] 23 no. 2: 240-249.

Mogultay , Utku. The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "1: Explorations and Mappings." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "2: Learning from Venice." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "3: Movements and Machines." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "4: The White City." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "5: The Urban Frontier." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "6: The Unreal City." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "7: A Tale of Three Cities." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "8: The Doleful City." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "Bibliography." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "Conclusion." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "Index." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "Introduction." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "List of Figures." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Mogultay , Utku. "Note on the Text." The Ruins of Urban Modernity: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day. Bloomsbury, New York, New York, United States [31 May 2018].

Moody, Rick. "A Hoax Called Wanda: The Woman Who Would Be Pynchon." The Village Voice [6 May 1997]: 44-46.

Moody, Rick. "Forgetting Pynchon." Bookforum [Summer 2005]: 34.

Moody, Rick. "Surveyors of the Enlightenment: Review of Mason & Dixon, by Thomas Pynchon." Atlantic [July 1997] 280 no. 1: 106-110.

Mooney, Barbara. "Note." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 57. Online issue.

Mooney, Ted. "All Down the Line." Los Angeles Times [11 May 1997]: 3-4.

Moorcock, Michael. "Kaleidoscopic Journey Well Worth Taking." The Sun Herald [7 January 2007]: News, Extra: 74. Review originally published in The Daily Telegraph as Tomorrow's World Yesterday [25 November 2006]: Books: 26.

Moorcock, Michael. "Tomorrow's World Yesterday." The Daily Telegraph [25 November 2006]: Books: 26.

Moore, George B. "Paranoia and the Aesthetics of Chaos in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Allegory Old and New in Literature, the Fine Arts, Music and Theatre, and Its Continuity in Culture. Ed. Marlies Kronegger and Anne-Teresa Tymieniecka. Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands [1994]: 203-218.

Moore, John. "No Use Pynchon Yourself - It's Real." Vancouver Sun [16 August 1997]: B5.

Moore, Steven. "'Parallell, Not Series': Thomas Pynchon and William Gaddis." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 6-26. Online article.

Moore, Steven. "'The World is at Fault'." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 84-85. Online article.

Moore, Steven. "I Ching." A Wake Newslitter [1980] 17 no. 2: 25.

Moore, Steven. "Pynchon on Record." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 56-57. Online article.

Moore, Steven. "Review of A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1995] 15 no. 2: 234-235.

Moore, Steven. "Review of The Contemporary American Comic Epic." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1989] 9 no. 1: 275-276.

Moore, Steven. "Review of The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1988] 8 no. 3: 174-175.

Moore, Steven. "Review of The Letters of Wanda Tinasky." Anderson Valley Advertiser [13 December 1995]: 12. Review originally published in Review of Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [1995] 15 no. 3: 251.

Moore, Steven. "Review of The Letters of Wanda Tinasky." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1995] 15 no. 3: 251.

Moore, Steven. "Review of The Style of Connectedness, Pynchon's Mythography, Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow [Hohmann], Understanding Thomas Pynchon, and Thomas Pynchon and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow [ed. Bloom]." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1988] 8 no. 2: 321-323.

Moore, Steven. "Review of Vineland." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1990] 10 no. 2: 264-265.

Moore, Steven. "The Marxist Brothers: A Long-awaited Work From the Elusive Cult Novelist." The Washington Post [19 November 2006]: 10. Online article.

Moore, Thomas. The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987].

Moore, Thomas. "A Decade of Gravity's Rainbow, the Incredible Moving Film." Michigan Quarterly Review [1983] 22 no. 1: 78-94.

Moore, Thomas. "Character Moir." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 63-115.

Moore, Thomas. "Gravity's Rainbow as the Incredible Moving Film ." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 30-62.

Moore, Thomas. "Introduction: Gravity's Rainbow and Other Books." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 1-29.

Moore, Thomas. "Max Weber, the Spirit of Capitalism and Gravity's Rainbow." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 116-148.

Moore, Thomas. "The Culture of Science in Gravity's Rainbow." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 149-218.

Moore, Thomas. "The Gods in Gravity's Rainbow." The Style of Connectedness: Gravity's Rainbow and Thomas Pynchon. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1987]: 219-292.

Moran, Jay P. "How is Pynchon Related to the Law?." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3. Online article.

Moran, Jay P. "Postmodernism's Misguided Place in Legal Scholarship: Chaos Theory, Deconstruction, and Some Insights from Thomas Pynchon's Fiction." Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal [1997] 6 no. 2: 155-199.

Moraru, Christian. "'Zonal' Ethics: Gravity's Rainbow, Dislodged Subjects, and Infernal Technology." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature [1997] 24 no. 2: 263-281.

Moraru, Christian. "Review of Grant's Companion to V., and Horvath and Malin." Studies in the Novel [2001] 33 no. 4: 474-476.

Moraru, Christian. "Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History by David Cowart." Modern Fiction Studies [Winter 2013] 59 no. 4: 869-872.

Morgan, Edward M. "The Crying of Rule 49." University of Toronto Law Journal [Winter 2004] 54 no. 1: 45-74.

Morgan, Edward M. "Thomas Pynchon: Environmental Liability." The Aesthetics of International Law. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [2007]: 133–149, 235–255. Article originally published in University of Toronto Law Journal as The Crying of Rule 49 [Winter 2004] 54 no. 1: 45-74.

Morgan, Speer. "Gravity's Rainbow: What's the Big Idea?." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 78-94. Article originally published in Modern Fiction Studies [with the same title] [1977] 23 no. 2: 199-216.

Morgan, Speer. "Gravity's Rainbow: What's the Big Idea?." Modern Fiction Studies [1977] 23 no. 2: 199-216.

Morgan, Speer. "Review of Mason & Dixon." The Missouri Review [1997] 20 no. 2: 214-215.

Morison, Samuel E. "Far Out Again with Pynchon." Irish Times [3 June 1997]: Arts: 12.

Morison, Samuel E. "William Pynchon, the Founder of Springfield." Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings [1931] 64 : 67-107.

Morris, Brian. "In the Footsteps of the Fl: Modernism and Thomas Pynchon's V.." Antithesis [1996] 8 no. 1: 125-139.

Morris, Paul D. Representation and the Twentieth-Century Novel: Studies in Gorky, Joyce and Pynchon. Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, Germany [2005].

Morris, Paul D. "Gravity's Rainbow and Mikhail Bakhtin's Poetics of the Novel." Zagadnienia Rodzajów Literackich [1998] 41 no. 1-2: 47–67.

Morrison, Philip. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Scientific American [October 1973] no. 229: 131.

Morrison, Philip. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 191-192. Article originally published in Scientific American [with the same title] [October 1973] no. 229: 131.

Morton, Brian. "Defining Lines in Nation's History." Scotland on Sunday [27 April 1997]: Spectrum: 14.

Morton, Brian. "Fiction." Times Literary Supplement [2 March 1990]: 33.

Morton, Brian. "Keeping His Cool." Sunday Times [12 July 1992]: 7.17.

Mosch , Matthias . "Review of The Last of Something: Critical Essays." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Mösch, Matthias. "The Spectre of Faust in the Early Works of Thomas Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 105-128.

Moshenberg, Daniel. "Review of The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon." American Literature [1990] 62 no. 4: 735-737.

Moss, Richard J. "'Love and Illumination': Ernst Bloch's 'On the Original History of the Third Reich' and Pynchon's Imagined Europe." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Moss, Richard J. "What Would Charlied Do? Narrowing the Possibilities of a Pornographic Redemption in Thomas Pynchon's Novels." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 109-122.

Moulthrop, Stuart and John McDaid. "Not Yet Blindingly One: Gravity's Rainbow and the Hypertextualists." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 132-151. Online article.

Moulthrop, Stuart. "Rhizome and Resistance: Hypertext and the Dreams of a New Culture." Hyper/Text/Theory. Ed. George P. Landow. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1994]: 299-319 (306-308 and passim).

Moulthrop, Stuart. "Strobe's Stimulus." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 71-79. Online article.

Mowat, John. "Review of Chambers's Thomas Pynchon." Journal of American Studies [1993] 27 no. 3: 433–434.

Mowat, John. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 and New Essays on White Noise." Journal of American Studies [1993] 27 no. 1: 107-108.

Mueller, Kurt. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49 [and other books]." Amerikastudien [1996] 41 no. 4: 705-711 [709-710].

Mueller, Kurt. "The Development Toward Historiographic Metafiction in the American Novel." Historiographic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature. Ed. Bernd Engler and Kurt Mueller. Schoeningh, Paderborn, Muenchen, Germany [1994]: 35–51 (43–46).

Mueller, William R. "Encounter with Pynchon." Harvard Magazine [November-December 1989]: 14-15.

Murphy, John L. "Humor and Hysteria in Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." PopMatters.com [17 September 2013]. Online article.

Muste, John M. "Gravity's Rainbow." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 2 : 61-65.

Muste, John M. "Singing Back the Silence: Gravity's Rainbow and the War Novel." Modern Fiction Studies [1984] 30 no. 1: 5-23.

Muste, John M. "The Mandala in Gravity's Rainbow." Boundary 2 [1981] 9 no. 2: 163-179.

Muste, John M. "Thomas Pynchon/Gwenhidwy: Who's Behind That Beard?." Notes on Modern American Literature [1981] 5 no. 2: Item 13.

Myers, Marsa C. "Prairie as Hero: Pynchon's Vineland." The Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers [1991] 13 no. 2: 103-111.

Nadeau, Robert L. "Readings from the New Book of Nature: Physics and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Novel [1979] 11 no. 4: 454-471.

Nadeau, Robert L. "Thomas Pynchon." Readings from the New Book on Nature: Physics and Metaphysics in the Modern Novel. University of Massachusets Press, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 135-148.

Nadel, Alan. "Review of Dissident Postmodernists and Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers [and others]." Modern Fiction Studies [1993] 39 no. 2: 384-389.

Nadel, Alan. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon [and others]." Modern Fiction Studies [1992] 38 no. 2: 491-494.

Nadel, Alan. "Teaching Gravity's Rainbow: Correlation in Life and Reading." 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]: 155–162.

Nagano, Yoshihiro. "The Formation of the Rocket-Nation: Abstract Systems in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 81-99. Online article.

Narkunas, J. Paul. "Europe's 'Eastern Question' and the United States' 'Western Question: Representing Ethnic Wars in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 239-264.

Natarajan, N.. "Semiotic Fission in Hawthorne's A and Pynchon's V.." Indian Journal of American Studies [1993] 23 no. 1: 85–91.

Nazaryan, Alexander. "Literature for the Age of Unease: Reading Pynchon Today." The New Partisan [5 May 2006].

Nazaryan, Alexander. "V. at L.: Pynchon's First Novel Turns Fifity." The New Yorker [29 March 2013]. Online article.

Nealon, Jeffrey T. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Postmodern Other." Double Reading: Postmodernism After Deconstruction. Ed. Jeffrey T. Nealon. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1993]: 107-131.

Neary, John. "A Dialectical Imagination in a Postmodern Narrative." Like and Unlike God: Religious Imaginations in Modern and Contemporary Fiction. Scholars, Atlanta, Georgia, United States [1999]: 171-184.

Neighbors, James R. "Ilse/Lies: Nietzsche and/in Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 183-194. Online article.

Neighbors, James R. "Kant, Terror and Aporethics in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 275-291. Online article. Article originally presented during Gravity's Rainbow: The First 25 Years [with the same title] [8-9 June 1998].

Neighbors, James R. "Review of Negative Liberties." Modern Fiction Studies [2002] 48 no. 2: 503-505.

Nelson, Victoria. "Symmes Hole, or The South Polar Grotto." The Secret Life of Puppets. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States [1997]: 138-161. Article originally published in Raritan as Symmes Hole: Or the South Polar Romance [1997] 17 no. 2: 136–166.

Nelson, Victoria. "Symmes Hole: Or the South Polar Romance." Raritan [1997] 17 no. 2: 136–166.

Neubauer, P.. "The Presence of the Tube in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik [1997] 45 no. 4: 313-324.

New, Melvyn. "Profaned and Stenciled Texts: In Search of Pynchon's V.." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 93-109. Article originally published in The Georgia Review [with the same title] [1979] 33 no. 2: 395-412.

New, Melvyn. "Profaned and Stenciled Texts: In Search of Pynchon's V.." Telling New Lies: Seven Essays in Fiction, Past and Present. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States [1992]: 45-63. Article originally published in The Georgia Review [with the same title] [1979] 33 no. 2: 395-412.

New, Melvyn. "Profaned and Stenciled Texts: In Search of Pynchon's V.." The Georgia Review [1979] 33 no. 2: 395-412.

Newman, Robert D. Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986].

Newman, Robert D. "Chapter 1. Pynchon: The Author as Luddite." Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986]: 1-11.

Newman, Robert D. "Chapter 2. Slow Learner: Establishing Foundations." Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986]: 12-32.

Newman, Robert D. "Chapter 3.'An Eye That Reflects and an Eye That Receives': Vision and Anti-Vision in V.." Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986]: 33-66.

Newman, Robert D. "Chapter 4. The Quest for Metaphor in The Crying of Lot 49." Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986]: 67-88.

Newman, Robert D. "Chapter 5. Gravity's Rainbow: Personal Density and the Arc of Preterition." Understanding Thomas Pynchon. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina, United States [1986]: 89-138.

Newman, Robert D. "Pynchon's Use of Carob in V.." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1981] 11 no. 3: 11.

Newman, Robert D. "Review of Journey into the Past (and others)." Modern Fiction Studies [1987] 33 no. 4: 696-699.

Newman, Robert D. "The White Godddess Restored: Affirmation in Pynchon's V.." University of Mississippi Studies in English [1983] no. 4: 178-186.

Newport, John P. "Thomas Pynchon." Christianity and Contemporary Art Forms. Word, Waco, Texas, United States [1979]: 55-57.

Nichols, Ashton. "Cognitive and Pragmatic Linguistic Moments: Literary Epiphany in Thomas Pynchon and Seamus Heaney." Moments of Moment: Aspects of the Literary Epiphany. Ed. Wim Tigges. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1999]: 467-480.

Nicholson, C. E. and R. W. Stevenson. "'Words You Never Wanted To Hear': Fiction, History and Narratology in he Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 83-88. Online article.

Nicholson, C. E. and R. W. Stevenson. "'Words You Never Wanted to Hear': Fiction, History and Narratology in The Crying of Lot 49." Tropic Crucible: Self and Theory in Language and Literature. Ed. C. E. Nicholson and Ranjit Chatterjee. Singapore University Press, Singapore, Singapore [1984]: 297–315.

Nicolae, Cosana. "Bodies of the (M)otherland in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and Mircea C." BAS [1999 (?)] 4 : 59-66.

Nohrnberg, James. "Pynchon's Paraclete." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 147-161.

Nordell, Roderick. "Pynchon's Monstrous Parable/Parabola: Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Christian Science Monitor [23 May 1973]: 11.

Not Bored, Bill. "Playing the Postcard of The Crying of Lot 49." Not Bored [s.d.]. Online article.

Not Bored, Bill. "Raptor, Rapist, Rapture: The Dark Joys of Social Control in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Not Bored [s.d.]. Online article.

O'Brien, Maureen. "Hot Deals." Publishers' Weekly [25 April 1994]: 11.

O'Bryan, Michael. "Anarchist Withdrawal and Spiritual Redemption in James Joll and Thomas Pynchon." ANQ [2008] 21 no. 1: 57-62.

O'Connell, Alex. "Review of Mason & Dixon." The Times [28 March 1998]: Section Features.

O'Connor, Peter. "The Wasteland of Thomas Pynchon's V.." College Literature [1976] 3 no. 1: 49-55.

O'Donnell, Patrick. "Engendering Paranoia in Contemporary Narrative." Boundary 2 [1992] 19 no. 1: 181–204 [190–93 and passim].

O'Donnell, Patrick. "Engendering Paranoia." Latent Destinies: Cultural Paranoia and Contemporary U.S. Narrative. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2000]: 77-109.

O'Donnell, Patrick. "Explaining Thomas Pynchon." The International Fiction Review [1979] 6 no. 2: 152-156.

O'Donnell, Patrick. "Introduction." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 1-20.

O'Donnell, Patrick. "V.." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 4 : 727-732.

O'Hara, Dan. "On the Line of Flight: Pynchon's Entropy Machine." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 56-69. Online article.

O'Hara, Dan. "On the Phrase 'Ass Backwards': Review of Lines of Flight." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 158-165. Online article.

O'Neill, Keith. "Against the Master: Pynchon's Wellsian Art." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 49-62.

O'Rourke, William. "Pynchon Checks in at the Hotel California." South Bend Tribune [20 May 1990]: C9.

O'Rourke, William. "Thomas Pynchon." Signs of the Literary Times: Essays, Reviews, Profiles 1970–1992. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York, United States [1993]: 147-149. Review originally published in South Bend Tribune [with the same title] [20 May 1990]: C9.

O'Rourke, William. "Thomas Pynchon." South Bend Tribune [20 May 1990]: C9.

Ocker, David. "Eight Facts About Thomas Pynchon, His Pavane and Galliard, a Piece for Cello and Piano." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 147-149. Online article.

Ocker, David. "Spike Jones and Lotion: Connected by a Fragile Pynchon Thread. Review of Spiked! and Nobody's Cool." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 184-188. Online article.

Offmann, Craig. "How to Get a Blurb from Thomas Pynchon." Salon [15 October 1999]. Online article.

Olderman, Raymond M. "The Illusion and the Possibility of Conspiracy." Beyond the Waste Land: A Study of the American Novel in the Nineteen-Sixties. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [1972]: 123-149.

Olderman, Raymond M. "The New Consciousness and the Old System." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 199-228.

Olderman, Raymond M. "Thomas Pynchon: Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater, and Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark Richard Siegel." Contemporary Literature [1979] 20 no. 4: 500-507.

Olehla, Richard. "The Quest for the Holy Word: Lacan's Name-of-the-Father, Paranoia and Possible Madness in The Crying of Lot 49." Litteraria Pragensia [July 2008] 18 no. 35: 58-76.

Oleksy, Elzbieta. "Kesey and Pynchon: A Trip to the Wasteland." Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire [1986] 64 no. 3: 520-531.

Oleksy, Elzbieta. "Perceval and Gawain: Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Proceedings of the Second April Conference of University Teachers of English, Cracow 1981. Ed. Irena Kaluza. Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Warsawa, Poland [1984]: 167-177.

Olmstead, Edwin. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography." North Dakota Quarterly [1988] 56 no. 1: 238-240.

Olsen, Lance M. "Deconstructing the Enemy of Color: The Fantastic in Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Novel [1986] 18 no. 1: 74-86.

Olsen, Lance M. "Pynchon's New Nature: Indeterminacy and The Crying of Lot 49." Ellipse of Uncertainty: An Introduction to Postmodern Fantasy. Greenwood, New York, New York, United States [1987]: 69-83.

Olsen, Lance M. "Pynchon's New Nature: The Uncertainty Principle and Indeterminacy in The Crying of Lot 49." Canadian Review of American Studies [1983] 14 no. 2: 153-163.

Olsen, Lance M. "Review of The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon." The International Fiction Review [1988] 15 no. 2: 178-179.

Olster, Stacey M. "A 'Patch of England, at a Three-Thousand-Mile Off-Set'? Representing America in Mason & Dixon." Modern Fiction Studies [2004] 50 no. 2: 283-302.

Olster, Stacey M. "Lot 49: Science and the Novel of Systems." 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]: 66-75.

Olster, Stacey M. "Rediscovering the Humane in the Human: Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 163-166. Online article.

Olster, Stacey M. "The Way We Were(n't): Origins and Empire in Thomas Pynchon' Mason & Dixon." American Fiction of the 1990s: Reflections of History and Culture. Ed. Jay Prosser. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [8 July 2008].

Olster, Stacey M. "Thomas Pynchon: An Interface of History and Science." Reminiscence and Re-Creation in Contemporary American Fiction. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1989]: 72-105.

Olster, Stacey M. "When you're a (Nin)jette, you're a (Nin)jette all the way - or are you? Female Filmmaking in Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 119-134.

Orbán, Katalin. "Curious Creatures in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and Mason & Dixon." Nature's Nation Revisited: American Concepts of Nature from Wonder to Ecological Crisis. Ed. Hans Bak and Walter W. Hölbling. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2003]: 427-436.

Orbán, Katalin. "Pinpricks on the Ars(e) Narrandi: Liminality and Oven-Games in Gravity's Rainbow." Ethical Diversions: The Post-Holocaust Narratives of Pynchon, Abish, DeLillo, and Spiegelman. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005]: 115-167.

Orbán, Katalin. "Werebeavers of the World, Unite? Animals on the Verge of Readability in Thomas Pynchon's Novels." Animal Magic: Essays on Animals in the American Imagination. Ed. Jopi Nyman and Carol Smith. Faculty of Humanities, Joensuu, Finland [2004]: 96-111.

Orr, Leonard. "Pleasures of the Immachination: Transformations of the Inanimate in Durrell and Pynchon." Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole. Ed. Julius Rowan Raper. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, United States [1995]: 127-136.

Osterhaus, Frank E. "A Bibliography of Pynchon Scholarship in Japan." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 195-204. Online article.

Osterhaus, Frank E. "Aesthetics and Form in V.." Studies in English Language and Literature [1998] 38 no. 1-3: 55-82.

Osterhaus, Frank E. "Oedipa Undertakes Her Quest: Comic Effects as Motive Force in The Crying of Lot 49." Studies in English Language and Literature [1994] 34 no. 3: 69-92.

Osterhaus, Frank E. "Thomas Pynchon's Nefastis Box: Possibility in Metaphor." Studies in English Language and Literature [1992] 33 no. 2: 1-22.

Osterhaus, Frank E. "Viewing Pynchon Through the Comic Prism of Henri Bergson." Studies in English Language and Literature [1993] 34 no. 1-2: 31-48.

Ostrander, Madeline. "Awakening to the Physical World: Ideological Collapse and Economic Resistance in Vineland." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 122-135.

Ostrowski, Carl. "Conspiratorial Jesuits in the Postmodern Novel: Mason & Dixon and Underworld." UnderWords: Perspectives on Don DeLillo's Underworld. Ed. Joseph O. Dewey, Steven G. Keilman and Irving Malin. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2002]: 93-102.

Ottenhoff, John. "A Line in the Wilderness." The Christian Century [17 December 1997]: 1199-1200.

Overbye, Dennis. "Pynchon Toes the Line." Wired.com [August 1997]: 130.

Overbye, Dennis. "Street Cred: Pynchon Toes the Line." Wired.com [August 1997]: 130.

Owen, Bruce. "Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, Jr.: A Man Born Through a Sea-Change from out of an Oyster." Spermatikos Logos [2002].

Owen, Katie. "Paperbacks." The Sunday Telegraph [28 October 2007]: Seven: 59.

Ozier, Lance W. "Antipointsman/Antimexico: Some Mathematical Imagery in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1974] 16 no. 2: 73-90.

Ozier, Lance W. "The Calculus of Transformation: More Mathematical Imagery in Gravity's Rainbow." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 193-210.

Packham, Chris. "Pynchon Himself." The Kansas City Star [3 December 2006].

Page, Tim. "'Genius Grant' for Pynchon." Newsday [20 July 1988]: 9, 14.

Page, Tim. "The Invisible Author." Newsday [8 January 1990]: pt. 2: 4-5.

Palmer, Alan. Fictional Minds. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States [2004]: 99–104, 192–93.

Palmer, Alan. "Attribution Theory: Action and Emotion in Dickens and Pynchon." Contemporary Stylistics. Ed. Marina Lambrou and Peter Stockwell. Continuum, New York, New York, United States [2007]: 81-92.

Palmeri, Frank A. "Aspects of Mason & Dixon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 255-256. Online article.

Palmeri, Frank A. "General Wolfe and the Weavers: Re-envisioning History in 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]: 185-198.

Palmeri, Frank A. "Neither Literally nor as Metaphor: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Structure of Scientific Revolution." ELH [1987] 54 no. 4: 979-999.

Palmeri, Frank A. "Other than Postmodern? Foucault, Pynchon, Hybridity, Ethics." Postmodern Culture [September 2001] 12 no. 1: 39 par. Online article.

Palmeri, Frank A. "Parody and Paradigms in The Crying of Lot 49." Satire in Narrative: Petronius, Swift, Gibbon, Melville, and Pynchon. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, United States [1990]: 108-125. Article originally published in ELH: Journal of English Literary History as Neither Literally nor as Metaphor: Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and the Structure of Scientific Revolution [1987] 54 no. 4: 979-999.

Palmeri, Frank A. "Plutocratic Dystopia and Workers’ Utopias in Morris’s News from Nowhere and Pynchon’s Against the Day." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 2. Online article.

Park, Ed. "The Crying of West 79th Street." Bookforum [Fall 2013]. Online article.

Park, Inchan. "A Postmodernist Challenge to Imperialism: Review of A Study on Thomas Pynchon: Empire and the Postmodern." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 244-246. Online article.

Park, Inchan. "Beyond Paranoia and Fragmentation: The Crisis of the Individual and the Search for a Posthumanist Alternative in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Journal of English Language and Literature [1999] 45 no. 4: 839-861.

Park, Yup. "Thomas Pynchon: Advancement of Science and Technology and Human Value." Journal of English Language and Literature [1994] 40 no. 2: 315-332.

Parker, Richard D. "Homeland: An Essay on Patriotism." Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy [2002] 25 no. 2: 407–27 (417–18).

Parks, John G. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." Christianity and Literature [1991] 40 no. 3: 316-317.

Parrish, Timothy L. "Pynchon and DeLillo." UnderWords: Perspectives on Don DeLillo's Underworld. Ed. Joseph O. Dewey, Steven G. Keilman and Irving Malin. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2002]: 79-92.

Parrish, Timothy L. "Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Drawing a Line in the Sands of History." From the Civil War to the Apocalypse: Postmodern History and American Fiction. University of Massachusets Press, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States [2008]: 150–192, 283–285.

Parry, John. "Letter." The Times [28 June 1997]: Section Features.

Parry, Sally E. "'Catching the War': Jessica Swanlake's Brief Liberation." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 97-107. Online article.

Parry, Sally E. "Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo? Musical Moods in the Casino Hermann Goering." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 176-179. Online article.

Passaro, Vince. "They Walk the Line: Age of Reason as Comedy?." Daily News [27 April 1997]: 7.

Patell, Cyrus R. Negative Liberties: Morrison, Pynchon, and the Problem of Liberal Ideology. Ed. Cyrus R. Patell. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [2001].

Patrascu, Ecaterina. "In and Out of Time: (Re)Constructing History in The Satanic Verses and Gravity's Rainbow." BAS [2009] 15 : 105-117.

Patterson, Troy. "'A Search Result With No Instructions on How to Look for It'." Slate [6 September 2013]. Online article.

Patteson, Richard F. "Architecture and Junk in Pynchon's Short Fiction." Illinois Quarterly [1979] 42 no. 2: 38-47.

Patteson, Richard F. "Horus, Harmakhis, and Harpokrates in Chapter III of V. and 'Under the Rose'." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 39-40. Online article.

Patteson, Richard F. "How True a Text? Chapter Three of and 'Under the Rose.'." Southern Humanities Review [1984] 18 no. 4: 299-308.

Patteson, Richard F. "What Stencil Knew: Structure and Certitude in Pynchon's V.." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 20-31. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [1974] 16 no. 2: 30-44.

Patteson, Richard F. "What Stencil Knew: Structure and Certitude in Pynchon's V.." Critique [1974] 16 no. 2: 30-44.

Paul, Don. "The Great Reach of Gravity's Rainbow." Lawrence and Mann Overarching, Once Up the Country of Ujamaa, Roll Away der Rock, and Other Essays. Hart's Spring Works, San Fransisco, California, United States [1981]: 311-330.

Paulson, William. "The Literary Canon in the Age of Its Technological Obsolescence." Reading Matters: Narrative in the New Media Ecology. Ed. Joseph Tabbi and Michael Wutz. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1997]: 227–249 (248–49).

Payne, Doug. "Dividing Lines." San Diego Union-Tribune [11 May 1997]: Section Books: 3.

Peabody, A.. "Novelist Reveals Identity After Twenty Years on the Coast." The Mendocino Beacon [29 March 1990]: A 3, A 6.

Pearce, Richard. "Introduction." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 1-11.

Pearce, Richard. "Pynchon's Endings." Novel [1985] 18 no. 2: 145-153.

Pearce, Richard. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." Studies in American Fiction [1979] 7 no. 1: 110-112.

Pearce, Richard. "Richard Pearce Replies [to Laurence Rosenhein]." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 51. Online article.

Pearce, Richard. "The Crying of Lot 49." Survey of Contemporary Literature, Revised Edition. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1977]: 3:1662-1665.

Pearce, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon (b. 1937)." Instructor's Guide for The Heath Anthology of American Literature. Ed. John Alberti. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1998]: 836-838.

Pearce, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon and the Novel of Motion: Where're They At, Where're They Going?." The Massachusetts Review [1980] 21 no. 1: 177-195.

Pearce, Richard. "Thomas Pynchon." American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies. Supplement II, Part 2. Ed. A. Walton Litz.. Scribner's, New York, New York, United States [1982]: 617–638.

Pearce, Richard. "What Joyce After Pynchon?." James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium. Ed. Morris Beja. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1986]: 43-46.

Pearson, Carol S. "Puritans, Literary Critics, and Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1978] 8 no. 2: 8-9.

Pearson, Carol S. "The Shadow Knows: Jung, Pynchon, and The Crying of Lot 49." Higginson Journal [1978] no. 20: 29-45.

Pearson, Carol S. and Catherine Pope. The Female Hero in American and British Literature. Bowker, New York, New York, United States [1981]: 8, 155–59, 160, 242.

Peirce, Carol M. "Pynchon's V. and Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: A Seminar in the Modern Tradition." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 23-29. Online article.

Pekar, Harvey. "Hitting Below the Mason-Dixon Line." The Austin Chronicle [13-19 June 1997]: Section Books.

Pekar, Harvey. "Review of Vineland." Northwest Extra! [April 1990] 1 no. 4: 5.

Pelovitz, David L. "Linear Pynchon." EnterZone [1998]. Online article.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "Beyond Linguistic Barriers: The Musical Fuge Structure of Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Cuadernos de Investigaci [1991]: 127-140. Online article.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "Fiction at a Bifurcation Point: From Newtonian Law to Postmodern Uncertainty in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 824-835. Online article.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "Fractal Geometry and Meaning Dissemination in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Atlantis [Act. published in 1997 1995] 17 no. 1-2: 229-424.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "From the New Physics into Linguistic Dissolution: Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Science, Literature, and Interpretation: Essays on Twentieth-century Literature and Critical Theory. Ed. Francisco Collado-Rodriguez. Secretariado de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain [1991]: 157-174.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "Questing for Social Justice: The Role of Woman in Thomas Pynchon's Narrative." Estudios de la mujer en el ámbito de los países de habla inglesa. Ed. Margarita Ardanaz. Universitad Complutense, Madrid, Spain [1994] Volume 1 : 275-287.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "The Escaping Presence of the Female in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Cuadernos de Investigaci [1999] XXV : 239-251. Online article.

Perez-Llantada Auria, Maria del Carmen. "Thomas Pynchon's Vineland: Undermining Signifying Practices." Atlantis [1992] 14 no. 1-2: 169-182.

Perry, Anthony. "San Diego at Large: Reclusive Novelist's Latest Work Rife with North County Locales." Los Angeles Times [26 February 1990]: B1.

Peterson, Vernon. "Fiction review: Inherent Vice." The Oregonian [30 July 2009]. Online article.

Petillon, Pierre-Yves. "A Re-cognition of her Errand into the Wilderness." New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 127-170. Translated from English into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

Petillon, Pierre-Yves. "The Threshold of Revelation, or the Edge of Disclosure: A Few Rambling Words on a Special Occasion." Letterature d'America [1985] 6 no. 27: 5-13 [passim].

Petillon, Pierre-Yves. "Thomas Pynchon and Aleatory Space." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 3-47. Online article. Article originally published in Critique: Revue générale des publications françaises et étrangères as Thomas Pynchon et l'espace aléatoire [379 1978] 34 : 1107-1142. Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

Petillon, Pierre-Yves. "With Awe & Wonder; Or, a Brief Helicoidal Overview of American Technological Mirabilia Through the Rocket, As Reflected in American Writs, Holy and Otherwise, 1829-1929/1969." Rivista di studi anglo-americani [1994] 10 no. 8: 38-57 [passim].

Petticoffer, Dennis. "Review of The Grim Phoenix." Library Journal [15 June 1978]: 1271-1272.

Pettman, Dominic. "Thomas Pynchon." Postmodernism: The Key Figures. Ed. Hans Bertens and Joseph Natoli. Blackwell, Malden, Massachusetts, United States [2002]: 261-266.

Pfeil, Fred. The Fl. Verso Books, London, United Kingdom [1990]: 192–226 (209–12).

Pfeil, Fred. "The Fl." Another Tale to Tell: Politics and Narrative in Postmodern Culture. Verso Books, London, United Kingdom [1990]: 192–226 (209–12).

Philippo, Christopher K. "A Note on Propitiating Leprechauns in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 245-248. Online article.

Pick, Grant. "The MacArthur Manner: How the Foundation Picks Its Grants." The Chicago Tribune Magazine [3 December 1995]: 18–20, 24–26 (20).

Piela, Albert. "A Note on Television in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 125-127. Online article.

Pierssens, Michel. "What Does Fiction Know?." Substance [1988] no. 55: 3–17 (passim).

Pike, David L. "Urban Nightmares and Future Visions: Life Beneath New York." Wide Angle [1998] 20 no. 4: 8-50 (23-27).

Pilditch, Jan. "Pynchon, Thomas." Contemporary Novelists, 5th edition. Ed. Leslie Henderson. St. James, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1991]: 752–753.

Pincio, Tommaso. "Thomas Pynchon nello Specchio di George Orwell." Il Manifesto [19 August 2003]: 12.

Pinsker, Sanford. "Pynchon Draws Line Between Order and Chaos." Providence Journal-Bulletin [25 May 1997]: E8.

Pittmann, Barbara L. "'Dangerously Absent Dreamers': Genealogy, History and the Political Left in Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 39-51. Online article.

Pizzichini, Lilian. "Books: Paperbacks." The Independent [19 April 1998]: Section Features: 35.

Plater, William M. The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States [1978].

Plimpton, George. "The Whole Sick Crew." New York Times [21 April 1963].

Poenicke, Klaus. "Body, Violence, Text: Probings Toward an 'Ecological' Reading of American Prose." Amerikastudien [1986] 31 : 173-186 [174, 180, 183-184].

Poenicke, Klaus. "Violence, Body, Text: The Hazards of an Ecological Hermeneutic." Discourse [1987] no. 9: 4–23 (16–17).

Pöhlmann, Sascha. Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010].

Pöhlmann, Sascha. Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010].

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "1. Pynchon and the Postnational World(s)." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 7-24.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "2. What is Postnationalism?." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 25-140.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "3. Postnational Parageography." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 141-152.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "4. The Paths of Judas: A Parageographical History of Europe and the USA." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 153-176.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "5. (Un)Making America: The Postnational Spaces of Mason & Dixon." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 177-276.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "6. The Postnational Zone of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 277-360.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "7. Concluding the Interface: Against the Day." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 361-366.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Canon Fodder: Thomas Pynchon, Unpopular Culture, and the Invention of Postmodernism." Reading the Canon: Literary History in the 21st Century. Ed. Philipp Löffler. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2 March 2017]: 167-185.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Gravity's Rainbow." The Literary Encyclopedia [24 October 2006].

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Index." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 377-381.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Introduction: The Complex Text." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 9-34.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Pynchon's Games." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Review of Simon de Bourcier, Pynchon and Relativity." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Silences and Worlds: Wittgenstein and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 158-180. Online article.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Thomas Pynchon (1937 - )." The Literary Encyclopedia [18 February 2006].

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Works Cited." Pynchon's Postnational Imagination. C. Winter, Heidelberg, Germany [2010]: 367-376.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "“I Just Look at Books”: Reading the Monetary Metareality of Bleeding Edge." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Poirier, Richard. The Renewal of Literature: Emersonian Reflections. Random House, New York, New York, United States [1987]: 103, 104, 105–106, 123, 124, 182, 204.

Poirier, Richard. "A Literature of Law and Order." Partisan Review [1969] 36 no. 3: 189–204.

Poirier, Richard. "A Literature of Law and Order." The Performing Self: Compositions and Decompositions in the Languages of Contemporary Life. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1971]: 3–26 (23–26). Article originally published in Partisan Review [with the same title] [1969] 36 no. 3: 189–204.

Poirier, Richard. "Embattled Underground." New York Times [1 May 1966].

Poirier, Richard. "Humans." London Review of Books [24 January 1985] 6 no. 2: 18-20.

Poirier, Richard. "Introduction." Prize Stories 1962: The O.Henry Awards. Ed. Richard Poirier. Doubleday, Garden City, New York, United States [1962]: 7–15 [10–13].

Poirier, Richard. "Rocket Power." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 11-20. Article originally published in Saturday Review of the Arts [with the same title] [1974] 1 no. 3: 59-64.

Poirier, Richard. "Rocket Power." Saturday Review of the Arts [1974] 1 no. 3: 59-64.

Poirier, Richard. "Rocket Power." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 167-178. Article originally published in Saturday Review of the Arts [with the same title] [1974] 1 no. 3: 59-64.

Poirier, Richard. "The Difficulties of Modernism and the Modernism of Difficulty." Humanities in Society [1978] 4 no. 1: 271–282.

Poirier, Richard. "The Difficulties of Modernism and the Modernism of Difficulty." Images and Ideas in American Culture : The Functions of Criticism [Essays in memory of Philip Rahv]. Ed. Arthur Edelstein. Brandeis University Press, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States [1979]. Article originally published in Humanities in Society [with the same title] [1978] 4 no. 1: 271–282.

Poirier, Richard. "The Importance of Thomas Pynchon." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 15-29. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 151-162.

Poirier, Richard. "The Importance of Thomas Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 47-58. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 151-162.

Poirier, Richard. "The Importance of Thomas Pynchon." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 151-162.

Poirier, Richard. "The Importance of Thomas Pynchon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 43-55. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 151-162.

Polletta, Gregory T. "Textuality, Actuality, and Contextuality: The Example of Gravity's Rainbow." Reading Contexts. Ed. Neil Forsyth. Narr, Tübingen, Germany [1988]: 83-101.

Poole, Steven. "Have You Seen This Man?." The Guardian [5 May 2003]: Section Features: 14.

Pops, Martin L. "Perpetual Motions." Home Remedies. University of Massachusets Press, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States [1984]: 65-85. Article originally published in Salmagundi [with the same title] [1977] no. 38-39: 80-99.

Pops, Martin L. "Perpetual Motions." Salmagundi [1977] no. 38-39: 80-99.

Porush, David H. The Soft Machine: Cybernetic Fiction. Methuen, London, United Kingdom [1985]: 112–135, 226-227 and passim.

Porush, David H. "'The Hacker We Call God': Transcendent Writing Machines in Kafka and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 129-147. Online article.

Porush, David H. "'Unfurrowing the Mind's Plowshare': Fiction in a Cybernetic Age." American Literature and Science. Ed. Robert J. Scholnick. University of Kentucky Press, Lexington, Kentucky, United States [1992]: 209–228.

Porush, David H. "Cybernetic Fiction and Postmodern Science." New Literary History [1989] 20 no. 2: 373–396 (382, 384–385, 389).

Porush, David H. "Purring into Transcendence: Pynchon's Puncutron Machine." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 31-45. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 93-105.

Porush, David H. "Purring into Transcendence: Pynchon's Puncutron Machine." Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 93-105.

Porush, David H. "Reading in the Servo-Mechanical Loop." Discourse [1987] no. 9: 53-62 (58-62).

Porush, David H. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater." The American Book Review [1980] 2 no. 3: 16.

Powe, B. W. "A Thomas Pynchon Lexicon." The Globe and Mail [17 May 1997]: D11, D16.

Powers, John. "A.: Seventeen Years Later, Pynchon Remakes a Broken America." LA Weekly [26 January-1 February 1990]: 37, 39.

Powers, John. "Peeping at Tom: The Search for the Elusive Pynchon." Baltimore City Paper [11-19 May 1984]: 18-19.

Powers, John. "Sixties 'Vices' Collide in Pynchon's New Novel." Fresh Air [12 August 2009]: 5min 7 sec. Online article.

Powers, John. "The Great American Novel." Connoisseur [April 1990]: 42.

Powers, Richard. "State and Vine." The Yale Review [1990] 79 no. 4: 690-698.

Preston, Alison T. J.. "Humor and Decentered Meaning in 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]: 76–82.

Prezzavento, Paolo. "Vineland: The Final [Political] Frontier." America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Grafia, Syracuse, Italy [2003]: 239-246.

Price, Penelope. "'The Comical Kamikazes': Dying of Laughter in Gravity's Rainbow." The Language of Humor/The Humor of Language: Proceedings of the 1982 WHIM Conference. Ed. Paul Nightingale. Western Humor and Irony Membership, Tempe, Arizona, United States [1982]: 101-102.

Price, Ruby Victoria. Christian Allusions in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1989].

Pritchard, William H. "Actual Fiction." The Hudson Review [(1997-1998) 1997] 50 no. 4: 656–64 (662).

Pritchard, William H. "Novel Reports." The Hudson Review [1990] 43 no. 3: 489–97 (496–97).

Pritchard, William H. "Novels and Novelists in the 1960s." Modern Occasions 2: New Fiction, Criticism, Poetry. Ed. Philip Rahv. Kennikat Press, Port Washington, New York, United States [1974]: 188–209 (203–209).

Proffer, Ellendea. "The Prague Winter: Two Novels by Aksyonov." The Third Wave: Russian Literature in Emigration. Ed. Michael Heim. Ardis Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States [1984]: 131–137 (131–132).

Profit, Marie-Claude. "The Rhetoric of Death in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 18-36. Online article. Article originally published in Delta: Revue du centre d'études et de recherche sur les écrivains du Sud aux Etats-Unis as La Rhétorique de la mort dans The Crying of Lot 49 [1979] no. 8: 155-174. Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford

Prose, Francine. "Doubting Thomas." Seven Days [17 January 1990]: 54-55.

Puchner, Martin. "Police, Paranoia, and Theater in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Police Forces: A Cultural History of an Institution. Ed. Klaus Mladek. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom [2007]: 181–197.

Punday, Daniel. "Pynchon's Ghosts." Contemporary Literature [2003] 44 no. 2: 250-274.

Punday, Daniel. "Review of Lines of Flight." Studies in the Novel [2005] 37 no. 1: 109-111.

Punter, David. The Literature of Terror: A History of Gothic Fictions from 1765 to the Present Day. Longman, London, United Kingdom [1980]: 373, 374, 387, 389–91, 392, 393, 394, 400, 4.

Purdy, Strother. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Culture of Childhood." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 7-23. Online article.

Purdy, Strother. "The Electronic Novel." The New Orleans Review [1982] 9 no. 2: 27-32.

Pütz, Manfred. "Imagination and Self-Definition: American Novels of the Sixties." Partisan Review [1977] 44 no. 2: 235–44. Article originally published in Essays on American Literature and Ideas as The Art of the Acronym in Thomas Pynchon [1997]: 207-224.

Pütz, Manfred. "The Art of the Acronym in Thomas Pynchon." Essays on American Literature and Ideas. Institutul European, Iaši, Romania [1997]: 207-224.

Pütz, Manfred. "The Art of the Acronym in Thomas Pynchon." Studies in the Novel [1991] 23 no. 3: 371–382. Article originally published in Essays on American Literature and Ideas [with the same title] [1997]: 207-224.

Pütz, Manfred. "Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49: The World Is a Tristero System." Mosaic [1974] 7 no. 4: 125–137.

Pütz, Manfred. "Thomas Pynchon: History, Self and Narrative Discourse." The Story of Identity: American Fiction in the Sixties. Metzler, Stuttgart, Germany [1979]: 130-157.

Pütz, Manfred. "Thomas Pynchon: History, Self, and the Narrative Discourse." The Story of Identity: American Fiction of the Sixties, 2nd, enl. ed.. Fink, Munich, Germany [1987]: 130-157.

Pyuen, Carolyn S. "The Transmarginal Leap: Meaning and Process in Gravity's Rainbow." Mosaic [1982] 15 no. 2: 33-46.

Qazi, Javaid. "Source Materials for Thomas Pynchon's Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1980] no. 2: 7-15. Online article.

Quamme, Margaret. "Biggest mystery here: Why publish this?." Columbus Dispatch [16 August 2009].

Quamme, Margaret. "New in Paperback." Columbus Dispatch [27 April 1997]: Weekender 16.

Quamme, Margaret. "Pynchon Engages in Some Ornate Rambling." Columbus Dispatch [7 May 1998]: 7J.

Quan, Ad. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Antioch Review [1998] 56 no. 3: 375–376.

Quesenberry, Mattie. "Review of Vineland." The Hollins Critic [1991] 28 no. 3: 18-19.

Quilligan, Maureen. The Language of Allegory: Defining the Genre. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, United States [1979]: 33, 42–46, 158, 204–23, 242, 260–.

Quilligan, Maureen. "Being and Cappuccino." New York Times Book Review [25 September 1988]: 18.

Quilligan, Maureen. "Thomas Pynchon and the Language of Allegory." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 187-212.

Quilligan, Maureen. "Thomas Pynchon and the Language of Allegory." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 111-137.

Quilligan, Maureen. "Twentieth-Century American Allegory." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 93-108.

Quinn, Judy. "Long Wait Over: New Pynchon Novel for Spring." Publishers' Weekly [28 October 1996]: 24.

Quinn, Mark. "Seeing the Wood for the Trees: Levels of Reading and Intertextual Mythmaking in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 192-211. Online article.

Quinn, Paul. "Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Times Literary Supplement [7 August 2009].

Rabalais, Kevin and Mark Tewfik. "Gravity's Rainbow, by Thomas Pynchon: Two Sides to the Story." The Sydney Morning Herald [19 August 2006]: Spectrm: 32.

Raban, Jonathan. "Try, Try and Try Again." Sunday Times [20 January 1985]: 44G.

Rafferty, Terrence. "Long Lost." The New Yorker [19 February 1990]: 108-112.

Rahmani, Razieh and Ali Salami. "Pynchon’s Against the Day: Bilocation, Duplication, and Differential Repetition." Journal of Language Teaching and Research [September 2018] 9 no. 5: 953-960. Online article.

Ramirez, Victoria A. "The Herero in the Harz: Pynchon's Re-Presentation of Race Relations in Gravity's Rainbow." Images of Africa: Stereotypes and Realities. Ed. Daniel M. Mengara. Africa World Press, Trenton, New Jersey, United States [2001]: 219–233.

Rando, David P. "Like the Odyssey, Only Different: Olympian Omnipotence versus Karmic Adjustment in Pynchon's Vineland." Critique [Fall 2014] 55 no. 1: 17-32.

Rando, David P. "Reading Gravity's Rainbow After September Eleventh: An Anecdotal Approach." Postmodern Culture [September 2002] 13 no. 1: 24 par. Online article.

Rankin, Ian J. "A Historicist Approach to Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 110-111. Online article.

Rankin, Ian J. "Reader Beware." The Guardian [18 November 2006]: Guardian Review Pages: 4. Online article.

Rankin, Ian J. "The Thomas Affair Pynchon." The Age [2 December 2006]: A2. News originally published in The Guardian as Reader Beware [18 November 2006]: Guardian Review Pages: 4.

Rankin, James M. "Mannerist Fiction: Pathologies of Space from Rabelais to Pynchon, William Donoghue, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014. 185pp." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 2. Online article.

Raper, Julius Rowan. "Between Sartre and Freud: Thomas Pynchon's V.." Narcissus from Rubble: Competing Models of Character in Contemporary British and American Fiction. Ed. Julius Rowan Raper. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [1992]: 37-59.

Ratcliffe, Sophie. "Thomas Pynchon and the Myth of Invisibility." Times Literary Supplement [29 November 2006].

Rauchway, Eric. "Drawing the Line: Thomas Pynchon's Latest Tome is an Adventure Serial that Plots a History of Protestantism." The American Prospect [5 January 2007].

Raudaskoski, Heikki. "'Something's Stalking Through the City of Smoke'." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 121-133. Online article.

Raudaskoski, Heikki. "'The Feathery Rilke Mustaches and Porky Pig Tattoo on Stomach': High and Low Pressures in Gravity's Rainbow." Postmodern Culture [January 1997] 7 no. 2: 36 par. Online article.

Raudaskoski, Heikki. "Pynchon, Melville, and the Fulcrum of America." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 124-138. Article originally published in Niin & Näin as Melville, Pynchon ja Amerikan napa [1999]: 84-89.

Redfield, Marc W. "Pynchon's Postmodern Sublime." PMLA [March 1989] 104 no. 2: 152-162.

Reich, Angela. "Re-Reading The Crying of Lot 49: A Note on the Oz Connection." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 179-184. Online article.

Reilly, Terry and Stephen Tomaske. "Hard Science and the Paranormal in Gravity''s Rainbow: Precognition Machines, Cockroaches, and Not That Helmut Schmidt." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 39-53. Online article.

Reilly, Terry and Stephen Tomaske. "Medicine and the Paranormal in Gravity's Rainbow: Epheyre, Anaphylaxis, and That Charles Richet." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 181-191. Online article.

Reilly, Terry. "'[P]aper secrets rained back into slurry' - Pynchon and Invisibility: The Case of Hans Kammler." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Reilly, Terry. "A Couple-Three Bonzos: 'Introduction', Slow Learner and 1984." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 5-13. Online article.

Reilly, Terry. "Gravity's Rainbow, The Anabaptists Rebellions in Germany, 1525-35, and The Unfortunate Traveller." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 704-726. Online article.

Reilly, Terry. "Narrating Tesla in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 139-163.

Reising, Russell J. "Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." Journal of English and Germanic philology [1994] 93 no. 1: 150-154.

Ressner, Jeffrey. "Promoting Pynchon: The Legendary Reclusive Novelist has a new Book out Next Month. But don't try to talk to him about it." Time [20 October 2006]. Online article.

Reynolds, Nigel. "Recluse Speaks Out to Defend McEwan." The Daily Telegraph [6 December 2006]: News: 1.

Reynolds, Pamela. "Thomas Pynchon: At Long Last, Vineland." The Boston Globe [27 December 1989]: 23, 27.

Ricciardi, Alessia. "Lightness and Gravity: Calvino, Pynchon, and Postmodernity." MLN [1999] 114 no. 5: 1062–1077.

Rich, Nathaniel. "The Thomas Pynchon Novel for the Edward Snowden Era." Atlantic [October 2013] no. 10. Online article.

Richard, Claude. "Causality and Mimesis in Contemporary Fiction." Substance [1983] no. 40: 84–93 (passim).

Richard, Claude. "Thomas Pynchon: Oedipa Regina." American Letters. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1998]: 120–135. Article originally published in Lettres américaines: Essais [with the same title] [1987]: 141-157. Translated from French into English by Carol Mastrangelo Bov

Richards, Thomas. The Imperial Archive: Knowledge and the Fantasy of Empire. Verso Books, London, United Kingdom [1993]: 8, 104–109, 115, 141, 143–152, 167R.

Richardson, Mark. "Thomas Pynchon." Post-War Literatures in English: A Lexicon of Contemporary Authors. Ed. Hans Bertens. Samsom Uitgeverij, Alphen a/d Rijn, Netherlands [1990].

Richardson, Robert O. "The Absurd Animate in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Studies in the Twentieth Century [1972] no. 9: 35-58.

Richter, David H. "The Failure of Completeness: Pynchon's V.." Fable's End: Completeness and Closure in Rhetorical Fiction. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1974]: 101-135.

Richwell, Adrian E. "Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Explicator [1988] 47 no. 1: 50-52.

Richwell, Adrian E. "The Crying of Lot 49: A Source Study." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 78-80. Online article.

Riedel, Michael. "Author a Poor Excuse for a Recluse." Daily News [19 May 1997]: 27.

Rieff, David. "Review of Vineland." Elle [May 1990]: 186.

Riese, Utz. "Thomas Pynchon's Concept of a Textual 'Zone': Historical Space with Boundaries Deferred." Proceedings of the XIIth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association. Ed. Roger Bauer. Iudicium, Munich, Germany [1990]: 164-168.

Riese, Utz. "Thomas Pynchon: Antimonopolist Perspectives in Postmodernist Fiction." Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universit [1984] 33 no. 4: 445-446.

Rifkind, Donna. "Mason & Dixon - Pynchon at Last." The Baltimore Sun [27 April 1997]: 5F.

Rifkind, Donna. "The Farsighted Virtuoso." The Wall Street Journal [2 January 1990]: A9.

Riley, Charles A. "Thomas Pynchon: Mad Max of the Rainbow." Color Codes: Modern Theories of Color in Philosophy, Painting and Architecture, Literature, Music, and Psychology. University Press of New England, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States [1995]: 257-267.

Rising, Gerry. "Account of Calendar Changeover Illustrates Generation Gap in Communicating About Science." The Buffalo News [9 June 1997]: 4C.

Robberds, Mark. "The New Historicist Creepers of Vineland." Critique [1995] 36 no. 4: 237-248.

Robberds, Mark. "Visions of Excess: Pynchon and Bataille." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 19-27. Online article.

Robbins, Bruce. "'Real Politics' and the Canon Debate." Contemporary Literature [1994] 35 no. 2: 365-375.

Roberts, Genevieve. "Pynchon Breaks Cover in Defence of McEwan." The Independent [6 December 2006]: Home: 12.

Robertson, Campbell. "Pynchon Joins Defense in Plagiarism Case." New York Times [6 December 2006]: A14.

Robertson, Robert L. "Bending the Parabola, Breaking the Circle: The Idea of a Cusp in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 100-105. Online article.

Robson, David J. "Frye, Derrida, Pynchon, and the Apocalyptic Space of Postmodern Fiction." Postmodern Apocalypse. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1995]: 61-78.

Roeder, Bill. "After the Rainbow." Newsweek [7 August 1978]: 7.

Rogaly, Joe. "Yes, This Is an Everyday Story of Ordinary Tubefolk." The Financial Times [3 February 1990]: Weekend: xix.

Rogers, Brett. "Pynchon on Black Humor." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1988] 18 no. 5: 13.

Rogers, James. "People's Republic of Rock 'n' Roll." Literary Review [March 1990]: 27-28.

Rohland, Mark W. "'Feeling Totally Familied Out': Teaching Pynchon through Families." 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]: 46–51.

Rohland, Mark W. "A Child Roaming the Night: Oedipa's Dead Issue in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1997] no. 40-41: 110-124. Online article.

Rohmann, Todd E. "Hypertextualizing 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]: 148-154.

Rolls, Albert. "A Note on Bleeding Edge’s "Unsheltered"." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "Pynchon, In his Absence." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "Pynchon’s Creative Misuse of Entropy." ORBIT [2017] 5 no. 2. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "Review of Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "The Two V.s of Thomas Pynchon, or From Lippincott to Jonathan Cape and Beyond." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "Thomas Pynchon and the Vacuum Salesman in Guadalajara." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "William Gaddis’s Immortality: Celebration, Cartoon, or Corruption?." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Rolls, Albert. "“A Dual Man [and Oeuvre], Aimed Two Ways at Once”: The Two Directions of Pynchon’s Life and Thought." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 1. Online article.

Romano, Carlin. "Pynchon Weighs In: Jokey, Dense, 1,085 pages." The Philadelphia Enquirer [19 November 2006]: H01.

Romano, Carlin. "Welcome Back Thomas Pynchon!." The Philadelphia Enquirer [31 December 1989]: 1C, 4C.

Romine, Dannye. "Be Very Quiet: We're Stalking the Wily Pynchon." Charlotte Observer [14 January 1990]: 7F.

Ronell, Avital. Stupidity. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [2002]: 25-29, 318.

Roraback, Erik S. "New Pathways Through Pynchon: Review of American Postmodernity." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 174-182. Online article.

Roraback, Erik S. "Para-Baroque Conceptual Intersections & Interventions: Finnegans Wake, Gravity's Rainbow & The Writing of the Disaster." Hypermedia Joyce Studies [2004-2005] 5 no. 2.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 67-68. Review originally published in New Review [with the same title] [1976] 3 no. 28: 64.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Gravity's Rainbow." New Review [1976] 3 no. 28: 64.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "One man's meat is another man's Poisson." The Village Voice [1973]. Online article.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Pynchon on the Beach." Slate [3 August 2009]. Online article.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Pynchon's Tangle." In These Times [14-27 July 1997]: 26.

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Reading: Pynchon's Prayer." Reader [9 March 1990]: 8, 29-31. Online article.

Rosenbaum, Ron. "Pynchon and Crunch: Heroes of the Underworld Wide Web." New York Observer [8 January 2001]: 9.

Rosenbaum, Ron. "The Devil in Long Island." New York Times Magazine [22 August 1993]: 21–27, 36–38, 42, 44 (passim).

Rosenbaum, Ron. "The Edgy Enthusiast." New York Observer [28 April 1997]: 43.

Rosenberg, Martin E. "Invisibility, the War Machine and Prigogine: Physics, Philosophy and the Threshold of Historical Consciousness in Pynchon's Zone." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 91-138. Online article.

Rosenberg, Martin E. "Portals in Duchamp and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 148-175. Online article.

Rosenfeld, Aaron. "The 'Scanty Plot': Orwell, Pynchon, and the Poetics of Paranoia." Twentieth Century Literature [2004] 50 no. 4: 337–367.

Rosenheim, Shawn James. The Cryptographic Imagination: Secret Writing from Edgar Poe to the Internet. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1997]: 171–173, 190–197, 247–249.

Rosenhein, Laurence. "Letter to Richard Pearce in Response to Pynchon's Endings." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 35-50. Online article.

Rosenthal, Regine. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Postmodern Picaro." Revue française d'études américaines [1989] no. 42: 407–426.

Ross, John. "Finding Vineland." San Francisco Review of Books [1991] 16 no. 1: 35-36.

Rossi, Umberto and Paolo Simonetti. "Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 235.

Rossi, Umberto. ""Something More Than a Rifle": Firearms in and around Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Rossi, Umberto. "'The Harmless Yank Hobby': Maps, Games, Missiles and Sundry Paranoias in Time Out of Joint and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2003] no. 52-53: 106-123. Online article. Article originally published in La dissoluzione onesta: Scritti su Thomas Pynchon as 'The Harmless Yank Hobby': Mappe, Giochi, Missili e Altre Paranoie in Tempo Fuori Luogo di Philip Kindred Dick e L'arcobaleno della Gravita di Thomas Ruggles Pynchon [2003]: 107-117.

Rossi, Umberto. "Chapter Five. Florence, or Pynchon’s Italian Job." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 95-116.

Roth, John K. "Thomas Pynchon." American Diversity, American Identity: The Lives and Works of 145 Writers Who Define the American Experience. Henry Holt, New York, New York, United States [1995]: 492–496.

Rothberg, Michael. "Dead Letter Office: Conspiracy, Trauma, and Song of Solomon 's Posthumous Communication." African American Review [2003] 37 no. 4: 501–516 (passim).

Rother, James. "Parafiction: The Adjacant Universe of Barth, Barthelme, Pynchon and Nabokov." Boundary 2 [2 1976] 5 no. 1: 21-43.

Rouyan, Anahita. ""The movies had not prepared him for this Teutonic version here": Significance of the Hansel and Gretel Fairy Tale in Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow." ORBIT [2013] 2 no. 1. Online article.

Rovit, Earl. "Some Shapes in in Recent American Fiction." Contemporary Literature [1974] 15 no. 4: 539-561.

Rowberry, Simon Peter. "Reassessing the Gravity's Rainbow Pynchon Wiki: A new research paradigm?." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 1. Online article.

Rowcroft, Andrew Stewart. "Review of Luc Herman and Steven Weisenburger, Gravity’s Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Rowe, John C. "Spin-off: The Rhetoric of Television and Postmodern Memory." Narrative and Culture. Ed. Janice Carlisle and Daniel R. Schwarz. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1994]: 97-120 (97-99).

Rowlinson, Zac. "Review of 'How had it ever happened here?': A Constructivist Reading of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 and its Role in the Pynchon Canon, by Yvonne Klose (2012)." ORBIT [2012] 1 no. 2. Online article.

Royster, Paul. "Thomas Pynchon: A Brief Chronology." Faculty Publications [2001]. Online article.

Ruch, Allen B. "Against the Day: Early Review." Spermatikos Logos [20 November 2006].

Ruggles, Jenny. "Thomas Pynchon's Favorite Band." Addicted to Noise [3 July 1996]: s.p..

Ruland, Richard and Malcolm Bradbury. From Puritanism to Postmodernism: A History of American Literature. Viking, New York, New York, United States [1991]: 382–383, 391–392.

Rundle, Vivienne. "The Double Bind of Metafiction: Implicating Narrative in The Crying of Lot 49 and Travesty." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 31-44. Online article.

Ruppersburg, Hugh. "Literature in Historical Context: An Essay-Review." Mississippi Quarterly [(1989-1990) 1989] 43 no. 1: 69-76.

Rushdie, Salman. "Still Crazy After All These Years." New York Times Book Review [14 January 1990]: 36-37.

Rushdie, Salman. "Thomas Pynchon." Imaginary Homelands. Penguin, Harmondsworth, United Kingdom [1991]: 352-357. Review originally published in New York Times Book Review as Still Crazy After All These Years [14 January 1990]: 36-37.

Rushing, Robert A. "Am I Paranoid Enough?." American Literary History [2006] 18 no. 2: 390-393.

Russell, Alison. "Staying the Course: Pynchon 101: Review of A Companion to V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 247-250. Online article.

Russell, Alison. "Travels in Baedeker Land: Thomas Pynchon's V.." Crossing Boundaries: Postmodern Travel Literature. Palgrave, New York, New York, United States [2000]: 51–81.

Russell, Charles. "Individual Voice in the Collective Discourse: Literary Innovation in Postmodern American Fiction." Substance [1980] no. 27: 29–39 (passim).

Russell, Charles. "Pynchon's Language: Signs, Systems, and Subversion." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 252-271.

Ryan, David. "Thomas Pynchon." The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. Ed. Jay Parini. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [2004]: 446–452.

Saar, Martin and Christian Skirke. "The Realm of Velocity and Spleen: Reading Hybrid Life in Mason & Dixon." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 129-146.

Sacks, David. "The Birth of V-ness." Ottawa Citizen [2 July 2000]: C14.

Sacks, Sam. "Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon ." The Wall Street Journal [16 September 2013].

Safer, Elaine B. "Dreams and Nightmares: 'High-Tech Paranoia' and the Jamesonian Sublime - An Approach to Thomas Pynchon's Postmodernism." Traditions, Voices, and Dreams: The American Novel Since the 1960s. Ed. Melvin J. Friedman and Steven Showers. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [1995]: 279–297.

Safer, Elaine B. "Pynchon's World and Its Legendary Past: Humor and the Absurd in a Twentieth-Century Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 46-67. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 107-125.

Safer, Elaine B. "Pynchon's World and Its Legendary Past: Humor and the Absurd in a Twentieth-Century Vineland." Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 107-125.

Safer, Elaine B. "Review of The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon." Yearbook of English Studies [1994] 24 : 346-347.

Safer, Elaine B. "The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth's Giles Goat-Boy and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Renascence [1980] 32 no. 2: 89-104.

Safer, Elaine B. "The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth's Giles Goat-Boy and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 157-168. Article originally published in Renascence as The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth's Giles Goat-Boy and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow [1980] 32 no. 2: 89-104.

Safer, Elaine B. "The Tall Tale, the Absurd, and Black Humor in Thomas Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow." The Contemporary American Comic Epic: The Novels of Barth, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Kesey. Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1988]: 79-110.

Salazar, Rothman. "Historicizing Phrenology: Wordsworth, Pynchon, and the Discursive Economy of the Cranial Text." Raritan [1988] 8 : 80-91.

Sale, Roger. On not Being Good Enough: Writings of a Working Critic. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, United States [1979]: 107–108, 113–116.

Sale, Roger. "American Fiction in 1973." The Massachusetts Review [1973] 14 no. 4: 834-846.

Sales, Nancy Jo. "Meet Your Neighbor, Thomas Pynchon." New York [12 November 1996]: 60-64.

Sales, Nancy Jo. "Pynchon's Coming Home." The Guardian [6 December 1996]: T2. News originally published in New York as Meet Your Neighbor, Thomas Pynchon [12 November 1996]: 60-64.

Salm, Arthur. "A Screaming Comes Across the Sky (but Not a Photo)." San Diego Union-Tribune [8 February 2004]: Section Books: 2.

Salm, Arthur. "Vineland Offers Pure, Uncut Pynchon." San Diego Union-Tribune [26 January 1990]: C3.

Saltzman, Arthur. "'Cranks of Ev'ry Radius': Romancing the Line in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 63-72.

Salván, Paula Martín. "Ideas of Community in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 74-86. Online article.

Sanai, Cyrus M. "MacArthur Grants to 31." The Washington Post [19 July 1988]: D1, D10.

Sandbank, Shimon. After Kafka: The Influence of Kafka's Fiction. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1989]: 135, 144–148, 152.

Sanders, Mark. "The Politics of Literary Reinscription in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Critique [1997] 39 no. 1: 81-96.

Sanders, Scott. "Pynchon's Paranoid History." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 139-159. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 177-192.

Sanders, Scott. "Pynchon's Paranoid History." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 177-192.

Sanderson, Mark. "Review of Against the Day." The Sunday Telegraph [10 December 2006]: Seven: 53.

Santa Maria, Michael. "About Books: In Praise of Thomas Pynchon." English Journal [2006] 89 no. 6: 136-137.

Sante, Luc. "Inside the Time Machine." The New York Review of Books [11 January 2007] 54 no. 1. Online article.

Sante, Luc. "Long and Winding Line." New York [19 May 1997]: 65-66.

Sargent, J. J. "Grandma, Is That a Book or a Laptop?." Insouciance [1997] no. 5.

Sato, Yoshiaki. "Pynchon in Japan: A Bibliography." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8. Online article.

Saunders, Kate. "Reading Between the Lines." Sunday Times [21 January 1990]: G1.

Saussy, George S. The Oxter English Dictionary: Uncommon Words Used by Uncommonly Good Writers. Facts On File, New York, New York, United States [1984].

Sauter, Jim and Don Dietrich. "On the Phrase 'Ass Backwards'." Barefoot in the Head [1990]: Side 1, Track 3.

Sayres, Sohnya. "How We Have Learned to Stop Worrying." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 123-132. Online article.

Schaap, Dick. "No Return Address on the V-Mail." Book Week [10 May 1964]: 6.

Schachterle, Lance. "A Review Essay: Contemporary Literature and Science." Modern Language Studies [1987] 17 no. 2: 78–86.

Schachterle, Lance. "Bandwidth as Metaphor for Consciousness in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Literary Imagination [1989] 22 no. 1: 101-117.

Schachterle, Lance. "Information Entropy in Pynchon's Fiction." Configurations [Spring 1996] 4 no. 2: 185-214.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon and Cornell Engineering Physics, 1953-54." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 129-137. Online article.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon and the Civil Wars of Technology." Literature and Technology. Ed. Mark L. Greenberg and Lance Schachterle. Lehigh University Press, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States [1992]: 253–274.

Schachterle, Lance. "Pynchon on Latin Americans." Ometeca [1996] 3.1/2-4.1/2 : 270-279.

Schachterle, Lance. "Teaching Technology Through Contemporary Literature: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society [1988] 8 no. 2: 159-162.

Schachterle, Lance. "Technology, Pynchon, and the Meaning of Death." Technology and Literature. Ed. Stephen H. Cutcliffe. Lehigh University Press, Betlehem, Pennsylvania, United States [1986] 5 : 35–65.

Schachterle, Lance. "The Merits of William Pynchon, Merchant, Magistrate, and Progenitor (1590-1662)." The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, by William Pynchon [1650] : Facsimile edition. Ed. Louis Mackey, Lance Schachterle and Michael W. Vella. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1992]: xi-xviii.

Schad, John. "Why Wait for an Angel? Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." The Discerning Reader: Christian Perspectives on Literature and Theory. Ed. David Barratt. Baker, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States [1995]: 251-262.

Schaub, Thomas H. Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1981].

Schaub, Thomas H. American Fiction in the Cold War. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin, United States [1991]: 190-191.

Schaub, Thomas H. 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].

Schaub, Thomas H. "Atonalism, Nietzsche and Gravity's Rainbow: Pynchon's Use of German Music History and Culture." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2008] no. 54-55: 26-38. Online article.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Continuities, Echoes and Associations: Review of Reminiscence and Re-Creation in Contemporary American Fiction." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 135-138. Online article.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Influence and Incest: Relations between The Crying of Lot 49 and The Great Gatsby." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 139-153.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Lingering Hopes, Faltering Dreams: Marilynne Robinson and the Politics of Contemporary American Fiction." Traditions, Voices, and Dreams: The American Novel Since the 1960s. Ed. Melvin J. Friedman and Steven Showers. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [1995]: 298–321 (302-305).

Schaub, Thomas H. "Mythologies New and Old: Hume and Current Theory." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 110-115. Online article.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Open Letter in Response to Edward Mendelson's The Sacred, the Profane, and The Crying of Lot 49." Boundary 2 [2 1976] 5 no. 1: 93-101.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Part One: Materials." 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]: 1-10.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Plot, Ideology, and Compassion in Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 189-202.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Plot, Ideology, and Compassion in Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 189-202.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Preface to the Volume." 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]: ix-xiii.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Pynchon Heads North to the '60s." San Francisco Chronicle [21 January 1990]: Section Reviews: 1, 11.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Pynchon's Library." 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]: 31-38.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Slow Learner: Good Writing Seems a Long Time Coming." San Francisco Chronicle [27 May 1984]: 3, 9.

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Crying of Lot 49 and other California Novels." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 30-43.

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Crying of Lot 49: A Gentle Chill of Ambiguity." Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1981].

Schaub, Thomas H. "The Environmental Pynchon: Gravity's Rainbow and the Ecological Context." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 59-72. Online article.

Schaub, Thomas H. "Where Have We Been, Where are We Headed? A Retrospective View of Pynchon Criticism." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 5-21. Online article.

Schechter, Joel. "Pynchon Opens Nature Theater." Anderson Valley Advertiser [4 October 1995]: 12. Gossip originally published in Theater [with the same title] [1995] 26 no. 1-2: 181.

Schechter, Joel. "Pynchon Opens Nature Theater." Theater [1995] 26 no. 1-2: 181.

Scheer-Schäzler, Brigitte. "Language at the Vanishing Point: Some Notes on the Use of Language in Recent American Literature." Revue des Langues Vivantes [1976] 42 no. 5: 497–508.

Scheer-Schäzler, Brigitte. "Pynchon, Thomas." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century. Ed. Wolfgang Bernard Fleischmann. Ungar, New York, New York, United States [1971] 3 Volumes : 132-133.

Schell, David. "Engaging Foundational Narratives in Morrison's Paradise and Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." College Literature [2014] 41 no. 3: 69-94.

Schiessl, Michael. "Live Schaltung." Thomas Pynchon: Archiv - Verschwörung - Geschichte. Ed. Markus Krajewski and Bernhard Siegert. Verlag und Datenbank für Geisteswissenschaften, Weimar, Germany [2003]: 61-72.

Schieweg, Larissa S. "The Decline of the Baedeker Country: The Representation of Geographical and Cultural Identity in Pynchon's Novels." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2002] no. 50-51: 108-117. Online article.

Schillinger, Liesl. "Alternate Realities in Pynchon's Dream-Draped World." The International Herald Tribune [24 November 2006].

Schillinger, Liesl. "Dream Maps." New York Times [26 November 2006]. Review originally published in The International Herald Tribune as Alternate Realities in Pynchon's Dream-Draped World [24 November 2006].

Schinto, Jeanne. "Reading, Or a Club Of One." Christian Science Monitor [16 October 1986]: 34.

Schirmeister, Pamela. "Conclusion: Pynchon and the Zone." The Consolations of Space: The Place of Romance in Hawthorne, Melville, and James. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, California, United States [1990]: 167-185.

Schlegel, Keith W. "The Rebellion of the Coprophages." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 170-177. Online article.

Schlueter, Paul. "Review of Christian Allusions in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Christianity and Literature [1990] 39 no. 3: 351–352.

Schmidt, Peter. "Line, Vortex, and Mound: On First Reading Thomas Pynchon's Mason and Dixon." Swarthmore University [2001]. Online article.

Schmitz, Neil. "Describing the Demon: The Appeal of Thomas Pynchon." Partisan Review [1975] 42 no. 1: 112-125.

Schmitz, Neil. "Thomas Pynchon and His Witty, Weary Land Surveyors." The Buffalo News [11 May 1997]: 7F.

Schmitz, Will. "A Poem for Thomas Pynchon." Broadside [1975].

Schmundt-Thomas, Georg. "America's Germany and the Pseudo-Origins of Manned Spaceflight in Gravity's Rainbow." Germany and German Thought in American Literature and Cultural Criticism. Ed. Peter Freese. Blaue Eule, Essen, Germany [1990]: 337–353.

Schmundt-Thomas, Georg. "Grab-bagging in Gravity's Rainbow: Incidental (Further) Notes and Sources." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 91-95. Online article.

Schnakenberg, Robert. "Thomas Pynchon." Secret Lives of Great Authors: What Your Teachers Never Told You About Famous Novelists, Poets, and Playwrights. Quirk Books, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2008]: 284-289.

Schneider, Howard. "Review of Against the Day." The Humanist [May - June 2007]: 42-43.

Scholes, Robert. Fabulation and Metafiction. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1979]: 4, 142, 206, 208–209.

Schrapnel, B. M. W., Ph.D.. "Adventures in Etymology." Oasis [1997] 5 no. 4: 21-36.

Schroeder, Ralph. "From Puritanism to Paranoia: Trajectories of History in Weber and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 69-80. Online article.

Schroeder, Ralph. "Weber, Pynchon and the American Prospect." Max Weber Studies [2001] 1 no. 2: 161-177.

Schroeder, Randall G. "Inheriting Chaos: Burroughs, Pynchon, Sterling, Rucker." Extrapolation [2002] 43 no. 1: 89-97.

Schuber, Stephen P. "Rereading Pynchon: Negative Entropy and 'Entropy'." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 47-60. Online article.

Schuber, Stephen P. "Textual Orbits/Orbiting Criticism: Deconstructing Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 65-74. Online article.

Schulz, Max F. Black Humor: Fiction of the Sixties. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1973]: 61–64, 77–82, 143–145.

Schütz, Erhard. "Pynchon, Thomas." Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Annual 1991. Ed. Robert A. Collins and Robert Latham. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 480-481.

Schwab, Gabriele. "Carnivalesque Apocalypse of the Holy Text: Gravity's Rainbow." Subjects without Selves: Transitional Texts in Modern Fiction. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [1994]: 172-207. Article originally published in Entgrenzungen und Entgrenzungsmythen: Zur Subjektivität im modernen Roman as Gravity's Rainbow oder die Lust an der Karnevalisierung des Heiligen Textes [1987]: 170-200.

Schwab, Gabriele. "Creative Paranoia and Frost Patterns of White Words: Making Sense in and of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 97-111. Article originally published in Center for Twentieth Century Studies: Working Paper [with the same title] [1985] no. 4: 1-19.

Schwab, Gabriele. "Creative Paranoia and Frost Patterns of White Words: Making Sense in and of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Making Sense: The Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffman. Fink, Munich, Germany [1989]: 288–305. Article originally published in Center for Twentieth Century Studies: Working Paper [with the same title] [1985] no. 4: 1-19.

Schwab, Gabriele. "Creative Paranoia and Frost Patterns of White Words: Making Sense in and of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Center for Twentieth Century Studies [1985] no. 4: 1-19.

Schwan, Helke. "The Light Bulb Fake." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 121-133. Online article. Note originally published in Tageszeitung as The Gluhbirnen-Fake [Sondernummber Buchmesse 1983]: 9-11. Translated from German into English by Erich Ritter

Schwartz, John. "The Mind of a Missile." Newsweek [18 February 1991]: 40–43 (41).

Schwartz, Richard A. "Thomas Pynchon and the Evolution of Fiction." Science Fiction Studies [1981] 8 no. 2: 165-172.

Schwartzman, John. "Art, Science, and Change in Western Society." Ethos [1977] 5 no. 3: 239-262.

Schwartzman, John. "Paradox, Play and Post-Modern Fiction." Play and Culture: 1978 Proceedings of the Association for the Anthropological Study of Play.. Ed. Helen B. Schwartzman. Leisure, West Point, New York, United States [1980]: 38-48 (41, 42–46).

Schwarzbach, F. S. "A Matter of Gravity." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 56-67. Article originally published in New Review as Pynchon's Gravity [1976] 3 no. 27: 39-43.

Schwarzbach, F. S. "Pynchon's Gravity." New Review [1976] 3 no. 27: 39-43.

Schwenger, Peter. "Chapter 1: Hiroshima in the Morning." Letter Bomb: Nuclear Holocaust and the Exploding Word. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [1992]: 57–67, 84–85, 147–148.

Schwenger, Peter. "Hiroshima in the Morning." Thinking Bodies. Ed. Juliet Flower MacCannell. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, California, United States [1994]: 109–119, 242–243. Article originally published in Letter Bomb: Nuclear Holocaust and the Exploding Word as Chapter 1: Hiroshima in the Morning [1992]: 57–67, 84–85, 147–148.

Sciolino, Martina. "Objects of the Postmodern 'Masters': Subject-in-Simulation/Woman-in-Effect." Men Writing the Feminine: Literature, Theory, and the Question of Gender. Ed. Thaïs E. Morgan. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York, United States [1994]: 157–171.

Scott Coe, Justin M. "Haunting and Hunting: Bodily Resurrection and the Occupation of History in Thomas 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]: 147-169.

Scott Coe, Justin M. "Haunting and Hunting: Bodily Resurrection and the Occupation of History in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Reconstruction [2002] 2 no. 1: 27 pars.

Scott, J. K. L. "V., Vian, and Variants: Thomas Pynchon and Le Déserteur." French Studies Bulletin [1999] no. 71: 6-8.

Scott, Jay. "Vineland Proves Pynchon a Master." Chatelaine [May 1990]: 12.

Scott, Nathan A. ""New Heav'ns, New Earth": The Landscape of Contemporary Apocalypse." The Journal of Religion [January 1973] 53 no. 1: 1-35 (24-26, 31).

Scotto, Robert M. Three Contemporary Novelists: An Annotated Bibliography of Works by and About John Hawkes, Joseph Heller, and Thomas Pynchon. Garland, New York, New York, United States [1977].

Seaman, Donna. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Booklist [15 April 1997]: 1365.

Sears, Julie C. "Black and White Rainbows and Blurry Lines: Sexual Deviance/Diversity in Gravity's Rainbow and Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 108-121.

Seed, David. Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [1988].

Seed, David. "A Borrowing from Joyce in The Crying of Lot 49." Notes on Modern American Literature [1982] 6 no. 3: Item 17.

Seed, David. "Contemporary Trends in Western American Fiction." A Literary History of the American West. Ed. Thomas R. Lyons. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, United States [1987]: 1182–1201 (1188–89).

Seed, David. "Further Notes and Sources for Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 25-36. Online article.

Seed, David. "In Pursuit of the Receding Plot: Some American Postmodernists." Postmodernism and Contemporary Fiction. Ed. Edmund J. Smyth. Batsford, London, United Kingdom [1991]: 36–53 (48-52).

Seed, David. "Mapping the Course of Empire in the New World." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 84-99.

Seed, David. "Media System in The Crying of Lot 49." American Postmodernity: Essays on the Recent Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 15-33.

Seed, David. "Naming and Identity in Modern American Fiction." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1990] 20 no. 2: 120–137 (128–132).

Seed, David. "Naming in Pynchon and Joyce." James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium. Ed. Morris Beja. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1986]: 47–56.

Seed, David. "Order in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 157-174. Article originally published in Journal of Narrative Technique [with the same title] [1981] 11 no. 2: 135-153.

Seed, David. "Order in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 135-153. Article originally published in Journal of Narrative Technique [with the same title] [1981] 11 no. 2: 135-153.

Seed, David. "Order in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Journal of Narrative Technique [1981] 11 no. 2: 135-153.

Seed, David. "Pynchon in Watts." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 54-60. Online article.

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Herero." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 37-44. Online article.

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Intertexts." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 112-120.

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Names: Some Further Considerations." Pynchon Notes [June 1981] no. 6: 41-43. Online article.

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Textual Revisions of The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 27-39. Online article.

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Two Tchitcherines." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 5: 11-12. Online article.

Seed, David. "Pynchon, Joseph Heller, and V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 127. Online article.

Seed, David. "Review of A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49." Journal of American Studies [1996] 30 no. 1: 182-183.

Seed, David. "Review of Beyond and Beneath the Mantle (and John Updike)." Journal of American Studies [1990] 24 no. 2: 288–289.

Seed, David. "Review of Pynchon Notes 42-43 [Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity's Rainbow]." EAAS [[2001] s.d.].

Seed, David. "Review of Pynchon: The Voice of Ambiguity." Modern Language Review [1983] 78 : 702-704.

Seed, David. "Review of Slow Learner." [1985] 38 no. 4: 488–489.

Seed, David. "Review of The Contemporary American Comic Epic." Modern Language Review [1990] 85 no. 4: 939–941.

Seed, David. "Revisiting Postmodernism: Review of Constructing Postmodernism." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 205-209. Online article.

Seed, David. "The Central Asian Uprising of 1916." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 49-53. Online article.

Seed, David. "The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon." Critical Quarterly [1976] 18 no. 4: 73-81.

Seed, David. "Thomas Hooker in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Modern American Literature [1984] 8 no. 3: Item 15.

Seidel, Michael. "The Satiric Plots of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 193-212.

Seligman, Craig. "New Pynchon Lacks Fire." The Detroit Free Press [24 December 2006].

Seligman, Craig. "Pynchon's psyche-out." Tulsa World [8 August 2009].

Serpell, C. Namwali. "Mutual Exclusion, Oscillation, and Ethical Projection in The Crying of Lot 49 and The Turn of the Screw." Narrative [2008] 16 no. 3: 223–255.

Serpell, C. Namwali. "Oscillation: Thomas Pynchon, The Crying of Lot 49 (1966)." Seven Modes of Uncertainty. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States [April 2014]: 45-78.

Serracino-Inglott, Peter. "Historic Truth and Poetic Truth: Between Pynchon and Braudel." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: 67-73.

Serracino-Inglott, Peter. "Pynchon and an International Dimension of the Sette Giugno." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: 55-66.

Serracino-Inglott, Peter. "The Faustus of Malta: An Interface of Fact and Fiction in Pynchon's V.." Individual and Community in Commonwealth Literature. Ed. Daniel Massa. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1979]: 224–237.

Serracino-Inglott, Peter. "The Faustus of Malta: Fact and Fiction in Pynchon's V.." Pynchon, Malta and Wittgenstein. Ed. Petra Bianchi, Arnold Cassola and Peter Serracino-Inglott. Malta University Publications, Msida, Malta [1995]: 39-54. Article originally published in Individual and Community in Commonwealth Literature as The Faustus of Malta: An Interface of Fact and Fiction in Pynchon's V. [1979]: 224–237.

Servain, Cyril. "Noise and Parasitism in Pynchon's V.." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 147-172.

Severs, Jeffrey. ""A City of the Future": Gravity’s Rainbow and the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair." Twentieth Century Literature [2016] 62 no. 2: 145-169.

Severs, Jeffrey. ""Homer Is My Role Model": Father-Schlemihls, Sentimental Families, and Pynchon's Affinities with The Simpsons." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender. Ed. Ali Chetwynd, Joanna Freer and Georgios Maragos. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [15 November 2018]: 194-208.

Severs, Jeffrey. "'The abstractions she was instructed to embody': Women, Capitalism, and Artistic Representation in Against the Day." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 191-214.

Severs, Jeffrey. "In Fascism's Footprint: The History of 'Creeping' and Vineland's Poetics." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 212-228. Online article.

Severs, Jeffrey. "Review: Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Austin American-Statesman [2 August 2009].

Seymour-Smith, Martin. The New Guide to Modern World Literature. Peter Bedrick Books, New York, New York, United States [1985]: 146.

Seymour-Smith, Martin. "Spinning Tall Tales." The Financial Times [19 January 1985]: 12.

Shapiro, Steven G. "Teaching Modernism and Postmodernism in a Values Elective." English Journal [1992] 81 no. 1: 60–63 (62).

Shelden, Michael. "How the World Caught Up with Pynchon." The Daily Telegraph [7 December 2006]: News: 20.

Sheppard, Robert Z. "V. Squared." Time [5 March 1973].

Sherard, Tracey L. "The Birth of the Female Subject in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 60-74. Online article.

Sherman, David R. "A Case Study in Legal Deconstruction: History, Community and Authority in The Crying of Lot 49." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 640-663. Online article.

Sherwood , Jesse E. "Pynchon's Wild West: The American Myth in Against the Day and Other Works." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Shields, David. "Mysterious Mr. Pynchon." The Seattle Times [14 January 1990]: L7.

Shimura, Masao. "Pynchon and Faulkner." Faulkner: After the Nobel Prize. Ed. Michel Gresset and Kenzaburo Ohashi. Yamaguchi, Kyoto, Japan [1987]: 282-303.

Shindler, Dorman T. "Flight of Fancy: Pynchon's in Top Form with Airborne Satire." The Denver Post [10 December 2006]: F11. Online article.

Shindler, Dorman T. "Mason & Dixon Maps Pynchon's Line on History." The Denver Post [4 May 1997]: 6E.

Shippey, Tom. "The Pynchon Line." Times Literary Supplement [6 June 1997]: 25.

Shorris, Earl. "The Worldly Palimpsest of Thomas Pynchon." Harper's Magazine [June 1973]: 78-81.

Siegel, Jason. "Meatspace is Cyberspace: The Pynchonian Posthuman in Bleeding Edge." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 2. Online article.

Siegel, Jules. "Interview with Christine Wexler." Blue Ear [14 June 1999].

Siegel, Jules. "Pit Bull Journalism: Why Does the American Press Hate Joyce Maynard?." Blue Ear [14 June 1999].

Siegel, Jules. "The Dark Triumvirate." Cavalier [August 1965]: 14–16, 90–91.

Siegel, Jules. "Who Is Thomas Pynchon . . . And Why Did He Take Off With My Wife?." Playboy [March 1977]: 97, 122, 168-170, 172, 174.

Siegel, Mark R. Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow. Kennikat Press, Port Washington, New York, United States [1978].

Siegel, Mark R. "A Point Beyond Degree Zero: A Rebuttal of Khachig Tölölyan." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 26-27. Online article.

Siegel, Mark R. "Creative Paranoia: Understanding the System of Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 39-54.

Siegel, Mark R. "Pynchon's Anti-Quests." Pynchon Notes [June 1980] no. 3: 5-9. Online article.

Siegel, Mark R. "Pynchon's Legal Landscape: Justice in Mason & Dixon." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 438-447. Online article.

Siegel, Mark R. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Journal of Popular Culture [1998] 31 no. 4: 176-177.

Siegel, Mark R. "Thomas Pynchon and the Science Fiction Controversy." Pynchon Notes [October 1981] no. 7: 38-42. Online article.

Sigvardson, Joakim. Immanence and Transcendence in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: A Phenomenological Study. Almqvist & Wiksell, Stockholm, Sweden [2002].

Simberloff, Daniel. "Entropy, Information and Life: Biophysics in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Perspectives in Biology and Medicine [1978] 4 no. 21: 617-625.

Simmon, Scott A. "A Character Index: Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1974] 16 no. 2: 54-67.

Simmon, Scott A. "Beyond the Theatre of War: Gravity's Rainbow as Film." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 124-139. Article originally published in Literature/Film Quarterly [with the same title] [1978] 4 no. 6: 347-363.

Simmon, Scott A. "Beyond the Theatre of War: Gravity's Rainbow as Film." Literature/Film Quarterly [1978] 4 no. 6: 347-363.

Simmon, Scott A. "Gravity's Rainbow Described." Critique [1974] 16 no. 2: 54-67.

Simmons, Philip E. "Pynchon: Enlightenment at the Movies, Revolution on the Tube." Deep Surfaces: Mass Culture & History in Postmodern American Fiction. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1997]: 147–181.

Simon, Louis P. "Profane Illuminations: Benny Profane, Herbert Stencil and Walter Benjamin's 'Fl." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 172-178. Online article.

Simonetti, Paolo. "A Mystery's Redemption: Thomas Pynchon and the Inherent Vice of Detective Fiction." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013]: 287-296.

Simonetti, Paolo. "Chapter Eight. 'He Could Go to Malta and Possibly End It': Malta as 'Prime Location' in The Epilogue of V.." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 153-172.

Simonetti, Paolo. "Historical Fiction After 9/11: Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day." Modern Language Studies [Summer 2011] 41 no. 1: 26-41.

Simonetti, Paolo. "Introduction: Dream Tonight of Thomas Pynchon." Dream Tonight of Peacock Tails: Essays on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Thomas Pynchon’s V.. Ed. Umberto Rossi and Paolo Simonetti. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom [1 August 2015]: 1.

Simonetti, Paolo. "Like Metaphor, Only Different." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 56-64. Online article.

Simonetti, Paolo. "Portrait of the Artist as an Undergraduate Prankster: Images of Youth in Pynchon's Writing." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 193-222.

Simons, John L. "No Mean Accomplishment: Review of Christian Allusions in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 133-134. Online article.

Simons, John L. "Third Story Man: Biblical Irony in Thomas Pynchon's 'Entropy'." Studies in Short Fiction [1977] 14 no. 1: 88-93.

Simons, Jon. "Postmodern Paranoia? Pynchon and Jameson." Paragraph [2000] 23 no. 2: 207-221.

Singer, Barry. "Buy the Latest Pynchon, Get Spike Jones Free." New York [21 March 1995]: 23.

Singleton, Ruth. "Review of Mason & Dixon." New York Law Journal [8 July 1997]: 2.

Sinkler, Rebecca. "The Gray Lady and the 'P' Word." Columbia Journalism Review [1995] 33 no. 6: 69–70.

Skarzenski, Donald. "Enzian and the Octopus: Fact in Pynchon's Fiction." Notes on Modern American Literature [1977] 1 no. 4: Item 35.

Skea, Ann. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Eclectica [1998] 2 no. 5. Online article.

Skenazy, Paul. "History as Mystery, or Who Killed L.A.?." Los Angeles in Fiction. Ed. David Fine. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States [1984]: 223–41 (239–40).

Skenazy, Paul. "Pynchon Draws The Line: Cult Novelist is All Over the Map With His Huge, Antic Mason and Dixon." San Francisco Chronicle [27 April 1997]: Section Reviews: 1. Online article.

Skenazy, Paul. "Unfinished Business: Pynchon's Vineland." Enclitic [1995] 11 no. 4: 85-93.

Sklar, Robert. "An Anarchist Miracle: The Novels of Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]. Article originally published in The Nation as The New Novel USA: Thomas Pynchon [25 September 1967]: 277–280.

Sklar, Robert. "The New Novel USA: Thomas Pynchon." The Nation [25 September 1967]: 277–280.

Skredsvig, Kari Meyers. "Pynchon's Parable: The American Dream in The Crying of Lot 49." Revista de Filología y Lingüística [1992] 18 no. 1: 39-44.

Slade, Joseph W. Thomas Pynchon. Warner Books, New York, New York, United States [1974].

Slade, Joseph W. Thomas Pynchon. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1974].

Slade, Joseph W. "'Entropy' and Other Calamities." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 69-86.

Slade, Joseph W. "Communication, Group Theory, and Perception in Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 68-88. Article originally published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction [with the same title] [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 126-144.

Slade, Joseph W. "Communication, Group Theory, and Perception in Vineland." Critique [Winter 1990] 32 no. 2: 126-144.

Slade, Joseph W. "Escaping Rationalization: Options for the Self in Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1977] 18 no. 3: 27-38.

Slade, Joseph W. "From Cabals to Post-Structural Kabbalah (Review)." Pynchon Notes [October 1982] no. 10: 58-62. Online article.

Slade, Joseph W. "Religion, Psychology, Sex, and Love in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 153-198.

Slade, Joseph W. "Review of Pynchon's Mythography, and The Style of Connectedness." Modern Fiction Studies [1988] 34 no. 4: 665-666.

Slade, Joseph W. "Review of Signs and Symptoms." Technology and Culture [1984] 25 no. 4: 902–903.

Slade, Joseph W. "Review of The Gnostic Pynchon." South Atlantic Review [1992] 57 no. 1: 149–151.

Slade, Joseph W. "Rockets and Rationalization: Science and Technology in Nazi Germany and Thomas Pynchon." Dimensions [1996] 10 no. 2: 39–44.

Slade, Joseph W. "Thomas Pynchon, Postindustrial Humanist." Technology and Culture [1982] 23 no. 1: 53-72.

Slade, Joseph W. "Thomas Pynchon." American Writing Today. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. Whitston, Troy, New York, United States [1991]: 436–446.

Slade, Joseph W. "Thomas Pynchon." American Writing Today. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. ICAF, Washington, D.C., United States [1982] no. Volume II: 210–221.

Slethaug, Gordon E. Beautiful Chaos: Chaos Theory and Metachaotics in Recent American Fiction. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York, United States [2000]: 13–14, 29–32, 34–36, 38–44.

Slethaug, Gordon E. "Binary Intersubjectivity: Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Play of the Double in Postmodern American Fiction. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, United States [1993]: 52–92, 205–07.

Slung, Michele. "Book Report: Early Pynchon." Book World [11 March 1984]: 15.

Slung, Michele. "Book Report: Side Bets." Book World [14 February 1982]: 15.

Smetak, Jacqueline R. "Thomas Pynchon's 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna': Major Themes in an Early Work." Iowa Journal of Literary Studies [1983] 4 no. 1: 65-76.

Smetak, Jacqueline R. "Thomas Pynchon's Short Stories and Jung's Concept of the Anima." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology [1990] 11 no. 1-2: 178–194.

Smetak, Jacqueline R. "Who's Talking Here: Finding the Voice in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 93-103. Online article.

Smith, Carlton and Deborah Paes de Barros. "Singing in the (Post-Apocalyptic) Rain: Some High/Low Notes on Post/postmodernism and Contemporary American Fiction." American Studies International [1995] 33 no. 1: 1–18 (13–15).

Smith, Evans L. Figuring Poesis: A Mythical Geometry of Postmodernism. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1997]: 46–47, 110–113, 179–180, 184R.

Smith, Evans L. Thomas Pynchon and the Postmodern Mythology of the Underworld. Peter Lang, Bern, Switserland [2012].

Smith, Evans L. "Postmodernist Grail Quests: Leonora Carrington, Umberto Eco, and Thomas Pynchon." Mythosphere [1999] 1 no. 4: 507–522.

Smith, Evans L. "The Arthurian Underworld of Modernism: Thomas Mann, Thomas Pynchon and Robertson Davies." Arthurian Interpretations [1990] no. 4: 50-64.

Smith, Herbert F. "Integrating Chaos: The Crying of Lot 49." The Locus of Meaning: Six Hyperdimensional Fictions. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada [1994]: 155-170.

Smith, Jared. "All Maps Were Useless: Resisting Genre and Recovering Spirituality in Pynchon's Against the Day." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Smith, Kyle W. "Pre Cold War British Spy Fiction, the “albatross of self” and lines of flight in Gravity’s Rainbow." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Smith, Kyle. "Review of Mason & Dixon." People [19 May 1997]: 50.

Smith, Kyle. "Serving Interests Invisible: Mason & Dixon, British Spy Fiction, and the Specters of Imperialism." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 183-198.

Smith, Mack L. "The Paracinematic Reality of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [June 1982] no. 9: 17-37. Online article.

Smith, Mack L. "The Postmodern Subject in the Paracinematic Reality of Gravity's Rainbow." Literary Realism and the Ekphrastic Tradition. University of Pennsylvania Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, United States [1995]: 195–237 (and 34-36, 40).

Smith, Marcus and Khachig Tölölyan. "The New Jeremiad: Gravity's Rainbow." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 169-186.

Smith, Marcus and Khachig Tölölyan. "The New Jeremiad: Gravity's Rainbow." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 139-155. Article originally published in Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon [with the same title] [1981]: 169-186.

Smith, Marcus. "A Visit to Vineland Well Worth the Wait." Times-Picayune [21 January 1990]: E6-E7.

Smith, Marcus. "V. and The Maltese Falcon: A Connection?." Pynchon Notes [February 1980] no. 2: 6. Online article.

Smith, Shawn. Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Shawn. "Gravity's Rainbow: Wrecking the Elegant Rooms of History." Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Shawn. "Pynchon and History: An Overview." Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Shawn. "Simulated History: Vineland and Postmodern America." Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Shawn. "Truth and Falsity Don't Apply: V. and the Historiographic Method." Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Shawn. "Westward the Course of Empire: Mason & Dixon and the Rewriting of the American Romance." Pynchon and History: Metahistorical Rhetoric and Postmodern Narrative form in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2005].

Smith, Steven. "Thomas Pynchon - A Passion for Secrecy." Ransom News [2001] 8 no. 2.

Smith, Thomas S. "Performing in the Zone: The Presentation of Historical Crisis in Gravity's Rainbow." Clio [1983] 12 no. 3: 245–260.

Snart, Jason. "Disorder and Entropy in Pynchon's Entropy and Lefebvre's The Production of Space." CLCWeb [2001] 3 no. 4: 20 pars. Online article.

Snider, Burr. "Stalking Pynchon up in Vineland." San Francisco Examiner [25 March 1990]: A1, A20.

Snider, Norman. "Aging Dopers and the Vanities of the Left." The Globe and Mail [20 January 1990]: C16.

Sol, Adam. "Questions of Mastery in Alice Walker's The Temple of My Familiar." Critique [2002] 43 no. 4: 393–404 (393–396, 402).

Solberg, Sara M. "On Comparing Apples and Oranges: James Joyce and Thomas Pynchon." Comparative Literature Studies [1979] 16 no. 1: 33-40. Online article.

Solomon, Eric. "Argument by Anachronism: The Presence of the 1930s in Pynchon's Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 161-166.

Solomon, William. "Secret Integrations: Black Humor and the Critique of Whiteness." Modern Fiction Studies [2003] 49 no. 3: 469-495 (480-484 and passim).

Sorfa, David. "'Small Comfort': Significance and the Uncanny in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1993] no. 32-33: 75-85. Online article.

Sorrentino, Christopher. "Post-modern Pynchon: The Novelist Considers Modern Times." Los Angeles Times [19 November 2006]. Online article.

Soules, Terrill S. "What to Think about Gravity's Rainbow." Esquire [October 1980]: 104-107.

Spanos, William V. Repetitions: The Postmodern Occasion in Literature and Culture. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [1987]: 170, 182, 261, 275.

Spanos, William V. The Errant Art of Moby-Dick: The Canon, the Cold War, and the Struggle for American Studies. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, United States [1995]: 164-166, 184.

Spanos, William V. "Thomas Pynchon's Spectral Politic." Contemporary Literature [2003] 44 no. 4: 727-736.

Spencer, Nicholas P. "Clausewitz and Pynchon: Post-Romantic War in Gravity's Rainbow." Prometheus [s.d.].

Spencer, Nicholas P. "Realizing Abstract Space: Thomas Pynchon and William Gaddis." After Utopia: The Rise of Critical Space in Twentieth-Century American Fiction. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States [2006]: 139–178, 242–246 and passim.

Spencer, Nicholas P. "The 'Law' of Simulated War in Gravity's Rainbow." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3: 680-695. Online article.

Spiridon, Monica. "Memories of a Post-Metropolis: 'Torre e Tasso' across the Atlantic." Sites of Exchange: European Crossroads and Faultines. Ed. Maurizio Ascari. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2006]: 197-205.

Sprinker, Michael. "'Entropy'." Masterplots II: American Fiction Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986] 2 : 709-711.

Sprinker, Michael. "Entropy." Masterplots II: Short Story Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1986]: 709-711.

St. Clair, Justin. "Binocular Disparity and Pynchon's Panoramic Paradigm." Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide. Ed. Christopher Leise and Jeffrey Severs. University of Delaware Press, Newark, Delaware, United States [2011]: 67-88.

St. Clair, Justin. "Pynchon's Postmodern Legacy, or Why Irony Is Still Relevant." Los Angeles Review of Books [21 September 2013]. Online article.

St. John, Edward B. "Review of Vineland." Library Journal [1 February 1990]: 108.

St. John, Warren. "The Secret Selling of Thomas Pynchon." New York Observer [2 June 1997]: 1, 29.

Staes, Toon. "'When You Come to a Fork in the Road' - Marcuse, Intellectual Subversion and Negative Thought in Gravity's Rainbow and Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 97-112.

Stahlberg, Lawrence. "The Calculus of Semantics and the Possibilities of Metaphor: Technology and Morality in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon." Humanities and Technology [1980] no. 1: 18-25.

Stark, John O. Pynchon's Fictions: Thomas Pynchon and the Literature of Information. Ohio University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1980].

Stark, John O. "The Arts and Sciences of Thomas Pynchon." Twayne Companion to Contemporary Literature in English from the Editors of The Hollins Critic. Ed. Amanda Cockrell and R. H. W. Dillard. Twayne Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, United States [2003] no. Volume 2: 227–236. Article originally published in The Hollins Critic [with the same title] [1975] 12 no. 4: 1-13.

Stark, John O. "The Arts and Sciences of Thomas Pynchon." The Hollins Critic [1975] 12 no. 4: 1-13.

Stark, John O. "Thomas Pynchon." Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 2. Ed. Jeffrey Helterman. Gale, Detroit, Michigan, United States [1978]: 411–417.

Startle, William. "Review of Books of the Year." The Sunday Telegraph [14 December 1997]: Section Books: 14.

Steigbigel, Matt. "Inherent Vice." Playboy [22 July 2009].

Stein, Joel. "Longer than the Civil War." Time Out [24 April-1 May 1997]: 52.

Stein, Joel. "The Case for Thomas Pynchon." Time [9 July 2001]: 50.

Steinberg, Sybil S. "Review of Mason & Dixon." Publishers' Weekly [14 April 1997]: 56.

Steiner, Wendy. "Collage Or Miracle: Historicism in a Deconstructed World." Reconstructing American Literary History. Ed. Sacvan Bercovitch. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Connecticut, United States [1986]: 323–351 (passim).

Steiner, Wendy. "Knowing and Being Known." Times Literary Supplement [28 July-3 August 1989]: 817.

Steiner, Wendy. "Look Who's Modern Now." New York Times Book Review [10 October 1990]: 18-19.

Steiner, Wendy. "Postmodern Fictions, 1970-1990." The Cambridge History of American Literature. Volume 7: Prose Writing, 1940-1990. Ed. Sacvan Bercovitch. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [1999]: 425–538 (468–479 and passim).

Steiner, Wendy. "Pynchon and Pictures." Journal of Philosophy and the Visual Arts [1989]: 28–33.

Steiner, Wendy. "Pynchon's Progress: Dopeheads Revisited." The Independent [3 February 1990]: 30.

Steiner, Wendy. "The Liberating Maze." Times Literary Supplement [25 November 1988]: 1305.

Stern, Jerome H. "The Interfaces of Gravity's Rainbow." Dismisura [1980] no. 39-50: 51-57.

Stern, Megan. "Gravity's Rainbow and the Newton/Goethe Colour Controversy." Science as Culture [1993] no. 4: 244-260.

Stevens, Brenton H. "'Look! Up in the Sky! It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's . . . Rocketman!': Pynchon's Comic Book Mythology in Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in Popular Culture [1997] 19 no. 3: 37-48.

Stevens-Larré, LeAnn. "V. as Archive." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Gilles Chamerois and Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd. Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpelllier, France [2014]: 129-146.

Stevenson, Randall. "Greenwich Meanings: Clocks and Things in Modernist and Postmodernist Fiction." Yearbook of English Studies [2000] 30 .

Stevick, Philip. Alternative Pleasures. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1981]: 12, 26–27, 76, 103, 104–105, 110, 116,.

Stevick, Philip. "Literature." The Postmodern Moment: A Handbook of Contemporary Innovation in the Arts. Ed. Stanley Trachtenberg. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, United States [1985]: 135–156 (passim).

Stickney, John. "A Reader's Guide to Thomas Pynchon." Mademoiselle [December 1974]: 27, 38.

Stimpson, Catherine R. "Pre-Apocalyptic Atavism: Thomas Pynchon's Early Fiction." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 31-47.

Stimpson, Catherine R. "Pre-Apocalyptic Atavism: Thomas Pynchon's Early Fiction." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 77-92. Article originally published in Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon [with the same title] [1976]: 31-47.

Stockton, Sharon. "The Disappearing Female Body and the New Worker: John Barth, William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, Nicholson Baker, and Thomas Pynchon." The Economics of Fantasy: Rape in Twentieth-Century Literature. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [2006]: 136–52.

Stoltzfus, Ben. "The Aesthetics of Nouveau Roman and Innovative Fiction." The International Fiction Review [1983] 10 no. 2: 108–116 (passim).

Stonehill, Brian. "Paradoxical Pynchon, or, The Real World Inside Gravity's Rainbow." The Self-Conscious Novel: Artifice in Fiction from Joyce to Pynchon. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [1988]: 141-156.

Stonehill, Brian. "Pynchon's Prophecies of Cyberspace." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 11-19. Online article.

Stonehill, Brian. "Pynchons profetior om cyberrymden." Bonniers Litterära Magasin [1997] 66 no. 3: 52-58. Article originally published in Pynchon Notes as Pynchon's Prophecies of Cyberspace [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 11-19. Translated from English into English by Hans-Jacob Nilsson

Stonumn, Gary L. "Serious Author Shows a Fun Side." The Plain Dealer [21 January 1990]: 9I.

Stonumn, Gary L. "Serious Author Shows a Fun Side." The Plain Dealer [24 January 1990]: 9I.

Storey, Phillip. "William Slothrop: Gentleman." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 61-70. Online article.

Stowe, Jay. "Off the Record." New York Observer [15 April 1996]: 6.

Stowe, William W. "Confronting Mystery with Method." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 86-90. Online article.

Strandberg, Victor. "Dimming the Enlightenment: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Pynchon and Mason & Dixon. Ed. Brooke K. Horvath and Irving Malin. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, United States [2000]: 100-111.

Strauss, Neil. "Literary Roots of Grunge." New York Times [2 February 1996]: B2.

Strauss, Neil. "The Recluse and the Obscure Band." New York Times [16 November 1995]: C18.

Strehle, Susan. "Actualism: Pynchon's Debt to Nabokov." Contemporary Literature [1983] 24 no. 1: 30-50.

Strehle, Susan. "Pynchon's 'Elaborate Game of Doubles' in Vineland." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 101-118.

Strehle, Susan. "Thomas Pynchon: Gravity's Rainbow and the Fiction of Quantum Continuity." Fiction in the Quantum Universe. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States [1992]: 23–26, 27–65, 233–237.

Streitfeld, David. "Book Report: Tracking Mr. Pynchon." Book World [12 March 1989]: 15.

Streitfeld, David. "Book Report: Vidal the Tease." Book World [9 August 1992]: 15.

Streitfeld, David. "Letter from the ABA." Book World [9 June 1991]: 19.

Streitfeld, David. "The Latest Line On Thomas Pynchon." The Washington Post [21 October 1996]: D1.

Streitfeld, David. "The Vanishing Act of Thomas Pynchon: After 17 Years, a Novel from the Reclusive Author." The Washington Post [6 December 1989]: D1, D16-D17.

Streitfeld, David. "Vineland Ends Thomas Pynchon's Literary Silence, but Not Mystery." Los Angeles Times [10 December 1989]: E6-E8. Review originally published in The Washington Post as The Vanishing Act of Thomas Pynchon: After 17 Years, a Novel from the Reclusive Author [6 December 1989]: D1, D16-D17.

Stroud, Jenn. "The Physics of Pynchon." American Physical Society News [May 2000]: 4.

Styhre, Alexander. "Thomas Pynchon and the Scrambling of Literary Codes: Implications for Organization Theory." ephemera [2004] 4 no. 4: 315–327.

Styron, William. "Presentation to Thomas Pynchon of the Howells Medal for Fiction of the Academy." Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters [1976] 2nd series no. 26: 43-46.

Sujo, Aly. "Rushdie Defends Recluse in Book Review." The Globe and Mail [11 January 1990]: A15.

Sullivan, Lorana. "The Makings of a Mystery Writer." The Daily Telegraph [3 May 1997]: 7.

Sullivan, Phil. "Gravity's Rainbow." Survey of Contemporary Literature, Revised Edition. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1977]: 5:3087-3091.

Sullivan, Richard. "Celebrate, Celebrate: Review of The Life of the Party." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 194-197. Online article.

Surfus, Bonnie L. "Strange Attractors in Pynchon's Vineland." Henry Street [1995] 5 no. 1: 19-38.

Sutherland, J. A. Fiction and the Fiction Industry. Athlone, London, United Kingdom [1978]: 169-170.

Swanson, Roy A. "Postmodernist Criticism of Pynchon." Science Fiction Studies [1991] 18 no. 3: 405-410.

Swanson, Roy A. "The Putative Second Edition of Slade's Pynchon." Science Fiction Studies [1991] 18 no. 2: 262–266.

Swanson, Roy A. "Versions of Doublethink in Gravity's Rainbow, Darkness Visible, Riddley Walker and Travels to the Enu." World Literature Today [1984] 58 no. 2: 203-208.

Swartzlander, Susan. "The Tests of Reality: The Use of History in Ulysses and Gravity's Rainbow." Critique [1988] 29 no. 2: 133-143.

Sweeney, Susan E. "Gothic Traces in the Metaphysical Detective Story: Female Sleuth in Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49 and Gibson’s Pattern Recognition." ORBIT [2016] 4 no. 2.

Sweeney, Susan E. "The V-Shaped Paradigm: Nabokov and Pynchon." Cycnos [June 1995] 12 no. 2.

Swindell, Larry. "Pynchon's Corpulent Gravity May Make Readers Sink." Star Tribune [21 November 1996] Metro Edition : 7E.

Swope, Richard A. "Approaching the Threshold(s) in Postmodern Detective Fiction: Hawthorne's 'Wakefield' and Other Missing Persons." Critique [1998] 39 no. 3: 207–227 (218–219, 224).

Tabbi, Joseph. "'Strung Into the Apollonian Dream': Pynchon's Psychology of Engineers." Novel [1992] 25 no. 2: 160-180.

Tabbi, Joseph. "'The Generous Paranoia of Those Who Pursue Themselves': McElroy, Mailer, and Ancient History." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1990] 10 no. 1: 86–94 (90–91).

Tabbi, Joseph. "Contemporary American Fiction: Critical Reformulations." Contemporary Literature [1990] 31 no. 4: 553-557.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Mailer's Psychology of Machines." PMLA [March 1991] 106 no. 2: 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. "Merging Orders: The Shaping Influence of Science on Entropy." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 58-68. Online article.

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 [1984] 43 no. 1: 61-63.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Pynchon's Groundward Art." The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive, Normal, Illinois, United States [1994]: 89-100. Article originally published in Michigan Quarterly Review [with the same title] [1991] 30 no. 2: 375-382.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Pynchon's Groundward Art." Michigan Quarterly Review [1991] 30 no. 2: 375-382.

Tabbi, Joseph. "Review of Carnival of Repetition, by John Johnston, and Alternate Worlds, by John Kuehl." Modern Fiction Studies [1990] 36 no. 4: 579-580 (579).

Tabbi, Joseph. "Review of The Final Frontier." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1989] 9 no. 1: 274-275.

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 Medial Turn." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 317-327. Online article.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Medial Turn." EBR [1999-2000] no. 10. Online article. Review of criticism originally published in Pynchon Notes [with the same title] [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 317-327.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Pyndustry in Warwick." EBR [1997] no. 5. Online article.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Pyndustry in Warwick." Studies in the Novel [1998] 30 no. 3: 438–443. Review of criticism originally published in EBR: Electronic Book Review [with the same title] [1997] no. 5.

Tabbi, Joseph. "The Wind at Zwölfkinder: Technology and Personal Identity in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 69-90. Online article.

Tait, Theo. "Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon." The Guardian [13 September 2013]. Online article.

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. Ed. Yoneyama Hiroshi. Center for American Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan [2006]: 225–232.

Takada, Shuhei. "Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow as Postmodernist Fiction." Journal of the Research Institute of General Education [1996] no. 8: 93–103.

Takás, Ferenc. "Models Or Metaphors: Pattern and Paranoia in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49." Acta Litteraria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae [1981] 23 no. 3-4: 297-306.

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. Thomas Pynchon. Methuen, London, United Kingdom [1982].

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. "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. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 49-67. Article originally published in City of Words: American Fiction, 1950-1970 as Caries and Cabals (Thomas Pynchon) [1971]: 153-180.

Tanner, Tony. "Caries and Cabals." Pynchon: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Edward Mendelson. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States [1978]: 16-47. Article originally published in City of Words: American Fiction, 1950-1970 as Caries and Cabals (Thomas Pynchon) [1971]: 153-180.

Tanner, Tony. "Chapter 3: The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon. Methuen, London, United Kingdom [1982]. Article originally published in Thomas Pynchon as Chapter 4: Gravity's Rainbow [1982].

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

Tanner, Tony. "Games American Writers Play: Ceremony, Complicity, Contestation and Carnival." Salmagundi [1976] no. 35: 110-140.

Tanner, Tony. "Gravity's Rainbow: An Experience in Modern Reading." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 69-83. Article originally published in Thomas Pynchon as Chapter 4: Gravity's Rainbow [1982].

Tanner, Tony. "Paranoia, Energy and Displacement." The Wilson Quarterly [1978] 2 no. 1: 143-150 (144-145).

Tanner, Tony. "Patterns and Paranoia or Caries and Cabals." Salmagundi [Winter 1971] no. 15: 78-99.

Tanner, Tony. "The Crying of Lot 49." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 175-189. Article originally published in Thomas Pynchon as Chapter 3: The Crying of Lot 49 [1982].

Tanner, Tony. "V. & V-2." London Magazine [February-March 1974] no. 13: 80-88.

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

Tate, J. O. "A Note on Convergence." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15: 80-82. Online article.

Tate, J. O. "Gravity's Rainbow: The Original Soundtrack." Pynchon Notes [October 1983] no. 13: 3-24. Online article.

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 [1986] 32 no. 4: 581-590.

Taveira, Rod. "Still Moving Against the Day: Pynchon's Graphic Impulse." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 133-156.

Tayler, Christopher. "Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon." The Guardian [1 August 2009]. Online article.

Taylor, Benjamin. "Negotiations: A Conversation with Richard Poirier." Salmagundi [1981] no. 52-53: 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.

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 [2001] 21 no. 2: 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. Ed. Gilbert Debusscher. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [1988]: 213–225.

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 [1979] 43 no. 1-2: 93-105.

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

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

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. Ed. Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds. 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]. Online article.

Thomas, Brook. "What's the Point? On Comparing Joyce and Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [February 1983] no. 11: 44-48. Online article.

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

Thomas, Gary L. "Pynchonian Pastiche." Thomas Pynchon: Reading From The Margins. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 162-182.

Thomas, Samuel L. Pynchon and the Political. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2007].

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." Textual Practice [2010] 24 no. 2: 353-377.

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

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. "Pynchon's Polyvocality." 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]: 141–147.

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. Ed. Walter Gr, Roberta Maierhofer and Adi Wimmer. 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. "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. Ed. Ian D. Copestake. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [2003]: 49-70.

Thoreen, David. "The Economy of Consumption: The Entropy of Leisure in Pynchon's Vineland." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1992] no. 30-31: 52-61. Online article.

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. Ed. Niran Abbas. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Madison, New Jersey, United States [2003]: 215-233.

Thoreen, David. "The President's Emergency War Powers and the Erosion of Civil Liberties in Pynchon's Vineland." Oklahoma City University Law Review [Fall 1999] 24 no. 3.

Thoreen, David. "Thomas Pynchon's Political Parable: Parallels Between Vineland and 'Rip Van Winkle'." ANQ [Summer 2001] 14 no. 3: 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." Postmodern Literary Theory: An Anthology. Ed. Niall Lucy. Blackwell, Oxford, United Kingdom [2000]: 264–281. Article originally published in Futur*Fall: Excursions into Post-Modernity [with the same title] [1986]: 82–96.

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

Thwaites, Anthony G. "Review of Writing Pynchon." AUMLA [1992] no. 77: 105-108.

Tillotson, T. S. "Gravitational Entropy in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [October 1980] no. 4: 23-24. Online article.

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

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

Titon, Jeff Todd. "Every Day I Have the Blues: Improvisation and Daily Life." Southern Folklore Quarterly [1978] 42 no. 1: 85-98 (90).

Tölölyan, Khachig and Clay Leighton. "An Index to Gravity's Rainbow, 2nd edition." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 83-138. Online article. Translated from English into English by Bernard Duyfhuizen

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Criticism as Symptom: Thomas Pynchon and the Crisis of the Humanities." The New Orleans Review [(1977-1978) 1977] 5 no. 4: 314-318.

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

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

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes [October 1979] no. 1: 3-6. Online article.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes [February 1980] no. 2: 2-5. Online article.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "News." Pynchon Notes [June 1980] no. 3: 1-4. Online article.

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 [1979] 11 no. 2: 224-234.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Pynchon's Intertextual Circuits: Review of Dugdale's Thomas Pynchon." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1990] no. 26-27: 153-161. Online article.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Pynchon, Thomas." Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Ed. Larry McCaffery. 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. "Seven on Pynchon: The Novelist as Deconstructionist." Novel [1983] 16 no. 2: 165-172.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "Some Remarks on Professor Mark Siegel's Pynchon's Anti-Quests." Pynchon Notes [June 1980] no. 3: 10-14. Online article.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "The Fishy Poisson: Allusions to Statistics in Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Modern American Literature [1979] 4 no. 1.

Tölölyan, Khachig. "The Second Time as Farce: Postmodernism without Consequences." American Literary History [1990] 2 no. 4: 756–71 (769–70).

Tölölyan, Khachig. "War as Background in Gravity's Rainbow." Approaches to Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Charles Clerc. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1983]: 31-67.

Tomiyama, Takao. "Evil, from One Place to Another." Yuriika [February 1989] 21 no. 2: 123-129.

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

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

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 [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49. Online article.

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Beyond Initiation: Some Recent Novels." The Yale Review [1966] 56 no. 1: 131-138.

Trachtenberg, Stanley. "Counterhumor: Comedy in Contemporary American Fiction." The Georgia Review [Spring 1973] 27 no. 1: 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 [1989] 17 : 251-252.

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

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. Ed. Jack H. Stocker. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., United States [1998]: 91–103.

Troester, Änne and Dirk Vanderbeke. "Vineland: The Names." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1995-1996] no. 36-39: 139-149. Online article.

Trotter, J. K.. "Thomas Pynchon Returns to New York, Where He's Always Been." The Atlantic Wire [June 2013]. Online article.

Troy, Mark. "' ...ever in a Ubiquity of Flow, before a ceaseless Spectacle of Transition." Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Novus Forlag, Oslo, Norway [2002]: 206-226.

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

Tucker, Ken. "Against the Day. Thomas Pynchon." Entertainment Weekly [17 November 2006]. Online article.

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 [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 134-151. Online article.

Turier, Christine. "Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." The Explicator [1992] 50 no. 4: 244–246.

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

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 [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Twigg, George W. "Review of Simon Malpas and Andrew Taylor, Thomas Pynchon (Manchester University Press, 2013)." ORBIT [2015] 3 no. 1. Online article.

Tylee, Claire. "'Spot This Mumbo Jumbo': Thomas Pynchon's Emblems for American Culture in 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 52-72. Online article. Article originally published in Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses [with the same title] [1985] 15 no. 10: 141-156.

Tylee, Claire. "'Spot This Mumbo Jumbo': Thomas Pynchon's Emblems for American Culture in 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses [1985] 15 no. 10: 141-156.

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. "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 [Spring - Fall 1991] no. 28-29: 5-25. Online article.

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.

Ulin, David L. "Gravity's End." Salon [25 April 1997].

Ulin, David L. "Writers on the Storm." Los Angeles Times [12 May 1997]: E1, E6.

van Boheemen-Saaf, Christel. "The Artist as Con Man: The Reaction Against Symbolist Aesthetic in Recent American Fiction." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters [1977] 7 : 305-318.

Van Delden, Maarten H. "Modernism, the New Criticism and Thomas Pynchon's V.." Novel [1990] 23 no. 2: 117-136.

van Ewijk, Petrus. "The ARPAnet Trip: The Network from Gravity's Rainbow to Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Van Hulle, Dirk. "Acts of Observing: Review of Lesen - Beobachten." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 260-263. Online article.

Vanderbeke, Dirk and Bernard Duyfhuizen. "Notes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 329-331. Online article.

Vanderbeke, Dirk. "N Tropes for Entropy in Pynchon's Early Works." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 35-59. Online article.

Vanderbeke, Dirk. "Review of Pynchon Notes 42-43 [Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity's Rainbow]." Amerikastudien [2002] 47 no. 2: 315-318.

Vanderbeke, Dirk. "Subliminal Cues: Psychoanalysis and Entropy in Pynchon's Novels." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 51-64. Online article.

Vanderbeke, Dirk. "Vineland in the Novels of John Barth and Thomas Pynchon." diss.sense [1999].

Vanderbeke, Dirk. "Vineland in the Novels of John Barth and Thomas Pynchon." Informal Empire?: Cultural Relations Between Canada, the United States and Europe. Ed. Peter Easingwood, Konrad Gross and Hartmu Lutz. l&f, Kiel, Germany [1998]: 415-427. Article originally published in diss.sense [with the same title] [1999].

Vangelista, Paul. "Thomas Pynchon (1937-): Headnote." L.A. Exiles: A Guide to Los Angeles Writing 1932-1998. Ed. Paul Vangelista. Marsilio, New York, New York, United States [1999]: 237–238.

Vanwesenbeeck, Birger. "Gravity's Rainbow: A Portrait of the Artist as Engineer." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 144-157. Online article.

Varsava, Jerry A. "Review of Pynchon and the Political." Journal of American Studies [2009] 43 no. 2.

Varsava, Jerry A. "Teaching the Epochal Oedipa: The Crying of Lot 49 as Political Dialogue." 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]: 59–65.

Varsava, Jerry A. "The Dialectics of Self and Community in Toni Morrison and Thomas Pynchon." Contemporary Literature [2002] 43 no. 4: 794–803.

Varsava, Jerry A. "Thomas Pynchon and Postmodern Liberalism." Canadian Review of American Studies [1995] 25 no. 3: 63-100.

Vasilenko, Andrey. "Apocalyptic Quest in Thomas Pynchon's V. and Roberto Bolaño's 2666." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 21-30. Online article.

Vassallo, Peter. "Valletta (Meta)Fictionalized Historiographically in Thomas Pynchon's V.." Sites of Exchange: European Crossroads and Faultines. Ed. Maurizio Ascari. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2006]: 207-213.

Veale, Scott. "New and Noteworthy Paperbacks." New York Times Book Review [26 April 1998]: 36.

Veggian, Henry. "Profane Illuminations: Postmodernism, Realism and the Holytail Marijuana Crop in Vineland." Pynchon’s California. Ed. Scott McClintock and John Miller. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, United States [2014]: 135-164.

Veggian, Henry. "Thomas Pynchon: Against the Day." Boundary 2 [2008] 35 no. 1: 197–215.

Velcic, Vlatka. "Postmodern and Postcolonial Portrayals of Colonial History : Contemporary Novels About the Eighteenth Century." Tennessee Philological Bulletin [2001] no. 38: 41-48.

Vella, Michael W. "Heresy and The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption (1650)." The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, by William Pynchon [1650] : Facsimile edition. Ed. Louis Mackey, Lance Schachterle and Michael W. Vella. Peter Lang, New York, New York, United States [1992]: xix-xxx.

Vella, Michael W. "Playing Soccer in Left Field." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 133-136. Online article.

Vella, Michael W. "Pynchon, V., and the French Surrealists." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 29-38. Online article.

Vella, Michael W. "Surrealism, Postmodernism, and Roger, Mexico." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 117-119. Online article.

Ventura, Michael. "Letters at 3 a.m.: Shop Talk." LA Weekly [5-11 September 1986]: 14.

Vernon, Peter. "It Is Just Not Cricket: Cricket as a Metaphor in Against the Day." G.R.A.A.T. [March 2008] no. 3: 65-77. Online article.

Vesterman, William. "Pynchon's Poetry." Mindful Pleasures: Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. George Levine and David Leverenz. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1976]: 101-112. Article originally published in Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal [with the same title] [1975] 21 no. 2: 211-220.

Vesterman, William. "Pynchon's Poetry." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 2: 211-220.

Vidal, Gore. "American Plastic: The Matter of Fiction." Matters of Fact and Fiction: Essays 1973-1976. Random House, New York, New York, United States [1977]: 99–126 (118–26). Review originally published in The New York Review of Books [with the same title] [15 July 1976]: 31-39.

Vidal, Gore. "American Plastic: The Matter of Fiction." The New York Review of Books [15 July 1976]: 31-39.

Vukmirovich, John. "Porter's Flowering Judas and Pynchon's V.." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1988] no. 22-23: 71-73. Online article.

Wagner, Linda W. "A Note on Oedipa the Roadrunner." Journal of Narrative Technique [1974] 4 no. 2: 155-161.

Wald, Alan. "Contradictions of the Canon: Review of Marginal Forces/Cultural Centers." The Minnesota Review [1993-1994] 41-42 : 292-297.

Walker, Christopher. "Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." London Review of Books [8 March 1990]: 4-5.

Waller, Gary F. "America as Discourse." Canadian Review of American Studies [1983] 14 no. 2: 207-218.

Wallhead, Celia M. "Kit and Kim: Espionage in Against the Day." Against the Grain: Reading Pynchon's Counternarratives. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands [2010]: 291-306.

Wallhead, Celia M. "Mason & Dixon and Hamlet." ORBIT [2014] 2 no. 2. Online article.

Wallhead, Celia M. "Mason & Dixon: Pynchon's Bickering Heroes." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 178-199. Online article.

Wallhead, Celia M. "Review of The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Atlantis [2006] 28 no. 2: 153-158.

Wallhead, Celia M. "The Unavoidable Flaws in Hippiedom and Fascism in Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice." Thomas Pynchon & the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. Zofia Kolbuszewska. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland [2013].

Wallhead, Celia M. "Using Schema Theory to Trace the Connections between the Different Aspects of the Conflicting Roles of Oedipa Maas and the Intertext of Remedios Varo." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 87-99. Online article.

Walsh, John and Cameron Northouse. John Barth, Jerzy Kosinski, and Thomas Pynchon: A Reference Guide. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [May 1978].

Walsh, John. "Thomas Pynchon on 9/11: American literature's greatest conspiracy theorist finally addresses his country's greatest trauma." The Independent [20 September 2013]. Online article.

Ward, Dean A. "Information and the Imminent Death of Oedipa Maas." University of Hartford Studies in Literature [1988] 20 no. 3: 24-37.

Warman, Matt. "Pick of the Paperbacks." The Daily Telegraph [10 November 2007]: Books: 31.

Warmbold, Carolyn Nizzi. "A Bunch o' Books for the Buck." Atlanta Journal and Constitution [18 June 1997]: 1D.

Warren, Christopher. "Cultivating the Fl: Sublime Work in Pynchon's V.." Culture and the State: Alternative Interventions. Ed. James Gifford. CRC Humanities Studio, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada [2003]: 241-250.

Warren, James P. "Ritual Reluctance: The Poetics of Discontinuity in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1986] no. 18-19: 55-65. Online article.

Wasson, Richard. "Notes On a New Sensibility." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 13-19.

Wasson, Richard. "Notes On a New Sensibility." Partisan Review [1969] 36 no. 3: 460-477.

Watman, Max. "Pynchon's Progress." The New Criterion [February 2007] 25 : 69.

Watson, Cate. "Thomas Pynchon: Realism in an Age of Ontological Uncertainty?." Literature Compass [2008] 5 no. 1: 11–19.

Watson, Robert N. "Teaching Crying: General Education, the 1960s, and 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]: 13–24.

Watson, Robert N. "Who Bids for Tristero? The Conversion of Pynchon's Oedipa Maas." Southern Humanities Review [1983] 17 no. 1: 59-75.

Watts, Harold H. "Pynchon, Thomas." Great Writers of the English Language: Novelists and Prose Writers. Ed. James Vinson. St. Martin's, New York, New York, United States [1979]: 996-998.

Weber, Donald. "West, Pynchon, Mailer, and the Jeremiad Tradition." South Atlantic Quarterly [1984] 83 no. 3: 259-268.

Webster, Mark. "Vineland Retains Pynchon's Sense of the Absurd." The Tech [1990]: 8. Online article.

Weeks, Jerome. "Meanderings Seem Almost a Maze Without Center or Exit." Dallas Morning News [27 April 1997]: 8J.

Weisenburger, Steven C. A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988].

Weisenburger, Steven C. A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [2006].

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Bibliography." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 317-328.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Further Further Notes and Sources…." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 81-83. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Further Further Notes and Sources…." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 81-83. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Further Further Notes and Sources…." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1985] no. 17: 81-83. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Gravity's Rainbow." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom [2012]: 44-58.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Haunted History and Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1998] no. 42-43: 12-28. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Hyper-Embedded Narration in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1994] no. 34-35: 70-87. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Hysteron Proteron in Gravity's Rainbow." Texas Studies in Literature and Language [1992] 34 no. 1: 87-105.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "In the Zone: Sovereignty and Bare Life in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2009] no. 56-57: 100-113. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Introduction." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 1-12.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Notes for Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 3-15. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Part 1: Beyond the Zero." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 13-102.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Part 2: Un Perm' au Casino Herman Goering." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 103-146.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Part 3: In the Zone." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 147-260.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Part 4: The Counterforce." A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States [1988]: 261-316.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Pynchon Surveys Troubled Land." Post and Courier [22 June 1997]: E5.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Pynchon's Herero's: A Textual and Biographical Note." Pynchon Notes [Spring 1985] no. 16: 37-45. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Reading Race: The Crying of Lot 49 and Early Pynchon." 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]: 52–58.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Response to Carol Schaechterle Loranger." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1999] no. 44-45: 169-170. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of A Hand to Turn the Time and Writing Pynchon." Modern Fiction Studies [1990] 36 no. 4: 580-583.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of Mead's Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials." ANQ [1992] 5 no. 1: 41-43.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49." Modern Fiction Studies [1992] 38 no. 4: 951-952.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of Pynchon's Poetics." American Literature [1993] 65 no. 4: 814-815.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of The Fictional Labyrinths of Thomas Pynchon [and others]." Modern Fiction Studies [1988] 34 no. 4: 660-664.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of The Grim Phoenix: Reconstructing Thomas Pynchon, by William M. Plater, and Pynchon: Creative Paranoia in Gravity's Rainbow, by Mark Richard Siegel." Modern Language Quarterly [1979] 40 no. 1: 88-91.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power and The Gnostic Pynchon." Modern Fiction Studies [1991] 37 no. 2: 271-273.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Review of Writing Pynchon." Review of Contemporary Fiction [1990] 10 no. 3: 231-232.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "The Chronology of Episodes in Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [February 1984] no. 14: 50-64. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "The End of History? : Thomas Pynchon and the Uses of the Past." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 140-156.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "The End of History? Thomas Pynchon and the Uses of the Past." Twentieth Century Literature [1979] 25 no. 1: 54-72.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "The Little Engine That Could: Review of A Hand to Turn the Time." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 139-142. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "The Origin of Pynchon's Tchitcherine." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 39-42. Online article.

Weisenburger, Steven C. "Thomas Pynchon at Twenty-Two: A Recovered Autobiographical Sketch." American Literature [1990] 62 no. 4: 692-697.

Weixlmann, Joseph. "Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography." Critique [1972] 14 no. 2: 34-43.

Welsh, Caroline. "Metaphors, Method and Entropy in Thomas Pynchon." Metaphor and Rational Discourse. Ed. Bernhard Debatin. Niemeyer, Tübingen, Germany [1997]: 125–136.

Weltner, Peter. "Thomas Pynchon's Occult Plot." The Ohio Review [1973] 14 no. 3: 106-109.

Werneburg, Brigitte. "Surfbrett: Die Briefe des Buchhaendlers." Tageszeitung [5 June 1997]: 12.

Werner, Craig H. "Recognizing Reality, Realizing Responsibility." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 191-202. Article originally published in Paradoxical Resolutions: American Fiction Since James Joyce as [title?] [1982]: 181–194.

Werner, Craig H. "Recognizing Reality, Realizing Responsibility." Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, New York, New York, United States [1986]: 85-96. Article originally published in Paradoxical Resolutions: American Fiction Since James Joyce as [title?] [1982]: 181–194.

Werner, Craig H. "Review of Pynchon's Poetics." Choice [May 1993]: 1459.

Werner, Craig H. "[title?]." Paradoxical Resolutions: American Fiction Since James Joyce. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, United States [1982]: 181–194.

Westburg, Barry. "Applied Grammatology v. the Pynchon Industry." The Southern Review [1991] 24 no. 2: 195-203.

Westerath, Gerhard. "Pynchon's Parker Passage: A Source and Sound Analysis." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1987] no. 20-21: 109-114. Online article.

Westervelt, Linda A. "'A Place Dependent on Ourselves': The Reader as System-Builder in Gravity's Rainbow." Texas Studies in Literature and Language [1980] 22 no. 1: 69–90.

Wetzler, Rachel. "Upper West Side Story: On Bleeding Edge - and Thomas Pynchon's Tangled Web." New York Observer [17 September 2013]. Online article.

Whalen-Bridge, John. "Review of Dugdale's Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power." Studies in the Novel [1992] 24 no. 3: 31-32.

White, Allon. "Bakhtin, Sociolinguistics and Deconstruction." The Theory of Reading. Ed. Frank Gloversmith. Barnes and Noble, New York, New York, United States [1984]: 123-146 [135-136].

White, Allon. "Ironic Equivalence: A Reading of Thomas Pynchon's 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Critical Quarterly [1981] 23 no. 3: 55-62.

White, Allon. "Ironic Equivalence: A Reading of Thomas Pynchon's 'Mortality and Mercy in Vienna'." Carnival, Hysteria, and Writing: Collected Essays and Autobiography. Clarendon, Oxford, United Kingdom [1993]: 111-121. Article originally published in Critical Quarterly [with the same title] [1981] 23 no. 3: 55-62.

White, Allon. "Pigs and Pierrots: The Politics of Transgression in Modern Fiction." Raritan [1982] 2 no. 2: 51–70 (57–59, 65, 68).

White, Daniel R. "Ecopoetics: Literary Ecology and Postmodernity." Postmodern Ecology: Communication, Evolution, and Play. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York, United States [1991]: 183–218.

White, Edmund. "Flower Power-broking." The Independent [4 February 1990]: 18.

White, Eric C. "Negentropy, Noise, and Emancipatory Thought." Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science. Ed. Katherine N. Hayles. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, United States [1991]: 263–77 (269–73, 275–76).

White, Michael. "Mind-Bending Science in Thomas Pynchon's Mind-Bending Novel Against The Day." Scientific Blogging [29 February 2008]. Online article.

Whitmarsh, Patrick. "Specters Of Communication: Supernatural Media In Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Modern Fiction Studies [Fall 2017] 63 no. 3: 524-546.

Whitworth, John. "Not a Novel for Grown-Ups." Spectator [3 February 1990]: 28.

Wickman, Forrest. "Thomas Pynchon and 'WTF': A Love Story." Slate [20 September 2013]. Online article.

Wiggins, Marianne. "Trouble in Toeing the Line." The Times [1 May 1997]: Features.

Wilcox, Rhonda. "Vineland and Dobie Gillis." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 1989] no. 24-25: 111-112. Online article.

Wilde, Alan. "Love and Death in and Around Vineland, U.S.A." Boundary 2 [1991] 18 no. 2: 166-180.

Wiley, David. "Back to the Future." Minnesota Daily A&E [29 May 1997]: 8-9.

Wilhelmus, Tom. "Science and Technology, Again." The Hudson Review [(1997-1998) 1997] 50 no. 4: 747-754.

Williams, Charles F. "Reviewed Work: GRAVITY'S RAINBOW, DOMINATION, AND FREEDOM by Luc Herman, Steven Weisenburger." American Studies [2014] 53 no. 4: 128-129.

Williams, Scott. "Larroquette, Losers and Pynchon Too." Columbus Dispatch [7 March 1994]: B7.

Williams, Scott. "Larroquette, Losers and Pynchon Too." San Francisco Examiner [7 March 1994]: B3.

Williams, Scott. "Pynchon Puts Pinch on CNN." Daily News [6 June 1997]: 8.

Wills, David and Alec McHoul. "'Die Welt ist alles was der Fall ist' (Wittgenstein, Weissmann, Pynchon) / 'Le signe est tours le signe de la chute' (Derrida)." The Southern Review [1983] 16 no. 2: 274–291.

Wilson, David L. and Zack Bowen. "Preparing for Pynchon: Thermodynamics, Maxwell's Demon, Information, and Meaning." Science and Literature: Bridging the Two Cultures. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States [2001]: 118-137.

Wilson, Jeff. "Searching for Pynchon." CityBeat [12-18 December 1996]: 35.

Wilson, John. "God Fearing." New York Times [12 November 2006].

Wilson, Rawdon R. "Godgames and Labyrinths: The Logic of Entrapment." Mosaic [1982] 15 no. 4: 1-22 (8–10, 12, 13, 18).

Wilson, Raymond J. "Cozzens' Guard of Honor and Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow." Notes on Contemporary Literature [1979] 9 no. 5: 6-8.

Wilson, Robert Anton and Miriam Joan Hill. "The Crying of Lot 49." Everything Is under Control: Conspiracies, Cults, and Cover-ups. HarperPerennial, New York, New York, United States [1998]: 136–138.

Wilson, Robert R. "Spookin Oedipa: On Godgames." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature [1977] 4 no. 2: 186-204.

Winston, Matthew. "A Comic Source of Gravity's Rainbow." Pynchon Notes [Fall 1984] no. 15. Online article.

Winston, Matthew. "Critical Cornucopia (Review)." Pynchon Notes [February 1981] no. 8: 47-53. Online article.

Winston, Matthew. "Review of The Style of Connectedness." The International Fiction Review [1989] 16 no. 1: 77-78.

Winston, Matthew. "The Quest for Pynchon." Twentieth Century Literature [1975] 21 no. 3: 278-287.

Winters, John. "Pynchon Goes 'Deep': New novel gets lost but who cares?." Patriot Ledger [16 September 2013].

Wisnicki, Adrian. "A Trove of New Works by Thomas Pynchon? Bomarc Service News Rediscovered." Pynchon Notes [Spring - Fall 2000] no. 46-49: 9-34. Online article.

Witzling, David P. Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008].

Witzling, David P. "'A matter of idle curiosity?': Imperial History and the Authority of Whiteness in V.." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 72-114.

Witzling, David P. "'Incompatibilities have come to be': Jazz, Language and Cultural Alienation in V. and its Beat Influences." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 26-71.

Witzling, David P. "'The simplest kind of beginning': The Problem of White Consciousness in Pynchon's Work of the Mid-Sixties." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 115-142.

Witzling, David P. "Bibliography." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 205-214.

Witzling, David P. "Index." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 215-223.

Witzling, David P. "Introduction." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 1-25.

Witzling, David P. "Notes." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 179-204.

Witzling, David P. "The Sensibility of Postmodern Whiteness in V., or Thomas Pynchon's Identity Prob." Contemporary Literature [Fall 2006] 47 no. 3: 381-415.

Witzling, David P. "Transculturation and Liberalism in Gravity's Rainbow: 'Now, everybody--'." Everybody's America: Thomas Pynchon, Race, and the Cultures of Postmodernism. Routledge, New York, New York, United States [2008]: 143-178.

Wolcott, James. "Boutiques Bloom, the Petals of Flower Power Fall." The Observer [4 February 1990]: 3.

Wolfe, Peter. "Review of Gravity's Rainbow." Studies in the Twentieth Century [1974] no. 13: 125-128.

Wolff, Carlo. "Inherent Vice: Reclusive novelist Thomas Pynchon steps out of character with a thriller." Christian Science Monitor [4 August 2009]. Online article.

Wolfley, Lawrence C. "Repression's Rainbow: The Presence of Norman O. Brown in Pynchon's Big Novel." Critical Essays on Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Richard Pearce. G.K. Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States [1981]: 99-123.

Wolfley, Lawrence C. "Repression's Rainbow: The Presence of Norman O. Brown in Pynchon's Big Novel." PMLA [October 1977] 92 no. 5: 873-889.

Wood, James. "Books: Crowd Pleasers." The Guardian [11 December 1997]: 9.

Wood, James. "Seriously Unfunny, Truly Unreal America." The Times [3 February 1990]: 38.

Wood, James. "Thomas Pynchon and the Problem of Allegory." The Broken Estate: Essays on Literature and Belief. Random House, New York, New York, United States [1999]: 169–179.

Wood, Michael. "Humming Along." London Review of Books [4 January 2007] 29 no. 1. Online article.

Wood, Michael. "Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Raritan [1998] 17 no. 4: 120-130.

Wood, Michael. "Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [2003]: 251-260. Article originally published in Raritan [with the same title] [1998] 17 no. 4: 120-130.

Wood, Michael. "Rocketing to the Apocalypse." The New York Review of Books [22 March 1973]: 22-23.

Wood, Michael. "The Apprenticeship of Thomas Pynchon." The New York Review of Books [15 April 1984]: 1, 28-29.

Wood, Michael. "They really are out to get you." The Australian [2 September 2009].

Woodward, Kathleen. "Cybernetic Modeling in Recent American Writing: A Critique." North Dakota Quarterly [1983] 51 no. 1: 57-73 [62-65, 69, 70, 72].

Workman, Mark E. "Gravity's Rainbow: A Folkloristic Reading." Pynchon Notes [June 1983] no. 12: 16-25. Online article.

Workman, Mark E. "The Role of Mythology in Modern Literature." Journal of the Folklore Institute [1981] 18 no. 1: 35-48 [35, 43-46].

Woulfe, Sharon K. "Theft of Rare Volume from Shop is One for the Books." Pantagraph [11 December 1997]: A9.

Yap, Stephanie. "Hot Off the Press." Straits Times [24 December 2006].

Yardley, Jonathan. "Still Pynchon After All These Years." Book World [7 January 1990]: 3.

Yewell, John. "Gravity's Pull: Tracking Thomas Pynchon Through Space and Time." Metro [October 1998]: 19-21. Online article.

Young, James D. "Pynchon in Popular Magazines." Critique [2003] 44 no. 4: 390–404.

Young, James D. "The Enigma Variations of Thomas Pynchon." Critique [1967] 10 no. 1: 69-77.

Zadworna-Fjellestad, Danuta. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Gravity's Rainbow: A Study in Duplex Fiction. Almqvist & Wiksell, Stockholm, Sweden [1986].

Zalaznick, Matt. "The Worlds Around Us." The Vail Daily [1 January 2007].

Zamora, Lois P. "'Le Chaudron Fele': The Use of Cliches in Fiction by Manuel Puig, Luis Rafael Sanchez, and Thomas Pynchon." Proceedings of the Tenth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association: Volume 3. Inter-American Literary Relations. Ed. Anna Balakian. Garland, New York, New York, United States [1985]: 148-153.

Zamora, Lois P. "Apocalypse and Entropy: Physics and the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon." Writing the Apocalypse: Historical Vision in Contemporary U.S. and Latin American Fiction. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, United States [1989]: 52-75.

Zamora, Lois P. "The Entropic End: Science and Eschatology in the Works of Thomas Pynchon." Science/Technology and the Humanities [1980] 3 no. 1: 35-43.

Zane, J. Peder. "Monument in Pynchonland." News and Observer [24 December 2006].

Zane, J. Peder. "The New American Dream." News and Observer [8 June 1997]: G6.

Zane, J. Peder. "The Stark Raving Genius of Thomas Pynchon." News and Observer [4 May 1997]: G4.

Zencey, Eric. "Some Brief Speculations on the Popularity of Entropy as Metaphor." The North American Review [1986] 271 no. 3: 7-10 [8-9].

Zipp, Yvonne. "All in One 'Day': Anarchist Bombers, Literate Dogs, and Time Travel." Christian Science Monitor [16 January 2007]: Features: 13.

Zverev, A. M. "Enigma." Inostrannaya Literatura [March 1996]: 209-213.