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

The Crying of Lot 49 on the Web

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

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

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

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

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

Brugière, Marion. "Quest Avatars in Thomas Pynchon's The Crying Of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (June 1982) [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) Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford and Clifford Mead

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

Conroy, Mark. "The American Way and Its Double in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1989) [Article].

Couturier, Maurice. "The Death of the Real in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1987) [Article].

Curling, Dean B. "An Index to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1995-1996) [Index].

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) [Article].

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

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

Erbe, Marcus. "The Transcription of Electronic Music in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 2008) [Article].

Eve, Martin P. "Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon's 'Peter Pinguid Society'." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 2009) [Article].

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

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

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

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

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

Green, Martin B. "The Crying of Lot 49: Pynchon's Heart of Darkness." Pynchon Notes (February 1981) [Article].

Guzlowski, John Z. "The Crying of Lot 49 and The Shadow." Pynchon Notes (June 1982) [Article].

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) [Article].

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

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

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

Herzogenrath, Bernd. "A Possible Source for the Name Oedipa Maas." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1997) [Article].

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

Kocela, Chris. "The Ends of Legal Fetishism: Oedipa Maas as Postmodern Cartographer." Oklahoma City University Law Review (Fall 1999) [Article].

Marks, Gregory Stephen. "From Isolation to Affirmation: Love of the World in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017) [Lecture].

Mascaro, John A. "Listing Lists: Review of Gatsby's Party and A Companion to The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1999) [Review of criticism].

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) [Review of criticism].

McHoul, Alec. "Telegrammatology Part I: The Crying of Lot 49 and the Post-Ethical." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1986) [Article].

Mendelson, Edward. "Oedipa and the Cristeros." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1993) [Article].

Miller, Emma V. "The Naming of Oedipa Maas." ORBIT (2012) [Article].

Moss, Richard J. "'This ole world in Minerva’s dreams’: An Animated Adaptation of The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017) [Lecture].

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) [Article].

Not Bored, Bill. "Playing the Postcard of The Crying of Lot 49." Not Bored (s.d.) [Article].

Philippo, Christopher K. "A Note on Propitiating Leprechauns in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 2008) [Note].

Profit, Marie-Claude. "The Rhetoric of Death in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (October 1982) [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) Translated from French into English by Margaret S. Langford

"Pynchon Wiki: The Crying of Lot 49." PynchonWiki (16 March 2007) [Discussion Forum].

Rankin, Ian J. "A Historicist Approach to Pynchon." Pynchon Notes (Spring 1985) [Review of criticism].

Reich, Angela. "Re-Reading The Crying of Lot 49: A Note on the Oz Connection." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1992) [Note].

Richwell, Adrian E. "The Crying of Lot 49: A Source Study." Pynchon Notes (Fall 1985) [Article].

Rohland, Mark W. "A Child Roaming the Night: Oedipa's Dead Issue in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1997) [Article].

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) [Review of criticism].

Rundle, Vivienne. "The Double Bind of Metafiction: Implicating Narrative in The Crying of Lot 49 and Travesty." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1989) [Article].

Salván, Paula Martín. "Ideas of Community in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 2009) [Article].

Seed, David. "Pynchon's Textual Revisions of The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (June 1983) [Article].

Sen, Prerita. "'This is America, you live in it, you let it happen. Let it unfurl'." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017) [Lecture].

Sherard, Tracey L. "The Birth of the Female Subject in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1993) [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) [Article].

Sorfa, David. "'Small Comfort': Significance and the Uncanny in The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1993) [Article].

Stowe, William W. "Confronting Mystery with Method." Pynchon Notes (Fall 1984) [Review of criticism].

Tyson, Lois. "Existential Subjectivity on Trial: The Crying of Lot 49 and the Politics of Despair." Pynchon Notes (Spring - Fall 1991) [Article].

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) [Article].