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

The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations

Elisabeth Jane Wall Hinds

Camden House

2005 (ISBN 9781571133182)

Contents
  • Clarke, Colin A. "Consumption on the Frontier: Food and Sacrament in Mason & Dixon." , 77–98.
  • Copestake, Ian D. "'Our Madmen, our Paranoid': Enlightened Communities and the Mental State in Mason & Dixon." , 171-184.
  • García-Caro, Pedro. "'America Was the Only Place . . .': American Exceptionalism and the Geographic Politics of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." , 101-124.
  • Hinds, Elisabeth Jane Wall. "Introduction: The Times of Mason & Dixon." , 3-24.
  • Huehls, Mitchum A. "'The Space that may not be seen': The Form of Historicity in Mason & Dixon." , 25-46.
  • 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." , 125-143.
  • Palmeri, Frank A. "General Wolfe and the Weavers: Re-envisioning History in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." , 185-198.
  • Scott Coe, Justin M. "Haunting and Hunting: Bodily Resurrection and the Occupation of History in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." , 147-169.
  • Thill, Brian. "The Sweetness of Immorality: Mason & Dixon and the American Sins of Consumption." , 49-75.