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

Pynchon's Against the Day: A Corrupted Pilgrim's Guide

Christopher Leise Jeffrey Severs

University of Delaware Press

2011 (ISBN 9781611490657)

Contents
  • Benton, Graham W. "Daydreams and Dynamite: Anarchist Strategies of Resistance and Paths for Transformation in Against the Day." , 167-190.
  • Coffman, Christopher K. "Bogomilism, Orphism, Shamanism: The Spiritual and Spatial Grounds of Pynchon's Ecological Ethic." , 91-114.
  • Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Readers and Tresspassers: Time Travel, Orthogonal Time, and Alternative Figurations of Time in Against the Day." , 115-138.
  • Elias, Amy J. "Plots, Pelgrimage and the Politics of Genre in Against the Day." , 29-46.
  • Hume, Kathryn. "The Religious and Political Vision of Against the Day." , 167-190.
  • Leise, Christopher. "'Exceeding the Usual Three Dimensions': Collective Visions of the Unsuspected." , 1-11.
  • McHale, Brian. "Genre as History: Pynchon's Genre-Poaching." , 15-28.
  • McKetta, Elisabeth and Martin Kevorkian. "Mapping, the Unmappable, And Pynchon's Antitragic Vision." , 47-66.
  • Narkunas, J. Paul. "Europe's 'Eastern Question' and the United States' 'Western Question: Representing Ethnic Wars in Against the Day." , 239-264.
  • Reilly, Terry. "Narrating Tesla in Against the Day." , 139-163.
  • Severs, Jeffrey. "'The abstractions she was instructed to embody': Women, Capitalism, and Artistic Representation in Against the Day." , 191-214.
  • St. Clair, Justin. "Binocular Disparity and Pynchon's Panoramic Paradigm." , 67-88.