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

Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender

Ali Chetwynd Joanna Freer Georgios Maragos

University of Georgia Press

15 November 2018 (ISBN 9780820354019)

Contents
  • "Abbreviations." , vii.
  • Backman, Jennifer. "From Hard Boiled to Over Easy: Reimagining the Noir Detective in Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge." , 19-35.
  • Chetwynd, Ali and Joanna Freer. "Introduction." , ix-xxxii.
  • "A Chronological Bibliography of Relevant Published Research to 2017." , xxxiii-xxxviii.
  • "Contributors." , 241-244.
  • Cook, Simon. "'This Set of Holes, Pleasantly Framed': Pynchon the Competent Pornographer amd the Female Conduit." , 125-144.
  • Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Choice or Life? Deliberations on Motherhood in Late-Period Pynchon." , 225-240.
  • de Bourcier, Simon. "Representations of Sexualized Children and Child Abuse in Thomas Pynchon's Fiction." , 145-161.
  • Flay, Catherine. "Conservatism as Radicalism: Family and Antifeminism in Vineland." , 209-224.
  • Franco, Marie. "Queer Sex, Queer Text: S/M in Gravity's Rainbow." , 88-108.
  • Haynes, Doug . "'Allons Enfants!': Pynchon's Pornographies." , 69-87.
  • Hite, Molly P. "When Pynchon was a Boys' Club: V, and Midcentury Mystifications of Gender." , 3-18.
  • "Index." , 245-250.
  • Kaltsas, Kostas. "Of 'Maidens' and Towers: Oedipa Maas, Maxine Tarnow, and the Possibility of Resistance." , 36-51.
  • Kocela, Chris. "Between Sangha and Sex Work: The Karmic Middle Path of Vineland's Female Characters." , 52-65.
  • Krafft, John M. and Luc Herman. "Pynchon and Gender: A View from the Typescript of V.." , 179-193.
  • McFadzean, Angus. "'Our Women are Free': Slavery, Gender, and Representational Bias in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." , 162-176.
  • Moss, Richard J. "What Would Charlie Do? Narrowing the Possibilities of a Pornographic Redemption in Thomas Pynchon's Novels." , 109-122.
  • Severs, Jeffrey. "'Homer Is My Role Model': Father-Schlemihls, Sentimental Families, and Pynchon's Affinities with The Simpsons." , 194-208.