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

Bleeding Edge

Criticism: 34 items, including abstracts of presentations.

Backman, Jennifer. "From Hard Boiled to Over Easy: Reimagining the Noir Detective in Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge." Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender . University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, United States (15 November 2018): 19-35.

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

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.

Chetwynd, Ali. "Inherent Obligation: The Distinctive Difficulties in and of Recent Pynchon." English Studies 95.8 (2014): 923-948.

Chorier-Fryd, Bénédicte. "Tracking the Beam of Pynchon's Lyricism: an Aesthetics of Transparency?." Pynchon in Rome (June 11-14 2019).

Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco. "Intratextuality, Trauma and the Posthuman in Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." Critique 57.3 (2016): 229-241.

Cowart, David G. "'Down on the Barroom Floor of History': Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge." Postmodern Culture 24.1 (September 2013).

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "New New York: Pynchon’s criticism of Virtual and Real Estate." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Dalsgaard, Inger H. "Sanctuary City: Pynchon’s Subjunctive New York in Bleeding Edge." Otherness 7.1 (March 2019): 27-47.

Donoghue, Steve. "A Bonfire of the Inanities: Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." Open Letters Monthly November (2013).

Fernandez Santiago, Miriam. "'Working Through' the Postmodern: Posthuman Mourning in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Harrison, Jaimie. "'It Could Never Happen Today. Nobody's in Control of the Internet': Bleeding Edge's New Media Intertexts." Pynchon in Rome (June 11-14 2019).

Herman, Luc and Bart Vervaeck. "Negotiating the Paranoia Narrative: The Critical Reception of Bleeding Edge (2013) by Thomas Pynchon." Anglia 134.1 (March 2016): 88-112.

Hoffert, Barbara. "On the Edge with Thomas Pynchon." Library Journal (19 August 2013).

Kohut, Mark E. "Defending Pynchon's Publicity: It is Pynchonian." ORBIT 2.1 (2013).

Konstantinou, Lee. "The One Incorruptible Still Point: A Review Of Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." The Iowa Review 43.3 (2013): 170-174.

Leismer, Melissa. "The Moment of 9/11 Pitted Against the Momentousness of the Deep Web: Reversing Reality." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Lippman, Gary. "Pynchonicity." Paris Review (5 September 2013).

Macura, Sergei. "Real News, Fake News: Mimetic Language Games in Bleeding Edge." Pynchon in Rome (June 11-14 2019).

Meresse, Bastien. "'She can’t resist, she needs to be out in the street’ (BE 101)': The Transient City and the Ethos of Walking in Bleeding Edge." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Miller, Keith. "Maxine of the Mean Streets." Literary Review (September 2013).

Novaković, Nicola. "'Laughter is Sacred': Reading Pynchon's Humor." Pynchon in Rome (June 11-14 2019).

Piechucka, Alicja. "Aniołki Pynchona. Wieczny wrzesień, wieczna kobiecość?." Thomas Pynchon . Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsawa, Poland (15 October 2018): 197-224.

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "'I Just Look at Books': Reading the Monetary Metareality of Bleeding Edge." ORBIT 4.1 (2016).

Pöhlmann, Sascha. "Die Metarealität des Geldes in Thomas Pynchons Roman Bleeding Edge." Geld: Wert und Werte . Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, Germany (2017): 137-158.

Ravasi, Mattia. "'Out of the Ashes and Oxidation of this Postmagical Winter': Generic Contagion in Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." Pynchon in Rome (June 11-14 2019).

Rolls, Albert. "A Note on Bleeding Edge’s 'Unsheltered'." ORBIT 2.2 (2014).

Rolls, Albert. "Review of Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon." ORBIT 2.1 (2013).

Rowcroft, Andrew Stewart. "Crunch Time: Bleeding Edge, Marxism, and Financial Capital." Textual Practice 33.3 (2019): 345-360.

Schneider, Daan. "A Real Alternative to the Exitlessness: Heterotopic Spaces in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge and The Crying of Lot 49." Pynchon on the Edge (8-12 June 2015).

Siegel, Jason. "Meatspace is Cyberspace: The Pynchonian Posthuman in Bleeding Edge." ORBIT 4.2 (2016).

Stark, Doug. "Chaotic DeepArcher: Technology and Liminality in Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge." Pynchon's New Worlds (5-9 June 2017).

Stoklasa, Thaddeus. "Ruins of Yesterday’s Tomorrow: Bleeding Edge as the End of the Beginning of Cyberpunk." Pynchon on the Edge (8-12 June 2015).

Wilhelmus, Tom. "Science and Technology, Again." The Hudson Review 50.4 ((1997-1998) 1997): 747-754.