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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day

Two. Iceland Spar

Chapter 28

Section 3 (362-366)

Paul Nightingale reading Section 28.3

Yes, well Stray and him, they could talk about it. Some.

Against the Day, p. 362

bivouac
28.3: 364 (a night's -) Rare Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Borrasca
28.3: 364, 365, 366 Animals/Critters |
Bridget McGonigal
28.3: 365 Mountains/Around the World | United States
Burge
28.3: 363 Nick Names |
Burgess
28.3: 363 Figures | Background
calico
28.3: 363 ('at old - recital) Animals/Critters |
chavalitos
28.3: 363 Language/Dictionary | Spanish
clean-edged
28.3: 365 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
colt
28.3: 364 (a January - named Borrasca) Animals/Critters |
Cripple Creek
28.3: 362 Water/Around the World | Colorado
Cœur d'Alene
28.3: 362 City/Around the World | Idaho
Denver
28.3: 364 City/Around the World | Colorado
earth
28.3: 364 (wipe anythin in [an avalanche's] path from the -) Capitalised Geography/Around the World | Planet Earth
field-glasses
28.3: 366 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Frank
28.3: 364 Characters | The Traverse Family
hang me, too
28.3: 363 (they might decide to -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
high-country
28.3: 364 (- misadventure) High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Hindoo
28.3: 366 (born again ...] in the - sense) Flavour | Religion
Homestead
28.3: 362 Location/Around the World |
honey
28.3: 363 (oh, -) Capitalised Person from | Love
howitzer-happy
28.3: 365 (- National Guard) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Neologism
jake
28.3: 366 (jake with the colt) Rare Language/Dictionary | Slang
January
28.3: 364 (a - colt named Borrasca) Span | Month
Jesse
28.3: 363 Characters | The Traverse Family
Jesus
28.3: 363 (- our Lord and Savior) Historical Persons | Religion
Laureen
28.3: 363 Figures | Background
Lord
28.3: 363 (Jezus our - and Savior) Titles/Texts | Religion
Mexico
28.3: 364 Countries/Around the World | Middle America
mountain-size
28.3: 364 (- night-riders) Description | Vocabulary
National Guard
28.3: 365 (howitzer-happy - amusements) Authorities | United States
New Mexico
28.3: 364 State/Around the World | United States
next
28.3: 366 (the - ledge) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
night-riders
28.3: 363 (mountain-size -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
one-way
28.3: 362 (- passage) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Ouray
28.3: 365 (the barn at -), 366 (down to -) Location/Around the World | Colorado
Owners Association
28.3: 366 Colorado
really
28.3: 366 (- steep) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Reef
28.3: 362, 363, 364, 365, 366 Characters | The Traverse Family
San Juan
28.3: 362 (- range) Mountains/Around the World | Colorado
San Juans
28.3: 364 Mountains/Around the World | Colorado
Savior
28.3: 363 (Jezus our Lord and -) Concepts | Religion
Sheriff
28.3: 362, 363 (any damn -) Functions | United States
shit
28.3: 365 (oh, well now, -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
snow-dam
28.3: 365 Orthography Weather | Climate
soul-smiting
28.3: 365 (- roar) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
State
28.3: 363 Concepts |
Stray
28.3: 362, 362 (in -'s hearing), 363 Nick Names | The Traverse Family
tenderfeet
28.3: 362 (- needing protection) Rare Description |
Texas
28.3: 364 State/Around the World | United States
then
28.3: 363 (- hang me) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Union
28.3: 362 (- miners), 363 (killing - people) Organisation | Labour
Wall
28.3: 363 (the ones across the -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Webb
28.3: 362 Characters | The Traverse Family
'what else'
28.3: 363 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary