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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day

Three. Bilocations

Chapter 33

Section 2 (451-455)

Paul Nightingale reading Section 33.2

One day under a sky of a certain almost-familiar shade of yellow, he came to the bank of a river on which young people were canoeing, not in high spirits or carefree flirtation but in some dark perplexities, as if they were here from deeper motives but couldn't just then remember what those were,

Against the Day, p. 451