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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day

Three. Bilocations

Chapter 35

Section 9 (484-485)

Paul Nightingale reading Section 35.9

Once it was clear to him that she knew, and to her that he knew she knew and so forth, once they found themselves passed somehow through the fatal gate they'd both been afraid of, opened as by invisible guardians and shut again behind them, and she went on as always and didn't give any sign of fixing to shoot him or anything like that.

Against the Day, p. 484