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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day

Three. Bilocations

Chapter 44

Section 5 (626-627)

Paul Nightingale reading Section 44.5

"Ich bin ein Berliner!"

Against the Day, p. 626

ach
44.5: 627 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
actually purchased
44.5: 627 Process | Economics
American
44.5: 626 (your own -, as you would say, Jelly-doughnut) Nationality | United States
Berlin
2*, first 44.5: 626 City/Around the World | Germany
Berliner
44.5: 626 (Ich bin ein -!) Person from | Berlin
bite into
44.5: 627 Act |
Dr. Willy Dingkopf
44.5: 626 Last Name Figures | Göttingen
Göttingen
44.5: 626 City/Around the World | Germany
Ich bin Berliner
44.5: 627 Expression/Dictionary | German
Ich bin ein Berliner
44.5: 627 Expression/Dictionary | German
Ich bin ein Berliner
44.5: 626 Expression/Dictionary | German
Jelly-doughnut
44.5: 626 Food and Drinks |
Kit
44.5: 626 Characters | The Traverse Family
Konditorei
44.5: 626 (as Konditerei) Printing error Food and Drinks | Germany
phenomenology
44.5: 626 Capitalised Ideas | Philosophy
Puderzucker
44.5: 626 Food and Drinks | Germany
that
44.5: 627 Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-known
44.5: 626 (a - pastry from Berlin) Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters