Thomas Pynchon in context / edited by Inger H. Dalsgaard.

Thomas Pynchon in Context guides students, scholars and other readers through the global scope and prolific imagination of Pynchon's challenging, canonical work, providing the most up-to-date and authoritative scholarly analyses of his writing. This book is divided into three parts. The first,...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Dalsgaard, Inger H., (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
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Table of Contents:
  • Biography / John M. Krafft
  • Letters and juvenilia / Albert Rolls
  • Nonfiction / Katie Muth
  • East Coast / Christopher Leise
  • West Coast / Scott McClintock and John Miller
  • Europe and Asia / J. Paul Narkunas
  • Africa and Latin America / Michael Harris
  • Geographies and mapping / Sascha Pohlmann
  • The eighteenth century / Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds
  • The nineteenth century / Paolo Simonetti
  • The twentieth century / Steven Weisenburger
  • The twenty-first century / Celia Wallhead
  • History and metahistory / David Cowart
  • Family / Mark Rohland
  • Sex and gender / Ali Chetwynd and Georgios Maragos
  • Humor / Doug Haynes
  • Popular culture / Eric Sandberg
  • Music and sound / Justin St. Clair
  • Film and television / John Dugdale
  • Real estate and the internet / Inger H. Dalsgaard
  • Politics and counterculture / Joanna Freer
  • Drugs and hippies / Umberto Rossi
  • Ecology and the environment / Christopher K. Coffman
  • Capitalism and class / Jeffrey Severs
  • War and power / Dale Carter
  • Conspiracy and paranoia / Samuel Chase Coale
  • Terror and anarchy / James Gourley
  • Science and technology / Gilles Chamerois
  • Mathematics / Nina Engelhardt
  • Time and relativity / Simon de Bourcier
  • Philosophy / Martin Paul Eve
  • Religion and spirituality / Richard Moss
  • Death and afterlife / Tiina Kakela
  • Narratology / Luc Herman
  • Genre / Zofia Kolbuszewska
  • Postmodernism / Brian McHale
  • Ambiguity / Deborah L. Madsen
  • Realities / Kathryn Hume
  • Material readings / Tore Rye Andersen
  • Digital readings / Joseph Tabbi
  • Internet resources / Michel Ryckx and Tim Ware
  • Fandom / David Kipen
  • Book reviews and reception / Douglas Keesey
  • Critical literature review / Hanjo Berressem.