Thomas Pynchon: Reading from the Margins
This volume is a collection of essays by various academics looking at how identity is shaped, gendered, and contested throughout Pynchon's work. By exploring sociological, anthropological, literary, and political dimensions, the contributors revise important ideas in the debate over individualism using political and feminist theory and examine the different ways in which their writings embody, engage, and critique the official narratives generated by America's culture.
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Death and The Crying of Lot 49
The Crying of Lot 49
Technology Woman and the Decay of the Modern in Thomas Pynchons V
Sexual DevianceDiversity in Gravitys Rainbow and Mason Dixon
Ideological Collapse and Ecofeminist Resistance in Vineland
Relations between The Crying of Lot 49 and The Great Gatsby
Heterotopic Scenarios in The Crying of Lot 49
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