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Introduction Inger H. Dalsgaard, Luc Herman and Brian McHale; Biographical note John M. Krafft; Part I. Canon: 1. Early Pynchon Luc Herman; 2. The Crying of Lot 49 and other California novels Thomas Hill Schaub; 3. Gravity's Rainbow Steven Weisenburger; 4. Mason and Dixon Kathryn Hume; 5. Against the Day Bernard Duyfhuizen; Part II. Poetics: 6. Pynchon in literary history David Cowart; 7. Pynchon's postmodernism Brian McHale; 8. Pynchon's intertexts David Seed; Part III. Issues: 9. History Amy J. Elias; 10. Politics Jeff Baker; 11. Alterity Deborah Madsen; 12. Science and technology Inger H. Dalsgaard; Coda: how to read Pynchon Hanjo Berressem.
Dr Inger H. Dalsgaard is Associate Professor of American Studies, Department of English, University of Aarhus, Denmark. Luc Herman is Professor of American Literature and Narrative Theory at the University of Antwerp. Brian McHale is Distinguished Arts and Humanities Professor of English at Ohio State University.
"Anyone interested in classic postmodern theory and and how it still defines the way innovative US fiction is read should read this book. --Ali Chetwynd, University of Michigan