Throughout his novels, Thomas Pynchon demonstrates a meticulous concern for the interrelationship and dislocation between character and locale. Pynchon places his fictions in actual geographic locations, and like James Joyce in Ulysses and Graham Greene in It's a Battlefield, he exploits each location by filling his fictions with facts.
How to Cite:
Duyfhuizen, B., (1981) “Starry-Eyed Semiotics: Learning to Read Slothrop's Map and Gravity's Rainbow”, Pynchon Notes 6, p.5-33. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/pn.477