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Silences and Worlds: Wittgenstein and Pynchon

Silences and Worlds: Wittgenstein and Pynchon

Sascha Pöhlmann

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 158-180

Apocalyptic Quest in Thomas Pynchon’s V. and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

Apocalyptic Quest in Thomas Pynchon’s V. and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

Andrei Vasilenko

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 21-29

Ideas of Community in The Crying of Lot 49

Ideas of Community in The Crying of Lot 49

Paula Martín Salván

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 74-86

Pynchon’s Bequest

Pynchon’s Bequest

Robert L. McLaughlin

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 246-252

Gravity’s Rainbow: A Portrait of the Artist as Engineer

Gravity’s Rainbow: A Portrait of the Artist as Engineer

Birger Vanwesenbeeck

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 144-157

Useless Lumpens in Gravity’s Rainbow

Useless Lumpens in Gravity’s Rainbow

Robert Holton

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 114-126

Childhood as a Metaphor: Motif and Narrative Device in Mason & Dixon

Childhood as a Metaphor: Motif and Narrative Device in Mason & Dixon

Zofia Kolbuszewska

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 229-241

Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon’s “Peter Pinguid Society”

Historical Sources for Thomas Pynchon’s “Peter Pinguid Society”

Martin Paul Eve

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 242-245

Introduction (Granada Pynchon Conference Volume)

Introduction (Granada Pynchon Conference Volume)

Celia Wallhead and Francisco Collado-Rodríguez

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 9-20

Medicine and the Paranormal in Gravity’s Rainbow: Ephyre, Anaphylaxis, and That Charles Richet

Medicine and the Paranormal in Gravity’s Rainbow: Ephyre, Anaphylaxis, and That Charles Richet

Terry Reilly and Steve Tomaske

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 181-191

Seeing the Wood for the Trees: Levels of Reading and Intertextual Mythmaking in Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow

Seeing the Wood for the Trees: Levels of Reading and Intertextual Mythmaking in Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow

Mark Quinn

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 192-211

“Presto Change-o! Tyrone Slothrop’s English Again!”: Puritan Conversion, Imperfect Assurance, and the Salvific Sloth in Gravity’s Rainbow

“Presto Change-o! Tyrone Slothrop’s English Again!”: Puritan Conversion, Imperfect Assurance, and the Salvific Sloth in Gravity’s Rainbow

Christopher Leise

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 127-143

Using Schema Theory to Trace the Connections between the Different Aspects of the Conflicting Roles of Oedipa Maas and the Intertext of Remedios Varo

Using Schema Theory to Trace the Connections between the Different Aspects of the Conflicting Roles of Oedipa Maas and the Intertext of Remedios Varo

Celia Wallhead

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 87-99

Measuring the World Anew

Measuring the World Anew

Tore Rye Andersen

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 253-258

No Either/Or: The Stagnation of Forces in Pynchon’s Universe: Ethical and Gender Undecidability in Two Spanish Cases

No Either/Or: The Stagnation of Forces in Pynchon’s Universe: Ethical and Gender Undecidability in Two Spanish Cases

Francisco Collado-Rodríguez

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 46-56

Contributors

Contributors

Bernard Duyfhuizen, John M. Krafft and Khachig Tölölyan

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 259-261

In Fascism’s Footprint: The History of “Creeping” and Vineland’s Poetics of Betrayal

In Fascism’s Footprint: The History of “Creeping” and Vineland’s Poetics of Betrayal

Jeffrey Severs

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 212-228

In the Zone: Sovereignty and Bare Life in Gravity’s Rainbow

In the Zone: Sovereignty and Bare Life in Gravity’s Rainbow

Steven Weisenburger

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 100-113

The Form of the Conspiracy: Ricardo Piglia’s Reading of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49

The Form of the Conspiracy: Ricardo Piglia’s Reading of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49

David Kelman

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 57-73

Countering Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49 with Reader Involvement: Remedios Varo as a Role Model for Oedipa Maas

Countering Entropy in The Crying of Lot 49 with Reader Involvement: Remedios Varo as a Role Model for Oedipa Maas

William Day

2011-09-22 V. is for Varo Too - Issue: 56-57 • 30-45

Notes

Notes

John M. Krafft, Bernard Duyfhuizen and Khachig Tölölyan

2008-09-22 Site Specific - Issue: 54-55 • 273-274

The Mittelwerke: Site–Para-Site–Non-Site

The Mittelwerke: Site–Para-Site–Non-Site

Galena Hashhozheva

2008-09-22 Site Specific - Issue: 54-55 • 137-153

The Leibniz Connection: Nazi Symbolism, Calculus and Leibnizian Worldmaking in Gravity's Rainbow

The Leibniz Connection: Nazi Symbolism, Calculus and Leibnizian Worldmaking in Gravity's Rainbow

Bernd Klähn

2008-09-22 Site Specific - Issue: 54-55 • 169-182

Bibliography (-2008)

Bibliography (-2008)

John M. Krafft

2008-09-22 Site Specific - Issue: 54-55 • 275-298

Ilse/Lies: Nietzsche and/in Pynchon

Ilse/Lies: Nietzsche and/in Pynchon

Jim Neighbors

2008-09-22 Site Specific - Issue: 54-55 • 183-194