Reading: In the Matrix

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In the Matrix

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Reginald Martin

University of Memphis
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Tolson and Pynchon, between them ... allow us to examine how canonicity is produced and theorized by writers and critics, and how, accordingly, academic critics regard their roles as agents of the cultural center.... I want to examine the rhetoric of cultural marginality and the uses to which it is put by disparately positioned writers and critics. And the purpose of mapping this rhetoric, in turn, is to make visible the microphenomena of reception and neglect in individual case histories. (5)
How to Cite: Martin, R., (1992). In the Matrix. Pynchon Notes. (30-31), pp.198–200. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/pn.246
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Published on 22 Sep 1992.
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