Unearthing lost Walt Whitman novel reveals
Irish TimesUnearthing lost Walt Whitman novel reveals roots of Leaves of GrassIrish Times'It's like seeing the workshop of a great writer. We're discovering the process of Whitman's own discovery'In a Walt Whitman Novel, Lost for 165 Years, Clues to 'Leaves of Grass'New York TimesWalt Whitman Quarterly Review | Vol 34 | No. 3 - Iowa Research Online - The University of IowaIowa Research Online - The University of Iowaall 22 news articles »
Posted on 21 February 2017 | 6:27 am
From Neil Gaiman, Norse tales as bracing as
Fayetteville ObserverFrom Neil Gaiman, Norse tales as bracing as the north wind ...Fayetteville ObserverIn his introduction to a reissue of the beloved children's classic "D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths," the novelist Michael Chabon observes that "everything that is ...Neil Gaiman announces Neverwhere sequel, The Seven SistersThe Guardianall 23 news articles »
Posted on 18 February 2017 | 9:00 pm
Salvadoran writer Castellanos Moya's novel
Salvadoran writer Castellanos Moya's novel an homage to Thomas BernhardThe Australian(Though Thomas Pynchon had surely done that in North America.) Rot has unsurprisingly struck back. Castellanos Moya has lived much of his life in exile, including Canada. He has been part of the City of Asylum program in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Posted on 17 February 2017 | 5:02 am
Best Bets: Visit widen open art, Spanish
Tallahassee.comBest Bets: Visit widen open art, Spanish guitaristTallahassee.comCowboy poet Baxter Black narrates the journey. Visithttps://greatfloridacattledrivepremiere.eventbrite.com. ANSWER OF THE WEEK. Last week we were talking about reclusive novelist Thomas Pynchon, who sent the late comedian Professor Irwin Corey to ...
Posted on 16 February 2017 | 7:36 am
A novella that feels more like a novel -
A novella that feels more like a novelGlens Falls Post-Star (blog)Sometimes you read a novella and it flies by, the characters don't develop much and the author gets straight to the point. That's not the case with Thomas Pynchon's 1966 novella The Crying of Lot 49. The second of Pynchon's works, The Crying of Lot 49, ...
Posted on 16 February 2017 | 4:04 am
Designers like Brooks Brothers and Zegna are bending the rules of men’s suits. To illustrate the new freedom, two dancers from the New York City Ballet test the limits of the wardrobe staple.
Posted on 13 April 2015 | 12:58 pm
New Ford technology will turn drivers’
Is it too much to ask motorists to pay attention?
Posted on 13 April 2015 | 2:05 am
A masterpiece of young geekhood
BOOK REVIEW | The author of ?The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet? is back with another dazzling performance.
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 3:50 pm
High-tech adventurer revels in geekiness
If you saw Neal Stephenson on the street, you might think he's just another geeky Seattle guy with a particularly impressive goatee. He blends right into...
Posted on 7 April 2015 | 6:26 am
Baddies in books: Captain Blicero in Thomas
He may be satirical, but Pynchon’s unsettling, cruel and perverted Nazi is a composite of the fears of the American psyche in 1973 Thomas Pynchon ’s Captain Blicero appears to be an archetypal baddie: a sadomasochistic, sexually indiscriminate pederast Nazi and the source of the mysterious 00000 V-2 rocket that is the white whale of Pynchon’s postmodern masterpiece Gravity’s Rainbow. Blicero ...
Posted on 7 April 2015 | 1:00 am
But Titus Andronicus—a group that shares its name with not just a Shakespeare play but also a fictional band in a Thomas Pynchon novel—is not afraid of pretension. Almost two years after he threatened to do it, Stickles has released the 29-track ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 5:13 pm
Summer Is Over: On John Cheever’s “The
Neddy’s story is surreal and finite. He is handsome, confident, and athletic, and yet a footstep away from the fiction of Thomas Pynchon. When Cheever writes that Neddy “was not a practical joker nor was he a fool but he was determinedly original and ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 8:14 pm
Owen Wilson Tries His More Serious Side
He was also challenged by his more dramatic turn in “Inherent Vice” (2014), based on Thomas Pynchon’s novel. “I hadn’t really read Thomas Pynchon, so understanding the story and the tone wasn’t obvious to me when I was doing the scene,” he says.
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 2:46 pm
The Mend review – tongue-in-cheek tale of
The lengthy sequence – a mix of the party in Tootsie, Thomas Pynchon’s short story Entropy and the “touch my heart with your foot” bit from Annie Hall – is an accurate representation of the best and worst of every New York soiree. Magary was wise ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 4:14 pm
Prop comics were the 20th century's greatest
And while the hyperkinetic, imaginative prose of Thomas Pynchon electrified literature in the past half-century, did Pynchon actually manage to build a hydraulic cigar lighter, or did he just peck away at some boring, completely practical typewriter?
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 3:20 am
Pynchon e-books coming out Wednesday
Another major e-book holdout has joined the digital world: Thomas Pynchon.
Posted on 12 June 2012 | 2:14 pm
Pynchon Fans Eager to Feast on New Novel
Zak Smith is a painter, a rebel and an Ivy Leaguer, a Yale University graduate with a green mohawk, an apartment of wall-to-wall illustrations and a passion for comics, classic novels — and Thomas Pynchon.
Posted on 11 November 2006 | 7:21 am
Resolved Question: Should one read Thomas
How difficult is he to read and is it worthwhile?
Posted on 13 February 2017 | 4:39 pm
Resolved Question: What about Thomas
I have been seeing glowing reviews for Mason & Dixon as well as Pynchon's other works, some call them Great American Novels. I have read part of the book, but not sure what makes this stand out from other novels.
Posted on 25 September 2012 | 11:40 pm
Resolved Question: Thomas Pynchon book
I am just looking for some small incite on the "The Small Rain" by Thomas Pynchon. I am writing an essay in which i need to prove a peace of my evidence but i cannot find an online source that has a book review on it? If you have any commentary on this book please share it.
Posted on 25 April 2012 | 1:02 pm
Resolved Question: Has anyone read Thomas
Thoughts, and how does it compare to his other works like "Gravity's Rainbow'?
Posted on 12 February 2012 | 6:27 am
Resolved Question: Favorite Thomas Pynchon
Posted on 9 November 2011 | 7:12 am