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Pynchon's Poetics

Interfacing Theory and Text

Pynchon's Poetics is a provocative, intelligent analysis of V., The Crying of Lot 49, Gravity's Rainbow, and Vineland. Hanjo Berrssem examines these works in the light of poststructuralist thought and literary theory, investigating the notion of subjectivity and the relations between the subject, culture, and language.

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