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немного новостей:

в копилку пинчоноведа:

(2) Vital Objects: Materiality and Biopolitics in Thomas Pynchon’s V

и еще одна версия обложки, адаптированная Владимиром Вертинским

это еще одна обложка для коллекции и вдумчивого втыкания

Attention déjantage garanti ! Tout est dans le cocasse,le cynique, la dérision, la fantaisie. Un polar noir qui n’est ni un polar, ni noir.

а тут читателя натурально накрыло

а тут еще какой-то дурак кино посмотрел

а вот как смотрят это кино не дураки

ну и кое-что из старенького про “Край навылет”, пусть будет. и напомнить не помешает:

Thomas Pynchon on 9/11: American literature’s greatest conspiracy theorist finally addresses his country’s greatest trauma

The Audio Book Club Wrestles Thomas Pynchon

Thomas Pynchon’s “Bleeding Edge” is a surprisingly conven­tional novel about the unconventional new millennium.

Investigative novel ‘Bleeding Edge’ is a hit


Bonfire of the Inanities

Thomas Pynchon’s ‘Bleeding Edge’ a finalist in the National Book Awards

The Crying of September 11

Pynchon’s multigenre novel loses itself in glib in-jokes and pop-culture references

Bleeding Edge: Το τέλος του American Dream

“Bleeding Edge” του Thomas Pynchon

Στην πρωτοπορία ή στην κόψη του μαχαιριού(;)

еще греческой и не только критики

Thomas Pynchon rachets up the paranoia in Bleeding Edge

The Internet Is Trying to Kill You (Probably): Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — Bruce Stone

The Year America Caught Up To Thomas Pynchon

Authors reveal their Thomas Pynchon conspiracy theories

Realism loses meaning in age of internet and conspiracy mania. Thomas Pynchon lets his theories about September 11 attacks run riot

Thomas Pynchon on trashing our land, ourselves

Pynchon’s world has grown around us

Pynchon’s state of mind – and his books – run the gamut

Book review: Bleeding Edge, By Thomas Pynchon


New fiction from Thomas Pynchon: Blood on the tracks

Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon. The singular American author punches below his weight again in this misguided take on 9/11 and the dotcom bubble

A Predictably Pynchonian Take On The Internet And Sept. 11

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon: Dotcom survivors. A book where even the phrase “You are so grounded” takes on significance.

Pynchon . . . the invisible man of literature emerges again

Book Review: Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon

The Day Irony Stood Still: On Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge

Unexpected Refuge. Thomas Pynchon comes home. а также:

Pynchon, literacy, and Dickens

A year later, Thomas Pynchon’s “Bleeding Edge” still resonates with tech obsessives more than ever


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