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Inherent Vice Wiki

Visit the wiki for Inherent Vice, with page-by-page annotations, a great playlist, index of characters, aggregated reviews, and much more...

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Video Re National Book Award & Gravity's Rainbow

Don't miss this amazing video about Gravity's Rainbow winning the National Book Award, including a recording of Professor Irwin Corey's hilarious acceptance speech.

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Search V., Gravity's Rainbow and Mason & Dixon with Google Embedded Book search.

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The Pynchon Wiki

Check out the wikis for all of Thomas Pynchon's novels, an invaluable resource for readers of Pynchon's novels. And if you believe you've got insights to share, register to become an editor.

Lot 49 Mysteries in California

Turns out the entire text of The Crying of Lot 49 is being broadcast in semaphore from the top of Adobe's Almaden Towers headquarters. San Jose Semaphore, by artist Ben Rubin, is a permanent public artwork commissioned by Adobe Systems Incorporated in collaboration with the City of San Jose's Office of Cultural Affair's Public Art Program. The code was recently cracked by two Silicon Valley tech workers, Mark Snesrud and Bob Mayo.

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Jonathan Rosenbaum on Reading Pynchon

If you haven't read Jonathan Rosenbaum's excellent and insightful essay on Vineland,"Pynchon's Prayer," originally published in 1990 in the Chicago Reader, now's your opportunity. It's available on his blog.

Pynchon's Surprise Party

San Francisco writer Michael Corrigan wrote a lovely article about him and his pals throwing a surprise party for Pynchon at a local bar.

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The HyperArts Listening Room
Tones for your Bones...

The Modern Word
The ultimate "post-modern" fiction site, maintained by The Great Quail (aka Allen Ruch)

Mikhail Bulgakov - The Master and Margarita
Kevin Moss's Web-based annotation of this really quite amazing Russian novel written in the '30s but not published until 1967.

William Gaddis Site
Excellent resource for the Gaddis reader, maintained by Victoria Harding

The Don DeLillo Society
Excellent and informative website on one of America's great contemporary novelists.

David Foster Wallace Site
The Howling Fantods, it's called. And it's all about DFW.

The rest is history...

Mark/Space Interplanetary Review
Anachron City/Great Linkage

Argon Zark!
Read the whole damned comic!!! Great graphics!

Eric Weisstein's Treasure Troves of Science
Great resource for questions that may arise regarding all that technical stuff.


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