Pynchon has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Tiger World Enterprises' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Pynchon was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] that New York magazine has, for decades, protected several biographical details about Thomas Pynchon? Is it relevant that the IRL Ferrante is the daughter of a Holocaust refugee? And also: Why do we [...]
[...] the screen-play for Inherent Vice, Anderson lifted much of the dialogue straight from Thomas Pynchon’s novel. Now Pynchon is not known for his clarity. Realising this, Anderson promoted the figure [...]
[...] when to stop reading a book? Follow 38 minutes ago 38m ago I'm reading Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon. I'm finding it hard to follow. I'm on page 140 and sort of know the main characters and roughly [...]
[...] in The Corrections? Any of the characters in Infinite Jest? Any of the characters in anything Pynchon has ever written? Or Martin Amis? Or Orhan Pamuk? Or Alice Munro, for that matter? If you’re [...]
[...] Vice'' was adapted by Anderson from the [[Inherent Vice|novel of the same name]] by [[Thomas Pynchon]], and stars an ensemble cast including [[Joaquin Phoenix]], [[Josh Brolin]], [[Owen Wilson]], [[ [...]
[...] version of Duran Duran, along with other rare writings by Gaiman. (Los Angeles Times) Did Thomas Pynchon publish a novel in April and did no one notice? Art Winslow speculates that a 540-page novel [...]