!!> Reading ➶ Vineland ➮ Author Thomas Pynchon – Writerscompany.co.uk

Vineland Vineland, A Zone Of Blessed Anarchy In Northern California, Is The Last Refuge Of Hippiedom, A Culture Devastated By The Sobriety Epidemic, Reaganomics, And The Tube Here, In An Orwellian 1984, Zoyd Wheeler And His Daughter Prairie Search For Prairie S Long Lost Mother, A Sixties Radical Who Ran Off With A Narc Vineland Is Vintage Pynchon, Full Of Quasi Allegorical Characters, Elaborate Unresolved Subplots, Corny Songs Floozy With An Uzi , Movie Spoofs Pee Wee Herman In The Robert Musil Story , And Illicit Sex Including A Macho Variation On The Infamous Sportscar Scene In V..For Than Seventy Years, Penguin Has Been The Leading Publisher Of Classic Literature In The English Speaking World With Than 1,700 Titles, Penguin Classics Represents A Global Bookshelf Of The Best Works Throughout History And Across Genres And Disciplines Readers Trust The Series To Provide Authoritative Texts Enhanced By Introductions And Notes By Distinguished Scholars And Contemporary Authors, As Well As Up To Date Translations By Award Winning Translators.


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10 thoughts on “Vineland

  1. says:

    Vineland is downplayed by Pynchon fans and completely ignored by curious newbies, who tend to pass over it in favour either of the big game status of one of his doorstop meganovels, or of the appealing slenderness of The Crying of Lot 49 Shame All his gifts


  2. says:

    So when you think of Pynchon you think of serious work, right And trudgery and difficulty and obfuscation and pedanticism, and like this dizzying thing that just makes you feel unintellectual and slow for never being able to catch up, right Well if that is the case,


  3. says:

    This is without a doubt one of the most insane books ever written, even by Pynchon s standards this is something else, the characters are bonkers, the story if you could call it that is nuts , not a lot makes sense, the writing feels schizophrenic, there are moments that c


  4. says:

    The novel transports him back to California, the country he has often visited, even lived in, but which still seems like a dream, everything too vivid, too distinct, too much to be real, the Pacific viewed from halfway up a mountain, separated into bands progressing from aquamari


  5. says:

    If Three Should Be FiveI first readVinelandsome time in the 90 s Based on an imperfect recollection of it, I rated it three stars when I joined GoodReads I ve raised my rating to five stars, partly because of how much fun I had reading it a second time.I can t think of a better novel to


  6. says:

    I don t usually finish a book and start a review in the same breath But I also don t usually allow myself to readthan one of an author s works within a calendar year many books, little time, etc though of course Stephen King would be this year s other exception because the Tower, all things yi


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    come provare, leggendo, l effetto di una sbornia di tetris nella vita 1 fui nel tunnel, so di cosa parlo ci sono un mucchio di forme colorate che piovono dall alto, e istintivamente cerchi di far quadrare tutto nuovi personaggi, riferimenti, sottoplot, collegamenti.solo che a differenza del giochetto


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  9. says:

    Gravity s Rainbow is the flashy intellectual you date for a few months before discovering his her pretensions to be vaguely problematic long term Vineland like Zoyd is the partner you keep around for while, who cuddles you at night and makes fancy herbal tea I ll stay friends wi...


  10. says:

    I had a preconceived notion of what just how good Vineland would be before I read it My opinions about the book have been influenced by numerous accounts of how weak it was After having read everything that preceded Pynchon s fourth novel, it s still difficult for me to wholeheartedly disagree, even though I thoroughly e


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