Chabon, though as referential as Pynchon, has never been one to code his allusions; he flies them proudly.
Pynchon is the author of several novels and one short-story collection.
Maybe if I had seen Pynchon again, I could have gotten to the dazzling essence, the inner Pynchon, the true Pynchon!
Move over, Pynchon—the 83-year-old Joseph McElroy is as inventive as ever, and this time he takes on the Iraq War.
Whatever the wisdom of Gaddis, I was thrilled to be so close to the shambles of Pynchon.
Rather, in his new novel, Bleeding Edge, Pynchon has encountered a subject that resists even his ample literary capacities.
Hutchinson says of him: Mr. Pynchon was a gentleman of learning, as well as religion.