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Regular version of the site

Book chapter

America of Pynchon in a European City Space (on Thomas Pynchon Gravity’s Rainbow)

P. 154-161.
Editor of translation: I. V. Morozova, J. B. Fernandez.

In the Novel Gravity’s Rainbow, which formally depicts the end of The Second World War and the beginning of the postwar period, the characters being American culture representatives get into a European city medium. A popular phrase “Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas any more…” that was an epigraph to Part III of the book proves that in the novel there is a theme of an alien and at the same time so familiar to the American culture space

In book

Edited by: И. В. Морозова, J. B. Fernandez, L. Hepner et al. M.; Orlando: The University of Central Florida, 2015.