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- novel published by American author Thomas Pynchon. The narrative follows Oedipa Maas, a young Californian woman, who begins to embrace a conspiracy theory...
- Lot 49, kirsch is mentioned in the opening sentence when the character Oedipa Maas wonders whether the Tupperware party hostess perhaps put too much in...
- the play broadly mirror those of the novel and give the main character, Oedipa Maas, a greater context with which to consider her predicament; the play...
- other similarly bizarre revelations that confront the novel's protagonist, Oedipa Maas. Like V., the novel contains a wealth of references to science and...
- The Crying of Lot 49 may be an ARG set up by Pierce Inverarity to bedevil Oedipa Maas, as may be the hallucinatory Turkish frontier across which A.W. Hill's...
- such as metafiction, ideogrammatic characterization, unrealistic names (Oedipa Maas, Benny Profane, etc.), plot elements and hyperbolic humor, deliberate...
- is boring. In Thomas Pynchon's novel The Crying of Lot 49, protagonist Oedipa Maas plays a game they call "Strip Botticelli" with lawyer Metzger in her...
- Post 19–26 December 1964 (1965) "The World (This One), the Flesh (Mrs. Oedipa Maas), and the Testament of Pierce Inverarity" Esquire 64 December 1965...
- post-structural literary theory Cayce is compared with the main character, Oedipa Maas, of Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 as detectives interpreting...
- "illustrat(ing) (...) the stultifying power of nostalgia", and compared Dixie Mae to Oedipa Maas; he also noted that "it is impossible to talk about the themes in a...
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