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[I]n America is Abundance, impossible to reach the end of in one lifetime,– hence, from the Mortal point of view, infinite.

-Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

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Next worst thing to unrequited Love, isn’t it? Insufficient hate.

-Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

Literature

[T]here had wrapp’d ’round him the certainty that whatever was come for him now, had also come for her then,– not in the way of a Bailiff or Assassin, at all selective, but rather as a Dredge, a Scavenger, foraging blind…

-Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

Literature

“You believ’d… Really…?”
“Oh well, ‘really,’– it’s like a Woman, isn’t it, you look at each other, you think Of course not, she thinks Of course not,– yet the Alternatives hang about, don’t they, like Wraiths.”

-Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

Literature

Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon

I’ve always wondered what my reading history would look like as a graphic. I have this idea of plotting every book I’ve ever read on a wall based on how similar the books are to each other taking into account e.g. 299 more words

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Bleedin' hell

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon

It is 2001 in New York City, in the lull between the collapse of the dotcom boom and the terrible events of September 11th.

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Faking Lit Review of Infinite Jest

by Haran X MD MA (Cantab) BA (Baracus)

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

The first thing that is noticeable about this book is its sheer heft. Epic, gargantuan, massive – these are just some words that David Foster Wallace would eschew in favour of something more pretentious when describing the size of… 1,305 more words

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