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Inhaltsangabe: Thomas Pynchon's 1997 novel Mason & Dixon marked a deep shift in Pynchon's career and in American letters in general. All of Pynchon's novels had been socially and politically aware, marked by social criticism and a profound questioning of American values. They have carried the labels of satire and black humor, and "Pynchonesque" has come to be associated with erudition, a playful style, anachronisms and puns -- and an interest in scientific theories, popular culture, paranoia, and the "military-industrial complex." In short, Pynchon's novels were the sine qua non of postmodernism; Mason & Dixon went further, using the same style, wit, and erudition to re-create an 18th century when "America" was being formed as both place and idea. Pynchon's focus on the creation of the Mason-Dixon Line and the governmental and scientific entities responsible for it makes a clearer statement than any of his previous novels about the slavery and imperialism at the heart of the Enlightenment, as he levels a dark and hilarious critique at this America. This volume of new essays studies the interface between 18th- and 20th-century culture both in Pynchon's novel and in the historical past. It offers fresh thinking about Pynchon's work, as the contributors take up the linkages between the 18th and 20th centuries in studies that are as concerned with culture as with the literary text itself.

Contributors: Mitchum Huehls, Brian Thill, Colin Clarke, Pedro Garcia-Caro, Dennis Lensing, Justin M. Scott Coe, Ian Copestake, Frank Palmeri.

Über den Autor: Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds is Professor and Chair of the English Department at SUNY Brockport.

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Buchbeschreibung Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2009. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 224 x 147 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. When Thomas Pynchon s novel Mason Dixon was published in 1997, it marked a deep shift in Pynchon s career and in American letters in general. All of Pynchon s novels had been socially and politically aware: V., The Crying of Lot 49, Gravity s Rainbow, and Vineland are all marked by social criticism and a profound questioning of American values. They have carried the labels of satire and black humor; Pynchonesque has come to be associated with erudition, a playful style, anachronisms and puns - and an interest in scientific theories, popular culture, paranoia, and the military-industrial complex, which may or may not, according to Pynchon s wild and widely populated casts of characters, be the definitive feature of America. In short, Pynchon s novels were preeminently postmodern. Mason Dixon moved beyond postmodernism to use the same style, wit, and erudition to re-create an eighteenth century when America was being formed as both the place and the idea we have come to know.Pynchon s focus on the creation of the Mason-Dixon Line and the governmental and scientific entities responsible for it makes a clearer statement than any of his previous novels about the slavery and imperialism at the heart of the Enlightenment, and Mason Dixon levels a dark and hilarious critique at this America. The novel was a New York Times bestseller. ~~ This volume of new essays studies the interface between eighteenth- and twentieth-century culture both in Pynchon s novel and in the historical past. It offers fresh thinking about Pynchon s work, not only because it deals with his most recent novel, but also because the contributors take up the linkages between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries in studies that are as concerned with culture as with the literary text itself.~~ The scope of the volume is indicated by its four sections: The Rounds of History, about historiography and narrative temporality; Consumption Then and Now, which deals with slavery, trade, and consumption; Space and Power, which confronts the connections between place and imperial power in the eighteenth century; and Enlightenment Microhistories, which studies in detail three specific eighteenth-century incidents. ~~~~~~~ ELIZABETH JANE WALL HINDS is Professor of English at The College at Brockport, State University of New York. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAH9781571134110

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