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    Advice for a first time reader of Gravity's Rainbow Gravity's Rainbow is a book you either love or hate and if you hate it it's probably because you couldn't finish the damn thing Though by no means impenetrable the novel is daunting enough to merit a list of tips for those wishing to tackle it for the first time Below is my advice on how

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    ‘ What is the real nature of control?’ From the first sentence of Pynchon’s National Book Award winning novel Gravity’s Rainbow the Reader is transplanted into a threatening world where death strikes first the cause

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    It took three months but I finally pinned this sucker down to the count of ten Three months is kinda perfect if you think about it

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    August 2020 Rereading this now in my Pulitzer uest Wow as amazingly confusing as the first time aroundThis is of course the Pynchon pinnacle the summit of his fame the cornerstone of his work So much so that he fell silent for about 14 years after writing it leading me to wonder if DeLillo was spoofing him in Ma

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    I know history is rarely kind to harsh criticisms about super nebulous or difficult authors but dig this This book is horrible After reading The Crying of Lot 49 Slow Learner and now this I'm convinced that Thomas Pynchon is a hack and the rea

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    I don’t know why exactly you folks out there read or why you feel compelled to then seek out a community in which you might share your thoughts impressions reactions etc about the books you’ve read But me myse

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    You know that very brief moment after you wake up in the morning? That moment when you're not sleeping but you're not yet awake You ki

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    Prologue A screaming comes across the sky It has happened before but there is nothing to compare it to nowGenesisIn the beginning was the earth and above the earth was the sky The earth consisted of land and water The sky consisted of air the moon the sun and the stars in the heavensThe land consisted of rock Water was everywhere but still preciousThe sky was light by day and dark by night By day the light came from the sun and sometimes

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Cant to the second half of the 20th century as Joyce's Ulysses was to the first Its sprawling encyclopedic n. It took three months but I finally pinned this sucker down to the count of ten Three months is kinda perfect if you think about it though That s my typical honeymoon period in most relationships the enthusiastic I can still than tolerate you part so great timing yeah Sure I cheated on him on about 15 separate occasions in that time frame but hell nobody s perfect The library card in my wallet is like a condom just begging to be usedSo yeah I can now say I ve read this book Oh and you know what else So Fucking What What Pynchon has created here is like a goddamned kaleidoscope every time you look in you re going to see something else It will give it up and give it up and then beg for some All it takes is a minor flip of the wrist and BOOM An all new explosion of madness Oh come on I fucking dare you to read this book and not make a single sexual reference while reviewing it Shiny steel Roaring rocket Skat skat BoomYou finish and you say Okay Now that the hard part s over heh now I can go back and actually read this thing You know after I practice a few times by reading this thing The strange bit of all that is it doesn t feel like a cross to bear I want to read it again You know over about a year sipping it slowly like I dunno something fancy that people drink slowly because it s fancy If Pynchon s not sucking you down a black hole of sonic prose snake charming you all woozy with pages upon pages of seriously some of the most gorgeous sprawling shit you will ever read then he s grabbing your hand and skipping you along the Land of Oz while feeding you poppers and whippits and champagne all while conducting a symphony of melancholy deceptively presented as a cheeky musical in your mind with an ensemble cast who are all candy flipping and drunk More often than not he manages as much all at once while also making you laugh so hard actually out loud that you get funny looks from strangers and maybe even shoot a little snot from one nostril Embarrassing There s no place like Oz there s no place like Oz there s no place like OzTwo things First a warning Don t read this in public You will be reading about shit entering a mouth as you wait in the lobby of an auto shop for your oil to get changed all while America s Funniest Home Videos plays in the background and an angel blonde little girl is staring at you blankly while pulling her lower lip into strange shapes you will be having your blood drawn and turning your ereader away from the nurse s all too nearby eyes because just like when mom and dad came in during the worst scenes of whatever movies you watched as a teen you are of course reading the part where a case of mistaken identity ends in an oopsy doopsy orchiectomy just after the part where that guy was having sex with that prostitute while calling her by racial slurs as she planned her grocery list in her head eyes dead and distant High potentiality for awkward moments with snoopy strangers trust me Second thing About that my roommate has finally beat this old purist into submission with an ereader As my book continued to disintegrate she took advantage of this opportunity to come out victorious in her long standing campaign to convert me to digibooks and downloaded this novel went to the page I was on and sat it in my lap As we were in the middle of a move and my book was in pieces in various boxes in the back of my car for ten days I couldn t exactly say no I suppose it s high time that I admit the damned thing is pretty convenient Dammit Moving on then I read from the reader when out of the house and tore up my hard copy at home I will continue to graffiti the latter during future re readings Here is what is left after a first pass I only hit you because I love you book Point being ignore the haters and stop being such a sissy Dive baby dive The water s good Or do you just hate swimming And Christmas And puppies Original review so the comment thread will continue to make sense My copy is so old and poorly constructed that the glue can t hold the weight and the pages are falling out like baby teeth as I turn them so much so that I keep finding myself holding a sheet of paper in my hand like it s parchment in order to read the left side text of the novel Somehow this strange reading method the literal breaking apart of the story as I move through it seems appropriate Also the spine itself has fault lines indicating a future separation of the physical book into 4 large chunks which is even better really I should probably buy some duct tape though or this could get confusing The cover says this book cost its original owner 4 dollars and ninety five cents Can you even get a kindle short story for that these days

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Gravity's Rainbow

Arrative and penetrating analysis of the impact of technology on society make it an intellectual tour de for. You know that very brief moment after you wake up in the morning That moment when you re not sleeping but you re not yet awake You kind of know what s going but you re not fully aware You re in conciousness limbo When you read Gravity s Rainbow you fall into this conciousness limbo You read the words on the page but they don t all make sense You re confused you don t know what s going on but you love it You re floating through this syntactical Pandora s Box fully unaware of your surroundings not wanting to stop reading so you just read and read this 900 page page tome never wanting to stop And then it ends And you want to start again Because you know that this is the greatest novel ever written And you ll never read anything like it ever again

Read & Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Thomas Pynchon

Winner of the 1973 National Book Award Gravity's Rainbow is a postmodern epic a work as exhaustively signifi. THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A MAN IN WW2 HE GETS ERECTIONS