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  1. A good introduction to Thomas Pynchon’s V Gravity's Rainbow, The Crying of Lot 49 and Slow Learner. The approach is non-academic—Newman discusses the works in general, rather than focusing on specific themes and techniques (such as film, psychoanalysis or myth)—and you don’t have to have a background in literary theory and criticism to follow his argument.

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