In which we start looking at chapter 7 of Thomas Pynchon’s first novel, V. We discuss the opening and the first two of the numbered sections.
In which we take a look as chapter 6 of Thomas Pynchon’s debut novel, V.
In which we sit around talking in proper nouns about chapter five (v) of Thomas Pynchon’s V. We’ll be back in two weeks with a discussion on chapter six.
In which we examine the infamous nose job section, chapter 4 of Thomas Pynchon’s V.
In which we have a look at part four through eight of chapter three of Thomas Pynchon’s debut novel, V.
In which we have a look at the Dreaded Chapter Three of Thomas Pynchon’s V, through the end of the third section.
In which we take a moment to celebrate having made 100 episodes of this little podcast that started out on a whim. Thank you, listeners, for tuning in. We appreciate you all a great deal. Happy Pynchon in Public/Private Day! Stay safe out there.
In which we discuss the second chapter of Thomas Pynchon’s first novel, V. For the next episode, we will look at the first five sections of chapter three.
In which we get together and talk about COVID-19, politics, subjunctive space, and Oprah Winfrey.
In which we finish discussing chapter one of Thomas Pynchon’s novel, V. Shownotes: If you’ve wondered what a ’53 MG looked like, here’s one: Aug mentions the character Swiss Toni, from the Fast Show. Here’s a clip of some of his best moments. Liam mentioned Joanna Freer’s book, Thomas Pynchon and American Counter Culture: Powells; WorldCat eBook; […]