Gravitys Rainbow



We Could Tell You The Year Is 1944, That The Main Character Is Called Tyrone Slothrop And That He Has A Problem Because Bombs Are Falling Across Europe And Crashing To Earth At The Exact Locations Of His Sexual Conquests But That Doesn T Really Begin To Cover It.Reading This Book Is Like Falling Down A Rabbit Hole Into An Outlandish, Sinister, Mysterious, Absurd, Compulsive Netherworld As The Financial Times Said, You Must Forget Earlier Notions About Life And Letters And Even The Novel Forty Years Since Publication, Gravity S Rainbow Has Lost None Of Its Power To Enthral.Gravitys Rainbow

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[KINDLE] ❅ Gravitys Rainbow  Author Thomas Pynchon – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 902 pages
  • Gravitys Rainbow
  • Thomas Pynchon
  • English
  • 23 April 2017
  • 0099511754

10 thoughts on “Gravitys Rainbow

  1. says:

    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 new readers can get over the hump Trust me, it s a small hump, and the masterpiece that lies on the other side is worth the effort.1 Read V first Pyn 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 advic...

  2. says:

    THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A MAN IN WW2 HE GETS ERECTIONS.

  3. says:

    What is the real nature of controlFrom 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 second It is a world of frightening realism and comic absurdity, all fueled through drug induced hallucinations, paranoid ramblings, and psychological investigations that is not all that unlike our own reality once you remove yourself to view it from afar as if it were some painti What is the real nature of controlFrom 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 second It is a world of frightening realism and comic absurdity, all fueled through drug induced hallucinations, paranoid ramblings, and psychological investigations that is not all that unlike our own reality once you remove yourself to view it from afar as if it were some painting in a gallery This is the Zone, and Pynchon is your field guide through the wasteland of paranoids, preterits and pornographers The novel is stylistically staggering and so carefully r...

  4. says:

    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 stillthan 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 used.So yeah, I can now say I ve read this book 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 ...

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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 myself, I read for many reasons among them the opportunity to transcend the narrow window of my own point of view the chance to learn by a leap, however minimally, over the subjective walls of my own stupid existence also and especially to inhabit for a few moments the warm pulse of 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 myself, I read for many reasons among them the opportunity to transcend the narrow window of my own point of view the chance to learn by a leap, however minimally, over the subjective walls of my own stupid existence also and especially to inhabit for a few moments the warm pulse of aesthetic bliss and recognition that waves over me whenever a certain sentence or passage hits just soat a basic level, to increase my appreciation and understanding of Life, and those artists and thinkers out there striving to contribute to the meaning of human experience, those attempting to bring some beauty or order into the entropic universe and make a little sense out of this mess of a reality we re stuck in for the duratio...

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    This 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 Mao II It is an amazing book and the first Pynchon I ever read It is a rude introduction to his style though as it is thoroughly post modern in narration, manipulation of time and reality, and proliferation of characters There are moments of ...

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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 reason we don t hear from him is because he has nothing to say and knows that if we gave him a microphone and fifteen minutes he d be found out.90% of the people who pick up this novel won t finish it, and 90% of those who do won t like it But 100% 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 reason we don t hear from him is because he has nothing to say and knows that if we gave him a microphone an...

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    PrologueA screaming comes across the sky It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now GenesisIn 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 heavens.The land consisted of rock Water was everywhere, but still precious.The sky was light by day and dark by night By day, the light came from the sun and sometimes the moon At night, a lesser light came fro PrologueA screaming comes across the sky It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now GenesisIn the beginning was the earth, and above the earth was the ...

  9. says:

    Gather round, everyone, and hear the tale of why the reasoning not the rejection itself, mind you behind the rejection of this novel for the Pulitzer Prize of 74 fucking pisses me off.Their reason Obscenity I would hope that they at least wrote an essay justifying their decision that went beyond an insipid mix of morally outraged blatherings and oblique mentions of coprophilia he ate what Poop Oh, we cannot stand for this we simply must not accept this and god forbid we even think for a Gather round, everyone, and hear the tale of why the reasoning not the rejection itself, mind you behind the rejection of this novel for the Pulitzer Prize of 74 fucking pisses me off.Their reason Obscenity I would hope that they at least wrote an essay justifying their decision that went beyond an insipid mix of morally outraged blatherings and oblique mentions of coprophilia he ate what Poop Oh, we cannot stand for this we simply must not accept this and god forbid we even think for a moment on the context or, you know, try to understand.Because right before, right before this event that in my particular edition takes up a mere two pages out of seven hundred and sixty, yes, 760, count em, of wonder and glory that I will expand upon ...

  10. says:

    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 surro You know that very brief m...

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