Against the Day Weblog

January 29, 2007

Sons and daughters

Filed under: General — basileios @ 12:34 pm
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‘Her love for Ljubica being impenetrable and indivisible as a prime number, other loves must be accordingly re-evaluated’

page 973

Would this sentence be possibly written by Pynchon if he did not have a son? There are quite a few personal (i would call them) feelings in Against the Day and not surprisingly some parts of Pynchon were changed by family life.

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