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A Gravity's Rainbow Companion by Steven Weisenburger
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Jul 11, 2008

it was amazing
Read in January, 2000

For anyone wanting to enjoy Thomas Pynchon's masterpiece, GRavity's Rainbow, you may need a map to understand the great number of obscure references to many topics: the Brothers Grimm, rocket technology, occultism, war profiteering, plastics, etc. I have read GR three times and can attest to the usefulness of this book. It will be a key to one of the most wondrous reading experiences available.

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