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* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Literature/{{Vineland}}'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially up and is more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Literature/{{Vineland}}'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.


* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Literature/{{Vineland}}'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Literature/{{Vineland}}'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's brilliance is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered fair and favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's brilliance is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's brilliance and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's brilliance and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's true and earth-shattering power is shown through his brilliant writing and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's brilliance and true and earth-shattering power is shown through his brilliant writing and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.



** The other two, arguably the strongest and even more profound in its intense raw emotions, ''Literature/MasonAndDixon'' and ''Literature/AgainstTheDay''.

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** The other two, arguably the strongest and even more profound in its intense raw emotions, profoundest, ''Literature/MasonAndDixon'' and ''Literature/AgainstTheDay''.


* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Vineland'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Vineland'', ''Literature/{{Vineland}}'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.


** That theory was once published in an article of the ''Soho Weekly News''. Pynchon sent a reply: ďNot bad. Keep trying.Ē

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** That theory was once published in an article of the ''Soho Weekly News''. Pynchon sent a reply: ďNot "Not bad. Keep trying.Ē"


* GeniusBonus: One or the other, depending on the work; whichever it is, heís probably the ''king'' of the trope in question.

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* GeniusBonus: One or the other, depending on the work; whichever it is, heís he's probably the ''king'' of the trope in question.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's true and earth-shattering power is shown through his writing and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchon's true and earth-shattering power is shown through his brilliant writing and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchonís brilliant writing and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít wasn't until ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchonís brilliant writing and Pynchon's true and earth-shattering power is shown through his writing and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.



* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravityís Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Vineland'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: For all the zany antics that go on in his books, moments of immense melancholy and sadness are also bound to show up, especially that it becomes more pronounced in his post-''Gravityís post-''Gravity's Rainbow'' novels. Perhaps most apparent in ''Vineland'', which centers around the collapse of a family and their efforts to make things right again.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchonís brilliant writing and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' ''Literature/GravitysRainbow'' where Pynchonís brilliant writing and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing and true power is shown and continues to gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLotFourtyNine'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/TheCryingOfLotFourtyNine'' ''Literature/TheCryingOfLot49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/V'' and ''Literature/LotFourtyNine'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''Literature/V'' ''Literature/{{V}}'' and ''Literature/LotFourtyNine'' ''Literature/TheCryingOfLotFourtyNine'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.


* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''V.'' and ''Lot 49'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Although ''V.'' ''Literature/V'' and ''Lot 49'' ''Literature/LotFourtyNine'' is considered favorable among fans, it wasnít until ''Gravityís Rainbow'' where Pynchon Pynchonís brilliant writing is shown and gain wider recognition around the globe.



** The other two, arguably the strongest, ''Mason & Dixon'' and ''Against the Day''.

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** The other two, arguably the strongest, ''Mason & Dixon'' strongest and ''Against the Day''.even more profound in its intense raw emotions, ''Literature/MasonAndDixon'' and ''Literature/AgainstTheDay''.

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