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The symbol from the Pynchon novel "The Crying of Lot 49" that was used by the Tristero post company. The post horn was used to signal the arrival or departure of a post rider or mail coach. It was used especially by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries. The stamp is hand-carved out of rubber and mounted on a piece of sanded salvaged wood. It comes in a recycled plastic and cardboard package. Use it to decorate your own cards, decorative/wrapping papers, stationary, packaging, etc…
Better Book Titles
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Evgeny Morozov reads Pynchon’s „Bleeding Edge“: The Deepest of Webs
This Tuesday, a new novel by Thomas Pynchon is published in the United States. „Bleeding Edge“ presents the vision of a world which can be free again only without the internet: a paranoid, necessary book by one of America’s most important writers.
Start of a Duel (Buried in The Sun)
Combing thru the archives of The Cornell Sun leads us to possible juvenalia from Thomas Pynchon and Richard Fariña, as well as a long-rumoured photograph of the elusive author. We find a slew of pseudonymous articles providing a glimpse into a circle of bright, ambitious and ultimatelty rather successful friends from Cornell circa '55-'60. In tracking down the details on a long-rumored photo, we turn up a reference to another.
Inherent Vice – Joaquin Pheonix nel primo trailer della detective story di Paul Thomas Anderson
Paul Thomas Anderson è pronto a regalarci un nuovo gioiello. Dopo il successo di The Master, il regista tornerà sul grande schermo con una detective...