Pynchonesque

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Etymology[edit]

Pynchon +‎ -esque

Adjective[edit]

Pynchonesque ‎(comparative more Pynchonesque, superlative most Pynchonesque)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or in the style of Thomas Pynchon
    • 1993, Cindi Katz, "Reflections While Reading City of Quartz By Mike Davis," Antipode, vol. 25, no. 2 (Apr.), p. 159,
      From the moment I opened the book I felt I had entered a Pynchonesque world.
  2. Densely convoluted, verbose and full of allusion

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