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Gravity's Rainbow


Tyrone Slothrop, a GI in London in 1944, has a big problem. Whenever he gets an erection, a Blitz bomb hits. Slothrop gets excited, and then, as ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Trade paperback, Penguin Books, 1973


    Description: Very Good. 0670003743 first pb printing clean and tight minor...

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  • 2. Trade paperback, Penguin Books, 1973


    Description: Near Fine. 0670003743. Gently read copy with a few very minor...

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  • 3. Softcover, The Viking Press, 1973


    Description: First Edition. New York: The Viking Press, 1973. 1st edition,...

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  • 4. Trade paperback, Penguin Books, 2006


    Description: Very Good. 0143039946 1974 Bantam MM-1st Bantam printing with...

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  • 5.   The University of Georgia Press, (1988).


    Description: First edition. Written by Steven Weisenburger. Just a touch of...

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  • 6. Hardcover, Viking Press, 1973



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    MD, USA

    Description: Good. No Jacket. Book 1973 Viking Press Taiwan Pirated Edition (...

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    7. Paperback, Jonathan Cape Ltd, 1973


    Very Good

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    Description: Very Good Plus. Book First UK Edition, First Printing of the...

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  • 8. Hardcover, Viking, 1973


    Description: Not A Book in Clamshell As New jacket. Custom Clamshell Case...

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  • 9. Hardcover, Viking Books, 1991



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    TX, USA

    Description: Good. 0670348325.

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  • 10. Trade paperback, Penguin Books, 2006



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    VT, USA

    Description: Good. 0143039946 1973 Viking Press paperback-1st printing...

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Reviews of Gravity's Rainbow

Overall customer rating: 5.000
by unowen on Mar 26, 2009

This is an author that you cant put down too long before you have to start over. One must have patience reading Pynchon. More


Still a breath-taking novel

by Jake on Apr 5, 2007

I have read GR numerous times and each time it is still an education. The book really does require a couple of readings to grasp all its intricacies, and there are passages I still don't understand, but overall, the experience is more than worth it. So, not for the faint of heart, but stick with it ... More

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John S

Lots of hard work, but why?

I picked up Gravity's Rainbow along with Slow Learner, a collection of short stories, after seeing a bumper sticker that said ?My other car is a Pynchon novel?. Though not an avid reader I do tend towards classics, classic Sci-Fi in particular. I enjoyed Slow Learner but I guess I?m just not ... More

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