Jonathan lethems review of bleeding edge for the new york times is one of the most intelligent and insightful reviews like michael chabon lethem gets it there is the sheer vitality and fascination the plummets into beauty and horror the unique flashes of galactic epiphany in pynchons method. Bleeding edge begins after the dotcom crash and takes us through to a few months after the events of september 11 it is a portrait of new york during this period a lovably scruffy comedy of remarriage as the publishers weekly review calls it and a really wonderful piece of urban literature keenly detailing the visible and invisible environs of new york city and its psyche at that time. Bleeding edge thomas pynchon on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a new york times besteller it is 2001 in new york city in the lull between the collapse of the dot com boom and the terrible events of september 11th silicon alley is a ghost town. The statue of liberty with the twin towers in the background their destruction happens halfway through pynchons novel photograph henryk t kaiser rex features bleeding edge is a multi
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