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12388325 No.12388325 [Reply] [Original]

Oedipa was going crazy, right?

>> No.12388345

>>12388325
Muhbee
Possuhblee

>> No.12388354

>>12388325
no u

>> No.12388355

>>12388325
where are we going?
we’re all going mad.
i thought we were going to kew gardens...

>> No.12388361

She was finally seeing the truth.
Your mailman is a pedo.

>> No.12388378

I don't think she was. I think everyone else was.

Usually, that's a clue that we're dealing with an unreliable narrator, but not here.

>> No.12388384

Somebody post Not Bill Murray’s explanation of crying of lot 49, Not Bill Murray did an explanation here at one point.

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>>12388361

>> No.12388491

>>12388384
Not Bill Murray is obviously Pynchon, because nobody could give enough of a shit about The Farting of Lit 49 to pick up on that gay Badger reference

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>>12388325
>oedidpa
Wow...real subtle...

>> No.12388583

on the contrary, she was starting to be sane

>> No.12388605

So who bought it?

>> No.12388697

It was about a suburban white woman realizing that she's not the center of attention any more.

>> No.12390089

>>12388325
Oedipa Maas, one of the best characters names in literature.

>> No.12390360

>>12388697
not at all. why do you think this?

>> No.12390766

>>12388384
>>12388491
link to that thread?

>> No.12391125

>>12388384
turned badger = torquato tasso = yes, she was crazy.

>> No.12391139

>>12388325
I think the point was that she was the only sane person left.

>> No.12391152

>>https://warosu.org/lit/thread/S10313252#p10313252

Someone made the following comments:

>Maas, the surname, is derived from Thomas. The Biblical Thomas did what again?
>Maas is also the name of a river. A river that traces the boundary of the Holy Roman Empire. Gee whiz, Mr Misprint had an empire... Mz Maas ends up doing wha?

Which, if you tie this together and your head doesn't explode, should make a lot more sense.

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