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Why does this read so much like Pynchon? Did he ever cite Kesey as an influence?

>> No.20794527

>>20794454
Both written by the same group at Langley.

>> No.20794931

>>20794454
It doesn't read much like Pynchon. They have a few things in common. They share some ideological roots (i.e. infantile civilization-wrecking '60s counterculture). Kesey often weaves popular song lyrics into the narrative in In SAGN, if I recall correctly. That might recall Pynchon, but Pynchon's "popular song" lyrics are generally written by Pynchon.

>> No.20795738

>>20794527
Tell me more about this. I got the feeling there might be multiple authors while reading GR.

>> No.20797483

>>20794454
>Kesey
Who?

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