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Adapting Deleuze's conceptualization of the virtual, this study shows that Against the Day intends to undermine our narrow conception of reality by surpassing the actualities of the known world. In the darkness of the novel, "the virtual" lurks; the novel is a travel against the day, against the actual world to an actual-virtual world, toward "the nights" which "will be dark enough for whatever visions must transpire across them, no longer to be broken into by light" (Pynchon, 2006, 1083).doi:10.17507/jltr.1105.12 fatcat:6gmqmk5aozgolhqme6f4nltbp4