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In the reading of Pynchon's novels, the focus has not been on the study of the artistic peculiarities of the writer as much as it has been on the novelist's view of the Western male identity, which is the product of historical, political, psychological and stylistic changes that the postmodern masculine selfhood had experienced. The learning of Pynchon's novels provides an obvious understanding of how this postmodern identity was twisted and deformed on several occasions, at times asserted andfatcat:qyekvwm3v5c3zimpq5czovkfse