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Thomas Pynchon: Tracked but not found by New York magazine
Thomas Pynchon, the world's most famous reclusive novelist — after that chatterbox J.D. Salinger — "hides in plain sight, on the Upper West Side, with a family and a history of contradictions," writes New York magazine in a new feature. The story follows Pynchon in greater detail than we’ve seen before but never finds him.
By Elisabeth Donnelly
August 26, 2013