Character Analysis of Oedipa in "the Crying of Lot 49"
Character Analysis of Oedipa
Oedipa as a character displays a multitude of traits. She has a deeply set disconnection with society offset by an overwhelming curiosity, a curiosity that leads her through an assortment of various social strata and locations. The development of the novel is driven by these two primary traits that she displays. Although there are many critics who question the relevance of Oedipa's name in the belief that it is Pynchon's way of reminding the reader that they are reading fiction, it is in fact a integral; part of the novella that reveals part of authors chara…
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