Definition of Pynchonesque in English:

Pynchonesque

adjective

  • Characteristic of the style or content of the writings of the novelist Thomas Pynchon, especially in featuring surrealistic irony or fantasy, or in being densely allusive, convoluted, or verbose.

Origin

1970s; earliest use found in Signs. From the name of Thomas Ruggles PynchonJr (b. 1937), American novelist + -esque.

Pronunciation

Pynchonesque

/ˌpɪn(t)ʃəˈnɛsk/