Definition of Pynchon, Thomas in English:

Pynchon, Thomas

proper noun

  • (1937–), US novelist; full name Thomas Ruggles Pynchon. An elusive author who shuns public attention, his works abandon the normal conventions of the novel. Notable works: "V" (1963), "The Crying of Lot 49" (1966), "Gravity's Rainbow" (1972), "Vineland" (1990), and "Mason and Dixon" (1997)

Pronunciation:

Pynchon, Thomas

/ˈpinCHən/