Thomas Ruggles Pynchon Jr. is an American novelist. A recipient of MacArthur fellowship, he is renowned for his complex and dense form of fiction and non-fiction writings. His writings circumscribe a vast array of themes, genres and subjects, including, music, mathematics, history, and science. In 1973, he bagged in the ‘U.S National Book Award for Fiction,’ for ‘Gravity’s Rainbow.’ Some of his illustrious novels include ‘Inherent Vice,’ ‘V.,’ ‘Bleeding Edge,’ and ‘The Crying of Lot 49.’ Following is a collection of quotes Thomas Pynchon, which have been extracted from his novels, interviews, writings, books, articles, etc. Read through the compilation Thomas Pynchon quotes on poetry, literature, time, life, journalists, influence, men, peace, character, humanity, and more.