New York : Scribner, c2001
|描述：||124 p. ; 23 cm.|
"For thirty years, since the publication of his first novel Americana, Don DeLillo has lived in the skin of our times. He has found a voice for the forgotten souls who haunt the fringes of our culture and for its larger-than-life, real-life. figures. His language is defiantly, radiantly American." "Now, to a new century, he has brought The Body Artist. In this novel, he inhabits the muted world of Lauren Hartke, an artist whose work defies the limits of the body. Lauren is living on a lonely coast, in a rambling rented house, where she encounters a strange, ageless man, a man with uncanny knowledge of her own life. Together they begin a journey into the wilderness of time - time, love and human perception."--BOOK JACKET.
- Women artists -- Fiction.
- Motion picture producers and directors -- Fiction.
- Widows -- Fiction.
- Body art -- Fiction.
- Bereavement in art -- Fiction.
- Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
- Grief -- Fiction.
- Identity (Philosophical concept) -- Fiction.
- Body art.
- Identity (Philosophical concept)
- Man-woman relationships.
- Motion picture producers and directors.
- Women artists.