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Critical essays on Don DeLillo

Author: Hugh Ruppersburg; Tim Engles
Publisher: New York : G.K. Hall, ©2000.
Series: Critical essays on American literature.
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This book contains both newly commissioned and reprinted critical essays and reviews on Don DeLillo's novels, including articles by Arthur Saltzman, John N. Duvall, Mark Osteen, Glen Scott Allen, David Cowart, George F. Will, Diane Johnson, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, and other writers.
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Critical essays on Don DeLillo.
New York : G.K. Hall, c2000
(OCoLC)647059661
Named Person: Don DeLillo; Don DeLillo
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Ruppersburg; Tim Engles
ISBN: 078380458X 9780783804583
OCLC Number: 43541741
Description: xi, 321 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Old story, fresh language [review of Americana, by Don DeLillo] / Christopher Lehmann-Haupt --
A Waugh in shoulder padding [review of End zone, by Don DeLillo] / Nelson Algren --
Your number is up [review of Ratner's star, by Don DeLillo] / J.D. O'Hara --
End game [Review of Players, by Don DeLillo] / Stephen Koch --
A pro's puckish prose [review of Amazons, by "Cleo Birdwell"] / J.D. O'Hara --
The fiction of Don DeLillo [review of The names, by Don DeLillo] / David Bosworth --
Conspirators [review of White noise, by Don DeLillo] / Diane Johnson --
Shallow look at the mind of an assassin [review of Libra, by Don DeLillo] / George F. Will --
Making meaningful worlds: self and history in Libra [review of Libra, by Don DeLillo] / William E. Cain --
Market report [review of Mao II, by Don DeLillo] / Louis Menand --
The blast felt round the world [review of Underworld, by Don DeLillo] / Michael Dirda --
For whom bell tolls: Don DeLillo's Americana / David Cowart --
Deconstructing the logos: Don DeLillo's End zone / Thomas LeClair --
The end of Pynchon's rainbow: postmodern terror and paranoia in DeLillo's Ratner's star / Glen Scott Allen --
Marketing obsession: the fascinations of Running dog / Mark Osteen --
Discussing the untellable: Don DeLillo's The names / Paula Bryant --
"Who are you literally?": fantasies of the white self in Don DeLillo's White noise / Tim Engles --
Baudrillard, DeLillo's White noise, and the end of heroic narrative / Leonard Wilcox --
The fable of the ants: myopic interactions in DeLillo's Libra / Bill Millard --
Libra and the subject of history / Christopher M. Mott --
Can the intellectual still speak? The example of Don DeLillo's Mao II / Silvia Caporale Bizzini --
Excavating the underworld of race and waste in Cold War history: baseball, aesthetics, and ideology / John N. Duvall --
Everything is connected: Underworld's secret history of paranoia / Peter Knight --
Awful symmetries in Don DeLillo's Underworld / Arthur Saltzman.
Series Title: Critical essays on American literature.
Responsibility: edited by Hugh Ruppersburg and Tim Engles.

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This book contains both newly commissioned and reprinted critical essays and reviews on Don DeLillo's novels, including articles by Arthur Saltzman, John N. Duvall, Mark Osteen, Glen Scott Allen, David Cowart, George F. Will, Diane Johnson, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, and other writers.

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