American Magic and Dread: Don DeLillo's Dialogue with Culture

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 19 jun. 2000 - 299 pagina's

"A strongly argued analysis and close reading of Delillo's works. . . . There is much here in the methodology and discussion of postmodern themes and techniques that will have relevance to American studies and cultural studies more widely."—Forum for Modern Language Studies

 

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Introduction
1
The Nature of Diminishing Existence
31
Ratners Star Through the Looking Glass
61
Observing Obsession Questioning the Quest
99
The Theology of Secrets
142
Channeling White Noise
165
Spectacular Authorship in Mao II
192
Containment and Counterhistory
214
Notes
261
Works Cited
279
Index
293
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Mark Osteen is Associate Professor of English at Loyola College. He is the editor of DeLillo's White Noise: Text and Criticism, and author of The Economy of Ulysses: Making Both Ends Meet.

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