"White Noise" : Don Delillo
A critical overview of the work features the writings of Tom LeClair, Paul A. Cantor, Leonard Wilcox, Mark Conroy, and other scholars.
- Hardback | 150 pages
- 152.4 x 236.22 x 22.86mm | 589.67g
- 15 Sep 2002
- Chelsea House Publishers
- Broomall, United States
Table of contents
Closing the loop: White noise / Tom Leclair -- The last things before the last: notes on White noise / John Frow -- "Adolf, we hardly knew you" / Paul A. Cantor -- Tales of the electronic tribe / Frank Lentricchia -- Baudrillard, DeLillo's White noise, and the end of heroic narrative / Leonard Wilcox -- Don DeLillo: rendering the words of the tribe / Arnold Weinstein -- From tombstone to tabloid: authority figured in White noise / Mark Conroy -- The (super)marketplace of images: television as unmediated mediation in DeLillo's White noise / John N. Duvall -- The figure in the static: White noise / Arthur M. Salzman -- The romantic metaphysics of Don DeLillo / Paul Maltby.