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White Noise: (Classics Deluxe Edition) (Penguin Classics Deluxe Editio) (Paperback)

by Don DeLillo

No Right Path: Arriving at Writing from Outside the Humanities 6

Fear and wonder pulled me toward both astronomy and writing. If the world does not create awe in us, we will neuter the beautiful and complex. The profound becomes prosaic.

Blink vs. Think: When a Movie Bewitches A Writer 9

Geoff Dyer, Don DeLillo, and Jonathan Lethem, for all their differences, have one thing in common. Each became bewitched by a movie that spoke so forcefully to him that he watched it again and again until it revealed all of its secrets.

Faith in Appearances: Don DeLillo’s The Angel Esmeralda 2

His vision spreads outward, encompassing ever more of the nuances and frequencies of an urbanized West that has maxed out on chatter and distraction. It has to expand like this in order to express the burden of shepherding a lone self through a world of mass-consciousness, ruled by media and money, where terror is the only form of awe that has not been stripped and sold for parts.

William Gibson's Zero History Has A Smirk On Every Page 6

Gibson has always been fascinated by fashion, not only as an expression of personal style, but as a place where technology and advertising work together, on a global scale, to create and feed human appetites in the name of corporate profits.

David Markson's Personal Library 0

Oil Plumes and White Noise: On Rereading DeLillo 1

We are in a situation similar to the one Delillo lays out in White Noise: things are bad, danger is lurking, but we don’t know its full extent. Our exposure has been consummate, and fatal for the health and economic stability of many, but the final tally is not yet in.

Headphone Elegies 5

We've become not just curators of music but curators of connections, immersed in an aural landscape and a transporting, internal soundtrack.

Unhappy Birthday to White Noise 3