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Don DeLillo: Mao II, Underworld, Falling Man [Paperback]

Stacey Olster

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April 21 2011 0826444105 978-0826444103
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"This is a beautifully coherent collection of essays on DeLillo's three most important recent novels. It is also much more than that. The volume reflects on, tells us much about, and revises views of, DeLillo's entire oeuvre, American literature and culture broadly, modernist and postmodernist theory, and the other arts (including photography, performance art, film). Anyone with any interest in contemporary culture should know this book. Led by the level-setting eloquent and erudite Olster, the contributors comprise the most exciting scholars in American literary and cultural studies today. Fittingly for a volume on DeLillo, reading it you will never forget that these are people who can write." (J.D. Prosser, Reader in Humanities, School of English, University of Leeds, UK)

"This is a beautifully coherent collection of essays on DeLillo’s three most important recent novels. It is also much more than that. The volume reflects on, tells us much about, and revises views of, DeLillo’s entire oeuvre, American literature and culture broadly, modernist and postmodernist theory, and the other arts (including photography, performance art, film). Anyone with any interest in contemporary culture should know this book. Led by the level-setting eloquent and erudite Olster, the contributors comprise the most exciting scholars in American literary and cultural studies today. Fittingly for a volume on DeLillo, reading it you will never forget that these are people who can write." (Sanford Lakoff)

About the Author

Stacey Olster is Professor of English at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA. She is the author of Reminiscence and Re-Creation in Contemporary American Fiction (1989) and The Trash Phenomenon: Contemporary Literature, Popular Culture, and the Making of the American Century (2003), and the editor of The Cambridge Companion to John Updike (2006). Stacey Olster is Professor of English at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA.

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