Don DeLillo

American novelist, playwright and essayist

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American novelist, playwright and essayist

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In Don DeLillo's latest novel, Zero K, the practice of cryonics or freezing oneself to be awakened later, is in full, but secret swing.

Don DeLillo: Zero K

In Don DeLillo's latest novel, Zero K, the practice of cryonics or freezing oneself to be awakened later, is in full, but secret swing.

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Cosmopolis (Scribner's) and The Body Artist (Scribner's) 
 In this, the second of a two-part interview, Don DeLillo explores his most enigmatic creation: the weird gnome at the heart…

Don DeLillo: The Body Artist

Cosmopolis (Scribner's) and The Body Artist (Scribner's) In this, the second of a two-part interview, Don DeLillo explores his most enigmatic creation: the weird gnome at the heart…

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