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.

from Bookworm

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…

from Bookworm

Don DeLillo (Part II)

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