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In this article the writer looks at various journals by different authors that examine Don DeLillo's work 'White Noise'. The different writings studied are Thomas Peyser's "Globalization in America: The Case of Don DeLillo's White Noise"; Arthur M. Saltzman's writing in Modern Fiction Studies "The Figure in the Static: White Noise"; Mark Conroy's "From Tombstone to Tabloid: Authority Figured in White Noise"; critic Noel King's writing in Critical Quarterly "Reading White Noise: Floating Remarks" and critic Lou F. Caton's writing in English Language Notes "Romanticism and the Postmodern Novel: Three Scenes from Don DeLillo's White Noise".
From the Paper:"As hard as it might be to imagine a man who is a professor of "Hitler Studies" at a midwestern college serving as the believable and substantive narrator of a novel, with author Don DeLillo anything seems possible, and there is always a message to his madness for those readers who are truly "listening" as they read. Is DeLillo suggesting that America is on the road to fascism? Is the media leading American down the road to all people seeing and hearing the same repetitive propaganda, like barns that are famous because they are said to be famous? That is clearly one of the author's intents."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Caton, Lou F. "Romanticism and the Postmodern Novel: Three Scenes from Don DeLillo's White Noise." English Language Notes XXV.1 (1997): 38-48.
- Conroy, Mark. "From Tombstone to Tabloid: Authority Figured in White Noise." Critique 35.2 (1994): 97-110.
- King, Noel. "Reading White Noise: Floating Remarks." Critical Quarterly 33.3 (1991): 66-83.
- Peyser, Thomas. "Globalization in America: The Case of Don DeLillo's White Noise." CLIO 25.3 (1996): 255-271.
- Saltzman, Arthur M. "The figure in the Static: White Noise." Modern Fiction Studies 40.4 (1994): 807-826.
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