Don DeLillo After 9/11

January 2004
Don DeLillo: Balance at the Edge of Belief;2004, p1
The article features novelist Don DeLillo and his work. According to the article, DeLillo's work is significant to the events in the U.S. particularly the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks which is similar with his frightening themes. DeLillo earned his share of attention and literary criticism when he won several literary awards including the National Book Award in 1985 with his book "White Noise."


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