CONCLUSION: The Body Artist; or, How to Re-read Don DeLillo
- Delillo's surrogate believers. // Commonweal;11/07/97, Vol. 124 Issue 19, p19
Presents the essay `Delillo's Surrogate Believers,' by Paul Elie.
- Reading Resolutions. OTT, BILL // Booklist;2/15/2013, Vol. 109 Issue 12, p96
The author discusses making a New Year's resolution to read books for personal pleasure rather than for reviews, and mentions books such as "Darker Than Amber" by John D. MacDonald from the Travis McGee mystery series, "Underworld" by Don DeLillo, and "Oh Dad! A Search for Robert Mitchum" by...
- DeLillo's Time is a Hard Body to Fathom. Chibbaro, Julie // Books in Canada;Aug2001, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p17
Reviews the book 'The Body Artist,' by Don DeLillo.
- An Underhistory of Mid-Century America. LeClair, Tom // Atlantic;Oct1997, Vol. 280 Issue 4, p113
This article presents a review of the book "Underworld," by Don DeLillo.
- Underwords: Perspectives on Don DeLillo's "Underworld." Walker, Joseph S. // Studies in the Novel;Winter2005, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p489
Reviews the book "Underwords: Perspectives on Don DeLillo's 'Underworld,'" edited by Joseph Dewey, Steven G. Kellman and Irving Malin.
- Off the Shelf: Jennifer Egan. // New York;8/28/2006, Vol. 39 Issue 30, p128
The article reviews several books including "The Wizard of Oz," L. Frank Baum, "The Beauty Myth," by Naomi Wolf and "Underworld," by Don Delillo.
- Avian Consciousness in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist. Karnicky, Jeffrey // Anthrozoos;2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p5
The Body Artist, DeLillo's 2001 novel, focuses on a character who, through the mediating forces of language and sensory perception, enters into a space little explored in DeLillo's fiction--the consciousness of a bird. The novel continually pays close attention to the groups of birds that...
- Ekphrastic Explorations of Evil in Don DeLillo and Cormac McCarthy. Malone, Christopher // Philological Review;Spring2014, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p85
The article discusses the use of the description called 'ekphrasis' in narration in literary works. It mentions the earliest use of this literary form by Greek epic poet Homer and the 20th century poet W.H. Auden in his poem "The Shield of Achilles". It describes how ekphrasis has been used by...
- Falling Man. Wilkinson, Joanne // Booklist;4/1/2007, Vol. 103 Issue 15, p5
Reviews the book â€œFalling Man,â€ by Don DeLillo.