CONCLUSION: The Body Artist; or, How to Re-read Don DeLillo

Kavadlo, Jesse
January 2004
Don DeLillo: Balance at the Edge of Belief;2004, p149
The article presents information on the books "Body Artist" and "Underworld," by Don DeLillo. According to the article, "Body Artist" is concise and personal and focuses primarily on a single character, Lauren Hartke. "Underworld" spans decades and multiple perspectives, dozens of characters and mini- and meta-narratives.


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