Don DeLillo: Contemporary Critical Perspectives brings together leading scholars of the contemporary American novel to guide readers through DeLillo's oeuvre, from his early short stories through to 2016's Zero K, including his theatrical work. As well as critically exploring DeLillo's engagement with key contemporary themes, the book also includes a new interview with the author, annotated guides to further reading, and a chronology of his life and work.
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Katherine Da Cunha Lewin (Editor)
Katherine Da Cunha Lewin is a tutor in American Studies at the University of Sussex, UK, where she received her PhD in 2017. Her research reads the work of Don DeLillo and J. M. Coetzee together as a means of exploring interiority and interior spa...
Kiron Ward (Editor)
Kiron Ward is a Teaching Fellow in Postcolonial Literature at the University of Sussex, UK.