- The AustralianApr 29 07:00 AM
Author Don DeLillo has a knack for predicting the future in his novels.
- Los Angeles TimesApr 29 05:41 AM
In Don Delillo's new novel, "Zero K," words have come unattached from the things they mean. The title indicates the temperature zero Kelvin, best known as absolute zero. But in the story, Zero K is an elite level of cryogenics, and even the scientists who work there admit it's not actually part...
- New York TimesApr 25 03:14 PM
In Mr. DeLillo’s latest novel, two central characters seek to conquer death not by outrunning it but by submitting to it.
Death and Don DeLillo - The Atlantic
- Los Angeles TimesApr 29 06:19 AM
If you want to reach Don DeLillo, don't try to email him; he doesn't email. His preferred method of business communication is via fax. He still writes his novels on a typewriter. That technological reticence notwithstanding, DeLillo is one of the titans of American fiction. The 79-year-old DeLillo...
- Washington PostApr 26 04:50 PM
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- The AustralianApr 22 07:00 AM
Don DeLillo’s fiction has always been obsessed with death and his latest offering is no exception.
- New York TimesApr 28 04:43 PM
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- Naked CapitalismApr 15 04:10 AM
On Obama and “it means what we need it to mean”, nature imposes feedback loops on species so that they can’t just behave or grow the way they feel like behaving and growing, because it will cost them energy they can’t afford, or their lives, if they ignore the feedback.
- National PostApr 12 09:08 AM
'They are here, by the thousands, out of love for that greatest of all Americans, Alex Trebek. Never mind that he was born in Canada'
- AP via Yahoo!7 NewsApr 26 07:36 PM
It's not unusual to find foodies and tourists - including visitors from Italy - on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.
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