Annual Bibliography of
Literary Criticism on Don DeLillo, 2006
Compiled by Philip Nel and Karim Daanoune.
Last revised 12 August 2012.
Annesley, James. Fictions of Globalization. Consumption, the Market and the Contemporary American Novel. London: Continuum Literary Studies, 2006. 60–76 [Underworld].
Apter, Emily. "On Oneworldedness; Or Paranoia as a World System." American Literary History 18.2 (Summer 2006): 365-89. <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/american_literary_his tory/v018/18.2apter.html> [Underworld.]
Beier, Carsten. Postmoderner Realismus: Zum Romanwerk Don DeLillos. Berlin: Logos Verlag, 2006.
Bird, Benjamin. "Don DeLillo's Americana: From Third- to First-Person Consciousness." Critique 47.2 (Winter 2006): 185-200.
Boxall, Peter. Don DeLillo: The Possibility of Fiction. Routledge, 2006.
Cowart, David. "DeLillos intertekster: Noen betraktninger om Love-Lies-Bleeding" ["DeLillo's Intertexts: Some Observations on Love-Lies-Bleeding," translated into Norwegian by Frode Helmich Pedersen]. Vagant 3 (2006): 119-120.
Dewey, Joseph. Beyond Grief and Nothing: A Reading of Don DeLillo. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2006.
Eaton, Mark. "Inventing Hope: The Question of Belief in Don DeLillo's Novels." The Gift of Story: Narrating Hope in a Postmodern World, ed. Emily Griesinger and Mark A. Eaton. Waco, TX: Baylor UP, 2006. 31-49.
Ebbeson, Jeffrey. Postmodernism and Its Others: The Fiction of Ishmael Reed, Kathy Acker, and Don DeLillo. New York and London: Routledge 2006.
Engles, Tim, and John N. Duvall, eds. Approaches to Teaching DeLillo's White Noise. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2006. In addition to the editors' Preface (1-2), Materials (5-19), Approaches (13-18), the volume includes the following essays:
Fuller, Randall. "White Noise and American Cultural Studies." 19-26.
Scanlan, Margaret. "'Hijacked Jet Crashes into White House: Teaching White Noise after September 11." 27-38.
Young, Paul. "No One Sees the Camps: Hitler and Humor in White Noise." 39-49.
Mackenzie, Louisa. "An Ecocritical Approach to Teaching White Noise." 50-62.
Engles, Tim. "Connecting White Noise to Critical Whiteness Studies." 63-72.
Melley, Timothy. "Technology, Rationality, Modernity: An Approach to White Noise." 73-83.
LeBesco, Kathleen. "White Noise as Wake-Up Call: Teaching DeLillo as Media Skeptic." 84-93.
Schweighauser, Philipp. "White Noise and the Web." 94-102.
Britt, Theron. "White Noise and the American Novel." 103-15.
Duvall, John N. "White Noise, Postmodernism, and Postmodernity." 116-25.
Billy, Ted. "White Noise, Materialism, and the American Literature Survey." 126-34.
Bérubé, Michael. "Plot Summary: Motives and Narrative Mechanics in Underworld and White Noise." 135-43.
Eaton, Mark A. "Inventing Hope: The Question of Belief in White Noise and Mao II." 144-57.
Soltan, Margaret. "Loyalty to Reality: White Noise, Great Jones Street, and The Names." 158-68.
Blakesley, David. "A Burkean Reading of White Noise." 169-79.
Nel, Philip. "Homicidal Men and Full-Figured Women: Gender in White Noise." 180-91.
Osteen, Mark. "'The Natural Language of the Culture': Exploring Commodities Through White Noise." 192-203.
Wee, Valerie, and John Whalen-Bridge. "White Noise as Disaster Movie." 204-13.
Evans, David H. "Taking Out the Trash: Don DeLillo's Underworld, Liquid Modernity, and the End of Garbage." Cambridge Quarterly 35.2 (2006): 103-32.
Hungerford, Amy. "Don DeLillo's Latin Mass." Contemporary Literature 47.3 (Fall 2006): 343-80. [The Names.]
Hutchinson, Stuart. "'Past the School Book Depository, through Dealey Plaza and beneath the Triple Underpass': Place in Don DeLillo's Fiction." Literature and Place 1800-2000, ed. Peter Brown and Michael Irwin. Oxford, England: Peter Lang, 2006. 167-78.
Keskinen, Mikko. "Posthumous Voice and Residual Presence in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist." Novels of the Contemporary Extreme, eds. Alain-Philippe Durand and Naomi Mandel. London & New York: Continuum, 2006. 31-40. [The Body Artist]
Martín Salván, Paula. " The Rhetorics of Waste in Don DeLillo's Fiction." Figures of Belatedness: Postmodernist Fiction in English, ed. Javier Gascueña Gahete and Paula Martín Salván. Córdoba, Spain: Universidad de Córdoba, 2006. 201-23.
---. "Una noche en el Bronx, o la topografía de la nostalgia en Don DeLillo."Quimera 272 (June 2006): 32-38.
Morel, Geneviève. “Body Art, un art entre deuil et mélancolie ?” Savoirs et Clinique 7 (2006/1): 119–129.
Morley, Catherine. "Don DeLillo's Transatlantic Dialogue with Sergei Eisenstein." Journal of American Studies 40.1 (April 2006): 17-34.
---. "Excavating ‘Underworld,’ disinterring ‘Ulysses’: Don DeLillo's dialogue with James Joyce." Comparative American Studies 4.2 (2006): 175-196.
Radford, Andrew. “Confronting the Chaos Theory of History in DeLillo's Libra.” Midwest Quarterly 47:3 (Spring 2006): 224–243.
Rosen, Elizabeth. "Lenny Bruce and His Nuclear Shadow Marvin Lundy: Don DeLillo's Apocalyptists Extraordinaires." Journal of American Studies 40.1 (Spring 2006): 97-112.
Rosenberg, Fernando. "Afecto y política de la cosmópolis latinoamericana." Revista Iberoamericana, 72.215-216 (Spring 2006): 467-79.
Rushing, Robert A. "Am I Paranoid Enough?" American Literary History 18.2 (Summer 2006): 390-93. <
Sarmento, Clara. “The Angel in a Country of Last Things. DeLillo, Auster and the Post-human Landscape.” Arcadia International Journal for Literary Studies 41:1 (2006): 147–159.
Smith, Rachel. "Grief Time: The Crisis of Narrative in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist." Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics 18 (2006): 99-110.
Wilcox, Leonard. "Terrorism and Art: Don Delillo's Mao II and Jean Baudrillard's The Spirit of Terrorism." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 39.2 (June 2006): 89-105.
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