Annual Bibliography of
Literary Criticism on Don DeLillo, 2008
Compiled by Philip Nel and Karim Daanoune.
Last revised 12 August 2012.
Boxall, Peter. "'There's no lack of void': waste and abundance in Beckett and DeLillo." SubStance 37:2 (2008): 56–70.
Chodat, Robert. Worldly Acts and Sentient Things: The Persistence of Agency from Stein to DeLillo. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2008.
Crosthwaite, Paul. "Fiction in the Age of the Global Accident: Don DeLillo's Cosmopolis." Static: Journal of the London Consortium 7 (2008): <http://static.londonconsortium.com/issue07/static07_crosthwaite.php>.
Duvall, John N., ed. The Cambridge Companion to Don DeLillo. Cambridge UP, 2008.
Duvall, John N., "Introduction: The power of history and the persistence of mystery." 1-10.
Nel, Philip. "DeLillo and modernism." 13-26.
Knight, Peter. "DeLillo, postmodernism, postmodernity." 27-40.
Boxall, Peter. "DeLillo and media culture." 43-52.
Dewey, Joseph. "DeLillo's apocalyptic satires." 53-65.
Engles, Tim. "DeLillo and the political thriller." 66-76.
Olster, Stacey. "White Noise." 79-93.
Green, Jeremy. "Libra." 94-107.
O'Donnell, Patrick. "Underworld." 108-121.
Helyer, Ruth. "DeLillo and masculinity." 125-136.
Osteen, Mark. "DeLillo's Dedalian artists." 137-150.
Cowart, David. "DeLillo and the power of language." 151-165.
McClure, John A. "DeLillo and mystery." 166-178.
Conte, Joseph M. "Conclusion: Writing amid the ruins: 9/11 and Cosmopolis." 179-192.
Green-Lewis, Jennifer, and Margaret Soltan. Teaching Beauty in DeLillo, Woolf, and Merrill. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Helyer, Ruth. "Taking Possession of Knowledge: The Masculine Academic in Don DeLillo's White Noise." Masculinities in Text and Teaching. Ed. Ben Knights. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 205-219.
Kauffman, Linda S. "The Wake of Terror: Don DeLillo’s 'In The Ruins of The Future,' 'Baader-Meinhof,' and Falling Man." Modern Fiction Studies 54.2 (Summer 2008): 353-377. <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/modern_fiction_studies/v054/54.2.kauffman.html>. (Available to subscribers of Project Muse.)
Keskinen, Mikko. "The Ghost in the Tape Machine: Posthumous Voice and Residual Presence in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist."Audio Book: Essays on Sound Technologies in Narrative Fiction. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2008. 93-119.
Kessel, Tyler. “A Question of Hospitality in DeLillo’s The Body Artist.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. 49.2 (2008): 185-204.
Khalifa, Salah Elmoncef bin. "Historiographer, Archeologist, Diagnostician: Don DeLillo’s Underworld and the inscriptions of the commonplace." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 13:1 (April 2008): 149-165.
Knight, Peter. "Beyond the Cold War in Don DeLillo’s Mao II and Underworld."American Fiction of the 1990s: Reflections of History and Culture, ed. Jay Prosser. New York and London: Routledge, 2008. 193-205.
Laist, Randy. "DeLillo’s Only Intertextual Character: Tracing White Noise’s Murray Siskind Back to DeLillo’s Pseudonymous Novel Amazons." The Explicator 66:2 (2008): 115–118.
---. "Oedison rex: the art of media metaphor in Don DeLillo's Americana." Modern Language Studies 37:2 (2008): 50–63.
McDonald, Brian J. "'Nothing you can believe is not coming true': Don DeLillo's Underworld and the end of the Cold War gothic."
Gothic Studies 10:2 (2008): 94–109.
Naas, Michael. “House Organs: The Strange Case of the Body Artist and Mr. Tuttle.” Oxford Literary Review 30:1 (2008): 87–108.
Rizza, Michael James. "The Dislocation of Agency in Don DeLillo's Libra." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. 49.2 (2008): 171-184.
Schuster, Marc. Don DeLillo, Jean Baudrillard, and the consumer conundrum. Youngstown, NY: Cambria Press, 2008.
Tamanini, Laurent. "Ekphrasis filmique et hypotypose cinématographique dans Outremonde [Underworld] de Don DeLillo." Loxias 22 (2008): <http://revel.unice.fr/loxias/index.html?id=2592>.
Tate, Andrew. Contemporary Fiction and Christianity. London: Continuum Literary Studies, 2008. 60–66.
Thurgar-Dawson, Chris. "Fated Landscape: choropetic practise in DeLillo’s Underworld." Anglia 126:2 (2008): 363–379.
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