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Primary Works--Novels

Americana. Boston: Houghton, 1971.

End Zone. Boston: Houghton, 1972.

Great Jones Street. Boston: Houghton, 1973.

Ratner's Star. New York: Knopf, 1976.

Players. New York: Knopf, 1977.

Running Dog. New York: Knopf, 1978.

[Cleo Birdwell]. Amazons: An Intimate Memoir by the First Woman to Play in the National Hockey League. New York: Holt, 1980.

The Names. New York: Knopf, 1982.

White Noise. New York: Viking, 1985.

Libra. New York: Viking, 1988.

Mao II. New York: Viking, 1991.

Underworld. New York: Scribner's, 1997.

Primary Works--Short Fiction

“The River Jordan.” Epoch 10.2 (1960): 105–20.

“Take the ‘A’ Train.” Epoch 12.1 (1962): 9–25. Rpt. in Stories from Epoch. Ed. Baxter Hathaway. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1966. 22–39.

“Spaghetti and Meatballs.” Epoch 14.3 (1965): 244–50.

“Coming Sun. Mon. Tues.” Kenyon Review 28.3 (1966): 391–94.

“Baghdad Towers West.” Epoch 17.3 (1968): 195–217. [End Page 837]

“The Uniforms.” Carolina Quarterly 22.1 (1970): 4–11. Rpt. with notes in Cutting Edges: Young American Fiction for the ‘70s. Ed. Jack Hicks. New York: Holt, 1973. 451–59.

“In the Men's Room of the Sixteenth Century.” Esquire Dec. 1971: 174–77+. Rpt. in The Secret Life of Our Times. Ed. Gordon Lish. New York: Doubleday, 1973.

“Total Loss Weekend.” Sports Illustrated 27 Nov. 1972: 98–120.

“Creation.” Antaeus 33 (1979): 32–46.

“Human Moments in World War III.” Esquire Jul. 1983: 118–26. Rpt. in Great Esquire Fiction: The Finest Stories from the First Fifty Years. Ed. L. Rust Hills. New York: Viking, 1983. 572–86. Also rpt. in Lust, Violence, Sin, Magic: 60 Years of Esquire Fiction. Ed. L. Rust Hills, Will Blythe, and Erika Mansourian. New York: Atlantic, 1993. 553–66.

“The Runner.” Harper's Sept. 1988: 61–63.

“The Ivory Acrobat.” Granta 25 (1988): 199–212.

“Pafko at the Wall.” Harper's Oct. 1992: 35–70. Ed. and rpt. as “The Triumph of Death,” Underworld 19–31.

“The Angel Esmerelda.” Esquire May 1994: 100–109. Rpt. in The Best American Short Stories 1995. Ed. Jane Smiley and Katrina Kenison. New York: Houghton, 1995. 263–83. Also rpt. as a section of Underworld 237–50, 814–24.

Primary Works--Drama

“The Engineer of Moonlight.” Cornell Review 5 (1979): 21–47.

“The Day Room.” Special Insert. American Theatre Sept. 1986: 1–12. Rpt. by Knopf, 1987.

“The Rapture of the Athlete Assumed into Heaven.” The Quarterly 15 (1990): 6–7. Rpt. in Harper's Dec. 1990: 44. Rpt. in South Atlantic Quarterly 91.2 (1992): 241–42. Rpt. in After Yesterday's Crash: The Avant-Pop Anthology. Ed. Larry McCaffery. New York: Penguin, 1995. 88–89.

Valparaiso. New York: Scribner's, 1999.

Primary Works--Essays

“Notes Toward a Definitive Meditation (By Someone Else) on the Novel Americana.” Epoch 21.3 (1972): 327–29.

“American Blood: A Journey through the Labyrinth of Dallas and JFK.” Rolling Stone 8 Dec. 1983: 21–22+.

“Silhouette City: Hitler, Manson and the Millenium.” Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies 4.3 (1989): 29–34.

Salman Rushdie Defense Pamphlet. New York: Rushdie Defense Committee USA, 1994. [End Page 838]

“The Artist Naked in a Cage.” New Yorker 26 May 1997: 6–7.

“The Power of History.” New York Times Magazine 7 Sept. 1997: 60–63.

Interviews and Profiles

Arensberg, Ann. “Seven Seconds.” Vogue August 1988: 337–39+.

Begley, Adam. “The Art of Fiction CXXXV: Don DeLillo.” Paris Review 35. 128 (1993): 274–306.

Billen, Andrew. “Up From the Underworld.” London Evening Standard 28 Jan. 1998. 14 Feb. 1999 <>.

Bing, Jonathan. “The Ascendance of Don DeLillo.” Publishers Weekly 24 July 1997: 261–63.

Burn, Gordon. “Wired Up and Whacked Out.” Sunday Times Magazine 25 August 1991: 36–39.

Champlin, Charles. “The Heart is a Lonely Craftsman.” Los Angeles Times 29 July 1984: Calendar 7.

Connolly, Kevin. “An Interview with Don DeLillo.” The Brick Reader. Ed. Linda Spalding and Michael Ondaatje. Toronto: Coach House P, 1991. 260–69.

DeCurtis, Anthony. “Matters of Fact and Fiction.” Rolling Stone 17 Nov. 1988: 113–22+. Rpt. and expanded as “‘An Outsider in This Society’: An...

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