restricted access   Volume 45, Number 3, Fall 1999

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Don DeLillo

Guest Editor: John N. Duvall

Introduction: From Valparaiso to Jerusalem: DeLillo and the Moment of Canonization

pp. 559-568

I. Postmodern Knowledge

Disaster Footage: Spectacles of Violence in DeLillo's Fiction

pp. 571-599

"More Advanced the Deeper We Dig": Ratner's Star

pp. 600-620

Art after Dealey Plaza: DeLillo's Libra

pp. 621-640

II. Postmodern Art and Authorship

Becoming Incorporated: Spectacular Authorship and DeLillo's Mao II

pp. 643-674

What is a Terrorist? Contemporary Authorship, the Unabomber, and Mao II

pp. 675-695

From Hoover's FBI to Eisenstein's Unterwelt: DeLillo Directs the Postmodern Novel

pp. 696-723

"A Small Incisive Shock": Modern Forms, Postmodern Politics, and the Role of the Avant-Garde in Underworld

pp. 724-752

III. Postmodern Identity

"Who are You, Literally?": Fantasies of the White Self in White Noise

pp. 755-787

"Here But Also There": Subjectivity and Postmodern Space in Mao II

pp. 788-810

Everything is Connected: Underworld's Secret History of Paranoia

pp. 811-836


Don DeLillo: A Selected Bibliography

pp. 837-851


pp. 852-853