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Underwords Perspectives on Don Delillo's Underworld
978-1-61149-212-5 • Hardback
September 2002 • $70.00 • (£44.95)
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Pages: 219
Size: 6 1/2 x 9 1/2
Edited by Joseph Dewey; Steven G. Kellman and Irving Malin
Literary Criticism | Reference
University Press Copublishing Division | University of Delaware
Don DeLillo's 1997 masterwork Underworld, one of the most acclaimed and long-awaited novels of the last twenty years, was immediately recognized as a landmark novel, not only in the long career of one of America's most distinguished novelists but also in the ongoing evolution of the postmodern novel. This collection of thirteen essays brings together new and established voices in American studies and contemporary American literature to assess the place of this remarkable novel not only within the postmodern tradition but within the larger patterns of American literature and culture as well.