See the rest The Names by Don DeLillo is a fascinating but somewhat fuzzy book. Set primarily in Greece, it tells the story of James Axton, an American who develops risk analyses, those odd-sounding reports used by international investors and insurers. Don DeLillo is an American author best known for his novels, which paint detailed portraits of American life in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. He currently lives outside of New York City. Among the most influential American writers of the past decades, DeLillo has received, among author awards, a National Book Award (White Noise, 1985), a PEN/Faulkner Award (Mao II, 1991), and an American Don DeLillo is an American author best known for his novels, which paint detailed portraits of American life in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
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Don DeLillo's seventh novel is an exotic thriller.
The Names (1982) is the seventh novel of American novelist Don DeLillo.
Among the cast of DeLillo's bizarre yet fully realized characters in The Names are Kathryn, the narrator's estranged wife; their son, the six-year-old novelist; Owen, the scientist; and the neurotic narrator obsessed with his own neuroses
DeLillo has said that he writes his works one sentence at a time, paying as much attention to the nonverbal elements as to the verbal. He hears the rhythm of the words, the prosody of sound, and he studies the shapes of the words on the page. even if it means changing the meaning.
Главная → Современная проза → DeLillo Don → The Names. At the time I was ghosting a book on global conflict for an Air Force general associated with one of Rowser's old encampments, the Institute of Risk Analysis at American University. Rowser had seen early pages of the manuscript and it was possible he'd been impressed by the way I'd reshaped the general's muddled thinking.
Discover Don DeLillo famous and rare quotes. Don DeLillo, Thomas DePietro (2005). Conversations with Don DeLillo, . 4, Univ. Press of Mississippi. It is so much simpler to bury reality than it is to dispose of dreams. Book by Don DeLillo, 1985. I've come to think of Europe as a hardcover book, America as the paperback version. Book, Thinking, Europe. Pain is just another form of information. Pain, Information, Form. Underworld: Picador Classic, . 36, Pan Macmillan.