DeLillo in New York City, January 2011
November 20, 1936 |
New York City, United States
|Notable work(s)||White Noise,
Works[change | change source]
Novels[change | change source]
- Americana (1971)
- End Zone (1972)
- Great Jones Street (1973)
- Ratner's Star (1976)
- Players (1977)
- Running Dog (1978)
- Amazons (1980) (DeLillo used the pseudonym "Cleo Birdwell" for the author name)
- The Names (1982)
- White Noise (1985)
- Libra (1988)
- Mao II (1991)
- Underworld (1997)
- The Body Artist (2001)
- Cosmopolis (2003)
- Falling Man (2007)
- Point Omega (2010)
Plays[change | change source]
Screenplays[change | change source]
- Game 6 (2005)
References[change | change source]
- "Leader Interview..with Kevin Barry". Limerick Leader. 1 November 2007. Retrieved 1 November 2007.
- Adams, Ariel. "Bret Easton Ellis Interview". Ask Men.
Early on Ernest Hemingway had a lot of influence on me. Joan Didion and Raymond Carver also had a lot of influence on me. But I like lots of writers... I like Robert Ludlum, Stephen King, Philip Roth, Don DeLillo, and the romantic life of Jack Kerouac, even though I am not interesting in his fiction -- but I liked his life.
- "I don't enjoy this war one bit". Letters of Note. 21 February 2012. Retrieved 21 February 2012.
With that in mind, below is a fascinating letter he wrote at 33 years of age, to Don DeLillo — an award-winning author and playwright for whom Wallace held a great deal of respect.
- "Franzen's Favorite Fiction". Oprah's Book Club. 15 October 2010. Retrieved 15 October 2010.
He's on our list of great American writers, but we wanted to know: What are Jonathan Franzen's favorite books?
- "About Colum McCann". Colum McCann.
- Begley, Adam. "David Mitchell, The Art of Fiction No. 204". The Paris Review.
I read Underworld around that time, and was deeply impressed by it, which led me to Mao II, and Americana, which is where the epigraph is from—but I don’t think there’s a deeper link between our writing. DeLillo is more of an ideas man than me—than just about any novelist I know, for that matter.
- Leung, Julie (3 April 2009). "Eclectic Writer Tao Lin Shows Us 'The Way'". Mochi Magazine. Retrieved 30 December 2011.