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“When I love a book, it damages my own writing. Since reading White Noise I have been ruined by ambitions of “the great literary set-piece.” In Underworld, DeLillo describes the baseball game in 1954 which decided the World Series and occurred simultaneously with the explosion of the Soviet Union's first H-Bomb. In Mao II, it’s a Moonie wedding. In White Noise, the best of all, it is a chemical spill: the Toxic Airborne Event.”

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Donated by Joe Dunthorne

White Noise
Don DeLillo

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