Abstract Don DeLillo is one of the most important interpreters of the West. One of the key points of his work is the analysis of the effects of the “end of the history” (Fukuyama). The protagonist of Underworld says “I long for days of disorder”. History is represented in the first part of his works (Running Dog, White Noise) as Nazism and Hitler’s legacy, while later, in Cosmopolis and in Zero K, it is embodied by immigrant characters. This study analyes how these figures become symbolic images within the framework of the author’s thought

Alterità e inesperienza nell'opera di Don DeLillo

Cinquegrani, Alessandro
2020

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Abstract Don DeLillo is one of the most important interpreters of the West. One of the key points of his work is the analysis of the effects of the “end of the history” (Fukuyama). The protagonist of Underworld says “I long for days of disorder”. History is represented in the first part of his works (Running Dog, White Noise) as Nazism and Hitler’s legacy, while later, in Cosmopolis and in Zero K, it is embodied by immigrant characters. This study analyes how these figures become symbolic images within the framework of the author’s thought
L'altro sono io/El otro soy yo. Scritture plurali e letture migranti
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