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by Don DeLillo

Minimalist novel about technology and death

Characters: Jack Gladney, Babette

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Hitler Studies in Don DeLillo’s White Noise
“Don DeLillo’s White Noise is a story about Jack Gladney, a fifty-one year old college professor living in a small American town, and his attempt to deal with his fear of death. A secondary but related topic in White Noise, as well as in DeLillo’s other novels, is the representation of Nazi ideology and its echoes in postmodern society. While in The Names, DeLillo’s previous novel, the issue of Nazi ideology is presented on an international level, in White Noise the issue is focused on American society, and in particular on Jack Gladney, Chairman of the department of Hitler Studies at the College-on-the-Hill.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Septimius Fericean
From: Node9 Volume 2, 1998
Keywords: Nazi ideology, University life

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