White Noise: The Quintessential Postmodern Novel The literary theory of postmodernism grew from the turmoil and chaos that afflicted society after World War II. Departing from modernism and traditional writing styles, the postmodern writers harbored a distrust of established ideologies and principles and created a…
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by Don DeLillo
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January 21, 1985
Blacksmith, a small, liberal arts college town in Middle America
Jack Gladney, Babette, Heinrich, Willie Mink (Mr. Gray), Denise, Wilder, Winnie Richards, SIMUVAC Technician, Vernon Dickey, Howard Dunlop, Sister Hermann Marie, Old Man Treadwell, Bob Pardee, Bee
The story represents such topic as Fear, Death, and Control.