White Noise - Don DeLillo - A Short Summary & Review


A short summary of White Noise:

Fighting the fear of death in suburbia following a toxic event.

My favorite Don DeLillo quote from the book:

"You have to ask yourself whether anything you do in this life would have beauty and meaning without the knowledge you carry of a final line, a border or limit."

Questions to ponder while reading the book:

Would you be afraid?

Could you live a life in spite of your fear?

My review of White Noise:

A look into the sensationalism of the modern world.

Makes one wonder what one would do in the same shoes.

I'm pretty sure I wouldn't continue to teach about Hitler.


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