ever have someone tell you to stand up straight? look you in the eye when they're talking?



Don DeLillo’s hefty thome of the last half of the American 20th century. From “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World”, the Cold War, the Texas Highway Killer and toxic waste, DeLillo chronicles it all through the eyes of a Bronx family and their neighbors, lovers and co-workers.

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everything perfect

I was born in New York. I am a fan of baseball. There are only twenty people in this country that have the same last name as me. See? That isn’t difficult. I don’t have to divulge national secrets, but goddamnit I do have to say something. Just whatever. Make some kind of effort. C’mon […]

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