Tyler H. Kessel is an assistant professor of English at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York, where he teaches courses in composition and American literature. He holds a PhD in English from SUNY Albany and an MA in English from SUNY Binghamton. His work has appeared in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, The Explicator, Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, and Writers Online.
Reading Landscape in American Literature: The Outside in the Fiction of Don DeLillo by Tyler H. Kessel
This study argues for a new model of reading landscape in the twentieth- and twenty-first-century American novel. The author takes as exemplary the novels of Don DeLillo—and in particular the main focus of this study, The Body Artist—which have constructed landscapes that exceed the limits of geography, time, and perception.
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