Beyond Signification: The Realist View of Consciousness in Don DeLillo's End Zone


  • Benjamin Bird University of Leeds


Don DeLillo, Postmodernism, Consciousness, Subjectivity


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Beyond Signification: The Realist View of Consciousness in Don DeLillo’s End Zone. (2004). Postgraduate English: A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English, 9.