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The Sublime in Philip K. Dick’s Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said
ABSTRACT Associated with feelings of woe and wonder in the face of something that is too complex to comprehend, the sublime is still a highly relevant concept in contemporary fiction. Philip K.
The Sublime in Don DeLillo’s Mao II
The world that DeLillo’s characters live in is often portrayed with an inherent complexity beyond our comprehension, which ultimately leads to a quality of woe and wonder which is characteristic of
The Ridiculous Sublime in Don DeLillo’s White Noise and Cosmopolis
The sublime figures significantly in Don DeLillo’s novels. Transformed into what has been termed postmodern sublime - disposing of transcendence in favor of immanence - it is considered to be more of