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Wednesday, May 02, 2007


Adam Kirsch is a trifle underwhelmed by Don DeLillo's new novel: "Falling Man...offers neither the sprawling historical canvas of Underworld, nor the thesis-driven postmodernism of Libra and Mao II. Instead, like Mr. DeLillo's last two novels — Cosmopolis and The Body Artist, neither very well received — the new book is small-scale and subdued, at times even a bit airless."


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