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White Noise

Summary: Discusses the story White Noise, by Don DeLillo. Explores the novel's theme, that death lurks everywhere, especially in the "white noise" of the modern world, specifically in the waves and radiation with which we surround ourselves.
Life is a whole journey to death. We spend our entire life wondering about death. Death; what does it mean? It is the common question in our heart that everyone has. We all fear death, the force that controls our life and causes us to struggle to escape the reality. Death controls everything we do, and we therefore try to get rid of our fear of death by occupying ourselves with very American habits, like shopping, watching TV and reading tabloid magazines. Religions around the world, such as Christianity, Buddhism, Islam and Hinduism, are the result of our fear for death. Though religions are independent and unique, they ultimately deal with death, answering the life-long question of death in our heart. Don DeLillo, in his novel White Noise, explains that death lurks everywhere, especially in the "white noise" of the modern world, specifically in the waves and radiation...

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