For Thursday, let’s keep reading DeLillo’s White Noise. As you read, mark and collect all the instances of “noise” that you come across. (These can be literal noises – – like the sound of traffic like “a remote and steady murmur around our sleep” in the first chapter – – but also figurative “noise” of the kind Murray, for instance, hears in supermarkets.)
Don’t forget: your Harlem Renaissance assignment is due next Tuesday. Bring questions etc. about the assignment to class.