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Throwback Thursday: “They Laugh in Chicago, but not in Los Angeles”: Don DeLillo on Tour

Newsletter 3.1 (2008)
— Julia Apitzsch, Bonn

DeLillo at the movies: Cologne’s Odeon Theatre provided a perfect venue to launch DeLillo’s third reading tour in Germany. 1,374 more words

Throwback Thursday


As he waits for the gunshot that will kill him to sound in the final paragraph of Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, protagonist Eric Packer catches a glimpse of his own death in the crystal screen of his smartwatch. 430 more words


range of being

Don’t you see yourself in every picture you love? You feel a radiance wash through you. It’s something you can’t analyze or speak about clearly. What are you doing at that moment?

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Stream Guide: Bright & Cosmopolis

Netflix’s $90 million big budget endeavor “Bright” hits it streaming service this weekend, with Will Smith playing a police officer in a world where orcs, elves and fairies co-exist with humans in the present day. 836 more words

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Pakistani Cosmopolis by Asjad Mohammad

Justification of artwork: The picture above shows a $144,395 BMV i8 driving long one of the streets in Lahore, Pakistan.This picture perfectly captures on of the first points brought up by Eric Packer in the Cosmopolis. 151 more words

Megan Pinkley, Creative Project #1

Justification:  My artwork represents a concept that love is bound to labels which aids us in belonging to our societies. While some may find love to be natural and an unconscious pull towards another, there is a need to find the perfect match that adds great benefit to an individual’s life. 179 more words

No country called home

If anything, history teaches that borders are impermanent, as are nationalities (Cosmopolis column published in The Hindu Business Line, August 12, 2017)

As India turns 70, it can be illuminating to remember that so many other nations never got this far. 869 more words

Kanishk Tharoor