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20-11-1936
Don DeLillo is a Novelist who was born on 20th November 1936 AD. An American citizen, Don DeLillo was born in United States. His birthday falls on 20th November 1936 AD. In his life, Don DeLillo is famous not only for his work but also for his quotations and sayings, some of which are quite popular and listed here.

Californians invented the concept of life-style. This alone warrants their doom.

- Don DeLillo

Hardship makes the world obscure.

- Don DeLillo

America was and is the immigrant's dream.

- Don DeLillo

American writers ought to stand and live in the margins, and be more dangerous.

- Don DeLillo

Every sentence has a truth waiting at the end of it and the writer learns how to know it when he finally gets there.

- Don DeLillo

I felt Joyce was an influence on my fiction, but in a very general way, as a kind of inspiration and a model for the beauty of language.

- Conversations with Don Delillo , Don DeLillo

I quit my job just to quit. I didn't quit my job to write fiction. I just didn't want to work anymore.

- Don DeLillo

I slept for four years. I didn't study much of anything. I majored in something called communication arts.

- Don DeLillo

I think more than writers, the major influences on me have been European movies, jazz, and Abstract Expressionism.

- Don DeLillo

I think there is a sense of last things in my work that probably comes from a Catholic childhood.

- Don DeLillo

I watch movies occasionally, and I watch documentaries. Virtually nothing else.

- Don DeLillo

I've always liked being relatively obscure. I feel that's where I belong, that's where my work belongs.

- Don DeLillo

I've always seen myself in sentences. I begin to recognize myself, word by word, as I work through a sentence.

- Don DeLillo

In the face of technology, everything becomes a little atavistic.

- Don DeLillo

People who are in power make their arrangements in secret, largely as a way of maintaining and furthering that power.

- Don DeLillo

Silence, exile, cunning and so on... it's my nature to keep quiet about most things. Even the ideas in my work.

- Don DeLillo

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