Family Values in Don DeLillo's White Noise Essay
gloomy and fugitive boy" (131).
The gloomy and fugitive boy, if unimpressed by the overwhelming socio-technological event around him, would remain just as his father had initially perceived him to be?a rather introverted, literal, argumentative and highly intelligent creature. With the volatile substance, however, the family was altered. The outside forces, created by man, are implicated in the destruction of man's social network. The television, perhaps, is the most widely used tool