Don DeLillo is an American playwright and novelist. Twice a Pulitzer Prize finalist, DeLillo has diversely spanned his work. His writings cover topics from fiction to real life stories and global terrorism to economics. DeLillo’s literary works, White Noise and Libra have won him many accolades.
Don DeLillo was born on 20th November 1936 in New York, United States in a working class family of eleven members. De Lillo was brought up in an Italian-American vicinity in Bronx. He was inspired to write when he began reading at a summer job as a teenager. DeLillo attended the Cardinal Hayes High School in Bronx. He did his graduation in Communication Arts in 1958 from the Fordham University, Bronx.