Postwar American novelists Don DeLillo, Norman Mailer, and James Ellroy have all been haunted by the Kennedy assassination and each has found in the event an emblematic story for the nation. This chapter begins with a brief overview of other assassination fictional writings. It then looks at the way that DeLillo, Mailer, and Ellroy have grappled with the death of JFK.
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