In Don DeLillo’s White Noise, the novel’s protagonist and his companion, Murray, with a habit of scrutinizing cereal boxes for semiotic clues, drive into the countryside. Passing five signs that reference “The Most Photographed Barn in America,” they arrive at a makeshift lot with forty cars and a tour bus already parked.
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