Understanding David Foster Wallace
Univ of South Carolina Press, 2003 - 232 Seiten
Marshall Boswell examines the four major works of fiction David Foster Wallace has produced thus far: the novels The Broom of the System and Infinite Jest and the story collections Girl with Curious Hair and Brief Interviews with Hideous Men.
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Cynicism and Naïveté Modernisms Third Wave
The Broom of the System Wittgenstein and the Rules of the Game
Girl with Curious Hair Inside and Outside the Set
Infinite Jest Too Much Fun for Anyone Mortal to Hope to Endure
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men Interrogations and Consolidations
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