Un truc soi-disant super auquel on ne me reprendra pas
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Au diable Vauvert
Pages no: 554
Edition language: French
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First, I find the topics to be very enlightening w/r/t (hah, stole that from DFW) Infinite Jest (which I did enjoy when I read it a few years ago). Second, I wanted to make the global comment that I enjoy reading DFW in large part because his work is just as impressive as someone like Martin Amis, ...
he picked up a book. he read the book. it was him all over. the best version of himself! and the worst.what is postmodernism, really? is it a way to understand the world, to define the world, to separate yourself from the world... when you are actually a part of that world? a part of the so-called p...
I read Infinite Jest a few months ago, my first written by David Foster Wallace, and came to really enjoy his writing, as well as the story itself. After I read this book, I came to really enjoy the man himself. This book is a collection of essays ranging over a variety of topics, including tennis...
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