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Consider David Foster Wallace : critical essays

Author: David Hering
Publisher: Los Angeles : Sideshow Media Group Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: David Foster Wallace; David Foster Wallace; David Foster Wallace; David Foster Wallace
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Hering
ISBN: 0976146576 9780976146575
OCLC Number: 656503080
Description: 242 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Editor's preface / David Hering --
Introduction: Consider David Foster Wallace / Greg Carlisle --
The book, the broom and the ladder; philosophical groundings in the work of David Foster Wallace / Clare Hayes-Brady --
A blasted region: David Foster Wallace's man-made landscapes / Graham Foster --
David Foster Wallace: westward with Fredric Jameson / Connie Luther --
Consider Berkeley & Co.: reading "Westward the course of empire takes its way" / Philip Coleman --
The ideal athlete: John Wayne in Infinite jest / Gregory Phipps --
Infinite jest: triangles, cycles, choices & chases / David Hering --
"Yet another example of the porousness of certain borders": chaos and realism in Infinite jest / Kiki Benzon --
Impervious to U.S. parsing: encyclopedism, autism, and Infinite jest / Matt Tresco --
Infinite jests: David Foster Wallace & Laurence Sterne / Christopher Thomas --
David Foster Wallace and the new sincerity in American fiction / Adam Kelly --
"Quote unquote love ... a type of scotopia": David Foster Wallace's Brief interviews with hideous men / Christoforos Diakoulakis --
"That is not wholly true": notes on annotation in David Foster Wallace's shorter fiction (and non-fiction) / Iannis Goerlandt --
Representations of trauma in David Foster Wallace's Oblivion / Thomas Tracey --
Seething static: notes on Wallace and journalism / Christoph Ribbat --
Don't compare, identify: David Foster Wallace on John McCain / Paul Jenner --
This is water and the ethics of attention: Wallace, Murdoch and Nussbaum / Daniel Turnbull.
Responsibility: edited by David Hering.

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