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The legacy of David Foster Wallace

著者: Samuel S Cohen; Lee Konstantinou
出版: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©2012.
シリーズ: New American canon.
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"Considered by many to be the greatest writer of his generation, David Foster Wallace was at the height of his creative powers when he committed suicide in 2008. In a sweeping portrait of Wallace's writing and thought and as a measure of his importance in literary history, The Legacy of David Foster Wallace gathers cutting-edge, field-defining scholarship by critics alongside remembrances by many of his writer  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
その他のフォーマット: Print version:
Legacy of David Foster Wallace.
Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, c2012
(DLC) 2011042542
関連の人物: David Foster Wallace; David Foster Wallace; David Foster Wallace
資料の種類: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: インターネットリソース, コンピューターファイル
すべての著者/寄与者: Samuel S Cohen; Lee Konstantinou
ISBN: 9781609381042 1609381041
OCLC No.: 794491169
物理形態: 1 online resource (xxv, 270 p.) : ill.
コンテンツ: Acknowledgments; Samuel Cohen and Lee Konstantinou --
Introduction: Zoologists, Elephants, and Editors; Part 1: History; Paul Giles --
All Swallowed Up: David Foster Wallace and American Literature; Don DeLillo --
Informal Remarks from the David Foster Wallace Memorial Service in New York on October 23, 2008; Josh Roiland --
Getting Away from It All: The Literary Journalism of David Foster Wallace and Nietzsche's Concept of Oblivion; George Saunders --
Informal Remarks from the David Foster Wallace Memorial Service in New York on October 23, 2008; Part 2: Aesthetics. Samuel Cohen --
To Wish to Try to Sing to the Next Generation: Infinite Jest's HistoryRick Moody --
Tribute Written for Wallace Family Memorial Book, 2008; Lee Konstantinou --
No Bull: David Foster Wallace and Postironic Belief; David Lipsky --
An Interview with David Foster Wallace; Heather Houser --
Infinite Jest's Environmental Case for Disgust; Dave Eggers --
Foreword to Tenth Anniversary Edition of Infinite Jest; Part 3: Community; Ed Finn --
Becoming Yourself: The Afterlife of Reception. Jonathan Franzen Informal Remarks from the David Foster Wallace Memorial Service in New York on October 23, 2008Kathleen Fitzpatrick Infinite Summer:Reading, Empathy, and the Social Network; Michael Pietsch and Rick Moody On Editing David Foster Wallace: An Interview; Ira B. Nadel --
Consider the Footnote; Molly Schwartzburg --
Conclusion: Observations on the Archive at the Harry Ransom Center; Notes on Contributors; Permissions; Index.
シリーズタイトル: New American canon.
責任者: edited by Samuel Cohen and Lee Konstantinou.

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"Considered by many to be the greatest writer of his generation, David Foster Wallace was at the height of his creative powers when he committed suicide in 2008. In a sweeping portrait of Wallace's writing and thought and as a measure of his importance in literary history, The Legacy of David Foster Wallace gathers cutting-edge, field-defining scholarship by critics alongside remembrances by many of his writer friends, who include some of the world's most influential authors. In this elegant volume, literary critics scrutinize the existing Wallace scholarship and at the same time pioneer new ways of understanding Wallace's fiction and journalism. In critical essays exploring a variety of topics - including Wallace's relationship to American literary history, his place in literary journalism, his complicated relationship to his postmodernist predecessors, the formal difficulties of his 1996 magnum opus Infinite Jest, his environmental imagination, and the "social life" of his fiction and nonfiction - contributors plumb sources as diverse as Amazon.com reader recommendations, professional book reviews, the 2009 Infinite Summer project, and the David Foster Wallace archive at the University of Texas's Harry Ransom Center. The creative writers - including Don DeLillo, Jonathan Franzen, George Saunders, Rick Moody, Dave Eggers, and David Lipsky, and Wallace's Little, Brown editor, Michael Pietsch - reflect on the person behind the volumes of fiction and nonfiction created during the author's too-short life. All of the essays, critical and creative alike, are written in an accessible style that does not presume any background in Wallace criticism. Whether the reader is an expert in all things David Foster Wallace, a casual fan of his fiction and nonfiction, or completely new to Wallace, The Legacy of David Foster Wallace will reveal the power and innovation that defined his contribution to literary life and to self-understanding. This illuminating volume is destined to shape our understanding of Wallace, his writing, and his place in history."--Project Muse.

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This is a collection whose character is faithful to the spirit of Wallace's work: considerate, intelligent, funny, even self-deprecating an excellent addition to both the fan s and the critic s 続きを読む

 
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