A SUPPOSEDLY FUN THING I'LL NEVER DO AGAIN


A SUPPOSEDLY FUN THING I'LL NEVER DO AGAIN

DAVID FOSTER WALLACE    Book Number: 86856    Product format: Paperback

Harper's Magazine 1992-96, the Harvard Book Review and Esquire are some of the publications in which these brilliant essays first appeared and this collection was first published in the USA in 1997. Whether covering the films of David Lynch, TV and US fiction, freedom, limitation, joy, grotesquerie, human completeness, the String Theory, trigonometry, tornadoes or tennis players, here is a series of paradigms of 'certain stuff about choice'. Meadering and fascinating, 'getting away from already being pretty much away from it all', 'greatly exaggerated', we are taken from the farmlands of Illinois, a rifle sitting ownerless on a seat, an Arts & Crafts seminar to a stage hypnotist who looks like a 1950s B-movie villain. A hugely entertaining virtuoso writer with exhilarating verbal talent. 353pp in new paperback reprint.
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