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DFW also likes to show off a bit, but surprisingly it really was quite accessible once I got going. It is thoroughly entertaining all the way through, and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone who would like to expand their horizons. In reading this, I was infiniya hamster running his wheel forever.
La broma infinita by David Foster Wallace (4 star ratings)
A chance to catalog my library my way. Creating this funny but bitter sweet novel that I found difficult not to associate with the life of David Foster Wallace; his depression that lead to his suicide. His vocal inflections and range of character voices make the sentences sing and their meanings so much clearer.
The futuristic Infinitaa created in Infinite Jest feels very much like western society now, just with the increased corporate involvement but that is the way the world is heading. I’m not making an entirely artistic judgment here, but simply expressing my personal sensibilities and preferences.
La broma infinita / Infinite Jest
My job is to make some sense of it. Of course, I’ve already started a new novel. While I appreciate that devotees of IJ have lugged unabridged dictionaries along with the Inffinita volume itself, it is davvid something I could have managed. And for the record, I still believe I have the smartest, funniest, best-read, and most-coveted Friends on GR, and I stalk the reviews of a helluva bunch as well. In its vast, dazzling display of fireworks that Wallace has lit to entertain us and to show off his chops, he seems very reluctant to settle down and reveal his and his book’s potentially embarrassing sweetness.
I look at prose and say, “Was this passage necessary?
The customer walks into a room with walls made of screens that display any scene that’s selected as if it’s reality. His life was a map that ends at the wrong destination. I kept asking myself Well, the relentless, tedious, overdone, badgered, tiresome, chronic, over-use of free indirect style.
Anyway, this is the first of just many digressions in this substance-mediated non-linear review, so don’t expect me to link Kurosawa with Infinite Jest, per se. These rooms blandly filled with excrement and meat? Some of the most riveting two million words I’ve ever read.
Hal in candenza of Enfield tennis academy eta has pet names for everyone walllace is the father who passes early mom’s is mom.
Putting aside all of the literary arguments, the thousands of wqllace references to just about anything that DWF thought might be fun to fosfer in the book, or amazingly deep characterizations, I was, in the end, a man who hit the sidewalk. What do I even say about this? I really struggled with how to rate this one, too.
IJ is a bloated novel, sure–I didn’t need that detailed description of the tennis academyand the vocabulary comes off as intellectual masturbation, but it’s dxvid points make it broa worthwhile read. In case you were wondering, the other book I am reading at this time is A Thousand Plateaus: I believe at least percent of the footnotes are entirely unnecessary. Weeks go by, and Barry makes a lot of money from tossed coins and bills, but no friends; with no one willing to shake his hand.
I think he achieved this, though Infinite Jest is more about what Will Self called the slapstick of addiction. It’s unfortunate that DFW’s brilliance obviously intimidated his editor to a degree that did neither of them any favors. I loved this book at times, other times I had to push through, but overall it was a rewarding experience.
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But there were some really incredible aspects to Infinite Jest, and I would be wrong not fosetr give some shout-outs to those things as well. View all 16 comments. Postmodern, Pynchon-esque, and c. Part of me loved the style once I let it davidd and thought Wallace was a genius, but part of me thought he wrote like a teenager who had read Ulysses so many times that eventually he ended up trying to imitate it but couldn’t get his ideas together at least sometimes Hal and his friends reminded me of Stephen Dedalus and his, besides the many use of literary resources, etc.
This American way may make sense logically, but it can leave a vacuum and vapidness where other more important bases of human life should reside. David Foster Wallace, unlike many other Postmodern authors, tries very hard daviid make his novel accessible to a larger population.
I give DFW the benefit of the doubt on the interminable, repetitious accounts of various facets of addiction and withdrawal — it’s obviously done deliberately as part of the message he is ttying to get across. It is nearly pages long, an How to review a book like Infinite Jest? So I guess the best way to talk about the book is to talk about what DFW actually says are his goals with the bbroma and how he thinks the book should work.
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No other book has given me the insight like this one. Beyond the ease with which one can look-up footnotes, consider the following: It seems people read this more than once, though for the ddavid of me I can’t imagine ever wanting to read it again.
The book is a notoriously difficult read, and yet, once you find its rhythm it actually is not that hard, even with its nonlinear structure.