Infinite Jest

Satire by David Foster Wallace

Blurb

In a sprawling, wild, super-hyped magnum opus, David Foster Wallace fulfills the promise of his precocious novel The Broom of the System. Equal parts philosophical quest and screwball comedy, Infinite Jest bends every rule of fiction, features a huge cast and multilevel narrative, and questions essential elements of American culture - our entertainments, our addictions, our relationships, our pleasures, our abilities to define ourselves.

First Published

1996

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esther.wieringa

Esther.wieringa

I really hated this book. Not a single person that does anything even vaguely worth doing. I suppose it's a sign of good writing to be able to evoke strong visceral feelings, but I just could not go on reading.

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