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Old 05-05-2011, 12:01 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by montsnmags View Post
I have been long reading David Foster Wallace's Brief Interviews With Hideous Men and sitting him in my own personal pantheon of OMG!-I-SO-LIKE-TOTALLY-LOVE -THIS-AUTHOR-LIKE-OMG! Greats. The recently slowly-read short story within, Tri-Stan: I Sold Sissee Nar To Ecko was most amusing and confusing (thus slowly-read). I have not read any else of Foster Wallace's, though I have Infinite Jest in the TBR pile.

Anyone else read/love/hate any of his works?
I love David Foster Wallace' works. I started like you with the interviews. I think I have all of them. Then, as i do sometime with dead authors that I like, I postponed the pleasures to harder times of need.

Some time I posted something about him that might be interesting. Ridiculuous, but this is the link.


Last but not least. Thank you Florence, for this very attractive thread!
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