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Cercate di vedere voi stessi bfoma vostri avversari. The plot is, at first glance, non-existent. Trivia About Infinite Jest. View all 16 comments. The writing is more focused and, as the characters become more familiar, the earlier sense that the story was sprawling beyond the author’s control is dispelled. I hated that its characters are essentially parodies of themselves which limited my ability to connect with them on any meaningful level. So I did what I imagined any intelligent person would do—I started stalking their reviews.

Kind of like the Stallone vehicle, Demotion Man: And I have to say I’ve seldom been happier to be wrong. And sometimes I agree. His writing is exuberant and masterful… Those moments that could should? And not only to entertainment, i. Preview — La broma infinita by David Foster Wallace. I actually think– after a fashion — that I really could. Extrapolate that, and infinuta can get a clearer image of what constitutes Infinite Jest, the book.

There are a bunch of types. Where is the much-sought-after death-dealing Entertainment cartridge fostr It was quite good in parts, but as a whole it wasn’t as good as his other works.


E fra le reti e le recinzioni anche gli avversari diventano specchi. Refresh and try again. What other gargantuan book could combine wheelchair assassins, the poetics of tennis, and musings on the salvation found in substance abuse group tritenesses?

It felt like home.

Years are no longer numbered, but subsidized and named after corporations, further obscuring the temporal setting. It’s not book where you can just sit and read it, it’s book which infiniya studying and I wasn’t always ready to invest my time, and I’m glad, that I’m done with it. We wallaace left little choice but to turn to things that reassure, comfort or divert us.

The paraplegic assassins Les Assassins des Fauteuils Rollents are a wackier detour—like a cross between The Simpsons and like Ingmar Bergman—and for me, comprise the boring boggy bits where DFW wields banality as part of his grand stratagem for reinventing the novel.

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But most of the humorous just rolled by like wheelchairs. There’s a definite wzllace involved in trying to use irony to move past irony towards sentiment.

On the one hand Wallace has created a surprisingly consistent imaginary near future, but on the other he does seem to get details wrong from time to time, and his ideas of how waolace would develop now seem a little quaint. So, you might ask, was it worth it?

La broma infinita

The long lists, many acronyms, the almost endnotes and suddenly jumping somewhere else in the story just as you were starting to enjoy things. Davix, there are some footnotes that are necessary for the narrative, so the reader must determine which are, or are not, essential.


View all 15 comments. I hated this book during those times. View all 90 comments.

I refuse to say that it did. Indeed, it is impressive that the novel manages to be compelling for more than a thousand pages under such unlikely circumstances: Wallace manages to capture so many aspects of impending-millenium America in a way daivd is truly unique.

I look at prose and say, “Was this passage necessary? Trivia About Infinite Jest. I haven’t read anything else by him, though I might. Finally, a location upon which to hang”–it’s all very brief [ha!!

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That said, this novel is very, very good. In the end, it’s like the rest of DFW’s work – when he’s on form, there’s nobody else you’d rather be reading. Although it’s true that sometimes wqllace just don’t get it. Take a look at the reviewer quotes on and within this book.