INFINITE JEST BY DAVID FOSTER WALLACE EBOOK

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Apr 25, The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Sep 26, Infinite jest - David Foster Wallace. Somewhere in the not-so-distant future, the screwed-up residents of Ennet House, a Boston halfway house. cover image of Infinite Jest Infinite Jest. by David Foster Wallace. ebook Equal parts philosophical quest and screwball comedy, Infinite Jest bends every .

I recommend reading in long stretches; reading on your lunch break isn't enough time to dive in. The times the book was most enjoyable is when I took it on airplanes.

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While dense, the book is beautiful in its complexities - reminiscent of art nouveau architecture - so rich it is hard to take it all in! This really is a masterpiece. It happens a lot. Infinite Jest is intimidating at first and a punchline as far as big, heady books go but if you can make it through the first couple hundred pages and pick up on the novel's rhythm, it might change your life. It's not as tough as everyone makes it out to be, and despite being held up as one of these paragons of capital L Literature, there is a ton of heart and soul and humor in these pages.

It's so funny! Like legitimately, laugh out loud hilarious. And also deeply sad and full of broken characters falling apart and broken characters trying to put themselves back together.

It's deep, ridiculous, and can change the way you look at the world, and there's a reason the folks who love this book are borderline evangelical about it Like f flyfisher88 Sep 21, I, as others, had a hard time getting through this book with all the footnotes and multiple themes.

What saved me is a blog called infinite summer which gives an outline of the book with comments. It's a has a lot of humor some of it very unusual. It happens a lot.

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Infinite Jest is intimidating at first and a punchline as far as big, heady books go but if you can make it through the first couple hundred pages and pick up on the novel's rhythm, it might change your life. It's not as tough as everyone makes it out to be, and despite being held up as one of these paragons of capital L Literature, there is a ton of heart and soul and humor in these pages.

It's so funny! Like legitimately, laugh out loud hilarious.

And also deeply sad and full of broken characters falling apart and broken characters trying to put themselves back together. It's deep, ridiculous, and can change the way you look at the world, and there's a reason the folks who love this book are borderline evangelical about it I, as others, had a hard time getting through this book with all the footnotes and multiple themes. What saved me is a blog called infinite summer which gives an outline of the book with comments.

It's a has a lot of humor some of it very unusual. The blog mentioned above will help a lot of readers get through it and I think you will like it.

A polarizing work you'll likely either love or hate. At least if you read it, you can honestly say you've read it whatever that is good for. It is quite a tome. I was not able to finish the book by the due date, hence the four stars. Will try again later.

It is not an easy read, not to say that is a bad thing. Reminded me of trying to get through John Milton or Boccaccio, obviously nuggets of genius in the work, but you need to fully devote your intellect and attention. Negative thoughts perhaps I'm yet able to get it if positively on what I think to make this book unaccessible: It's hardly of comparison with most books in the market, guess whoever not a weak-gutted read through it would give high remark.

It's not my all time favorite though, aside from profound humor of human life, I sometimes found this book endearing location, time -wise, and every day human being and intimate, wish to join a bookclub dedicated to this opus.

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WCH Crime: Articles have been written on how few people have read the whole thing. One of my absolute favorites!

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