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A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again

David Foster Wallace

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Prose: non-fiction, Fiction, Humour, Humour collections & anthologies

*Razor-sharp cultural commentary and hilarious social observation from the bestselling author of INFINITE JEST.

A collection of insightful and uproariously funny non-fiction by the bestselling author of INFINITE JEST - one of the most acclaimed and adventurous writers of our time. A SUPPOSEDLY FUN THING... brings together Wallace's musings on a wide range of topics, from his early days as a nationally ranked tennis player to his trip on a commercial cruiseliner. In each of these essays, Wallace's observations are as keen as they are funny.

Filled with hilarious details and invigorating analyses, these essays brilliantly expose the fault line in American culture - and once again reveal David Foster Wallace's extraordinary talent and gargantuan intellect.

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Praise for A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again

  • It's the kind of book you can't even put down while brushing your teeth. He's damn good. I take my hat off to him. - GUARDIAN

  • Enviably good. - SUNDAY TIMES

  • Like sea air, David Foster Wallace is so bracing. - GLASGOW HERALD

  • Brilliant. - MAXIM

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David Foster Wallace

David Foster Wallace is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, the Lannan Award for Fiction, the Paris Review's Aga Kahn Prize and John Train Prize for Humour, and the O. Henry Award. He died in 2008.

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