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Discussing DFW’s Infinite Jest scene of the Inner Infant group: p.795-808
If you are like me (which could be another can of worms) you found the Inner Infant scene to be a perfect example of Wallace’s hysterical set-ups. 978 more words
In Response to Reading "Tennis Player Michael Joyce's Pofessional Artistry as a Paradigm of Certain Stuff about Choice, Freedom, Discipline, Joy, Grotesquetrie, and Human Completeness"
In response to reading “M. Joyce” by David Foster Wallace (DFW), I couldn’t help but notice my reaction to Wallace’s reactions to both the tennis players’ concept of vision and that of a special spectator/audience sight, whereby I conclude, after a frustrating and yet tantalizingly fathomable bout with myself, that Wallace presents an impenetrable cycle of seeing, reacting, and being seen. 799 more words