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The Infinite Jest Liveblog: Using Your Head

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 29, 2012, pgs 902-911/1077. Many questions in just a handful of pages. 704 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: Using Your Head

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 29, 2012, pgs 902-911/1077. Many questions in just a handful of pages. 704 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: When it Hit

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 22, 2012, pgs 883-902/1077. We are now into a repeating Gately-Hal cycle. 457 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: When it Hit

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 22, 2012, pgs 883-902/1077. We are now into a repeating Gately-Hal cycle. 457 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: Tragedy Comedy

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 14, 2012, pgs 865-883/1077. Hal, still in first person, goes to brush his teeth. 679 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: Tragedy Comedy

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 14, 2012, pgs 865-883/1077. Hal, still in first person, goes to brush his teeth. 679 more words

David Foster Wallace

The Infinite Jest Liveblog: Alas, Poor Tony

This is the latest entry in Words, Words, Words the ongoing liveblog of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest.” 

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March 8, 2012, pgs 845-864/1076-1077. Finally, the end comes for Poor Tony Krause and Randy Lenz, two of the most unpleasant characters I’ve had the pleasure of reading. 561 more words

David Foster Wallace