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CHARACTERS ´ AKUENTAJUI.CO ✓ David Foster Wallace David Foster Wallace ✓ 1 REVIEW READ Rzekomo fajna rzecz której nigdy więcej nie zrobię Eseje i rozważania Sejach daje się poznać jako wybitny oryginalny pisarz wrażliwy na absurdy otaczającej nas rzeczywistości Charakterystyczny i zaraźliwy styl pana Wallace’a czyni jego pisarstwo wielce zajmującym dla czytelnika niezależnie od wybranego tematu – „The New York Times” David Foster Wallace wyczuciem kolokwializmów mógłby zawstydzić swoich mistrzów Pynchona i DeLillo a trzeźwość sądów którą wnosi do wybranych przez siebie tematów – fikcyjnych albo rzeczywistych – powinny służyć za wzór każdemu kto para się krytyką niezależnie jaką formę przybiera –„Publishers Weekly” David Foster Wallace 1962 2008 – pisarz amerykański zaliczany do grona najwybitniejszych postmodernistów schyłku XX wieku Autor doskonale przyjętych powieści Infinite Jest oraz The Broom of the System a także zbiorów opowiadań Oblivion Krótkie wywiady z paskudnymi l. This summer I got this book from the library I started on the cruise ship story and soon realized I would want my very own copy to dogear underline and do other dirty booknerd things toDavid Foster Wallace you are were genius I think I may be in love with you I love your footnotes footnotes that range from a simple duh or to 2 page long footnotes that have footnotes themselves Not a lot of authors could get away with that but you my love can Could Did WhateverAs I stated the first part of this book I read was A Supposedly Fun Thing I ll Never do again What a delectable read Your gift for detail so rich crisp clear hilarious delicious repulsive INCREDIBLE I m so smitten with you it s unbelievable I d leave my husband for you 1I never in my days wanted to go to a state fair but I willingly went with you in this book and was amazed Without your guidance through the fairgrounds I would have never gone And without stepping foot there I could smell the livestock the sweaty masses of people the greasy food Your detail rocks my world Your amazing observations you make me tingle And I enjoyed the hell out of my trip to the fair Thank youI could kiss you DFW 2 Instead I ll read everything of yours I can get my hands on Then I ll push it on any of my friends and family until they are sick of me raving about you And once I have read everything you wrote I ll read them again and again 3Yet in all these stories there s this underlying stench of depression and loneliness that truly breaks my heart Maybe having been visited by the black cloud of depression myself I feel you 4I m so very sorry you left the worldI m so very glad you left us with something amazing1 only if my husband left me first 1a1a and if you weren t dead2 but I can t because you are dead you sonofabitch3 because your punk ass had to commit suicide and there will be no DFW stuff out there you jerk 3a3a I find this depressing as hell thank you very much 3b3b Not because you care David Foster Wallace because you are dead 3c3c Now I m mad at you 3d3d But I still love you4 Oh and feel you I would if you were still breathing Blue Fire daje się poznać jako wybitny oryginalny pisarz wrażliwy na absurdy otaczającej nas rzeczywistości Charakterystyczny i zaraźliwy styl pana Wallace’a czyni jego pisarstwo wielce zajmującym The Italians Commanding Proposal dla czytelnika niezależnie od wybranego tematu – „The New York Times” David Foster Wallace wyczuciem kolokwializmów mógłby zawstydzić swoich mistrzów Pynchona i DeLillo a trzeźwość sądów którą wnosi Effective Sales Enablement do wybranych przez siebie tematów – fikcyjnych albo rzeczywistych – powinny służyć za wzór każdemu kto para się krytyką niezależnie jaką formę przybiera –„Publishers Weekly” David Foster Wallace 1962 2008 – pisarz amerykański zaliczany Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Simulation do grona najwybitniejszych postmodernistów schyłku XX wieku Autor Girl Wash Your Face Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be doskonale przyjętych powieści Infinite Jest oraz The Broom of the System a także zbiorów opowiadań Oblivion Krótkie wywiady z paskudnymi l. This summer I got this book from the library I started on the cruise ship story and soon realized I would want my very own copy to Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass dogear underline and The Wrong Man do other When and Where I Enter The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America dirty booknerd things toDavid Foster Wallace you are were genius I think I may be in love with you I love your footnotes footnotes that range from a simple The Image of You duh or to 2 page long footnotes that have footnotes themselves Not a lot of authors could get away with that but you my love can Could Did WhateverAs I stated the first part of this book I read was A Supposedly Fun Thing I ll Never Myers Briggs Typology Vs Jungian Individuation do again What a Myers Briggs Typology vs Jungian Individuation delectable read Your gift for Fever A Novel detail so rich crisp clear hilarious Victoria delicious repulsive INCREDIBLE I m so smitten with you it s unbelievable I Eminent Victorians d leave my husband for you 1I never in my The Victorians days wanted to go to a state fair but I willingly went with you in this book and was amazed Without your guidance through the fairgrounds I would have never gone And without stepping foot there I could smell the livestock the sweaty masses of people the greasy food Your Navigating Social Journalism detail rocks my world Your amazing observations you make me tingle And I enjoyed the hell out of my trip to the fair Thank youI could kiss you DFW 2 Instead I ll read everything of yours I can get my hands on Then I ll push it on any of my friends and family until they are sick of me raving about you And once I have read everything you wrote I ll read them again and again 3Yet in all these stories there s this underlying stench of My Biggest Mistake depression and loneliness that truly breaks my heart Maybe having been visited by the black cloud of The Scenic Route A Novel depression myself I feel you 4I m so very sorry you left the worldI m so very glad you left us with something amazing1 only if my husband left me first 1a1a and if you weren t Olympic Perspectives dead2 but I can t because you are The Littlest Marine Bachelor Battalion #1 Silhouette Desire #1167 dead you sonofabitch3 because your punk ass had to commit suicide and there will be no DFW stuff out there you jerk 3a3a I find this Fools and Mortals depressing as hell thank you very much 3b3b Not because you care David Foster Wallace because you are Institutional Design in New Democracies Latin America in Global Perspective dead 3c3c Now I m mad at you 3d3d But I still love you4 Oh and feel you I would if you were still breathing

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CHARACTERS ´ AKUENTAJUI.CO ✓ David Foster Wallace David Foster Wallace ✓ 1 REVIEW READ Rzekomo fajna rzecz której nigdy więcej nie zrobię Eseje i rozważania Udźmi oraz Girl With Curious Hair Poza beletrystyką zajmował się eseistyką Studiował filologię angielską i filozofię Otrzymał MacArthur Fellowship i wiele innych nagród Największą sławę przyniosła mu licząca ponad tysiąc stron powieść Infinite Jest 1996 w 2005 roku magazyn „Time” uznał ją za jedną ze stu najlepszych anglojęzycznych powieści od czasów założenia czasopisma w 1923 r „Los Angeles Times” nazwał Wallace’a w 2008 roku jednym z najbardziej wpływowych i innowacyjnych pisarzy minionych dwudziestu lat David Foster Wallace który przez wiele lat zmagał się z depresją zmarł śmiercią samobójczą 12 września 2008 roku W 2015 roku nakładem Wydawnictwa WAB ukazała się po polsku pierwsza jego książka Krótkie wywiady z paskudnymi ludźmi W przygotowaniu są kolejne tytuły Oblivion i Infinite Jestźródło opisu strona wydawnictw. I have felt as bleak as I ve felt since puberty and have filled almost three Mead notebooks trying to figure out whether it was Them or Just Me By far my favorite review of this book and one of my favorite reviews on this site is Geoff s energetic paean So I find it somewhat ironic that setting out to write my own review I am forced to begin with the opposite moral do not trust the American hype machine This is not because everything popular is bad nor because of any Orwellian or Adornoesue suspicions of mass manipulation This is rather for the very simple reason that inflated expectations can make even genuinely joyful experiences a touch disappointing and thus embittering DFW is a sublime illustration of this Few authors on this site if any can compare with the gratuitous amount of praise heaped upon them by book worms and casual readers alike I mean for Pete s sake in one review there s even a photoshopped image of DFW s face edited onto Jesus body an impressively literal example of idolatry And because I had the enthusiastic voices of so many fellow readers in my head as I opened the first page I couldn t get myself to stop thinking the same thought So this is what everybody s raving about And the other unfortunate conseuence of this superfluity of praise besides giving the experience itself a tinge of discontent is that now I feel a bit defensive about my opinion as if not joining this chorus makes me a sinner Perhaps I am But listen let me be clear from the get go I enjoyed this book uite a bit It s just I have some emotional baggage to deal with Bear with me This book is a collection of essays Wallace wrote during the early half of the nineties In terms of both subject matter and uality it s a mixed bag Some are forgettable or worse and some are fantastic and hilarious These essays however all share distinctive traits and in my opinion serious flaws Let me get the most obvious flaw out of the way first Every essay is too long I m surprised any editor let Wallace get away with such meandering such overabundance and such aimlessness as one finds here He pursues tangents includes needless details and generally opines about everything which passes before his eyes I know it would feel like bloody murder to cut lines from such a talented writer But every good writer knows at least in the back of her head that writing is ultimately for the reader not the writer The entire profession of editing exists because of the all too human tendency to forget this This general too much ness to use a Wallacism often gives his writing a lack of focus and power turning what should be an act of communication into an info dump Another flaw which I admit is a bit petty of me to rag on is his unnecessary orthographic trickery Here s an example The net 35 feet high at the posts divides the court widthwise in half the service lines divide each half again into backcourt and fore The language in this sentence strikes me as deliberately annoying and ugly For one the word widthwise is awful and by saying backcourt and fore he forces the reader to perform a mental operation to get the sentence s meaning and an unsatisfying mental operation too And besides this sentence is explaining what a bleeding tennis court looks like the sort of thing you can safely omit There s stuff like this throughout phrases and abbreviations which struck me as serving no purpose except to be intentionally irritating A much deeper flaw is with some of the ideas he puts forward The whole point of his essay about Michael Joyce the tennis player is that practicing to be a professional athlete reuires so much time it ends up warping you which is pretty obvious if you ask me And I cannot find a better way to sum up his book review about the Death of the Author except to say that it was intellectual masturbation to very dull porn But this lackluster theorizing was most apparent in his essay about television in which he argues that irony is becoming pervasive suffocating and dangerous Not only has this concern been rendered obsolete because of technological advancement an option which he explicitly rules out but besides that I can t help but find Wallace s battle cry to risk the yawn the rolled eyes the cool smile the nudged ribs a bit feeble as if breaking out of your twenty something cage of irony is a heroic struggle All this is DFW at his worst pretentious show offy faux profound in other words that annoying guy in a turtleneck who lived down the hall in your college dorm That was me in my dorm in case you re wondering But DFW at his best is another creature entirely He s friendly interesting funny and insightful He s charming the sort of guy I d love to have a beer with In fact DFW can be downright addictive by the time I got near the end of this book I couldn t put it down I was stifling laughter on the metro and interrupting my girlfriend repeatedly to make her read a funny passage She liked these too and didn t even mind when I did it again two minutes later DFW is at his best in two essays in this collection his trip to the State Fair and his trip on a luxury cruise line They re similar works both involving the socially awkward delectably nervous highly oversensitive somewhat misanthropic thoroughly overeducated DFW entering an environment which caters to none of these ualities In these situations DFW is pushed to find humor in his situation and this search leads him to insights both about his environment and himself His is the kind of humor that functions both as comedy and as philosophy providing perspective analysis and interpretation leading you to acceptance of yourself and your place in the world What also sets these works apart is a keen anthropological eye Details crowd these pages lined up into lists tucked into corners jammed into footnotes And although many of these details are unnecessary and some are simply distracting most are delectable and delicious The very best way to describe Scott Peterson s demeanor is that it looks like he s constantly posing for a photograph nobody is taking DFW combines a journalist s curiosity with a neurotic s oversensitivity and a novelist s voyeurism The result is a man exuisitely attuned to his environment To sum up I ve decided I like the guy and I think he s a fantastic writer My only regret is that I met DFW with expectations inflated to the size of the Hindenburg which caused me constantly to measure him against the literally godlike person he was described to be And the real shame is that baring some youthful inability to figure out which details of his life are worth writing down he strikes me as a humble decent and honest person not the kind of person who d want to be known as a Goodreads God It s a shame he s gone Journalism Politics and the Dakota Access Pipeline depresją zmarł śmiercią samobójczą 12 września 2008 roku W 2015 roku nakładem Wydawnictwa WAB ukazała się po polsku pierwsza jego książka Krótkie wywiady z paskudnymi ludźmi W przygotowaniu są kolejne tytuły Oblivion i Infinite Jestźródło opisu strona wydawnictw. I have felt as bleak as I ve felt since puberty and have filled almost three Mead notebooks trying to figure out whether it was Them or Just Me By far my favorite review of this book and one of my favorite reviews on this site is Geoff s energetic paean So I find it somewhat ironic that setting out to write my own review I am forced to begin with the opposite moral Promoting Biodiversity in Food Systems do not trust the American hype machine This is not because everything popular is bad nor because of any Orwellian or Adornoesue suspicions of mass manipulation This is rather for the very simple reason that inflated expectations can make even genuinely joyful experiences a touch Determination of Target Xenobiotics and Unknown Compound Residues in Food Environmental and Biological Samples disappointing and thus embittering DFW is a sublime illustration of this Few authors on this site if any can compare with the gratuitous amount of praise heaped upon them by book worms and casual readers alike I mean for Pete s sake in one review there s even a photoshopped image of DFW s face edited onto Jesus body an impressively literal example of idolatry And because I had the enthusiastic voices of so many fellow readers in my head as I opened the first page I couldn t get myself to stop thinking the same thought So this is what everybody s raving about And the other unfortunate conseuence of this superfluity of praise besides giving the experience itself a tinge of Batman and the Multiplicity of Identity discontent is that now I feel a bit Redefining Translation defensive about my opinion as if not joining this chorus makes me a sinner Perhaps I am But listen let me be clear from the get go I enjoyed this book uite a bit It s just I have some emotional baggage to Ethics and Attachment deal with Bear with me This book is a collection of essays Wallace wrote Transcending New Public Management during the early half of the nineties In terms of both subject matter and uality it s a mixed bag Some are forgettable or worse and some are fantastic and hilarious These essays however all share Public Relations Planning distinctive traits and in my opinion serious flaws Let me get the most obvious flaw out of the way first Every essay is too long I m surprised any editor let Wallace get away with such meandering such overabundance and such aimlessness as one finds here He pursues tangents includes needless Green Planet Blues details and generally opines about everything which passes before his eyes I know it would feel like bloody murder to cut lines from such a talented writer But every good writer knows at least in the back of her head that writing is ultimately for the reader not the writer The entire profession of editing exists because of the all too human tendency to forget this This general too much ness to use a Wallacism often gives his writing a lack of focus and power turning what should be an act of communication into an info Negotiating Gender Euity in the Global South dump Another flaw which I admit is a bit petty of me to rag on is his unnecessary orthographic trickery Here s an example The net 35 feet high at the posts All Aliens Like Burgers divides the court widthwise in half the service lines Guerrilla Warfare A historical and critical study divide each half again into backcourt and fore The language in this sentence strikes me as Kierkegaard's Christocentric Theology Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Theology Biblical Studies deliberately annoying and ugly For one the word widthwise is awful and by saying backcourt and fore he forces the reader to perform a mental operation to get the sentence s meaning and an unsatisfying mental operation too And besides this sentence is explaining what a bleeding tennis court looks like the sort of thing you can safely omit There s stuff like this throughout phrases and abbreviations which struck me as serving no purpose except to be intentionally irritating A much Antiuity Origins Classicism and the new Rome Architecture in Context deeper flaw is with some of the ideas he puts forward The whole point of his essay about Michael Joyce the tennis player is that practicing to be a professional athlete reuires so much time it ends up warping you which is pretty obvious if you ask me And I cannot find a better way to sum up his book review about the Death of the Author except to say that it was intellectual masturbation to very Nationalism War and Jewish Education dull porn But this lackluster theorizing was most apparent in his essay about television in which he argues that irony is becoming pervasive suffocating and Home States and Homeland Politics dangerous Not only has this concern been rendered obsolete because of technological advancement an option which he explicitly rules out but besides that I can t help but find Wallace s battle cry to risk the yawn the rolled eyes the cool smile the nudged ribs a bit feeble as if breaking out of your twenty something cage of irony is a heroic struggle All this is DFW at his worst pretentious show offy faux profound in other words that annoying guy in a turtleneck who lived Drawing as Performance down the hall in your college Intuición dorm That was me in my Victorian Painting dorm in case you re wondering But DFW at his best is another creature entirely He s friendly interesting funny and insightful He s charming the sort of guy I Reunited in Walnut River A Matter of the Heart d love to have a beer with In fact DFW can be Second Chance with Her Billionaire Billionaires for Heiresses #1 downright addictive by the time I got near the end of this book I couldn t put it Victorian Painting down I was stifling laughter on the metro and interrupting my girlfriend repeatedly to make her read a funny passage She liked these too and Henry James Travel didn t even mind when I On Her Terms did it again two minutes later DFW is at his best in two essays in this collection his trip to the State Fair and his trip on a luxury cruise line They re similar works both involving the socially awkward Why I Love My Sister delectably nervous highly oversensitive somewhat misanthropic thoroughly overeducated DFW entering an environment which caters to none of these ualities In these situations DFW is pushed to find humor in his situation and this search leads him to insights both about his environment and himself His is the kind of humor that functions both as comedy and as philosophy providing perspective analysis and interpretation leading you to acceptance of yourself and your place in the world What also sets these works apart is a keen anthropological eye Details crowd these pages lined up into lists tucked into corners jammed into footnotes And although many of these Why I Love My Mummy details are unnecessary and some are simply Why I Love My Daddy distracting most are Haemophilia in Aotearoa New Zealand delectable and Meet Marie Grace American Girls Marie Grace and Cécile #1 delicious The very best way to Byzantium and the West 11th 15th c describe Scott Peterson s Waves Formations and Values in the World System World Society Studies World Society Studies Vol 2 demeanor is that it looks like he s constantly posing for a photograph nobody is taking DFW combines a journalist s curiosity with a neurotic s oversensitivity and a novelist s voyeurism The result is a man exuisitely attuned to his environment To sum up I ve Black Feminism in ualitative Inuiry decided I like the guy and I think he s a fantastic writer My only regret is that I met DFW with expectations inflated to the size of the Hindenburg which caused me constantly to measure him against the literally godlike person he was Black Feminism in ualitative Inuiry described to be And the real shame is that baring some youthful inability to figure out which Developmental Transitions details of his life are worth writing Developmental Transitions down he strikes me as a humble Hybridity in Peacebuilding and Development decent 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CHARACTERS ´ AKUENTAJUI.CO ✓ David Foster Wallace David Foster Wallace ✓ 1 REVIEW READ Rzekomo fajna rzecz której nigdy więcej nie zrobię Eseje i rozważania Kolejna po Krótkich wywiadach z paskudnymi ludźmi książka legendarnego amerykańskiego pisarza nareszcie po polskuGorzka i wnikliwa analiza ubóstwa intelektualnego oferty telewizyjnej miażdżąca krytyka twórczości Davida Lyncha brawurowy opis szkolnych mistrzostw sportowych oraz godny Mrożka reportaż z tygodniowego rejsu luksusowym liniowcem na Karaiby – w zbiorze swoich siedmiu esejów David Foster Wallace żongluje tematami i stylistyką Nie tracąc nic ze swojego charakterystycznego stylu urzeka celnością spostrzeżeń ironią dowcipem i intelektualnym rozmachem Granica między dyskursem akademickim a literackim jest tu nieuchwytna a zakres tematów szeroki i zaskakujący Pozornie chaotyczne a jednak precyzyjne teksty które zyskały uznanie na całym świecie zachwycą nie tylko miłośników prozy Wallace’a Autor kultowej powieści Infinite Jest również w e. Oh David I miss you with a plangency that belies the fact that I never met you never would have You were and are and will always be such a serious force in my life I ve read this two or three times and a few weeks after DFW died I picked it up again almost on a whim I d been having trouble finding something to sink my teeth into I rejected Anna Kavan William Vollmann and Fellipe Alfau in short order and I kind of pulled this book without thinking about the timing refusing to consider myself one of the jumpers on someone needing desperately to reread an author right after his sudden shocking death I mean I ve read all his books before right So I should be able to revisit them whenever I want without feeling like a scenester wannabeI didn t remember much about this one except a weird snippet about playing tennis in a tornado So try to picture my shock in the early pages of the very first essay when I came upon this On board the Nadir especially at night when all the ship s structured fun and reassurances and gaiety noise ceased I felt despair The word s overused and banalified now despair but it s a serious word and I m using it seriously For me it denotes a simple admixture a weird yearning for death combined with a crushing sense of my own smallness and futility that presents as a fear of death It s maybe close to what people call dread or angst But it s not these things uite It s like wanting to die in order to escape the unbearable feeling of becoming aware that I m small and weak and selfish and going without any doubt at all to die It s wanting to jump overboardCut to me hair blowing crazy in the wind outside my apartment with a cigarette in my hand and tears streaming down my faceSo you know I don t know what to say It really was very hard for me to get through this reading without feeling like a stupid bandwagon jumper It really was very hard not to notice all the despair slyly threaded throughout these essays intermixed with the jokes the seriousness the brilliance But even while doing all that noticing I kept second guessing and scolding myself for overemphasizing something that only now seems true in retrospect I mean if he d come out of the closet recently instead everyone would be piecing together clues from his oeuvre about his homosexual tendencies you know I m having trouble explaining this but I guess I have a serious problem with how the soul baring ness of the autobiographical writer leads to this tacit agreement that readers can poke their noses between the lines to figure out than the writer is telling But then WTF these things are actually there Right I just kept looping myself around and around not feeling comfortable with anything I thought about anything So whatever This book is ungodly fantastic the fact that he is gone is so goddamn devastating the whole thing is beautiful awful but mostly just fucking awful If anyone is still reading or cares here are some thoughts on the individual essaysThe title essay and Getting Away from Already Being Pretty Much Away from It All are spectacular Hilarious too which is something we sometimes forget about DFW given how super serious intellectual he is In Greatly Exaggerated he is so fucking smart that I couldn t even read the essay because I am not and never will be his intellectual eual E Unibus Pluram on the other hand was incredibly smart but also for the most part accessible to us mere mortals and was incredibly interesting if sadly a bit dated David Lynch Keeps His Head was a nice middle ground incredibly obsessive nerd y but it made me desperately want to watch Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks again I only read about half of the Michael Joyce essay because my attention span for tennis especially its accompanying statistics and arcana is pretty short Derivative Sports in Tornado Alley was plaintive and sad and the most personal maybe of the essays and though it was the one that stuck with me the most on my first read of this book this time I think the images of the bovine herds of fat sweaty Mid Easterners stuffing their faces with funnel cake and hot dogs at the State Fair will remain in my head for a long while God I am so depressed Eminent Victorians dowcipem i intelektualnym rozmachem Granica między The Victorians dyskursem akademickim a literackim jest tu nieuchwytna a zakres tematów szeroki i zaskakujący Pozornie chaotyczne a jednak precyzyjne teksty które zyskały uznanie na całym świecie zachwycą nie tylko miłośników prozy Wallace’a Autor kultowej powieści Infinite Jest również w e. 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  • David Foster Wallace
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  • 04 June 2020
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