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Wallace Week at The New Yorker: The Good and the Bad

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Martin Schneider writes:

Love the prospect of an in-depth article about the last days of David Foster Wallace, by D.T. Max. Not so comfortable with the unfinished work.


Here’s a Washington Post piece about it all: “New Yorker Publishes Part Of Unfinished Wallace Novel.”

Interesting. I don’t think anyone who read his work with any care would think to call him “trick-filled.”

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