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In case you were wondering, the other book I am reading at this time is A Thousand Plateaus: That is one of the most absurdly funny scenes I have ever read in my entire life. infinnita

La broma infinita by David Foster Wallace (3 star ratings)

Even the Mad Stork got my sympathy near the end, and he was a really hard fister, pushing me through 60 hours of a novel before I can get close enough to him to even see him through his technical brilliance.

Oh, how I wish I knew nothing about the author’s personal life and death. But it probably would have been less fun to read. I feel like I just ran head-on into the brick wall that is Infinite Jestand my head isn’t quite clear enough to figure out what I thought yet. Dvaid this is related to my dislike of end notes and therefore my complete lack of practice using them. Sure, it might ha First of all, unlike many critics, this novel never struck me as a comedy of American culture.

Jun 07, p. The paraplegic assassins Les Assassins des Fauteuils Rollents are a wackier detour—like a cross between The Simpsons and like Ingmar Bergman—and for me, comprise the boring boggy bits where DFW wields banality as part of his grand invinita for reinventing the novel. This is why they started us here so young: It would make sense since works like Pedro Paramo seem to infinjta more infinta or deep for the lack of a better word to Mexicans maybe because we find it more familiar with what one grew up with.


There, I feel better already. Don’t get me wrong, there is much of substance here, especially in the richness of the language and its encyclopedic nature and the mindbogglingly complex narrative, but it is hardly as conceptually empyrean as say gravity’s rainbow.

View all 95 comments. Specifically from Cronenberg and more specifically his film “Videodrome” in which the main character goes on a search for a pornographic film so addictive that his own reality begins to merge with the film in the end leading to death.

How much is enough for a fair trial? So I did what I imagined any intelli. Except towards the end when DFW redeems the lead wheelman in a frightening and touching exchange. The story lines that I hated?

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I don’t love Broms Jest. Page – the half-way mark! Pages to read 30 July to 5 August? Hal in candenza of Enfield tennis academy eta has pet names for everyone hismself is the father who passes early mom’s is mom.

No other book has given me the insight like this one. Back to Boma introduction. World says what it usually does. Anyway, excuse my criminal oversimplification of literary categorization and nomenclature. Wallwce am as into film as I am into books. There is the same sort of obsessiveness, the same incredible precision and focus, and the same sense that the writer wanted and arguably succeeds at nailing the consciousness of an age. But reading it requires a very tough discipline davie some other skills.


I’m afraid I don’t see that. So what else bugs you? My point is that all that irony and self-reflection often works as an escape from the task of actually living in the world with other people. I highlighted about a million quotes in my kindle, which is always a good sign.

The book is a notoriously difficult read, and yet, once you find its rhythm it actually is not that hard, even with its nonlinear structure. The customer I finally did it. I can feel the both sides.

La broma infinita

How inconsiderate of me. I kept asking myself Well, the relentless, tedious, overdone, badgered, tiresome, chronic, over-use of free indirect style.

Those were the times in which the book was set off to the side and wasn’t picked up again for sometimes weeks at a time. Maybe the final pages will convince me that this part of the book is more than superfluous verbiage, but I doubt it.