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I have read the biography of David Foster Wallace, but got really very little insight into the mind of DFW from it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Matrixunloaded
But the end was so, so sad - among the saddest things I've ever read. I would certainly recommend this to a person unfamiliar with Mr. Wallace - this is a lovely introduction. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jay McLaughlin
The last chapter in this book will never leave me. I read this in parallel to Infinite Jest and I think this would have been a good, albeit a long forward for that work.Published 18 months ago by Bob Wachholder
This book is thoroughly enjoyable for the DFW nerd. The choice to make it chronological was brilliant and I enjoyed seeing how his view points changed throughout his life. Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by ConcupusAl
Facinating stuff, as is anything involving DFW. The McCaffery interview is particularly engrossing. Good to read after reading the D.T. Max biography.Published on January 28, 2013 by Daniel Reddig
I highlighted the heck out of this book. It's just full of beautiful thoughts and incredible insights.
Devoted fans of DFW will find much to feed their souls. Read more
Okay I'm a rabid fan of DFW, having read everything he's ever written, and I'll try my best to stay objective. Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by Nuri K
This book is for devoted fans of DFW. The interviews serve to highlight several of DFW's books over the course of his career. Read morePublished on November 14, 2012 by jeepers