Wallace's Infinite Jest
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Wallace's Infinite Jest

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Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace. New York: Little Brown, 1996. True first printing, with full number-line and jacket misprint ('Vollman'). This now-legendary novel has become one of the most sought-after of recent years, particularly since the author's death. Extremely long and self-referential, it nevertheless fully repays the attention needed to enjoy it. Wallace succeeds in creating a brilliant picture of the modern world, with the corruption of youth as its driving force. 1,079 pp.
Color: blue
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 9.5" L x 6.3" W x 3" H
Era: Contemporary: 1990s
Made Of: hardcover
SKU: 77509523
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: May 21 - Jun 02
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Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books is based in Manhattan, helping collectors to build unique libraries by finding and celebrating unusual works. Whether your interests lie in poetry, art history, first editions of modern classics, or getting hold of some favorite childhood book, this is the perfect way to rediscover the best books from the last 70 years. Unless indicated, almost all books are US or UK first editions and all defects are noted.
Why we love this
Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace. New York: Little Brown, 1996. True first printing, with full number-line and jacket misprint ('Vollman'). This now-legendary novel has become one of the most sought-after of recent years, particularly since the author's death. Extremely long and self-referential, it nevertheless fully repays the attention needed to enjoy it. Wallace succeeds in creating a brilliant picture of the modern world, with the corruption of youth as its driving force. 1,079 pp.
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Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books is based in Manhattan, helping collectors to build unique libraries by finding and celebrating unusual works. Whether your interests lie in poetry, art history, first editions of modern classics, or getting hold of some favorite childhood book, this is the perfect way to rediscover the best books from the last 70 years. Unless indicated, almost all books are US or UK first editions and all defects are noted.