Una novela crítica, divertida y reflexiva sobre la adicción, el consumismo y la soledad de la sociedad norteamericana, escrita con gran. Una novela crítica, divertida y reflexiva sobre la adicción, el consumismo y la soledad de la sociedad norteamericana, escrita con gran sabiduría y sentido del . La broma infinita (Spanish Edition) eBook: David Foster Wallace: : Kindle Store.
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A book is a better thing to chat with than anything else on the planet. However, the longer — and, I’d argue, the more enjoyable — your novel is, the greater the obligation is to provide one.
You will need to keep notes and it might even be a good idea to get a study guide because this book will take you on a very interesting ride. Okay this is not something that is good enough for me.
This is where I was sold into making this my next read: The infinitz must intervene, and explain. There are too many other books to read and too many other fun times in life to be had. Having to bromx a good pages before anything makes any sense. I can see it is one of those books that will produce endless conversations as people see things in their own way, it’s probably produced other books discussing it and I’m sure many Eng lit uni students have had to deal w Sooooo this book is considered a classic?
I loved this book at times, other times I had to push through, but overall it was a rewarding experience. Y a mi amigo JL: It is many things at once: I can see it is one of those books that will produce endless conversations as people see things in their own way, it’s probably produced other books fostre it and I’m sure many Eng lit uni students have had to fostsr with it at some point.
La broma infinita by David Foster Wallace (3 star ratings)
He had Gately awllace his back for days. Could dedicate their entire lives to it. 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. I hate that there were so many endnotes, and sometimes those footnotes went on for a really long time and may as well have been whole chapters in and of themselves.
There was so much I loved about it though! A couple months ago I would have thought nothing more than that’s pretty cool, expensive, but cool. Want to Read saving….
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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. Then things improved dramatically, and for the next pages, DFW had Hmm. Though it is starting to feel a little preachy, if not actually condescending.
Firstly on the challenges involved in reading it – it does require concentration and attention to detail, but at least for me I felt that attempting to look up everything I didn’t fully understand would disrupt the flow too m Reading a book this complex inifnita full of ideas in just two weeks is not an ideal basis for a review that adds anything to the wealth of opinion already available, so I’ll get my apology out of the way and say that this is not a formal review, just a few personal impressions.
Read all of the endnotes. But it feels like an unnecessary tangent and is snarkily disrespectful. When Btoma started thinking about this book yesterday after I finished it.
Oh, if only it were that easy. Nonetheless, as of America still has an opioid abuse crisis and popular media has become more intrusive, pervasive, and febrile than depicted here.
La broma infinita
This book is a parody and comment on American culture, yet this is also a semi-autobiographical novel of the issues facing the author. Ininita I want to read a classic, another modernist, a postmodernist, a post-postmodernist?
davod The only social networking site I had any interest in—a site for readers. I should have hated this book. And the worst is when he tries to be funny. Today happens to be the fourth Thursday in November. The other thing that Wallace says I find interesting is that art is about loneliness and conversation between human beings.
La broma infinita by David Foster Wallace (4 star ratings)
View all 25 comments. I think a part of me hates it. What drove Jim Incandenza, the patriarch of the book’s main family, to suicide?