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This brilliant and hilarious new collection of essays is offered by the award-winning author of the bestselling "Infinite Jest."This brilliant and hilarious new collection of essays is offered by the award-winning author of the bestselling "Infinite Jest."Hide synopsis
Description:Fine in Fine Archival Case. Tight, bright, and unmarred....Fine in Fine Archival Case. Tight, bright, and unmarred. Quarterbound, leather spine, gilt lettering, hand-made pastepaper boards and endpages housed in matching archival box. 4to. Illus. (color plates). Limited lettered edition of 26 copies, this being a Binder's Dummy. Printed by Scott Vile at Ascensius Press, bound and boxed by Grey Parrot. The only fine press edition of this (or, to date, any) David Foster Wallace. This copy was a test binding that, while close to the edition binding, includes an inlaid spine label that proved too difficult for the general edition. A lovely, unique copy.
Description:Fine. 4to. 1/4 leather over pastepaper boards. Limited to 26...Fine. 4to. 1/4 leather over pastepaper boards. Limited to 26 deluxe copies only, this copy "J". Produced with the finest materials, the book was set and printed by Scott Vile of Fairfield, ME. With seven photographs from the 2010 Maine Lobster Festival taken and digitally printed by Matthew Robbins. Signed on the colophon by Vile and Robbins, as called for. Handsomely bound by Gray Parrot of Hancock, Maine and housed in a custom-made green cloth drop-back box with leather spine label. An exception production in very fine condition. The first private press edition of any work by David Foster Wallace. "Consider the Lobster" examines Rockland's Maine Lobster Festival and was originally published in the August 2004 issue of Gourmet magazine. As typical of the Infinite Jest author, the essay is equal parts reportage, science, and philosophy-examining questions of animal cruelty through the lens of the festival. One of Wallace's finest essays, a form he redefined and one for which he may ultimately be most remembered.
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Yes, despite the catchy headline David Foster Wallace really does turn his microscope on the American Video News's annual answer to the Acadamy Awards. And, then turns the same instrument on himself and on plenty of others in this display of his unique observational skills. As an added extra you also ...
I first read the essay "Consider the Lobster" in Gourmet magazine, of all places! That Gourmet would publish David Foster Wallace signals the periodical's new lively and risky editorial stance, and its publication resulted in the magazines greatest number of letters to the editor as from any other ...
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