Entrevistas breves con hombres repulsivos (Brief Interviews with Hideous Men) by David Foster Wallace - PDF free download eBook

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Hay relatos de tamaño convencional y otros que ocupan un solo párrafo; uno está escrito como un esquema y otro como una entrada de diccionarios; hay transcripciones de entrevistas cuyas preguntas jamás leemos, pero imaginamos; hay notas a pie de...

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Hay relatos de tamaño convencional y otros que ocupan un solo párrafo; uno está escrito como un esquema y otro como una entrada de diccionarios; hay transcripciones de entrevistas cuyas preguntas jamás leemos, pero imaginamos; hay notas a pie de página que puntúan lo que dice el texto. En definitiva, una colección de relatos anárquica y exuberante.

and graduated in 1985 with a double major in English and Philosophy. His philosophy thesis (on modal logic) won the Gail Kennedy Memorial Prize. His English thesis would become his first novel, The Broom of the System. Published in 1987 during his second year of grad school at the University of Arizona, the book sold well, garnering national attention and critical praise in equal measure. Two years later, a book of short stories, Girl with Curious Hair, was published to admiring reviews. In the early 1990s, Wallaces short fiction began to appear regularly in publications like Playboy, The Paris Review, and The New Yorker, along with excerpts from his second novel, a complex, enormously ambitious work published in 1996 as Infinite Jest. Surpassing 1,000 pages in length, the novel was hailed as a masterpiece (An entertainment so irresistibly pleasurable it renders the viewer catatonic, raved Newsweek. Resourceful, hilarious, intelligent, and unique, pronounced Atlantic Monthly), and Wallace was crowned on the spot the new heavyweight champion of literary fiction. Hyperbole aside, Infinite Jest, with its linguistic acrobatics (challenging complex clauses, coined words, etc.) and sly, self-referential footnotes, proved to be the template for a new literary style. Subversive, hip, and teeming with postmodernist irony, the book attracted a rabid cult following and exerted an influence on up-and-coming young writers that is still felt today. The scope of Wallaces achievement can be measured by the fact that one year after the publication of Infinite Jest, he was awarded the MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant. Nearly as famous for his nonfiction as for his novels and stories, Wallace produced mind-boggling essays on assignment for magazines like Harpers. In contrast to his sad, dark, disturbing fiction, these essays — subsequently collected into such bestselling anthologies as A Supposedly Fun Thing Ill Never Do Again (1997), Everything and More (2003), and Consider the Lobster (2007) — were ridiculously exuberant, fairly bursting with humor, energy, and good cheer. Yet Wallace himself suffered from clinical depression most of his adult life. He was treated successfully with anti-depressants, until side effects from the drugs began to interfere with his productivity. At his doctors suggestion, he stopped taking the medication.The depression returned, and he did not respond to any further treatment. In September of 2008, at the age of 46, he committed suicide. Wallaces influence on contemporary literature cannot be overstated. Descended from post-war superstars like Thomas Pynchon and Don De Lillo, his style is clearly visible in the work of postmodernists like Jonathan Safran Foer and Dave Eggers. His untimely death was mourned by critics, writers, and millions of adoring fans. As author David Lipsky stated in a tribute that aired on NPR in September, 2008: To read David Foster Wallace was to feel your eyelids pulled open.

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David Foster Wallace

Best known as the author of the audacious, shelf-bending postmodern masterpiece Infinite Jest, novelist, essayist, and short story writer David Foster Wallace (1962-2008) was one of the most influential writers of the late 20th century.

Biography

Born in Ithaca, NY, and raised in Champaign, IL, David Foster Wallace grew up athletically gifted and exceptionally bright, with an avid interest in tennis, literature, philosophy, and math. He attended Amherst and graduated in 1985 with a double major in English and Philosophy. His philosophy thesis (on modal logic) won the Gail Kennedy Memorial Prize. His English thesis would become his first novel, The Broom of the System. Published in 1987 during his second year of grad school at the University of Arizona, the book sold well, garnering national attention and critical praise in equal measure. Two years later, a book of short stories, Girl with Curious Hair, was published to admiring reviews. In the early 1990s, Wallaces short fiction began to appear regularly in publications like Playboy, The Paris Review, and The New Yorker, along with excerpts from his second novel, a complex, enormously ambitious work published in 1996 as Infinite Jest. Surpassing 1,000 pages in length, the novel was hailed as a masterpiece (An entertainment so irresistibly pleasurable it renders the viewer catatonic, raved Newsweek. Resourceful, hilarious, intelligent, and unique, pronounced Atlantic Monthly), and Wallace was crowned on the spot the new heavyweight champion of literary fiction. Hyperbole aside, Infinite Jest, with its linguistic acrobatics (challenging complex clauses, coined words, etc.) and sly, self-referential footnotes, proved to be the template for a new literary style. Subversive, hip, and teeming with postmodernist irony, the book attracted a rabid cult following and exerted an influence on up-and-coming young writers that is still felt today. The scope of Wallaces achievement can be measured by the fact that one year after the publication of Infinite Jest, he was awarded the MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant. Nearly as famous for his nonfiction as for his novels and stories, Wallace produced mind-boggling essays on assignment for magazines like Harpers. In contrast to his sad, dark, disturbing fiction, these essays — subsequently collected into such bestselling anthologies as A Supposedly Fun Thing Ill Never Do Again (1997), Everything and More (2003), and Consider the Lobster (2007) — were ridiculously exuberant, fairly bursting with humor, energy, and good cheer. Yet Wallace himself suffered from clinical depression most of his adult life. He was treated successfully with anti-depressants, until side effects from the drugs began to interfere with his productivity. At his doctors suggestion, he stopped taking the medication.The depression returned, and he did not respond to any further treatment. In September of 2008, at the age of 46, he committed suicide. Wallaces influence on contemporary literature cannot be overstated. Descended from post-war superstars like Thomas Pynchon and Don De Lillo, his style is clearly visible in the work of postmodernists like Jonathan Safran Foer and Dave Eggers. His untimely death was mourned by critics, writers, and millions of adoring fans. As author David Lipsky stated in a tribute that aired on NPR in September, 2008: To read David Foster Wallace was to feel your eyelids pulled open.

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