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DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

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“WALLACE’S ACHIEVEMENT WAS TO MAKE THINKING ABOUT THE FACTS OF POSTMODERN LIFE… ONE OF THE KEENEST PLEASURES OF BEING ALIVE”

WALLACE, David Foster. Infinite Jest. Boston, 1996.

First edition of Wallace’s epic postmodern satire—“jubilantly anecdotal, winkingly sardonic” (New York Times)—signed on the title page in the year of publication by David Foster Wallace, in scarce first-issue dust jacket. $3200.

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SIGNED BY DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

WALLACE, David Foster. Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again. Boston, 1997.

First trade edition of volume of collected prose by Wallace, whose tragic death at age 46 left "a body of work as fine as any produced in America in the last two decades," signed on the title page by him. $1000.

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“WALLACE’S ACHIEVEMENT WAS TO MAKE THINKING ABOUT THE FACTS OF POSTMODERN LIFE… ONE OF THE KEENEST PLEASURES OF BEING ALIVE”

WALLACE, David Foster. Infinite Jest. Boston, 1996.

First edition of Wallace’s epic postmodern satire—“jubilantly anecdotal, winkingly sardonic” (New York Times)—in scarce first-issue dust jacket. $950.

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INSCRIBED BY DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

WALLACE, David Foster. Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. Boston, 1999.

First edition of this critically praised collection of stories by Wallace, inscribed by him on the title page with his characteristic line drawn through his printed name, "For M— & C— with best wishes, David Foster Wallace." $900.

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