Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

an excessive amount of something

10

buried under a surfeit of "post-" prefixes

—p.10 Editor's Preface (9) by David Hering
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buried under a surfeit of "post-" prefixes

—p.10 Editor's Preface (9) by David Hering
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(noun) defensive wall

16

the theoretical bulwark for a literature that was simultaneously challenging and therapeutic

quoting Jon Baskin in The Point

—p.16 Introduction: Consider David Foster Wallace (12) missing author
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the theoretical bulwark for a literature that was simultaneously challenging and therapeutic

quoting Jon Baskin in The Point

—p.16 Introduction: Consider David Foster Wallace (12) missing author
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intervened with, through an intermediary

17

those techniques are actually more for reminding the reader that what he or she is reading is mediated

on footnotes

—p.17 Introduction: Consider David Foster Wallace (12) by Greg Carlisle
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those techniques are actually more for reminding the reader that what he or she is reading is mediated

on footnotes

—p.17 Introduction: Consider David Foster Wallace (12) by Greg Carlisle
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the quality of talking fluently, readily, or incessantly; talkativeness

something that is absolutely needed

28

language uses resemble each other in a wide variety of ways but with no central sine qua non feature

—p.28 The Book, the Broom, and the Ladder: Philosophical Groundings in the Work of David Foster Wallace (24) by Clare Hayes-Brady
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language uses resemble each other in a wide variety of ways but with no central sine qua non feature

—p.28 The Book, the Broom, and the Ladder: Philosophical Groundings in the Work of David Foster Wallace (24) by Clare Hayes-Brady
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destabilising a narrative by means of elements embedded within the narrative itself

30

what I call Walace's "skeletal narrative," which involves the undermining and eventual collapse of a surface narrative to reveal the "true" or "real" story, by means of jarring elements planted within the narrative voice itself

—p.30 The Book, the Broom, and the Ladder: Philosophical Groundings in the Work of David Foster Wallace (24) by Clare Hayes-Brady
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what I call Walace's "skeletal narrative," which involves the undermining and eventual collapse of a surface narrative to reveal the "true" or "real" story, by means of jarring elements planted within the narrative voice itself

—p.30 The Book, the Broom, and the Ladder: Philosophical Groundings in the Work of David Foster Wallace (24) by Clare Hayes-Brady
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(noun) a state of equilibrium / (noun) counterbalance / (verb) to serve as an equipoise to / (verb) to put or hold in equipoise

(noun) a poem in which shepherds converse

41

obsolescent conventions of the eclogue tradition

Laurence Buell, defining the term "pastoral"

—p.41 A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes (37) missing author
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obsolescent conventions of the eclogue tradition

Laurence Buell, defining the term "pastoral"

—p.41 A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes (37) missing author
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the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind

46

The eschatological theme of the game bleeds into the reality, just as the boundaries of the map are blurred

on Eschaton

—p.46 A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes (37) by Graham Foster
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The eschatological theme of the game bleeds into the reality, just as the boundaries of the map are blurred

on Eschaton

—p.46 A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes (37) by Graham Foster
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Argentine writer most famous for his map/territory story

62

Exhaustive critical commentary quickly tends towards annotation, which in turn tends ultimately towards a kind of Borgesian replicatin of the text in itself.

—p.62 Consider Berkeley & Co.: Reading "Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way" (62) by Philip Coleman
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Exhaustive critical commentary quickly tends towards annotation, which in turn tends ultimately towards a kind of Borgesian replicatin of the text in itself.

—p.62 Consider Berkeley & Co.: Reading "Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way" (62) by Philip Coleman
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