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French Usage in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest

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Kreyder, L. (2017). French Usage in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. In Pire, B. David Foster Wallace: Presences of the Other. Sussex Academic Press, pp. 114-127

(noun) any of several prophetesses usually accepted as 10 in number and credited to widely separate parts of the ancient world (as Babylonia, Egypt, Greece, and Italy) / (noun) prophetess / (noun) fortune-teller

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the sibylline comment in French

—p.119 by Laura Kreyder
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the sibylline comment in French

—p.119 by Laura Kreyder
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4 years, 8 months ago