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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Interview with David Foster Wallace

Steve Paulson / 2004

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Q&A on Oblivion. they talk about Smithy and the boredom of adult life; the cultural landscape he feels compelled to write about; Suffering Channel and if that aligns with his prediction for the future; a quote from Zadie Smith on fiction telling us how the world works. the boredom part was the most interesting

? (2012). To the Best of Our Knowledge: Interview with David Foster Wallace. In ? Conversations with David Foster Wallace. University Press of Mississippi, pp. 127-135

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[...] Probably all jobs are the same and they're filled with horrible boredom and despair and quiet little bits of fulfillment that are very hard to tell anyone about. That's just a guess.

—p.129 by David Foster Wallace 5 years, 1 month ago

[...] Probably all jobs are the same and they're filled with horrible boredom and despair and quiet little bits of fulfillment that are very hard to tell anyone about. That's just a guess.

—p.129 by David Foster Wallace 5 years, 1 month ago