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A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes

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the GOD in Broom and Great Concavity in IJ

Foster, G. (2015). A Blasted Region: David Foster Wallace's Man-made Landscapes. In Hering, D. Consider David Foster Wallace. Sideshow Media Group, pp. 37-48

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[...] as N. Katherine Hayles writes, "wilderness loses its power to authenticate our lives as soon as we try to take advantage of its redemptive potential" (375). The power of the G.O.D. is negated by its commercial foundation.

—p.40 by Graham Foster 3 years, 5 months ago

[...] as N. Katherine Hayles writes, "wilderness loses its power to authenticate our lives as soon as we try to take advantage of its redemptive potential" (375). The power of the G.O.D. is negated by its commercial foundation.

—p.40 by Graham Foster 3 years, 5 months ago

(noun) a poem in which shepherds converse

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obsolescent conventions of the eclogue tradition

Laurence Buell, defining the term "pastoral"

—p.41 missing author
unknown
3 years, 5 months ago

obsolescent conventions of the eclogue tradition

Laurence Buell, defining the term "pastoral"

—p.41 missing author
unknown
3 years, 5 months ago

the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind

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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 by Graham Foster
notable
3 years, 5 months ago

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

on Eschaton

—p.46 by Graham Foster
notable
3 years, 5 months ago