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Consider Berkeley & Co.: Reading "Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way"

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George Berkeley's poetry and how it relates to Westward

Coleman, P. (2015). Consider Berkeley & Co.: Reading "Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way". In Hering, D. Consider David Foster Wallace. Sideshow Media Group, pp. 62-74

Argentine writer most famous for his map/territory story

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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 by Philip Coleman
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3 years, 5 months ago

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 by Philip Coleman
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3 years, 5 months ago

(noun) the use of more words than those necessary to denote mere sense (as in the man he said); redundancy

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Wallace refers to the Irish philosopher George Berkeley, whom he describes as "[...] a world-class pleonast [...]"

the OED definition follows

—p.64 by Philip Coleman
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3 years, 5 months ago

Wallace refers to the Irish philosopher George Berkeley, whom he describes as "[...] a world-class pleonast [...]"

the OED definition follows

—p.64 by Philip Coleman
notable
3 years, 5 months ago