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"Yet Another Example of the Porousness of Certain Borders": Chaos and Realism in Infinite Jest

Kiki Benzon

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pretty much what you'd expect from the title. i don't really know what the overall goal was but i think there were some interesting points

? (2015). "Yet Another Example of the Porousness of Certain Borders": Chaos and Realism in Infinite Jest. In Hering, D. Consider David Foster Wallace. Sideshow Media Group, pp. 101-112

a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned arguments

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fuses the game's dialectic of order and flux

on Hal's disposition in tennis in IJ

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fuses the game's dialectic of order and flux

on Hal's disposition in tennis in IJ

—p.104 missing author
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3 years, 5 months ago

a term coined by Espen J. Aarseth in his book Cybertext—Perspectives on Ergodic Literature, and is derived from the Greek words ergon, meaning "work", and hodos, meaning "path"; where nontrivial effort is required to allow the reader to traverse the text

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as Espen Aarseth says of ergodic literature

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as Espen Aarseth says of ergodic literature

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imitation, especially imitative representation of the real world in art and literature

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postmodern writing "turns out to be mimetic after all [...]"

quoting Brian McHale in Postmodernist Fiction

—p.112 missing author
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3 years, 5 months ago

postmodern writing "turns out to be mimetic after all [...]"

quoting Brian McHale in Postmodernist Fiction

—p.112 missing author
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3 years, 5 months ago