Praise for Every Love Story is a Ghost Story
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The cover, inside cover, and various annotated pages from David Foster Wallace's teaching copy of Stephen King's .
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The "real Timothy McSweeney" has died.
Handwritten draft pages of David Foster Wallace's essay "Tense Present: Democracy, English, and the Wars over Usage."
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A Narrative Bibliography - William J.
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Chaucer's - Andrzej Wicher [.pdf]
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A few years ago, a friend asked me if I had ever read David Foster Wallace’s essay on Fyodor Dostoevsky. It was the last essay, he said, of Wallace’s 2005 collection, . Despite being at the exact peak of my Wallace fanboy phase, and having listened through the audiobook of more than once, I was certain I’d never heard anything about my favourite Russian novelist. Google revealed the truth: the audiobook was an abridged version. I had been robbed! Happily, a brisk walk into town revealed that ’ shelves were home to a single copy of the real thing. That evening – in front of a small log-burner of precisely the kind I could imagine nineteenth-century Russian philosophers huddling around – I inhaled the elusive essay.