The Pale King by David Foster Wallace

The Pale King

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The Pale King David Foster Wallace ebook
Format: pdf
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Page: 560
ISBN: 9780316074230

An odd thing about The Pale King that I guess speaks well of it is the fact that, when I came to the end, I found the ending to be something of a letdown. It's sloppy at times, inconsistent in others, baggy here, too-lean there [but] the book is unmistakably a David Foster Wallace affair. Big chunk to talk about today, in a less summary fashion below: The wheels start turning and characters start reappearing in this chunk of The Pale King and we keep returning to the same themes. The March 9 issue follows through with two articles, one by Wallace and one on Wallace. The piece by Wallace is a chunk of the novel he left unfinished when he died. The first thing you ought to know about David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel The Pale King is that it's incomplete. That passage from The Pale King, filled with humor and wit and intelligence, is one more example why David Foster Wallace was one of the great writers of the last 20 or so years. In 2008, David Foster Wallace committed suicide, leaving behind a partially completed novel that has now been published under the title The Pale King. The details: three scenes of three pages each, and one scene that runs 14 pages. For the sake of convenience, let's call this a book review of David Foster Wallace's posthumous unfinished novel, The Pale King. On April 10th, The Pale King will come out in paperback with four previously unpublished scenes. Kevin Eagan's blog about writing, books, and everyday digital ephemera. Thanks to favorable reviews and widespread reader interest, David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel "The Pale King" is available in advance of its scheduled April 15 release date. Actually, what I intended for April was a review of David Foster Wallace's, The Pale King, which I finished reading near the end of the month. David Foster Wallace's posthumous, unfinished novel The Pale King will be published on April 15 and I am really excited about it. When David Foster Wallace took his own life in 2008, he left behind an unfinished novel, 'The Pale King,' that will either serve to round out his transcendent body of writing or place a haunting question mark at the end of his career.

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