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  • The '''Spoiler-Free Annotations by Page''' allows the reader to look up and contribute allusions and references while reading the book,
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  • ...96|''New York Times'']]''' - Michiko Kakutani: "Somewhere in the mess, the reader suspects, are the outlines of a splendid novel, but as it stands the book f
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    ...C<SUB>14</SUB>H<SUB>10</SUB>O<SUB>4</SUB>.)] And...as I was informed by a reader named Olympia McGurk, "...this is not benzoyl peroxide; its chemical name i
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  • * Burn, Stephen. ''David Foster Wallace's'' Infinite Jest'': A Reader's Guide''. New York, London: Continuum, 2003 (= Continuum Contemporaries) I
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  • ...media-saturated society.<ref>[http://rci.rutgers.edu/%7Ewcd/jestcomp.htm A Reader's Companion to Infinite Jest<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> * Burn, Stephen. ''David Foster Wallace's'' Infinite Jest'': A Reader's Guide''. New York, London: Continuum, 2003 (= Continuum Contemporaries) I
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  • A case in point. One reader &#151; call him David G. &#151; made it through ''Infinite Jest'' and its 3
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  • Again and again, the reader is asked to consider the dialectic between freedom and authority (be it the As the reader plows through ''Infinite Jest'', it becomes clear that the subplots involvi
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  • ''Stephen Burn is the author of ''David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest: A reader's guide'', 2003. He teaches English at Northern Michigan University.''
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  • ...cruise control. Second, the title itself hints that the joke may be on the reader. By definition, infinite means no punch line.
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  • Latin abbreviation for ''quod vide'' ("which see"), used to direct a reader elsewhere in a book. Here we are directed to...
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  • ...n speaking here seems very confused about everything they're saying. (This reader disagrees. The relationship of aperture to shutter speed is constrained by
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  • ...uld be either in Europe on the Atlantic Ocean somewhere -- or nowhere. The reader is perhaps led to infer that Mildred is not very clever, or is at least sig
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  • ...reted in extraordinary quantities in the feces of victims. (The interested reader will enjoy learning about John Snow and the Broad Street pump.) Amoebic dys
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  • ...C<SUB>14</SUB>H<SUB>10</SUB>O<SUB>4</SUB>.)] And...as I was informed by a reader named Olympia McGurk, "...this is not benzoyl peroxide; its chemical name i
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