Well it's been a long time coming, but the theses page has been renamed, updated and reorganised to be much more useful. I've also changed the focus as there's much more to read than works about Infinite Jest. The page now includes links to printed collections of Wallace related critical papers and/or essays, as well as web-based articles that either I, or wider members of the Wallace reader community, think are worth reading. There may well be things you haven't seen in there as they slipped away into the depths of The Howling Fantods...
Check out the 'new' Wallace Criticism Page: Theses, Papers, Essays, Thoughts, Books and Collections.
In addition, I have at least 7 theses/papers ready to add (there are a couple of submissions in the pipeline right now). Some of these were submitted long ago and I've just not devoted the time to getting them up (or in some cases I just completely forgot).
Regardless, they are ready to post now. Rather than post in bulk, I'll post a new one every few days over the next couple of weeks so you've got time to read each one if they catch your interest.
First up, a 2001 Honors Thesis from Alex Chambers:
- Alexander Chambers, 2001, The Crowd and the Individual: David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest and Don DeLillo's Mao II on the Place of the Novel in the Age of Television. University of Michigan.
More in a day or so, don't forget to have a look at The Wallace Criticism Page: Theses, Papers, Essays, Thoughts, Books and Collections.
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