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La brillante originalità dello stile e soprattutto la capacità di raccontare in maniera commovente e acuta le contraddizioni del nostro tempo hanno fatto di David Foster Wallace uno scrittore ammirato dai critici e amatissimo dai lettori. Benché la sua morte abbia tragicamente posto fine alla sua produzione letteraria, questa raccolta di interviste e conversazioni che ne ripercorre l'intera carriera ci permette di ascoltarne ancora una volta la voce. Dialogando con critici letterari, giovani editor o altri scrittori, Wallace racconta e analizza spassionatamente le proprie opere, espone le sue idee sulla scrittura e la letteratura, si lascia andare a commenti sulla società e la cultura americana e occidentale in genere; ne esce il ritratto di un intellettuale curioso e appassionato, lucidamente polemico ma anche animato da un autentico amore per il suo lavoro e da una straordinaria generosità verso il lettore.



David Foster Wallace (February 21, 1962 – September 12, 2008) was an American author of novels, short stories and essays, as well as a university professor of English and creative writing. Wallace is widely known for his 1996 novel Infinite Jest, which Time magazine cited as one of the 100 Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005.[1] His posthumous novel, The Pale King (2011), was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2012.


The Los Angeles Times's David Ulin called Wallace "one of the most influential and innovative writers of the last twenty years".[2] Among the writers who Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni have cited Wallace as an influence are Dave Eggers,[3] Zadie Smith,[4] Jonathan Franzen,[5] Elizabeth Wurtzel,[6] George Saunders,[7] Rivka Galchen, John Green,[8] Matthew Gallaway, David Gordon, Darin Strauss, Charles Yu, Porochista Khakpour,[9][10] and Deb Olin Unferth.[11]


Wallace grew up in Illinois and attended Amherst College. He taught English at Emerson College, Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni Illinois State University, and Pomona College. In 2008, he died
by suicide at age 46 after struggling with depression for many years.[12]


David Foster Wallace was born in Ithaca, New York, to Sally Jean Wallace (née Foster) and James Donald Wallace,[13] and was raised in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois along with his younger Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni sister, Amy Wallace-Havens.[14] From fourth grade, Wallace lived with his family in Urbana, where he attended Yankee Ridge Elementary School and Urbana High School.[citation needed] His father was a philosophy professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.[15] His mother was an English professor at Parkland College, a community college Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni in Champaign, which recognized her work with a "Professor of the Year" award in 1996.[citation needed]


As an adolescent, Wallace was a regionally ranked junior tennis player, an experience he wrote about in the essay "Derivative Sport in Tornado Alley", originally published in Harper's Magazine as "Tennis, Trigonometry, Tornadoes". Although Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni his parents were atheists, Wallace twice attempted to join the Roman Catholic Church, but "flunk[ed] the period of inquiry"; he
later attended a Mennonite church.[16][17][18]


Wallace attended Amherst College, his father's alma mater, where he majored in English and philosophy and graduated summa cum laude in 1985. Among other extracurricular Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni activities, he participated in glee club; his sister recalls that he "had a lovely singing voice".[14] In studying philosophy, Wallace pursued modal logic and mathematics, and presented a senior thesis in philosophy and modal logic that was awarded the Gail Kennedy Memorial Prize and posthumously published as Fate, Time, and Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni Language: An Essay on Free Will (2011).[19][20]


By the time he graduated, with his honors thesis in English becoming the manuscript of his first novel, The Broom of the System (1987),[21] Wallace had committed to being a writer. He told David Lipsky: "Writing [The Broom of the System], I felt Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni like I was using ninety-seven percent of me, whereas philosophy was using fifty percent." Wallace completed a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing at the University of Arizona
in 1987. He then moved to Massachusetts to attend graduate school to study philosophy at Harvard University, but soon left Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni the program.


In the early 1990s, Wallace was in a relationship with writer Mary Karr. She later described Wallace as obsessive about her and said the relationship was volatile, with Wallace once throwing a coffee table at her and once forcing her out of a car, leaving her to walk Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni home.[22][23] She said that Wallace's biographer D. T. Max underreported Wallace's abuse. Of Max's account of their relationship, she tweeted, "That's about 2% of what happened." She said that he kicked her, climbed up the side of her house at night and followed her 5-year-old son home from school.[24] Several scholars Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni and writers noted that Max's biography did, in fact, cover the abuse and did not ignore the allegations Karr later reiterated on Twitter.[25][26]


In 2002, Wallace met the painter Karen L. Green, whom he married on December 27, 2004.[23][27][28]



Wallace struggled with depression, alcoholism, drug addiction, and suicidal tendencies, Un antidoto contro la solitudine. Interviste e conversazioni with recurrent psychiatric hospitalizations. In 1989, he spent four weeks at McLean Hospital—a psychiatric institute in Belmont, Massachusetts, affiliated with the Harvard Medical School—where he successfully completed a drug and alcohol detox program. He later said his time there changed his lif


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