The Pale King by David Foster Wallace
The Pale King David Foster Wallace ebook
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
It's sloppy at times, inconsistent in others, baggy here, too-lean there [but] the book is unmistakably a David Foster Wallace affair. David Foster Wallace's last novel, The Pale King, revolves around the administration of the federal income tax. David Foster Wallace's final novel, The Pale King, is now available for pre-order on Amazon. That's our new galley copy David Foster Wallace's final, unfinished novel (click to enlarge the image). An excerpt from David Foster Wallace's The Pale King about our relationship with civil responsibility. By now you've likely come across one of the myriad pieces recently penned on David Foster Wallace and his posthumously published unfinished novel The Pale King. 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. Agents battling extreme boredom at a processing center in Peoria, Ill. The Pale King available for pre-order OCT 07 2010. 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. The posthumous unfinished novel of David Foster Wallace, published on April 15, follows a group of I.R.S. The 547-page book won't be published until April 15, but we'll line up a couple Pale King features to get you prepared. Alan Bisbort considers David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel 'The Pale King'. There is greatness, even brilliance, to be found in Wallace's unfinished opus, The Pale King. Little, Brown timed the release of David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel, The Pale King, to coincide with tax day in the United States because the book revolves around activities at the IRS. But there is also malicious banality obscuring its secrets, which is both the novel's subject and perhaps its undoing. A description of tropes appearing in The Pale King. This edition of Shamblanderson's Sentence of the Week comes front-loaded with a giant chunk of David Foster Wallace. The Pale King remained unfinished at the time of David Foster Wallace's death, but it is a deeply compelling and satisfying novel, hilarious and fearless and as original as anything Wallace ever undertook.