A supposedly fun thing ill never do again essays and arguments is a 1997 collection of nonfiction writing by david foster wallace in the title essay originally published in harpers as shipping out wallace describes the excesses of his one week trip in the caribbean aboard the cruise ship mv . Do i have dickered over trinkets with malnour ished children i have learned what it is to be come afraid of ones own cabin toilet i have now heard and am powerless to describe reggae elevator music i now know the maximum cruising speed of a cruise ship in knots though i never did get clear on just what a knot is i have heard peo. A supposedly fun thing ill never do again essays and arguments david foster wallace on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this exuberantly praised book a collection of seven pieces on subjects ranging from television to tennis. A supposedly fun thing ill never do again is a brilliant collection of essays and arguments this collection was published in 1997 exactly one year after infinite jest and is comprised of articles previously published from 1990 to 1996 in several different publications his topics are tennis television a state fair literary theory david . Wallace taught creative writing at emerson college illinois state university and pomona college and published the story collections girl with curious hair brief interviews with hideous men oblivion the essay collections a supposedly fun thing ill never do again and consider the lobster he was awarded the macarthur fellowship a lannan
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