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David Foster Wallace – Piecing Together a Posthumous Novel, The Pale King

Posted by the editors on Friday, 8 April 2011

David Foster Wallace’s notes for The Pale King

image: Emily Berl/The New York Times

Charles McGrath has written a wonderful and fascinating article entitled “Piecing Together a Posthumous Novel From David Foster Wallace” in the Books section of The New York Times looking at the new, posthumous novel “The Pale King” by David Foster Wallace, author of Infinite Jest (2006), and the colossal task of Michael Pietsch, executive vice president and publisher at Little Brown, who took two years to assemble Wallace’s partial manuscript, handwritten journals, notebooks, notes and annotations into what, with only a bit of reasonable hesitation, may be called Wallace’s masterpiece.
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