David Foster Wallace Interview (2003)

Thoughtful, intuitive, self-aware, and at the same time insecure, this uncut David Foster Wallace interview from 2003 features the author addressing a variety of topics, including the changing literary landscape and the need by Americans to be constantly entertained, while at the same time losing the ability to think and comprehend on a deeper level. He relates this not only to literature but to politics and society in general. The interview was conducted by the German television station, ZDF. Related Article: The End of the Tour: History vs. Hollywood

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