3 03 2010

Here you can hear David Foster Wallace reading his piece, “Some Remarks on Kafka’s Funniness From Which Probably Not Enough Has Been Removed,” which was published as part of his 2005 essay collection, Consider the Lobster. I had already read it, but somehow hearing him read it leaves me even more impressed. Very insightful. You can hear more here, at the David Foster Wallace Audio Project.




4 responses

4 03 2010

Thanks you so much for posting that audio. In responce, I’m rereading The Hunger Artist immediately. I may post something abut it later, too.

4 03 2010

cool, man, glad you enjoyed it.

9 03 2010

Yes! So great….

Thank you for posting this.

The ‘Unconscious’ is just a fancy word for the soul.

10 03 2010

glad you liked it, landon. see you tomorrow!

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