Infinite Jest (1996)

"Infinite Jest" is a novel by David Foster Wallace, published in 1996. It is a sprawling and complex work that is set in the near future and tells the story of a group of characters who are connected in various ways to the prestigious Enfield Tennis Academy and the nearby Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House. The novel is known for its portrayal of the cultural and technological changes of the late 20th century and its exploration of themes of addiction, entertainment, and the nature of reality. It has received widespread critical acclaim for its portrayal of the inner lives of its characters and its portrayal of the complexities of modern life.
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