A book that begins at the end of the promise of being human and the curse of being thrown into the world as a flag: short interviews with disgusting men. “You choose what to believe in,” says a giant writer with interconnected narratives and awareness, a text with a bandage. David Foster Wallace is one of the most authentic voices of a lost generation, which brings a brand new breath to American literature with his first novel published at the age of 25, with infinite gesture, the best 100 Book of all time.
David Foster Wallace, who succumbed to her life with her lifelong depression and committed suicide in 2008, reveals the age-specific human experience by reaching out to grotesque moments from casual details in short interviews with disgusting men. Short interviews with disgusting men, those who want to see what we say and the rest of our listening, are taking a short but traumatic journey into the dark corridors of human consciousness.