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    David Foster Wallace. Infinite Jest. Boston, [1996]. First edition. Signed by Wallace.

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    David Foster Wallace. Infinite Jest. Boston: Little Brown, [1996]. First edition. The author has crossed out his printed name on the title page and signed "David Foster Wallace" just above, his usual style of signing. Octavo. 1,079 pages. Publisher's dark blue cloth over lighter blue paper boards with silver spine titles. Original first state dust jacket with the "Vollman" misspelling on the rear panel. Minor shelf wear and rubbing to edges. Light staining to boards. Foxing to text edges. One rear blank with extensive pencil notations to the entire page. Very good.



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    October, 2013
    17th Thursday
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