When I was in school I often regarded summer break as the perfect time to tackle the classics of literature. No easy, breazy beach reads for me. I had forgotten about that, then the other day I saw this and thought to myself, very cool. Someone else gets it too!
“Infinite Jest, is David Foster Wallace’s 1100 page sprawling novel,
which TIME Magazine included on its list of all-time 100 novels.
To help you work through the novel, a web site called Infinite Summer has invited readers to tackle the novel with other readers starting on June 21. Here’s the basic invitation:”
You’ve been meaning to do it for over a decade.
Now join endurance bibliophiles from around the web as we tackle and comment upon David Foster Wallace’s masterwork, June 21st to September 22nd. A thousand pages
1 ÷ 93 days = 75 pages a week. No sweat.
Return to Infinite Summer on June 1st for full details. In the meanwhile, buy or borrow a copy of the novel, follow us on Twitter (#infsum), join the Facebook group, and clear your literary schedule for the foreseeable future.