David Foster Wallace
This reoccurring figure throughout several essays grew up in the Midwest playing tennis but is now a writer.
This famous director was scrutinized after his failure to live up to people's expectations. Many of his films discuss darker elements of humanity.
This tennis player made tremendous sacrifices to become a professional tennis player.
H. L. Hix
This philosopher's work attempts to save the concept of the author from its post-structuralist detractors.
This person from Illinois argues that if she worried about every guy who might harass her, she could never have any fun.
This conservative author foresees a system of computers that will allow the users to view whatever they wish at any time.
This medical-ad copywriter is from New Jersey and the author of the image-fiction novel, My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist.
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