A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments Topics for Discussion

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Do you agree with Wallace in the sixth essay that as a society we do not like to think about the sacrifices made by professional athletes to rise to the top of their games?

Why does Wallace believe that television has a corrosive effect on our culture? What does Wallace propose to do about it?

What does Wallace see as being the key elements in a successful David Lynch film?

Why does Wallace find his luxury cruise in the seventh essay to be such a source of despair?

Why does Wallace see irony as such a detrimental influence on American culture?

For Wallace, what is required for a person to become truly great in his or her field?

What does Wallace think of H. L. Hix's attempt to salvage the notion of the author from its poststructuralist critics?

What does Wallace believe is the...

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