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Page 1 of corrected proof of David Foster Wallace's 1996 essay on the U.S. Open for Tennis Magazine. Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center
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Opening page of corrected proof of Wallace's 1996 essay "Shipping Out: On the (Nearly Lethal) Comforts of a Luxury Cruise" for Harper's magazine. Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center
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"Attempted Fax Cover Sheet" from David Foster Wallace to Joel Lovell of Harper's for Wallace's 1998 essay "Laughing with Kafka." Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center
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Letter and notes from editor Michael Pietsch to David Foster Wallace regarding draft of Infinite Jest, dated Dec. 22, 1994. Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center
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Letter and notes from editor Michael Pietsch to David Foster Wallace regarding draft of Infinite Jest, dated Dec. 22, 1994. Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center
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Letter from Jim Harrison to David Foster Wallace, dated late July 2006. The letter was tucked inside a copy of Jim Harrison's book Saving Daylight. Image courtesy of The Harry Ransom Center