Hayes On Wallace

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Chris Hayes, DC Editor of The Nation, on David Foster Wallace's suicide:I’ve read everything Wallace has ever published (including all 1100 pages of Infinite Jest, twice) and he is one of my intellectual heroes. He was a rare talent: brilliant and empathetic, two things that are rare to find in one soul. The world is so, so much poorer without him.

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