The Postmodern Condition in “The Devil is a Busy Man”

In his short story “The Devil is a Busy Man,” David Foster Wallace asserts that Americans are obsessed with maintaining a facade of sincerity; ironically, this desire to appear sincere is the tragic root of the country’s widespread insincerity. The narrator frets over the perception of the “nice thing [they did] for someone” and laments, … Read moreThe Postmodern Condition in “The Devil is a Busy Man”