I just got The Broom of the System by David Foster Wallace 'cause I picked up House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski and that look'd just too fucking long and disorganized for me to wrap my head around right now.
Too many post modern semiotics.
Infinite Jest was a fuckin' science fiction novel, anyway. I want to write a paper comparing Dhalgren by S.B. Delany and Infinite Jest by Wallace; both exceedingly long, literary, character driven, complex, circular science fiction tales in the same tradition, written thirty years apart.