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Zelenak: The Great American Tax Novel

Lawrence Zelenak (Duke), The Great American Tax Novel, 110 Mich. L. Rev. 969 (2012) (reviewing David Foster Wallace, The Pale King (April 15, 2011)): I am not a literary scholar or critic, nor am I pretending to be one in this Review. Rather, I am an academic tax lawyer (and...
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'The Pale King,' novel set in IRS office

Business & Finance / Taxes : Don't Mess With Taxes (3 years ago)

Thanks to favorable reviews and widespread reader interest, David Foster Wallace's poshumous novel "The Pale King" is available in advance of its scheduled April 15 release date. Yep, the traditional Tax Day (it's April 18 this year... Read Post

Shanske:

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog (2 years ago)

Darien Shanske (UC-Hastings), The Philosophy of Tax: A Review of David Foster Wallace’s The Pale King: David Foster Wallace's last novel, The Pale King, revolves around the administration of the federal income tax. Wallace’s portray... Read Post

David Foster Wallace novel 'The Pale King' due in 2010

Entertainment : Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider (5 years ago)

David Foster Wallace, who committed suicide last September, was working on a third novel at the time of his death, and his longtime publisher Little, Brown will release it in the spring of 2010. The Pale King takes place in...... Read Post


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