Ironic Genre In David Foster Wallace's Shipping Out

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In our society, most of the time people would love to have attention and services pampered constantly but this is not something that people will receive every day. In Shipping out by David Foster Wallace, the reactor is being addressed by the idea of being overly pampered. You may have guessed by reading the subtitle that it is “on the (nearly lethal) comforts of a luxury cruise,” in the Caribbean, but the level of dangerousness cannot be determined until the reader has seen through Wallace's eyes. In David Foster Wallace essay he uses high sarcastic tone to express his fills about the trip. Even Though he acts like a traveler but he did not want to see the things that he has seen, because of that he feels despair. In the essay A Tale of Tub

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