"Little Expressionless Animals" is a 1988 short story by David Foster Wallace. It was first published in The Paris Review, and reprinted in his short story collection Girl with Curious Hair. The Village Voice described it as "riveting". The main narrative of the story is told in a cut-up style, with events taking place in a nonlinear fashion to increase dramatic tension.

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  • "Little Expressionless Animals" is a 1988 short story by David Foster Wallace. It was first published in The Paris Review, and reprinted in his short story collection Girl with Curious Hair. The Village Voice described it as "riveting". The main narrative of the story is told in a cut-up style, with events taking place in a nonlinear fashion to increase dramatic tension. (en)
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  • "Little Expressionless Animals" is a 1988 short story by David Foster Wallace. It was first published in The Paris Review, and reprinted in his short story collection Girl with Curious Hair. The Village Voice described it as "riveting". The main narrative of the story is told in a cut-up style, with events taking place in a nonlinear fashion to increase dramatic tension. (en)
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