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“Junior has always displayed a cruel delight in verbally branding his factota.”
“The sweeping marble stairway of the ornate cultural landmark is lined with dozens of handsome young factota dressed in black, and a director rushes around barking out urgent instructions into his walkie-talkie.”
“The old lady was factotum, or factota, as it might be most classical to call her, though we are entirely without authorities on the subject, and was just as self-complacent and ambitious of seawomanship below decks, as she had been above board.”
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Words taken from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.
By David Foster Wallace
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