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Despite moving away from a predominant focus upon his most renowned novel Infinite Jest (1996) in recent years, David Foster Wallace studies has yet to broach more far-reaching questions regarding the textual status of Wallace's work. This essay introduces the methodology of genetic criticism to Wallace studies, studying the composition of the short story 'The Depressed Person' in order to provide a template for much further genetic enquiry into Wallace's canon. Genetic criticism involves thedoi:10.14434/tc.v9i2.19525 fatcat:dv55u43scfayfi76mnbuoruuzq