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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
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Short. Stylish. Cryptic. Contrived. American readers--such as me--may have a hard time understanding the protagonist's initial sense of being insulted given that our general lack of manners renders us blind to more highly refined British sensibilities. Given that the book is a mystery, I cannot offer more detailed reasons for disliking it.
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