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A Tiler's Afternoon by Lars Gustafsson
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Nov 14, 09

bookshelves: scandinavian, great-short-reads
Read in November, 2009

A fine, short existential novel about an aging everyman, a sort of solitary born loser working to eke out a living as a tile-layer in Uppsala in the early 1980s. The book employs wry humor to offset the haunting Beckett-like seriousness at its heart.
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