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How Late It Was, How Late by James Kelman
How Late It Was, How Late
by James Kelman
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It wasn't the Scots vernacular; I was fine with that. It was the rambling stream of consciousness with no real points of interest, and seemingly, no point (maybe there'd have been one if I made it to the end).
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