The Evenings: A Winter’s Tale


Author: Gerard Reve

“I work in an office. I take cards out of a file. Once I have taken them out, I put them back in again. That is it.”,,Twenty-three-year-old Frits – office worker, daydreamer, teller of inappropriate jokes — finds life absurd and inexplicable. He lives with his parents, who drive him mad. He has terrible, disturbing dreams of death and destruction. Sometimes he talks to a to….Read More

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