The Good Times
by James Kelman
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About the Book"The Good Times" was James Kelman's first work after winning the Booker Prize for his novel. How late it was, how late. The twenty first-person narratives portray ordinary people - men and boys facing uncomfortable truths, encountering betrayal or struggling to understand women and work. Tender and lyrical, "The Good Times" is a dazzling collection from one of the world's masters of the short-story form.
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