1982 janine by the scottish author and artist alasdair gray is a work of great eccentricitie an experimental novel with a strong narrative and representational prose style which is autobiographical and individualistic to the core. 1982 janine is set in the consciousness of a middle aged inspector of security systems holed up in a small scottish hotel with a bottle of whisky trying to have sexual fantasies so far so unpromising. 1982 janine by alasdair gray this is one of the most underrated most stupidly unread novels in the world scottish artist alasdair gray is an old man now and it took him a couple of decades to write his first novel the massive lanark a book about the afterlife about art about redemption and about everything else
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