Brayhan Garc Garc itibaren Wungu, Gana
I was curious to read a Russian popular classic. The book was full of satyr and slap-stick comedy. My Russian co-worker was amazed that I could find it funny because she thought I'd have to understand the cultural references. I'm not sure I understood all of them and it was an amazing trip through early Communism in that country, and yet I felt as if I was watching a really good, slap-stick comedy in my head as I read. My friend says it was made into a movie in the 1950s... would be fun to watch, although she was amazed I found a copy of the book so it probably isn't easy to get a copy of the movie (this is the YouTube age so maybe I'll get lucky). I filed this under comedy because it was funny, but the ending was a tragedy, which I think you can see coming but the extent of the tragedy was something I was not prepared for.
she's nothing like me but i connect with the main character, not perfect but strong. also like the tenant quite the odd ball.