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I prefer to think that he writes down what work turns people into: empty bodies.



He (or at least his characters) certainly seems to have that belief, but as a reader it always seemed like the alcoholism was a much bigger factor than the daily grind of work.


The emptiness of the daily grind probably drove the alcoholism. But the alcoholism left him more empty.




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