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“Tinkers” by Paul Harding

“Tinkers (2009) is the first novel by American author Paul Harding. The novel tells the tale of George Washington Crosby, a clock repairman, who recounts his life story and his father's struggles with epilepsy to his family on his deathbed.

Taken from wikipedia.

See also:

http://www.tinkerspulitzer.com/

http://www.revistaarcadia.com/libros/articulo/debut-literario-gana-premio-pulitzer-ficcion-2010/22013

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/04/12/the-one-that-got-away/

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Tinker / Paul Harding. — London: Windmill Books, 2011. — 191 p.; 20cm

2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

ISBN 978-0-099-53804-2

PS3608.A72535 T56 2011

R. 98069