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These are the ones I haven´t read but "Closely Observed Trains" and "Too Loud A Solitude" are highly recommended. I am not sure I have understood all the humor and go-back-and-forth in his style but I truely love his slight irony with which he handles the most macabre situations, a master he was and a real storyteller. Must have been an experience when Hrabal was telling stories in one of his favourite pubs lolJayaprakash wrote:I need to read more Hrabal. I really like the ones I've read (I Served The King Of England, Dancing Lessons For The Advanced In Age and the short story collection The Death Of Mr Baltisberger).