Mari (Helsinki, Finland)’s review of Dar vi en gang gatt
Dar vi en gang gatt
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Editor: Deborah Bragan-Turner. This wonderful book spans the early twentieth century as far as and is set in a volatile period of Finland's history. The author effortlessly paints a portrait of a changing and growing capital, and weaves the lives of his characters into the past of a newly independent, uncertain Finland. The language issue is not central to the story; instead he explores the class system and the social barriers that existed so strongly before the Second World War. His language is perfectly suited to the time, as the rather oldfashioned title suggests, and his use of slang and dialect feels right and unforced. He seldom explains background to events and he only skims over the independence from Russia in He does describe the Finnish civil war in detail, which is undoubtedly very interesting, but the political climate at the time may be confusing to someone unfamiliar with it.