In the opening piece in David Park’s new collection of stories, Gods and Angels, a literature student named Henry is learning to swim in the leisure centre of a Belfast hotel. The cerebral nature of the narrator’s scholarly pursuits is set against his physical weakness, which is further thrown into relief when he falls into the company of three hard local men who befriend him in the bar of the hotel.
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