Hunger -Knut Hamsun
Our unnamed protagonist has found himself in the midst of hard times, during which he questions how and why he has met such misfortune. Sitting on a park bench, watching the smiling faces of old acquaintances passing him by unnoticed, he ponders the “Creator’s arbitrariness in letting me pay for all the others' sins.” It is a question that dominates his thoughts, and debilitates him from taking any action to change his fortune. He describes this obsession, or depression, saying, “A swarm of tiny noxious animals had bored a way into my inner man and hollowed me out.”
This sweatshirt will last for years. It is very comfortable and great for the holidays. Good quality material that needs no ironing.
8.0 oz. fabric weight
1x1 athletic rib knit collar, cuffs and waistband, with spandex