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  1. Jonathan Tropper “Live on by yourself”. It tells the story of a man whose life has gone downhill. The problems of family, marriage, and love are raised. It is worth paying attention to the book, not the movie.

  2. A very detailed fiction book (the request does not give exact specifics), or rather, a trilogy. Selma Lagerlof's “The Levenscheld Crest”, “Charlotte Levenscheld” and “Anna Swerd”. There, one of the main characters is quite an idiot, and until the end of the story, you literally pray for the heroes that everyone will tell this man how much he failed. There, his whole life is in the palm of his hand, and he makes so many mistakes that later turn him into his complete opposite.

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