One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

What does bricklaying tell you about Shukhov, about what sort of man he is? Details?

What kind of man is he

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Shukhov was a steady methodical worker. Brick laying let him follow a predictable routine. This type of work became a source of comfort to him, he knew what to expect,

Mortar! Block! Mortar! Block!

"Enough, damn it!" Senka shouted. "Time to be off!"

He approaches his work honourably despite it being a forced labour camp. This reflects very much his work and personal ethic.