My Module Structure Does Not Feel Haskell-like

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    :three: :cake: Architecture of the Haskell web applications

    I’m working on this pet project for a time now. Initially based on the three-layer repository, it’s now modelled after the Clean Architecture. In my understanding, it’s an OOP variation of the functional “Functional Core, Imperative Shell” approach. As most examples for Clean Architecture are written in C#, my module structure also looks more like a typical C# than Haskell one to me.

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