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Scottish Short Stories

J. F. Hendry

Scottish Short Stories

by J. F. Hendry

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Published by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English


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Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7346118M
ISBN 100140031286
ISBN 109780140031287

The Scottish Arts Club Short Story Competition is open to writers worldwide, for stories on any topic up to words. Learn more about the Scottish Arts Club Short story competition We are delighted to announce Andrew O’Hagan, author of several Booker-nominated novels and editor-at-large of the London Review of Books, is the new chief.   The Oxford Book of Scottish Short Stories by Douglas Dunn, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(56).

Download From tales of the supernatural to pungent social realism, and from the humorous to the disturbing, whether rural or urban, this anthology shows the vitality of the Scottish short s Dunn's eclectic selection displays the marvellous range of Scottish story-telling, beginning with three early traditional tales, and including a wealth of writers from the last three centuries. Ink is an alternative book and literary magazine publisher based in Edinburgh. Established in mid we sought to provide an alternati Acair publishes a wide range of texts and is the principal publisher of Gaelic texts for children in Scotland. Established in , with man Established in , Ailsapress is a small independent.

Arts and Culture The 20 Scottish books everyone should read FROM a Buddhist painter to Robert the Bruce, from a definitive history of the fiddle to a Scots version of the New Testament, one could. This collection of Scottish short stories has been put together specifically to help meet the requirement of the English and Communication Higher Still to study Scottish texts. Activities for each story are included to help prepare students for the demands of the Higher Still. Category: English fiction Scottish Short Stories


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Short stories contain whole words in just a few pages. And because they don't take long to read, they're a great opportunity to try something new.

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In the twenty stories collected here we are given a multifaceted view of Scotland, the Scos and the Scottish short story. The stories range from Roman Britain, through the trials of those at home during the Second World War, to a country and people determined to assert their independence/5.

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The Oxford Book of Scottish Short Stories Douglas Dunn Oxford Books of Prose & Verse. A contemporary new look for a celebrated anthology of Scottish short stories; Stories are chosen by prize-winning poet and writer of short stories Douglas Dunn - a 'reader with real taste', who has put together an intriguing collection with an informative and.

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The New Penguin Book of Scottish Short Stories. In the art of the short story, Scotland's writers have led the way. The earliest in this anthology, those of Sir Walter Scott and James Hogg, are rich in folklore, proverb, superstition, and sinister humor/5. Encompassing magical fairy tales and modern innovative works, The Oxford Book of Scottish Short Stories surveys the rich literary heritage of Scotland, in a collection of forty-four superb tales, the most extensive such anthology in print.

Here readers will discover such wonderful tales as "The Wee Bannock," Sir Walter Scott's classic "The Two Drovers" (widely considered the first true short.

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