The Raucle Tongue: Hitherto Uncollected Prose, Količina 1

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Carcanet, 1996 - 300 strani
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This volume contains the previously uncollected essays, journalism and interviews of Hugh MacDiarmid, as part of Carcanet's MacDiarmid 2000 programme. Other titles in the series include Complete Poems, Lucky Poet, Contemporary Scottish Studies and Scottish Eccentrics.

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Hugh MacDiarmid, one of the greatest figures in 20th century Scottish literature and the pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve, was born on August 11, 1892 in Langholm, Scotland. After MacDiarmid served during World War I, he held jobs in political offices and as a teacher and a journalist. MacDiarmid published the poem "Annals of the Five," and "A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle," his most famous work. Hugh MacDiarmid died on September 9, 1978