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  • Digby, a novelDigby, a novel Quick View
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    • Digby, a novel

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    • 4th novel by Scottish-born Canadian novelist, David Walker (1911-1992). Digby Ross, a successful American businessman, at odds with his social-climbing wife Madeleine, decides to come to Scotland, visit distant cousins and find his roots. The eccentricities of Scots of all persuasions are held up to gentle ridicule, from blimpish Colonel…
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  • Pop Goes The WeaselPop Goes The Weasel Quick View
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    • Pop Goes The Weasel

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    • The final published work of poet and journalist T. W. H. Crosland (1865-1924), this is a scathing condemnation of the Scottish people. One of two publications that launched what would become the Fortune Press.
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  • St Andrews, Two Poems Specially Contributed By R.Kipling And W. De La MareSt Andrews, Two Poems Specially Contributed By R.Kipling And W. De La Mare Quick View
  • The ObservationsThe Observations Quick View
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    • The Observations

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    • Scotland, 1863. In an attempt to escape her past, Bessy Buckley takes a job working as a maid in a big country house. But when Arabella, her beautiful mistress, asks her to undertake a series of bizarre tasks, Bessy begins to realise that she hasn't quite landed on her feet.…
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  • The Testament of Cresseid & Seven FablesThe Testament of Cresseid & Seven Fables Quick View
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    • The Testament of Cresseid & Seven Fables

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    • The greatest of the late medieval Scottish makars, Robert Henryson wrote in Lowland Scots, a distinctive northern version of English. He was profoundly influenced by Chaucer's vision of the frailty and pathos of human life. His greatest poem, and one of the rhetorical masterpieces of the literature of these islands,…
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  • The White Hour, and other storiesThe White Hour, and other stories Quick View
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    • The White Hour, and other stories

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    • Neil Miller Gunn (1891Ð1973) was a prolific novelist, critic, and dramatist who emerged as one of the leading lights of the Scottish Renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s. With over twenty novels to his credit, Gunn was arguably the most influential Scottish fiction writer of the first half of the…
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    • Whit or Isis amongst the Unsaved

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    • 1st edition of the novel from Scottish writer, Iain Banks (1954-2013). Isis Whit, a young but important member of a small, quirky cult in Scotland, narrates. The community suspects that Isis' cousin Morag is in danger, and sends Isis out to help.
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  • Digby, a novelDigby, a novel Quick View
    • Digby, a novelDigby, a novel Quick View
    • Digby, a novel

    • £15.00
    • 4th novel by Scottish-born Canadian novelist, David Walker (1911-1992). Digby Ross, a successful American businessman, at odds with his social-climbing wife Madeleine, decides to come to Scotland, visit distant cousins and find his roots. The eccentricities of Scots of all persuasions are held up to gentle ridicule, from blimpish Colonel…
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  • Pop Goes The WeaselPop Goes The Weasel Quick View
    • Pop Goes The WeaselPop Goes The Weasel Quick View
    • Pop Goes The Weasel

    • £150.00
    • The final published work of poet and journalist T. W. H. Crosland (1865-1924), this is a scathing condemnation of the Scottish people. One of two publications that launched what would become the Fortune Press.
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  • St Andrews, Two Poems Specially Contributed By R.Kipling And W. De La MareSt Andrews, Two Poems Specially Contributed By R.Kipling And W. De La Mare Quick View
  • The ObservationsThe Observations Quick View
    • The ObservationsThe Observations Quick View
    • The Observations

    • £15.00
    • Scotland, 1863. In an attempt to escape her past, Bessy Buckley takes a job working as a maid in a big country house. But when Arabella, her beautiful mistress, asks her to undertake a series of bizarre tasks, Bessy begins to realise that she hasn't quite landed on her feet.…
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  • The Testament of Cresseid & Seven FablesThe Testament of Cresseid & Seven Fables Quick View
    • The Testament of Cresseid & Seven FablesThe Testament of Cresseid & Seven Fables Quick View
    • The Testament of Cresseid & Seven Fables

    • £60.00
    • The greatest of the late medieval Scottish makars, Robert Henryson wrote in Lowland Scots, a distinctive northern version of English. He was profoundly influenced by Chaucer's vision of the frailty and pathos of human life. His greatest poem, and one of the rhetorical masterpieces of the literature of these islands,…
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  • The White Hour, and other storiesThe White Hour, and other stories Quick View
    • The White Hour, and other storiesThe White Hour, and other stories Quick View
    • The White Hour, and other stories

    • £10.00
    • Neil Miller Gunn (1891Ð1973) was a prolific novelist, critic, and dramatist who emerged as one of the leading lights of the Scottish Renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s. With over twenty novels to his credit, Gunn was arguably the most influential Scottish fiction writer of the first half of the…
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  • Whit or Isis amongst the UnsavedWhit or Isis amongst the Unsaved Quick View
    • Whit or Isis amongst the UnsavedWhit or Isis amongst the Unsaved Quick View
    • Whit or Isis amongst the Unsaved

    • £30.00
    • 1st edition of the novel from Scottish writer, Iain Banks (1954-2013). Isis Whit, a young but important member of a small, quirky cult in Scotland, narrates. The community suspects that Isis' cousin Morag is in danger, and sends Isis out to help.
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