Scottish writers talking: George Mackay Brown, Jessie Kesson, Norman MacCaig, William McIlvanney, David Toulmin
Tuckwell Press, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 182 pages
A series of in-depth interviews conducted over a period of sixteen years which were originally recorded with the aim of preserving the voices and opinions of Scottish writers in a sound archive. Selected interviews have been edited and are included in two volumes. Together they make a valuable record and highlight the importance and achievements of post-war Scottish literature.
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