Unlikely Stories, Mostly

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Canongate, 1997 - Fiction - 290 pages
This is Alastair Gray's first collection of short stories. This edition includes a new story, Inches In a Column, that was lost at the time of original publication. He is the author of Lanark, Why Scots Should Rule Scotland and won the Whitbread Prize for Poor Things.

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This is a book that ought to arrive by circuitous and mysterious routes into your life. For me, with no prior knowledge or it or it's author, and stumbling upon a copy left by person unknown in a ... Read full review

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