The Poems of Norman MacCaig
This book is the third edition of MacCaig's Collected Poems and is edited by his son Ewen. This edition contains 778 poems, 100 of them previously unpublished, and has, in addition, a context piece, author's words and CD of readings. It is a definitive (though not complete) collection.
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Editorial Note and Acknowledgements Ewen McCaig
Previously uncollected poems are denoted by an asterisk
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