8 edition of Family and the Scottish working-class novel, 1984-1994 found in the catalog.
|Series||Scottish studies international ;, v. 29|
|LC Classifications||PR8603 .P75 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||0820447315, 3631360959|
|LC Control Number||00056774|
One of his early novels, Docherty, is a book of grand ambitions, telling the story of life in working-class Scotland during the early decades of the 20th century. The Scottish books you. The only complete work of Archie Hind, published in , 'The Dear Green Place' is an autobiographical novel about the life of Mat Craig, a working class man with a .
Prillinger, Horst, Family and the Scottish Working-Class Novel A study of novels by Janice Galloway, Alasdair Gray, Robin Jenkins, James Kelman, A. L. Kennedy, William McIlvanney, Agnes Owens, Alan Spence and George Friel, (paperback € ) 'They fuck you up, your mum and dad,' the poet Philip Larkin wrote a few decades ago. Explore books by Horst Prillinger with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
Mr Singh has disappeared. A concussed novel 4 copies, 1 review. Family and the Scottish Working-Class Novel, A Study of Novels. From the s Scottish literature enjoyed another major revival, particularly associated with a group of Glasgow writers focused around meetings in the house of critic, poet and teacher Philip Hobsbaum (–). Also important in the movement was Peter Kravitz, editor of Polygon Books. These included Alasdair Gray (b. ), whose epic Lanark () built on the working class novel to.
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Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim) (): Horst Prillinger: Books. Family and the Scottish Working-Class Novel A study of novels by Janice Galloway, Alasdair Gray, Robin Jenkins, James Kelman, A. Kennedy, William McIlvanney, Agnes Owens, Alan Spence and George Friel by Horst Prillinger, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®Pages: Sometimes more, sometimes less explicitly, Scottish authors of the past twenty years have written down their point of view on the state of the working-class family.
This study deals with nineteen novels written between and and two precursors written about ten years earlier. Add tags for "Family and the Scottish working-class novel, a study of novels by Janice Galloway, Alasdair Gray, Robin Jenkins, James Kelman, A.L.
Kennedy, William McIlvanney, Agnes Owens, Alan Spence, and George Friel". Get this from a library. Family and the Scottish working-class novel, a study of novels by Janice Galloway [and others]. [Horst Prillinger]. Family and the Scottish Working-class Novel A Study of Novels by Janice Galloway, Alasdair Gray, Robin Jenkins, James Kelman, A.
Kennedy, William McIlvanney, Agnes Owens, Alan Spence and George Friel - Scottish Studies International - Publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz in Germersheim 29 (Paperback). Written in working class Scottish dialect, James Kelman's stream of consciousness yarn is laced with dark humour.
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Family and the Scottish Working-class Novel Horst Prillinger Selected by the Sunday Times as one of the 40 best crime novels published WINNER OF THE MCILVANNEY DEBUT PRIZE LONGLISTED FOR THE MCILVANNEY PRIZE SCOTTISH CRIME BOOK OF THE YEAR SHORTLISTED FOR THE CWA GOLD DAGGER AND CWA JOHN CREASEY (NEW BLOOD).
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This book shows how Alasdair Gray's first novel, Lanark: A Life in 4 Books, shares some of the thematic and formal concerns of postmodernist literature.
The analysis is preceded by an introductory chapter which relates Gray to both the English and the Scottish literary traditions. A work with a title derived from the Gaelic meaning for the name ‘Glasgow’, The Dear Green Place is a novel that brings the city’s streets and buildings alive on paper.
Seen through the eyes of working-class hero Mat Craig, the novel tells a story of a Glasgow which is. This work, originally published inhas been hailed as the most influential Scottish novel of the second half of the 20th century. Its playful narrative techniques convey a profound message, personal and political, about humankind’s inability to love and yet our compulsion to go on trying.
RL Stephenson’s great story Kidnapped is the ultimate Scottish children’s book for me. Its hero, David Balfour, is a canny Lowland Scot, all Presbyterianism and prudence.
VAL McDERMID Born into a mining family in Kirkcaldy, Val McDermid went to Oxford at the age of 16, and was the first student from a Scottish state school to enter St Hilda’s College. Top 10s Top 10 Scottish crime novels. JK Rowling backs crime writing scheme for BAME and working-class women.
March The books interview: the. This is a study of fiction by Scottish women spanning the late s to the early s. Seven authors are included: Violet Jacob, Mary and Jane Helen Findlater, Lorna Moon, Catherine Carswell, Willa Muir, and Nan Shepherd. Family and the Scottish Working-class Novel Horst Prillinger.
09 Aug Paperback. US$ Add to. “But I’m happy to admit I was a gay boy in working class Glasgow and it was hard in the 80s. “I was first called a ‘poofter’ at five-and-a-half and it stuck with me my whole life. A novel that explores the underbelly of Scottish society. A novel that digs through the grit and grime of s Glasgow to reveal a story that is at once touching and gripping.
Think D.H. Lawrence. Think James Joyce A literary tour de force.”—Washington Independent Review of BooksReviews: