5 edition of Scottish Writers Talking 2 found in the catalog.
August 1, 2002
by Tuckwell Press, Ltd.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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These long interviews with very different Scottish writers do not aim at the topical, but to produce a thoughtful window on each writer's mind and work. Recorded at intervals over 16 years, writers interviewed include Naomi Mitchison, Iain Crichton Smith, Bernard MacLaverty and Iain Banks.
Scottish Writers Talking 1: George Mackay Brown, Jessie Kesson, Norman MacCaig, William McIlvanney, David Toulmin, Scottish Writers Talking 2: In Interv Author: Isobel Murray.
Scottish writers talking: George Mackay Brown, Jessie Kesson, Norman MacCaig, William McIlvanney, David Toulmin [Murray I, Tait, Isobel Murray] on. Scottish writers talking 2: Iain Banks, Bernard Maclaverty, Naomi Mitchison, Iain Crichton Smith, Alan Spence in interview.
[Isobel Murray; Iain Banks; Bernard MacLaverty; Naomi Mitchison; Iain Crichton Smith; Alan Spence;] -- "These long interviews with very different Scottish writers do not aim at the topical, but to produce a thoughtful window on each writer's mind and work. Scottish writers talking: George Mackay Brown, Jessie Kesson, Norman MacCaig, William McIlvanney, David Toulmin interviewed by Isobel Murray and Bob Tait, edited by Isobel ().
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If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us. This is the first volume in a series begun by Isobel Murray and Bob Tait inand finished in Authors covered in other volumes include: 2. Iain Banks Scottish Writers Talking 1: George Mackay Brown, Jessie Kesson, Norman McCaig, William McIlvanney, David Toulmin: Isobel Murray, Bob Tait: : Books.
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