Aberdeen University Press, 1991. 0080409075: 1991
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 468
Condition: Very Good
Paperback in very good condition. First edition, pp xvi, 342. with colour photographs, list of illustrations, list of colour plates, preface, acknowledgements, prologue, epilogue, glossary and index of authors and sources. An anthology that ranges from the discriptive geology of the Scotland of Hugh Miller and Archibald Geikie, through childhood experiences (including Kesson, Muir, Derwent, MacDiarmid, Burns, Gunn and Crichton Smith), and the travellers Sandy Stewart and Betsy White, to the main issues, the character of the people of the land of Scotland, the yield of the land, the changes, an... View More...
Pamphlet with stapled plain paper wraps, pages folded and largely uncut and untrimmed some slight shelfwear and rusted staples but otherwise in Very Good condition. Presumed Proof Copy? First edition, pp 48. Contents: England is Our Enemy - Hugh MacDairmid. First Clause - Andrew Tannahill. The Ballad o Corbara - Hamish Henderson. A Letter from Amsterdam. Frae the Greek Fleurwale - Douglas Young. The Nature of a Bird's World - Hugh MacDairmid. The Duke of Sutherland Demands to Know What the Highland Panel is Doing - Naomi Mitchison Editorial. View More...
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