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eBook An Introduction to Gaelic Fiction ePub

by Moray Watson

  • ISBN: 0748636633
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Moray Watson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (March 23, 2011)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1696 kb
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Gaelic The first guide to Gaelic fiction - covering the full expanse of the canonTracing the history of Gaelic fiction over the last century, Moray Watson looks at the work of well-known authors such as Iain Moireach, Tormod Caimbeul and Iain Mac a' Ghobhainn, as well a. .

Gaelic The first guide to Gaelic fiction - covering the full expanse of the canonTracing the history of Gaelic fiction over the last century, Moray Watson looks at the work of well-known authors such as Iain Moireach, Tormod Caimbeul and Iain Mac a' Ghobhainn, as well as lesser-known authors, and focuses on the major developments that have led to the recent flourishing. in Gaelic fiction publishing. Watson examines novels and novellas from Dun-Aluinn to Dileas Donn and Shrapnel, alongside short story collections, uncollected fiction and short fiction from magazines such as Gairm.

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in Gaelic fiction publishing. Watson examines novels and novellas from DA'n-Aluinn to Dileas Donn and Shrapnel, alongside short story collections, uncollected fiction and short fiction from magazines such as Gairm.

The first book to provide a thorough introduction to Gaelic fiction. Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. It traces the evolution of the form over the last century and focuses on the major developments that have led to the recent flourishing in Gaelic fiction publishing. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Watson, Moray.

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Moray Robin Philip Adrian Watson (25 June 1928 – 2 May 2017) was an English actor from Sunningdale, Berkshire. Watson was born in Sunningdale, Berkshire, to Gerard Arthur Watson, a ship broker, who was killed in Belgium during World War II, and Jean, née McFarlane. His two elder brothers- the younger being J. N. P. Watson (1927-2008), author, hunting correspondent for Country Life magazine and formerly polo correspondent for The Times) - were Majors in the British Army.

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The first guide to Gaelic fiction - covering the full expanse of the canonTracing the history of Gaelic fiction over the last century, Moray Watson looks at the work of well-known authors such as Iain Moireach, Tormod Caimbeul and Iain Mac a' Ghobhainn, as well as lesser-known authors, and focuses on the major developments that have led to the recent flourishing in Gaelic fiction publishing. Watson examines novels and novellas from Dùn-Aluinn to Dìleas Donn and Shrapnel, alongside short story collections, uncollected fiction and short fiction from magazines such as Gairm. The final chapters focus on the current state of criticism of Gaelic fiction and discuss the most recent initiatives that have sustained the viability of fiction in the Gaelic language.