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eBook Journey into Scotland: Poems ePub

by Duncan Munro Glen

  • ISBN: 086142011X
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Duncan Munro Glen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Akros Publications (October 1991)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1658 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1585 kb
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He became known to the literary world through his first full-length book, Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance

GLEN, Duncan (Munro)Pseudonym: Ronald Eadie Munro. Source for information on Glen, Duncan (Munro): Contemporary Poets dictionary. Edinburgh, Akros, 1990. A Journey Into Scotland: Poems.

GLEN, Duncan (Munro)Pseudonym: Ronald Eadie Munro. Nationality: British. Born: Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, 11 January 1933. Education: West Coats School, Cambuslang, 1938–46; Rutherglen Academy, 1946–49; Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, 1950–53; Edinburgh College of Art, 1953–56. Military Service: Royal Air Force, 1956–58. Family: Married Margaret Eadie in 1957; one son and one daughter. Edinburgh, Akros, 1991. Selected Poems 1965–1990.

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Find out about Scotland's Munro mountains and the sport of Munro-bagging - how tall are they? How do you go about .

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MacCaig was into his thirties before he published two books of poems. These belonged to the Neo-Apocalyptic School, rampant on the ‘Celtic Fringes’ in the 1940s

MacCaig was into his thirties before he published two books of poems. These belonged to the Neo-Apocalyptic School, rampant on the ‘Celtic Fringes’ in the 1940s. Later, he disavowed them to the extent that one fancied that only an innate respect for scholarship prevented him destroying the copies lodged in the National Library of Scotland. As that school went, they weren’t bad. He came into his own, though, in his forties, with Riding Lights, published in 1955. At this point he might be, and was, mistaken for a Scottish relative of the Movement.

Back to Glen surname. Start your family tree now. Duncan Munro Glen's Geni Profile. Contact profile manager. Son of Charles Glen and Margaret Glen(nairn) Husband of Mary Kennedy Father of Charles Glen; margaret Nairn Glen; Jessie Gardner Glen; John Kennedy Glen; Mary Kennedy kennedy Glen and 1 other; and Duncan Munro Glen less Brother of Archibald Glen; Alexander nairn Glen; Charles Glen; Francis Glen; Margaret Glen and 2 others; Mary nairn Glen and John Glen less Half brother of.