The trilogy consists of three novels: Sunset Song (1932), Cloud Howe (1933), and Grey Granite (1934). The first is widely regarded as an important classic (voted Scotland's favourite book in 2005 ) .
It describes the life of Chris Guthrie, a woman from the north east of Scotland during the early 20th century.
In Sunset Song, Guthrie grows up in a farming family in the fictional Estate of Kinraddie in "The Mearns" (Kincardineshire) in the north east of Scotland at the start of the 20th century. Life is hard, and her family is dysfunctional. She marries a farmer, Ewan Tavendale...
|Title||A Scots Quair: Sunset Song, Cloud Howe, And Grey Granite||Height|
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