Ends Of Our Tethers: Thirteen Sorry Stories

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  • 192

    Pages
  • 9781841955339

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  • 129 mm

    Width
  • 198 mm

    Height
  • 142 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 30-JUL-04

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    Description

    Shows the high jinks of many folk in the last stages of physical, moral and social decrepitude - a sure tonic for the young.

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    Alasdair Gray

    Alasdair Gray trained as a painter at the local Glasgow school of art. He was 47 when he published his first novel, Lanark (1981), which combines all sorts of genres, from sci-fi to autobiography and literary criticism, into a fantastic account of the city of Unthank - a thinly disguised Glasgow.
    Gray shows an interest in sex which borders on the unhealthy, as indicated by the title of his 1990 novel Something Leather, a novel that he compared to Chaucer. His other abiding interest is Scottish identity. He was a contributor to Lean Tales (1985), a work that prompted a revival of interest in Scottish writing. Grays work always contains a satirical element.

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