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by Grant F. Wilson
Author: Grant F. Wilson
Publisher: Aberdeen Univ Pr; 1st edition, privately printed. edition (April 1, 1991)
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Iain Crichton Smith was born on the 1st January 1928 in Glasgow, and moved to Lewis two years later with his parents, both of Highland origin, and . A bibliography of Iain Crichton Smith, compiled by Grant F. Wilson (1990).
Iain Crichton Smith was born on the 1st January 1928 in Glasgow, and moved to Lewis two years later with his parents, both of Highland origin, and his two brothers. His father died shortly afterwards, and he and his brothers were brought up by his mother in rather frugal conditions in the crofting community of Bayble. Ten modern Scottish stories selected with an introduction, talking points and an appendix on the art of the short story by Robert Millar and . Penguin Modern Poets, 21, Iain Crichton Smith, Norman MacCaig, George Mackay Brown (1972).
Grant F. Wilson, A bibliography of Iain Crichton Smith (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1990). Stewart Conn, ‘A human trembling: Iain Crichton Smith’ in Distances: a personal evocation of people and places (Dalkeith: Scottish Cultural Press, 2001). Isobel Murray, ‘Iain Crichton Smith’ in Scottish Writers Talking 2 (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 2002).
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Iain Crichton Smith's third novel is as different from his second, The Last Summer, as that was from his first, Consider the Lillies. Crichton Smith is at the height of his powers as poet and prose writer. This new work of fiction follows hard upon his Selected Poems and his volume of short stories, Survival Without Fear. Mark Simmons, aged 42, is a teacher at a training college. Wilson’s A Bibliography of Iain Crichton Smith has been indispensable. Aberdeen granted him the space to discover – and individualise – himself
Grant F. I must also thank the staff of the National Museum of Scotland (Edinburgh), the Mitchell Library (Glasgow), and the Scottish Poetry Library (Edinburgh) for their helpfulness. Aberdeen granted him the space to discover – and individualise – himself. He immersed himself in poetry (Auden and Eliot being influential favourites) and philosophy (Aberdeen’s light was so clear that he ‘could see for miles as if it were into the essence of existentialism’). Nonetheless he enjoyed the social aspects of student life.
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