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The Novels of Neil M. Gunn

A Critical Study

by Margery McCulloch

  • 80 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Scottish Academic Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scotland,
  • Literary studies: general,
  • Literature: Texts,
  • Scottish Literature,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7776981M
    ISBN 100707304989
    ISBN 109780707304984

    Young Art and Old Hector is a novel by Neil M. concerns itself with an 8-year-old boy "Young Art" growing up in the Scottish Highland community of Clachdrum and in episodic form, catalogues a series of adventures and occurrences in his life, often connected with his mentor figure "Old Hector", a local character and same characters would be used in the following satirical Author: Neil M. Gunn. Hart, F. R. Comedy and transcendence in Neil Gunn's later fiction. Conn, S. The well of delight. Aitchison, J. The quick movement of affection: Neil M. Gunn's short stories, plays and essaysGeneral: Pick, J. B. The boy in the stream: the development of some fundamental concepts in the work of Neil M. Gunn. Wittig, K. Neil Gunn's animistic.

    The "Silver Darlings" is a classic piece of Scottish literature dealing with the herring industry of the past. It gives a wonderful insight into a fishing family. I am delighted to be able to read it again and to add to my Neil Gunn collection of novels/5(50). No Dostoyevsky. novels, short story collections, and plays written in English. Something for everyone: some bursting with (Neil M. Gunn) Slaughterhouse-Five (Kurt Vonnegut) The Snow Goose (Paul Gallico) Trending Book Lists .

    History Grad's Best Historical Fiction show list info. of the very best historical novels and book series. Travel from ancient Egypt to World War II with writers from Ackroyd to Zusak. 1, users 2, views (Neil M Gunn) The Candlemass Road (George MacDonald Fraser).   Written in prose as cool and clear as the water it describes, Highland River is one of Neil Gunn's most lyrical and popular novels. Winner of the James Tait Black Memorial prize when first published in , it has over the years become established as one of the greatest pieces of twentieth century Scottish fiction/5().


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Neil M. Gunn has 41 books on Goodreads with ratings. Neil M. Gunn’s most popular book is The Silver Darlings. Neil Gunn, one of Scotland's most prolific and distinguished novelists, wrote over a period that spanned the Recession, the political crises of the 's and 's, and the Second World War and its aftermath.4/5.

Neil M. Gunn and Lewis Grassic Gibbon by Douglas Gifford () The Novels of Neil M. Gunn: A Critical Study by Margery McCulloch () A Bibliography of the Works of Neil M. Gunn by C. Novels of growing up are, by nature of their subject, episodic.

`Morning Tide' is no exception. Gunn reprises episodes in the life of a 12 year-old boy in a Caithness fishing community in the s. Each episode involves Hugh's anxieties for a family member - father, mother, elder brother and 4/5(4). NEIL M. GUNN was born in Dunbeath, Caithness inthe seventh of nine children.

His father James was a fisherman, and his mother Isabella was a domestic servant. Gunn left the Highlands to live with his sister and her family, and was educated privately, passing his Civil Service exams in /5(4). Novels of Neil M.

Gunn. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Neil M Gunn; Neil M Gunn; Neil Miller Gunn: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Margery McCulloch. After Edwin Morgan’s talk on MacDiarmid and the poets of the Scottish Renaissance, I want to move on to one of the principal fiction writers of that Renaissance, the novelist Neil M.

Gunn. Gunn was a Highlander from Caithness in the north-east of Scotland and, like Edwin Muir, he wrote in English. Neil Miller Gunn lived from 8 November to 15 January He was was a prolific novelist, critic and dramatist who emerged as one of the leading lights of the "Scottish Renaissance" of the s and s.

He is rated, alongside Lewis Grassic Gibbon, as one of the two most important Scottish authors in the first half of the 20th Century. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Neil M Gunn books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Neil Gunn’s socialist and Scottish Nationalist politics shaped his work, but equally did the landscape and people of the northern Highlands in which he lived. His best known novels include The Silver Darlings, and Butcher’s Broom. His final book was the autobiography The Atom of Delight, published in `The Silver Darlings' is Neil Gunn's best known novel.

The title refers to herrings. His story is both personal and universal. The lives of the novel's main characters are inextricably caught up in the fishing of herring. Their aspirations, loves and fates transcend the 18th century Caithness setting and powerfully illuminate the human condition/5(59).

Celebration of the light. Edinburgh: Canongate, (OCoLC) Named Person: Neil M Gunn; Neil M Gunn; Neil Miller Gunn; Neil Miller Gunn: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Buy Highland River New edition by Gunn, Neil (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(17).

Neil M. Gunn (–) has been widely recognized as the most important novelist of the twentieth-century Scottish Literary Renaissance. Most of his novels are still in print and they continue to find in each generation an enthusiastic popular and academic Author: Neil Gunn.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Wild Geese Overhead by Neil M. Gunn at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Exclusives Baby Boutique Boxed Sets Graphic Novels for Young Readers Kids' Classics Kids' Book Awards Personalized Books STEAM/STEM Books & Toys Summer by Neil M.

Gunn. NOOK Book (eBook) $ $ Save 6% Current Pages: Neil Miller Gunn (8 November – 15 Januar ) wis a proleefic novelist, creetic, an dramatist wha emerged as yin o the leadin lights o the Scots renaissance o the s an s. Wi ower twenty novels tae his credit, Gunn wis arguably the maist influential Scots fiction writer o the foremaist hauf o the 20th century (wi the possible exception o Lewis Grassic Gibbon, the pen name o Born: Neil Miller Gunn, 8 November.

Lost Chart by Neil M Gunn. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc.: neil m gunn, Title: lost chart. First Edition. Book some fading on the spine particularly at the base where there is a thin strip missing from the jacket.

Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. Browning to endpapers. Jacket has chipping at the top and bottom of the. In their biography, Neil M.

Gunn: A Highland Life, published inFrancis Hart and John Pick write: ‘The deeper Neil penetrated into the Highland landscape of heart and mind, the more his books implied that “other landscape” which is seen so simply when the “second self” wakes up. Explore books by Neil M. Gunn with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Biography.

Neil Gunn was part of that Scottish Renaissance in the twenties and thirties, which also gave us Fionn MacColla, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, Hugh MacDiarmid (C M Grieve) and others. No, Virginia, twentieth century Scottish writing did not start with Trainspotting. Neil Gunn was born in in Dunbeath in Caithness.

Neil Miller Gunn, Scottish author whose novels are set in the Highlands and in the seaside villages of his native land. Gunn entered the civil service at working for Customs and Excise from to His first novel, The Grey Coast, was published in His third book, Morning Tide.

His novels may repeat certain tropes but they differ markedly in mood, scope and structure. In fact the changes he made in his approach caused despair in his publishers, who wanted him to continue the successful formula of his best sellers.

But Neil Gunn was a stubborn man, determined to explore his subject in his own way from a variety angles.Nan (Anna) Shepherd (11 February – 23 February ) was a Scottish Modernist writer and poet. She is best known for her seminal mountain memoir, The Living Mountain, based on her experiences of hill walking in the text is quoted as a significant influence by many nature writers including Robert Macfarlane and Richard Mabey She also wrote poetry and three stand-alone Education: Aberdeen High School for Girls.