Neil Gunn

BookNeil Gunn

Neil Gunn

Writers and their Work

2003

December 1st, 2003

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Neil Gunn is now generally accepted as the most significant novelist the Highlands of Scotland have produced. This study examines the scope and depth of his work and assesses him as a writer of European stature.

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Half Title2
Title Page4
Copyright5
Dedication6
Contents8
Acknowledgements10
Biographical Outline11
Abbreviations14
A Note on the Texts15
1 Life and Background16
2 The Fruits of Bitterness: The Grey Coast and The Lost Glen27
3 Rescue: Morning Tide37
4 The Way Through History42
Sun Circle42
Butcher’s Broom48
The Silver Darlings53
5 Highland River60
6 Casting About64
Wild Geese Overhead64
Second Sight68
7 Innocence and Dystopia: Young Art and Old Hector and The Green Isle of the Great Deep71
8 The Mature Novelist77
The Serpent77
The Key of the Chest81
The Drinking Well87
9 Explorations91
The Shadow91
The Silver Bough93
The Lost Chart97
The Well at the World’s End99
10 The Final Adventure102
Bloodhunt102
The Other Landscape104
The Atom of Delight109
11 Postscript114
Notes117
Select Bibliography120
Index126