Neil Munro is increasingly recognised as a significant figure on the Scottish literary scene; this collection of essays is the first to bring scholarly attention to the many aspects of his writing and career.
The various, wide-ranging aspects of Munro's work - journalism, poetry, novels and short stories are all examined in this volume of new essays, which also includes some contemporary reviews and comments from John Buchan, Andrew Lang, Fiona Macleod, William Wallace and Arthur T. Quiller-Couch.
Includes invaluable bibliography.
Ronald Armstrong, James Beaton, Edward J. Cowan, Gerard Carruthers, Beth Dickson, Douglas Gifford, Beata Kohlbek, Rae MacGregor, Rennie McOwan, Lesley Lendrum, Brian D. Osborne, Bob Preston, Ronald W. Renton, Brian Wilkinson
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