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    Publisher: Luath Press

    100 Favourite Scottish Poems to Read Out Loud

    £7.99
    Covering a range of themes, from love to landscape, this wonderful collection has something for everyone to read aloud.
    ISBN: 9781906307011
    AuthorGordon Jarvie
    Pub Date01/10/2007
    BindingPaperback
    Pages192
    Availability: In Stock

    Encouraged by Burns Nights, ceilidhs and poetry slams, reading poetry aloud is a valued Scottish tradition enjoyed by young and old alike. This anthology includes old favourites like Burns and Matt McGinn and new classics from contemporary Scottish poetry. Covering a range of themes, this wonderful collection really does have something for everyone.

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    Encouraged by Burns Nights, ceilidhs and poetry slams, reading poetry aloud is a valued Scottish tradition enjoyed by young and old alike. This anthology includes old favourites like Burns and Matt McGinn and new classics from contemporary Scottish poetry. Covering a range of themes, this wonderful collection really does have something for everyone.

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