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    Publisher: Luath Press

    A Map for the Blind: Poems chiefly in the Scots language

    £8.99
    Written mostly in Scots, this collection deals with topics ranging from satirical social commentary to sublime shots of everyday life with characteristic wit and insight.
    ISBN: 9781906817824
    AuthorRab Wilson
    Pub Date01/03/2011
    BindingPaperback
    Pages156
    Availability: Out of Stock

    Written mostly in Scots, Rab Wilson's A Map for the Blind deals with topics ranging from satirical social commentary to sublime shots of everyday life with his characteristic wit and insight.



    From a poignant reflection into the 'black hairt' of the coal industry, to a nostalgic and spirited look at classic bicycles, to wondering if anyone was listening to 'Holy Gordon's Prayer', Rab Wilson delivers a vibrant picture of Scotland which we can't fail to recognise.

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    Written mostly in Scots, Rab Wilson's A Map for the Blind deals with topics ranging from satirical social commentary to sublime shots of everyday life with his characteristic wit and insight.



    From a poignant reflection into the 'black hairt' of the coal industry, to a nostalgic and spirited look at classic bicycles, to wondering if anyone was listening to 'Holy Gordon's Prayer', Rab Wilson delivers a vibrant picture of Scotland which we can't fail to recognise.