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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Love and Revolution

    £7.99
    Love and Revolution: a poetic journey through political ideals, love, loss, and life in the Western Isles. From topics as diverse as saving the curlew to land ownership on the Isle of Eigg and the first Gulf War, Alastair McIntosh offers an enlightening perspective on recent political happenings at home in the Hebrides and in the wider world.
    ISBN: 9781905222582
    AuthorAlastair McIntosh
    Pub Date01/09/2006
    BindingPaperback
    Pages96
    Availability: In Stock

    Love and Revolution: a poetic journey through political ideals, love, loss, and life in the Western Isles. From the best-selling author of Soil and Soul comes this much-awaited first collection of poetry. Alastair McIntosh provides fresh insights into modern Scottish life and into being a citizen in one world through moving, modern poetry, including Homage to Young Men, a poetic collaboration with the band Nizlopi - of JCB Song fame - due for LP release in August 2006. From topics as diverse as saving the curlew to land ownership on the Isle of Eigg and the first Gulf War, Alastair McIntosh offers an enlightening perspective on recent political happenings at home in the Hebrides and in the wider world.

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    Love and Revolution: a poetic journey through political ideals, love, loss, and life in the Western Isles. From the best-selling author of Soil and Soul comes this much-awaited first collection of poetry. Alastair McIntosh provides fresh insights into modern Scottish life and into being a citizen in one world through moving, modern poetry, including Homage to Young Men, a poetic collaboration with the band Nizlopi - of JCB Song fame - due for LP release in August 2006. From topics as diverse as saving the curlew to land ownership on the Isle of Eigg and the first Gulf War, Alastair McIntosh offers an enlightening perspective on recent political happenings at home in the Hebrides and in the wider world.