- Author:Adrian Searle
- Publisher:Freight Design (September 15, 2004)
- Subcategory:Short Stories & Anthologies
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Adrian Searle’s most popular book is Catology. The Hope That Kills Us: An Anthology of Scottish Football Fiction by. Adrian Searle (Contributor)
Adrian Searle’s most popular book is Catology. Adrian Searle (Contributor).
Adrian Searle (Contributor). This is a collection of short stories published in 2002 all with a Scottish football theme. As with any collection like this the styles and quality varies, but on the plus side, there’s probably something in it for everyone. Whether you like football or not is largely irrelevant: some are laddish, others are not. There are several which read like personal reminiscences, a story of self-discovery told by a woman who goes on holiday leaving behind her husband because he can’t miss a match that This is a collection of short stories published in 2002 all with a Scottish football theme.
uk's Adrian Searle Page and shop for all Adrian Searle books. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Adrian Searle. He co-authored 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle (Freight, 2012) with the artist Judith Hastie, a BA top five Christmas Book of the Year 2012 and winner of two Scottish Design Awards 2013. Adrian and Judith published If Dogs Could Swear in October 2013.
Home Browse Books Book details, Scottish Literature: An Anthology. Scottish Literature: An Anthology - Vol. 2. By David McCordick. This volume includes 188 Scottish writers from about 1775 through Robert Louis Stevenson.
Scottish literature in the eighteenth century. Scottish literature in the eighteenth century is literature written in Scotland or by Scottish writers in the eighteenth century. It includes literature written in English, Scottish Gaelic and Scots, in forms including poetry, drama and novels. After the Union in 1707 Scottish literature developed a distinct national identity
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Look Up Edinburgh: World-Class Architectural Heritage That's Hidden in Plain Sight ed Adrian Searle, David Barbour Freight Books, ISBN 978-1908754776, £25, hbk, 31 October Following Look Up Glasgow, this book explores Edinburgh's extraordinary rooftop architectural heritage. Features full colour photography, annotations, and occasional verse from some of the city's leading poets. An assortment of chocolate poems Happenstance Press, August From Happenstance, the small Scottish pamphlet press, this tantalising promise: an anthology of chocolate poems. Poems about chocolate.
An Anthology of Chance Operations (An Anthology) was an artist's book publication from the early 1960s of experimental neodada art and music composition that used John Cage-inspired indeterminacy.
This anthology invites readers to experience the liveliness of those times, with all their innovations, opportunities, and .
This anthology invites readers to experience the liveliness of those times, with all their innovations, opportunities, and raging debates. To facilitate readers' engagement with the ideas as well as the materials of nineteenth-century Scotland in its British and international contexts, items are arranged roughly chronologically, but also thematically.