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  • Author:
    Tom Pow
  • ISBN:
    0862413621
  • ISBN13:
    978-0862413620
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    Canongate Books Ltd (February 1, 1992)
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    208 pages
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The book presents a view of the country's malaise - a juxtaposition of extreme corruption, blighted idealism and resigned fatalism - and an appreciation of its landscapes and . Tom Pow is the author of Rough Sea and The Moth Trap.

The book presents a view of the country's malaise - a juxtaposition of extreme corruption, blighted idealism and resigned fatalism - and an appreciation of its landscapes and people. ISBN13:9780862413620. Release Date:February 1992.

An Experience of Peru. by Tom Pow. Published February 1992 by Canongate Books.

In the Palace of Serpents: Experience of Peru. Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh in 1950. Primarily a poet, several of his collections have won awards and three of his poetry collections have been short-listed for Scottish Book of the Year

In the Palace of Serpents: Experience of Peru. 0862413621 (ISBN13: 9780862413620). Primarily a poet, several of his collections have won awards and three of his poetry collections have been short-listed for Scottish Book of the Year. Most recently, Dear Alice – Narratives of Madness (Salt Publishing) won the poetry category in the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust’s Scottish Book Awards in 2009. He has also written young adult novels, pict Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh in 1950.

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Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh on 25 May 1950 . His father was an artist influenced by surrealism, who taught at Moray House and Edinburgh College of Art, as well as in schools. Tom Pow studied Medieval History at the University of St Andrews, then taught for a number of years in Edinburgh, London and Madrid before settling in Dumfries, where he became an English teacher at Dumfries Academy. In the same year he published In the Palace of Serpents – An Experience of Peru, describing a journey to that country via the Caribbean undertaken in 1989.

In the Palace of Serpents: An Experience of Peru (Canongate, 1992). Shouting It Out: Stories from Contemporary Scotland. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form without the express written permission of the publisher.

Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh in 1950 He has also written radio plays, a travel book about Peru, In the Palace of Serpents (1992), and books for children, including Callum's Big Day (2000) and Who is the World For?

Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh in 1950. After studies at the University of St Andrews, he taught English in a number of capacities in schools in Edinburgh, London and Madrid, before taking up a post at Dumfries Academy. With artist Hugh Bryden, he also runs the art book press, Cacafuego Press. He has also written radio plays, a travel book about Peru, In the Palace of Serpents (1992), and books for children, including Callum's Big Day (2000) and Who is the World For?

In the Palace of Serpents: An Experience of Peru, Canongate (Edinburgh .

In the Palace of Serpents: An Experience of Peru, Canongate (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1992. National Poetry Day, 6 October 1994, Readiscovery (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1994. SIDELIGHTS: Scottish writer Tom Pow has distinguished himself as a poet and playwright, in addition to being a senior lecturer in English at the University of Glasgow. In Tell Me One Thing, Dad, Pow explores the love between a parent and child.

This is a recollection of the author's travels in Peru. The book presents a view of the country's malaise - a juxtaposition of extreme corruption, blighted idealism and resigned fatalism - and an appreciation of its landscapes and people. Tom Pow is the author of Rough Sea and The Moth Trap.