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by Bob Dewar,Julie Davidson
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Anthropology
  • Author:
    Bob Dewar,Julie Davidson
  • ISBN:
    1906307008
  • ISBN13:
    978-1906307004
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Luath Press Ltd (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    64 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Anthropology
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  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
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Julie Davidson's wickedly observed profiles are complemented by Bob Dewar's witty drawings in this roguish gallery of Scots We Ke. .

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Scots We Ken. Julie Davidson Davidson Julie. Published by Select Books, Incorporated. ISBN 10: 1906307008 ISBN 13: 9781906307004. Julie Davidson. Julie Davidson's wickedly observed profiles are complemented by Bob Dewar's witty drawings in this roguish gallery of "Scots We Ken". About the Author: Julie Davidson has had a long, varied and award-winning career in Scottish and UK journalism. She was a staff writer and columnist on The Scotsman, a columnist and critic on The Herald, for whom she won five Scottish Press Awards.

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The Wake is as close to an ideal comic book as I've come across. The second half reminded me of the movie Waterworld (despite being a bad movie, Scott Snyder takes that similar concept and makes it way better). The text and visuals come together in an unsettling sort of harmony, while the tightly paced plot is guaranteed to pull you under. Sean Murphy’s art is gritty and awesome, it really fits the tone of Scott Snyder's story especially in the second half. I would recommend you pick this one up. It’s good.

Bob Dewar was born in Edinburgh. Great book written in Scots explaining Scots grammar. He was first published nationally when he was sixteen.

Natives know them. Visitors soon get to know them. Some, like the Golf Club Captain, the Last Publican and the Nippy Sweetie, are endangered species; others, like the Whisky Bore and the Munrobagger, are enduring figures on the Scottish landscape. Every generation produces its own variations on the Scottish character and it doesn't take long for the newcomers to become familiar social types like the MSP, the Yooni Yah, the Rural Commuter and the Celebrity Chieftain. Most Scots, if they're honest, will recognise a little bit of themselves in one or other of thes mischievous and frighteningly accurate portraits. Julie Davidson's wickedly observed profiles are complemented by Bob Dewar's witty drawings in this roguish gallery of "Scots We Ken".