Sunset Song - Lewis Grassic Gibbon Reviews
Description:ISBN 1904598668 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lewis Grassic Gibbon / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 263 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Young Chris Guthrie lives a brutal life in the harsh landscape of ...
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Sunset Song is the classic story of a young Scottish girl in a farming community in the 1900s. Shocking at the time of release as it was written by a man from the point of view of a young woman,it gives voice to an era long since gone and a way of life fading fast. At first,the writing style may put the reader off - it's written in Scots,in long sentences that to someone with no knowledge of the Scottish tongue may find impossible to understand. However,persevere. If you get past the initial discomfort of it being a bit hard to understand,you'll become aquainted with a lot of lively,likeable and fiery characters who will help to bring rural ... Read the complete review
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