Ten Tales Tall and True - Alasdair Gray Reviews
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Newest Review: ... book contains more tales than ten so the title is a tall tale too. I would spoil my book if I shortened it, spoil the title ... more
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by - written on 01/10/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
This is another of Alasdair Gray's attempts to plug the gap till the next advance comes through for another epic like Lanark, which sadly I doubt we will ever see. Ten Tales tall & True isn't exactly as it says on the cover. Just read this from the dustjacket: This book contains more tales than ten so the title is a tall tale too. I would spoil my book if I shortened it, spoil the title if I made it true'. I love that! I also love the fact that this book is more accessible than some of his others - in general I am not a fan of 'great' literature, and in my opinion Gray has indeed produced some great ... Read the complete review
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