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George Mackay Brown’s work is full of a deeply evocative sense of place and history; his work shows a deep respect for, and love of the natural world, but he is always conscious that there is a spiritual, supernatural dimension to reality. In his short stories especially, there is always the possibility of grace for his characters.
Linden Bicket’s Scotnote examines ten of George Mackay Brown’s short stories, from across his long writing career, and explores their themes and characters.
- George Mackay Brown: his life and work
- A Calendar of Love (1967): ‘Master Halcrow, Priest’ and ‘The Story of Jorkel Hayforks’
- A Time to Keep (1969): ‘A Time to Keep’, ‘The Bright Spade’, ‘The Wireless Set’, and ‘The Eye of the Hurricane’
- Hawkfall (1974): ‘The Drowned Rose’ and ‘The Tarn and the Rosary’
- Andrina (1983): ‘Andrina’
- Winter Tales (1995): ‘Dancey’
Last updated 26 September 2014.