Poetry


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    Bà€ird Ghleann Dail: A Selection Of Songs And Poems
    - Hardback - John Donald
    Celebrates the poetry of the well-known Gaelic bard Neil Macleod, with translations, background notes and melodies.
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    A Bird Is Not A Stone: An Anthology Of Contemporary Palestinian Poetry
    - Paperback - Freight
    This is a major collection of contemporary Palestinian poetry translated by 25 of Scotland's very best writers including Don Paterson, Jackie Kay, James Robertson, Jen Hadfield, Kathleen Jamie, Vicki Feaver, Alasdair Gray, Douglas Dunn, and Andrew Greig.
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    Bevel
    William Letford - Paperback - Carcanet
    This is a vivid, funny and moving first collection of poems by a critically acclaimed contributor to 'New Poetries V'.
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    The Bees
    Carol Ann Duffy - Paperback - Picador
    'The Bees' is a collection of poetry from the pen of Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy. Weaving through the book is its presiding spirit, the bee, symbolizing what we have left of grace in the world and what is most precious for us to protect.
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    Broons' The Nicht Afore Christmas: A Christmas Poem
    - Paperback - Waverley
    It's Christmas Eve at Glebe Street and the Broons are fu' o' Christmas spirit. But Granpaw's no' happy. The Bairn has gied him a tricky request. He disnae ken it yet, but he's going on quite an adventure. There's no chance of any piece an' quiet in Glebe Street with Santa around.
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    The Bells Of Hope
    Roddy Lumsden - Paperback - Penned in the Margins
    'The Bells of Hope' is a series of 51 poems, all of them in a short form Lumsden has developed, in which metaphor and truth swirl in one short and three long lines. The poems collectively chart a time of change in the poet's life, delighting in unusual words and tumbling images, in poems whose titles run from A to Z and back to A.
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    The Bees
    Carol Ann Duffy - Hardback - Picador
    'The Bees' is a collection of poetry from the pen of Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy. Weaving through the book is its presiding spirit, the bee, symbolizing what we have left of grace in the world and what is most precious for us to protect.
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    A Back End Winnow: Poems And Prose Poems
    Ian Balfour Kerr - Paperback - Argyll
    Ian Balfour Kerr was born in Australia but subsequently brought up and schooled in rural Scotland. This is a collection of his poems and prose poems.
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    The Breakfast Room
    Stewart Conn - Paperback - Bloodaxe
    The waif-like figure peering from Bonnard's 'The Breakfast Room' instils a sense of mystery and marginality in Stewart Conn's title-poem. Among other portents of transience in his latest collection are two briefly glimpsed duck shooters.
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    Bho Leabhar-Latha Maria Malibran
    C. Whyte - Paperback - Acair
    Having taught Scottish literature at the University of Glasgow for many years, Christopher Whyte now lives and writes full-time in Budapest, Hungary. This volume presents a selection of his poems.

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