George Mackay Brown Summary

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Biographies (4)

4,354 words, approx. 15 pages
George Mackay Brown is probably the greatest living Scottish writer. Since 1954 he has had published eleven volumes of poetry, which have met with both critical and popular success. At the age of fort... Read more
6,616 words, approx. 23 pages
George Mackay Brown is not only a poet but also an acknowledged novelist and a sensitive writer of short stories and plays. His successes in poetry and the prose narrative are considerable, and the re... Read more
6,635 words, approx. 23 pages
Now past seventy, George Mackay Brown is unique among modern British writers in the scope, nature, and integrity of his achievements. A major part of his distinctiveness lies in the way he has created... Read more
5,918 words, approx. 20 pages
To say that Orkney was important to George Mackay Brown's art is to understate massively. For Brown, Orkney was the source of his art. Its presence is all-pervasive in his poetry and in his prose work... Read more