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Angus Macintyre's Ceilidh Collection: Poems of Highland Life


Angus Macintyre's Ceilidh Collection: Poems of Highland Life

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  • PDF | 64 pages
  • Angus Macintyre(Author)
  • Famedram Publishers Ltd; New edition edition (1 July 2002)
  • English
  • 6
  • Poetry, Drama & Criticism
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  • By Highlander on 1 October 2007

    Fond memories bring the light of other days around me,the smiles ,the tears,the boyhood years, the words of love then spoken,and as I read this I drifted back in my thoughts and in my understanding down the long years to my own boyhood in Argyll and the cheerful hearts I knew aye and still know.Many of the places mentioned in the book I know intimately and well and I travelled on the Lochinvar myself to many an Island ceilidh of the real kind with good solid friends.Anyone who knows and loves the real Scotland and especially the west coast will love this little volume and laugh at the adventures and thoughts relayed here.Even if Mactavish himself from "the Vital Spark" was to manifest himself on Inverary pier and the wee puffer itself alongside he would be demanding the skipper get a copy o this chust dandy book for the engine room chust now only mind.

  • By Miss Muffet on 26 December 2013

    I was intorduced to the small scottish poetry book by a friend and liked it I also knew Ian Crighton Smith quite well and noted his comments at the beginning of the book. I'm glad to have it in my small library.

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