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The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject, with 445 photographs and illustrations. Plus an extensive index.
The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive index. 168 photographs and illustrations - mostly color. Free of charge in digital PDF format on Google Books.
Includes the Transactions and proceedings of the Society 1909-55 (called "third series" 1909-30).
We're a punk band. A politically motivated Marxist punk band thit waants tae bring doun the rich by any means necessary! It's 1978. Unemployment and violence darken every Glasgow close; Scotland have been knocked out of the World Cup; Grease is at the top of the charts and seminal Scottish punk band The Jaggy Nettles are imploding. The Jaggy Nettles will be reuniting on stage to perform brand new punk-inspired songs, keeping the spirit of '78 alive. Whatever Happened to the Jaggy Nettles? redefines young punks of the 1970s as naive, asexual, idealistic, poetic, wonderful and doomed. It is a play about empowerment and feeling the future is there to be changed; a story as relevant today as ever. This edition was published to coincide with the February 2020 run at Scottish Youth Theatre.
A postmodern novel of melancholy memory and erotic fantasy—“a filthy tour de force”—by the acclaimed Scottish author of Lanark (The Washington Post). 1982, Janine is a searing portrait of male need and inadequacy, as explored via the lonely sexual fantasies of Jock McLeish, failed husband, lover, and businessman. Alone in a hotel room, Jock attempts again and again to escape the realities of his life through an elaborate sadomasochistic fantasy featuring a woman named Janine. As various memories—from childhood to marriage to his present predicament—invade his imagination, Jock reels through this endlessly inventive black comedy of a man’s mind. An unforgettably challenging book about power and powerlessness, men and women, masters and servants, small countries and big countries, Alasdair Gray’s exploration of the politics of pornography has lost none of its power to shock. “1982, Janine has a verbal energy, an intensity of vision that has mostly been missing from the English novel since D.H. Lawrence.” —New York Times “1982, Janine revived my flagging impetus to continue writing myself.” —Jonathan Coe, winner of the 2019 Costa Novel Award

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