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The richness of this novel and the pleasures of its language and form are sufficient affirmation, a real message of hope" New York Times "Made me realise that contemporary fiction would still be a vivid and vital way of interpreting the world.

The influence of James Joyce, and. Laurence Stern, is very evident, but Gray does not seem merely derivative from these masters. He is very much his own man" DAVID LODGE " , Janine is not pornography but a thoughtful and sad study of the human predicament; to be trapped in a world where the little man, woman or country will always be exploited by the big bullies" Irish Independent. The unforgettable, challenging and experimental second novel from the author of Lanark.

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In Stock. Seller Inventory Retrieved 13 April ITF Tennis. Alasdair Gray born 28 December is a Scottish writer and artist. His acclaimed first novel, Lanark , written over almost 30 years, was described by The Guardian as "one of the landmarks of 20th-century fiction. His works combine realism, fantasy, and science fiction, plus clever use of typography and his own illustrations. He has also written in support of socialism and Scottish independence and on the history of English literature.

He has been seen as "a creative polymath with an integrated politico-philosophic vision",[5] and "perhaps the greatest living [writer] in this archipelago today",[6] and by himself as "a fat, spectacled, balding, increasingly old Glasgow pedestrian". His father had been wounded in the First World War and worked at the time. A comedian is one who entertains through comedy, such as jokes and other forms of humour. Following is a list of comedians, comedy groups, and comedy writers. Irvine Welsh born 27 September is a Scottish novelist, playwright and short story writer.

His novel Trainspotting was made into a film of the same name. His work is characterised by a raw Scots dialect and brutal depiction of Edinburgh life. He has also written plays and screenplays, and directed several short films. His father was a dock worker in Leith until bad health forced him to quit, after which he became a carpet salesman; he died when Welsh was Welsh left Ainslie Park High School when he was 16 and then completed a City and Guilds course in electrical engineering.

He became an apprentice TV repairman until an electric shock persuaded. Delvene Delaney born 26 August , Queensland is an Australian actress of soap opera and film, television presenter and singer. Career The beauty pageant winner found fame on Australian television in the s, initially as a weather presenter on Brisbane television[1]. She also made regular appearances as a panel member on the game show Blankety Blanks from to She was co-presenter on the quiz show Sale of the Century from to [5][6].

Liana is a model and actress, and Allira is a photographer. Written over a period of almost thirty years, it combines realist and dystopian surrealist depictions of his home city of Glasgow. In , The Guardian heralded Lanark as "one of the landmarks of 20th-century fiction. In the Epilogue, the author explains this by saying that "I want Lanark to be read in one order but eventually thought of in another", and that the epilogue itself is "too important" to go at the end.

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Her father was a semi-professional football player[3] before becoming a tire salesman and a partner in a Firestone franchise called Travolta Tires. The book was adapted from Gray's earlier play of the same title. It was originally published by Canongate in and the revised text was published by Penguin Books in Plot summary Kelvin, freed from his strict Calvinist upbringing through discovering Nietzsche and "the divine Ingersoll" in the library of his home town of Glaik, travels to swinging-sixties London to succeed as a television interviewer and newspaper columnist through nothing more than his aptitude for spin and a diabolical will to power, only to return, chastened, to Scotland and to God.

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Drawing on a mixture of Scottish archetypes and British stereotypes and expressing all the author's cynicism towards religion, the media and the imperial British centre, this brief fable was reportedly inspired by Gray's own visit to London as a struggling artist to record a documentary called Under The Helmet in which he tried to increase his sales by suggesting that he was dead.

She is best known for her portrayal of Dr. Besch also appeared in a number of television series and received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Army captain, married. Regarding the album, guitarist Chris Connick stated that the album features "ten tracks of misery and place, from Lanarkshire,"[1] and noted that it "differ[ed] sonically from Mend quite a bit. The songs are more layered, and we used a lot more electronics and beats on this album.

We were more interested in layers of vocals and instruments, with. It forms part of a contiguous urban area with Gourock to the west and Port Glasgow to the east. History Name Place-name scholar William J. Smith described the alternative derivation from Commo. Sara Shaarawi stands in a derelict biscuit factory in Glasgow holding a Megaphone in a promotional image for the Workers Theatre.

Sara Shaarawi born is an Egyptian playwright and producer. She is chiefly known for her work in Scottish Theatre.

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Recommended to Alan by: Sordid imaginings; long, lonely nights. I don't know where to begin. So much has been said already about Janine. The book doesn't need my apologetics—odds are, it'll just make you sad, unhappy or angry anyway. You could do a lot worse than to just read Will Self 's Introduction to this edition, before proceeding on to the thing itself.

But I want to share my impressions, even so. I get more out of it upon each rereading.