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Alasdair Gray

Alasdair Gray

·4.01·10,106 Ratings
“ The wound is the place where the Light enters you. ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • Lanark

    2002·
    ·4.12·3,408 Ratings
    This work, originally published in 1981, has been hailed as the most influential Scottish novel of the second half of the 20th century. Its playful narrative techniques convey a profound message, personal and political, about humankind's inability to love
  • The Fall of Kelvin Walker

    1986·
    ·3.7·156 Ratings
    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 strugglin
  • A History Maker

    2005·
    ·3.56·210 Ratings
    A tale of border warfare, military and erotic, set in the twenty-third century, where the women rule the kingdom and the men play war games. This is the fictional memoir of Wat Dryhope - edited, annotated and commented upon. History has come to an end, wa
  • 1982, Janine

    1984·
    ·4.1·558 Ratings
    1982, Janine is a liberal novel of the most satisfying kind. Set over the course of one night inside the head of Jock McLeish, an aging, divorced, alcoholic, insomniac supervisor of security installations, as he tipples in the bedroom of a small Scottish
  • The Book of Prefaces: A Short History of Literate Thought in Words by Great Writers Of Four Nations From The 7th To The 20th Century

    2003·
    ·4.2·64 Ratings
    This book is a unique history of how literature spread and developed through three British nations and most North American states. This anthology gathers the work of great writers such as Geoffrey Chaucer, Lewis Carroll, John Milton, Edgar Allan Poe, and
  • The Ends of Our Tethers: 13 Sorry Stories

    2005·
    ·3.67·212 Ratings
    Fans of the work of Donald Barthelme, Kurt Vonnegut, George Saunders, and T. Coraghessan Boyle will revel in Alasdair Gray's masterful, witty collection. Gray's stories defy genre, and his angular, playful style, prodigious wit, and razor-sharp intellect
  • Poor Things

    2002·
    ·4.04·1,934 Ratings
    One of Alasdair Gray's most brilliant creations, Poor Things is a postmodern revision of Frankenstein that replaces the traditional monster with Bella Baxter--a beautiful young erotomaniac brought back to life with the brain of an infant. Godwin Baxter's
  • Ten Tales Tall and True

    1995·
    ·3.73·259 Ratings
    Gray serves up a dazzling mixture of social realism, sexual comedy,science fiction, and satire here. A New York Times Notabale Book of the Year, this is a "highly imaginative" (Newark Star-Ledger) collection of stories from "one of the sprightliest and wi
  • Old Men in Love

    2007··Dutch
    ·3.45·149 Ratings
  • Something Leather

    1990·
    ·3.58·221 Ratings
    Originally published in English as Something Leather.
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