The Dancers Inherit the Party and Glasgow Beasts, An' a Burd

The Dancers Inherit the Party and Glasgow Beasts An a Burd None

  • Title: The Dancers Inherit the Party and Glasgow Beasts, An' a Burd
  • Author: Ian Hamilton Finlay
  • ISBN: 9781904598138
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Ian Hamilton Finlay

      Ian Hamilton Finlay was a Scottish poet, writer, artist and gardener He was educated at Dollar Academy and joined the British Army in 1942.At the end of the war, Finlay worked as a shepherd, before beginning to write short stories and poems, while living on Rousay, in Orkney He published his first book, The Sea Bed and Other Stories in 1958 with some of his plays broadcast on the BBC, and some stories featured in The Glasgow Herald.His first collection of poetry, The Dancers Inherit the Party was published in 1960 by Migrant Press with a second edition published in 1962 In 1963, Finlay published Rapel, his first collection of concrete poetry poetry in which the layout and typography of the words contributes to its overall effect , and it was as a concrete poet that he first gained wide renown Much of this work was issued through his own Wild Hawthorn Press, in his magazine Poor.Old.Tired.Horse.Later, Finlay began to compose poems to be inscribed into stone, incorporating these sculptures into the natural environment This kind of poem object features in the garden Little Sparta that he and Sue Finlay created together in the Pentland Hills near Edinburgh.

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