Iain Crichton Smith, OBE was a Scottish poet and novelist, who wrote in both
English and Gaelic. He was born in Glasgow, but moved to the isle of Lewis at
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By 1990 Iain Crichton Smith's collected poems number just over nine hundred.
His two collections of short stories contain one hundred and forty four individual ...
Oct 15, 1998 ... Iain Crichton Smith, Lewis-wise, threw his lovely things away with rapid off-hand
delivery, no bloom on it. This was despite his conviction, ...
Sep 15, 2015 ... Alasdair Smith and Lorri Dauncey (CoKHGP manager) ... 429 Park Ave (H15-804
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Jan 1, 2005 ... Iain Crichton Smith was, and is, lovingly acknowledged as one of ... Consider the
Lilies - Iain Crichton Smith (1968) ... Ian Crichton Smith ...
Iain Crichton Smith was raised on Lewis and much of his poetry is grounded in
the strict Presbyterian culture of the island, and his protest against it. He wrote ...
Hugh MacDiarmid: Sangschaw and A Drunk Man. Looks at the Thistle. Ian
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Iain Crichton Smith was too young to witness the shipwreck of the Iolaire. Ship
which was ... Ian Crichton Smith moved to the Isle of Lewis at the age of two.