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ISBN:
0955266424
Author:
George Gunn
Category:
Poetry
Publisher:
Braevalla Press (May 10, 2013)
Pages:
60 pages
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A Northerly Land book. He has written over twenty stage plays, plays George Gunn is a Scottish author and poet

A Northerly Land book. He has written over twenty stage plays, plays George Gunn is a Scottish author and poet. He is the founder of Grey Coast Theatre Company in 1992 and with them has produced many plays and educational projects. In the 1970s and 80s he worked in the fishing industry and in the North Sea oil industry and his first play on that theme, Roughneck, was performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh in 1984.

George Gunn is from Thurso in Caithness where he lives with his wife Christine. In (2013) he published his 8th book of poems "A Northerly Land". He has had over 50 plays produced for stage and radio since 1984 the latest being Three Thousand Trees (2014, Edinburgh Festival). He writes the "From The Province of the Cat" column for the magazine Bella Caledonia. A prose book about Caithness, The Province of the Cat was published by The Islands Book Trust in 2015.

George Gunn (13 June 1879 – 29 June 1958) was an English cricketer who played in 15 Tests from 1907 to 1930. Along with other notable batsmen such as Jack Hobbs, Frank Woolley and Phil Mead, he was one of a group who, beginning their first-class careers in the Edwardian Era, seemed to go on for ever. In Gunn's case, it was from 1902 to 1932, in the course of which he made more runs for Nottinghamshire than anyone else, before or since: 31,592 at 3. 0.

A Northerly Land' is a brilliantly multi-layered, sumptuously textured tapestry of traditional and contemporary elements, live .

A Northerly Land' is a brilliantly multi-layered, sumptuously textured tapestry of traditional and contemporary elements, live instrumentation and digital wizardry, music and the spoken word, by turns euphorically funky, thrillingly adventurous and profoundly moving.

George Meegan (born 2 December 1952) is a British adventurer and alternative educator best known for his unbroken walk of the Western Hemisphere from the southern tip of South America to the northernmost part of Alaska at Prudhoe Bay. This journey o. . This journey on foot was of 19,019 miles (30,608 km) in 2,425 days (1977–1983) and is documented in his book The Longest Walk (1988).

Northern Lands, the second volume of the second series of Young America Abroad, describes the varied experience of the juvenile tourists of the Academy Squadron in the Baltic, and during their journeys in Russia and Prussia, and their voyages between the different ports in these.

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Little George was kept from the public school, because the gamut was there taught. He might go to no place where music would be heard, and no musical instrument was permitted in the house. But nature, aided by the wiser mother, triumphed. It was a sort of piano, and the strings were muffled with cloth. One of these spinets was smuggled into the garret of Dr. Handel's house. At night, George would steal up to the attic and practise upon it. But not a tinkle could the watchful father hear. Before the child was seven years of age he had taught himself to play upon the dumb instrument. One day Dr. Handel started to visit a son in the service of a German duke.

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