Scottish Journey ebook
by Edwin Muir
Edwin Muir, Scottish Journey (Mainstream Publishing, 1935). Edwin Muir is a pretty good writer, when he sticks to travelogues and abstract philosophy. He doesn't do so in Scottish Journey, though one would think so from the first hundred pages.
Edwin Muir (15 May 1887 – 3 January 1959) was a Scottish poet, novelist and translator
Edwin Muir (15 May 1887 – 3 January 1959) was a Scottish poet, novelist and translator. His wife, Willa Muir, translated the works of many German authors, including Franz Kafka. These were issued under their joint names, but his wife notes that he "only helped".
Edwin Muir's Scottish Journey has the clarity and impact of a brilliant photograph
Edwin Muir's Scottish Journey has the clarity and impact of a brilliant photograph. For writing of this kind it has no real rival in the inter-war years. Muir held up a mirror to the face of Scotland all those years ago. It is frightening to see so many recognisable features in its glass.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Edwin Muir's journey took him from Edinburgh to the Lowlands.
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Edwin Muir was born in Deerness, Orkney, on 15 May 1887
Edwin Muir was born in Deerness, Orkney, on 15 May 1887. His father was a farmer but in 1901 he lost his farm and they left Orkney to live in Glasgow, a move with tragic consequences. Muir’s father, mother and two brothers died in fairly quick succession and the teenage Muir had to find work; he was employed in a series of grindingly awful jobs in offices and factories, the latter including one where charcoal was produced from bones.
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In 1934 the Orcadian poet Edwin Muir embarked on his iconic 'Scottish Journey' a set of travels round .
In 1934 the Orcadian poet Edwin Muir embarked on his iconic 'Scottish Journey' a set of travels round depression-era Scotland where he tried to get to grips with Scottish identity and to consider what the future held for a country whose industries were being devastated by a recession. This week we reach the end of Muir's journey in Orkney heading with teacher and author Simon Hall to the tiny island of Wyre where the poet was brought up. Muir thought Orkney was the best of all possible worlds with its mix of farming, technology and timelessness.
Scottish poet, critic, novelist and translator. Margery Palmer McCulloch: Edwin Muir and a story of Europe (Oxford University Press Blog). Or illustrations in a book of knights. We did not dare go near them. Yet they waited, Stubborn and shy, as if they had been sent By an old command to find our whereabouts And that long-lost archaic companionship.
A Scottish Journey - Personal Impressions of Modern Scotland' is out now! Written by enaney and published by hPress. Free event: James McEnaney: A Scottish Journey 11 Oct kwellEdin Inspired by Edwin Muir’s travels around Scotland in 1934, this year Enaney set off on his own Scottish Journey-a 1500-mile exploration of the nation’s communities.