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by Fionn MacColla

  • Author: Fionn MacColla
  • ISBN: 0285623842
  • ISBN13: 978-0285623842
  • ePub: 1975 kb | FB2: 1254 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Souvenir Press (1979)
  • Pages: 262
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Thomas Douglas MacDonald who wrote under the pen name Fionn MacColla, was a Scottish novelist closely associated with the Scottish Renaissance

Thomas Douglas MacDonald who wrote under the pen name Fionn MacColla, was a Scottish novelist closely associated with the Scottish Renaissance. MacDonald was brought up as a member of the Plymouth Brethern. He trained as a teacher in Aberdeen and took up his first post at the age of 19, as a headmaster in Wester Ross. In 1926 he went to Palestine, where he taught in the United Free Church's College Thomas Douglas MacDonald who wrote under the pen name Fionn MacColla, was a Scottish novelist closely associated with the Scottish Renaissance.

Fionn Mac Colla (born Thomas Douglas MacDonald; 4 March 1906 – 20 July 1975) was a Scottish novelist closely connected to the Scottish Renaissance. He was a good personal friend of Hugh MacDiarmid and Helen Cruickshank.

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Fionn MacColla is commemorated in Makars' Court, outside The Writers' Museum, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh. At the Sign of the Clenched Fist - (1967). Philosophical Polemic. The Ministers (1979). Move Up, John (1994). Ane Tryall of Heretiks (play, Edinburgh Festival 1963). After nearly 20 years living in the Western Isles, Mac Colla returned to Edinburgh where he died of heart failure in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary on 20 July, 1975. Selections for Makars' Court are made by The Writers' Museum; The Saltire Society; The Scottish Poetry Library At the Sign of the Clenched Fist - (1967).

Fionn MacColla в толковых словарях и энциклопедиях. Fionn MacColla (Tom MacDonald) born Thomas Douglas MacDonald was a Scottish novelist closely connected to the Scottish Renaissance. His best known novels are "The Albannach" and "And the Cock crew".

Fionn Mac Colla was a Scottish novelist closely connected to the Scottish Renaissance

Fionn Mac Colla was a Scottish novelist closely connected to the Scottish Renaissance.

Find sources: "Fionn MacColla" – news · newspapers · books · scholar . "Portrait of a Young Scotsman: Fionn MacColla, 1906 - 1975". National Galleries of Scotland. Retrieved 2 May 2019.

Find sources: "Fionn MacColla" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Fionn Mac Colla (born Thomas Douglas MacDonald; 4 March 1906 – 20 July 1975) was a Scottish novelist closely connected to the Scottish Renaissance.