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Who is Alan Bold?

Alan Bold: Alan Norman Bold was a Scottish poet, biographer, and journalist. He was born in Edinburgh.

  • also known as Alan Norman Bold
  • born in (72 years ago) in Edinburgh
  • education: University of Edinburgh
  • died in (17 years ago)
  • written works: "A perpetual motion machine", "Summoned by Knox", "George Mackay Brown", "He will be greatly missed", "To Find the New", "The ballad", "Longman dictionary of poets", "The book of rotters", "A pint of bitter", "The Penguin book of Socialist verse", "The sensual Scot", "True characters", "Bright lights blaze out", "Who was really who in fiction", "Society inebrious", "In this corner", "Scotland", "Thom Gunn and Ted Hughes", "Modern Scottish literature", "Muriel Spark", "MacDiarmid", "Gunn & Hughes", "A Burns companion", "A century of people", "East is west", "The Edge of the Wood", "The State of the Nation", "The Sexual Dimension in Literature", "Poetry of Motion", "The Quest for Le Carre", "A Scottish Poetry Book"

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Google previewThe Carlyle Encyclopedia (2004)

by Mark Cumming

Alan Bold. Edinburgh: Mainstream, 1984.

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