Gaelic Literature  of the Isle of Skye: an annotated  bibliography   

 

Non-traditional creative prose

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The short story is well represented in this section in a wide range of styles from writers like Mŕrtainn Domhnallach, Ailean Caimbeul, Eilidh Watt etc.  Included too, is one of the few full length novels ever to be published in Gaelic, Angus Robertson’s An t-Ogha Mór.

 

There is evidence of the persistent influence of the Rev. Norman MacLeod, ‘Caraid nan Gaidheal’, in the use of the dialogue form first popularised by him in An Teachdaire Gaelach.  This may be seen in items by John Lorne Campbell and T. M. MacCalmain.

 

A number of sketches and short plays are listed, most of them the work of Domhnall Grannd.

 

 

Non-traditional creative prose writers:

 

A-C,

 

An Cabairneach,

 

D-M,    N-Z,  

 

Eilidh Watt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROSE

 

Traditional

Single items

 

Traditional:

collections

An Cabairneach

Daileach

Tormod Domhnallach I

Tormod Domhnallach II

Anna Ghreum

Gilleasbuig Aotrom

Iain MacAonghais

Aonghas Mac a’ Phi

Domhnall MacCuithein

J. G. MacKay

Hugh MacKinnon

Calum I. MacLean

Kenneth MacLeod

Niall MacLeňid

Alasdair MacNeacail

Eoghainn MacRath

Somhairle Thorburn

 

Non-traditional,

Creative

A-C,  An Cabairneach,

D-M,  N-Z,

Eilidh Watt

 

Journalism and

Miscellaneous

A-MacF,   MacG-Z

 

           

Abbreviations

 

Contact

 

 

 

 

Poetry: homepage          Bibliography: homepage

 

 

 

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