Iain Crichton Smith, OBE (Gaelic: Iain Mac a' Ghobhainn; 1 January 1928 – 15 October 1998) was a Scottish poet and novelist, who wrote in both English and Gaelic.
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Iain Crichton Smith was raised on Lewis and much of his poetry is grounded in the strict Presbyterian culture of the island, and his protest against it.
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Iain Crichton Smith (1928 - 1998) (his gaelic name was Iain Mac a ‘Ghobhainn’) was born in Glasgow in 1928, Smith grew up from the age of two on the island of ...
The Contribution of Iain Crichton Smith Edwin Morgan ScotLit 23, Winter 2000. SEE ALSO: The Poetry of Iain Crichton Smith Scotnote: I’d like to begin with a brief ...
Ian Crichton Smith. The Crater. The Telegram. In Church. The Painter. The Red Door ...
Iain Crichton Smith, I think, really didn't set very great store by his English prose fiction, though now that Alan Warner has made Oban world- famous in fiction, ...
Iain Crichton Smith (Iain Mac a’Ghobhainn) was born in Glasgow, Scotland’s second-largest city, but moved to the Hebridean island of Lewis when he was two.