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Alasdair Gray (28 December 1934 – 29 December 2019) was a Scottish writer and artist. His first novel, Lanark (1981), written over almost 30 years, was described by The Guardian as "one of the landmarks of 20th-century fiction."

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Works

Novels

Short stories

Poetry

Translations

  • Hell: Dante's Divine Trilogy Part One Decorated and Englished in Prosaic Verse (2018) Template:ISBN
  • Purgatory: Dante's Divine Trilogy Part Two Englished in Prosaic Verse (2019) Template:ISBN

Theatre

  • Dialogue - A Duet (1971)
  • The Loss of the Golden Silence
  • Homeward Bound: A Trio for Female Chauvinists (1973)
  • Sam Lang and Miss Watson: A One Act Sexual Comedy In Four Scenes (1973)
  • McGrotty and Ludmilla (1986)
  • Working Legs: A Play for Those Without Them (1997)
  • Goodbye Jimmy (2006)
  • Fleck (2008)
  • A Gray Play Book (2009)

Television

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Radio

As illustrator

  • Songs of Scotland (Author, Wilma Patterson) (1996)




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