Strachan Shane

Books by Strachan Shane

nevertheless: sparkian tales in bulawayo

August 1937: Nineteen-year-old Muriel Spark is making her way from Edinburgh to Southern Rhodesia in search of a new life with her husband-to-be. What she discovers a country of divides, the sharpest between husband and wife. When the world goes to war around her, she must find and follow her literary destiny to survive. November 2016: Duncan, a young Scottish doctor from Aberdeen, unknowingly traces Sparkís steps in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and similarly faces up to the reality of life in the edge. Nevertheless is a series of short fictions published in celebration of Muriel Sparkís centenary in 2018, with support from Creative Scotland. Best known as the author of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Dame Muriel Spark was a poet, writer of fiction, criticism and literary biography, and was at the top of her profession, internationally, for more than half a century.


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