Taking the Gate: A Journey Through Scotland (Poetry)

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In the summer of 1994, guided by the image of his childhood, award-winning Canadian poet Stephen Scobie returned to his native Scotland and set out on a journey that took him through the country's most beautiful and historic regions. The lyrical meditations of Taking the Gate are part poetry, part prose; part travel writing, part autobiography and create an evocative account of the rediscovery of landscape and memory. Photographs extend the author's portrayal and chronicle his experiences as past and present converge.

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You Are The Golden Eternity Because There Is
Altiora Petimus
Ardlessie
Auchtermuchty
Blackwaterfoot
The Blind Harper
Carnoustie
Cead Deireannach Nam Beann
Claonaig
Culloden
Dinner With Robin
Edinburgh
Edinburgh: High Street Ghazal
Eilean Donan
Elegies
Gamesh On Glasgow
Glencoe
Haar
It Never Rains
Kilmartin Gala Day
Kishmul's Galley
The Last Song Of Ossian
Marty's House
A Mhic Iain 'ic Sheumais
Oban/mull/staffa/iona
On The Road
On The Shore At Elgol
Runrig
Scenes From A Glasgow Childhood
Scotland's Secret Bunker
Single-track Road With Passing Places
Sound Of Kerrera
St. Andrews
The Standing Stones Of Machrie Moor
Stepps
Suilven
Summer Elephants
There Must Be Some Way Out Of Here (1)
There Must Be Some Way Out Of Here (2)
There Must Be Some Way Out Of Here (3)
Three Graves
Two Castles
Two Songs
The Ubiquitous Chip
The White Sands
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