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In a Time of Distance

And Other Poems

Written by Alexander McCall Smith / Illustrated by Iain McIntosh

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ISBN: 9781846976605
Published: 07 Mar 2024
Format: Paperback
Extent: 160
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd
Imprint: Polygon
Categories:
Poetry
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About the Book

What really counts in this life? For the writer, Alexander McCall Smith, it is friendship and love – themes that crop up time and again in his novels. And it is these themes that he explores in this collection of poems, with moments that swoop and soar, and descriptions that will make you laugh and realign your view.

This collection reminds us to look at the world differently, to stop once in while and look up at the sky.


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