Mr and Mrs Scotland are Dead
Kathleen Jamie is one of Britain's leading poets. Her work is intelligent and subtle, her language inventive and refreshing. Mr and Mrs Scotland Are Dead is a selection from her early collections, from times of change and travel. It reveals the generous range of her concerns, from life in the wilder parts of Pakistan and Tibet to the 'difficult questions' of identity posed in her celebrated volume, The Queen of Sheba. She has since gone on to publish Jizzen (Picador 1999) which, like The Queen of Sheba, was shorlisted for both the T S Eliot and Forward Prizes.
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