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The Well at the World's End By Neil Gunn

The Well at the World's End by Neil Gunn

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Summary

History professor Peter Munro is on a quest for spiritual truth. While on his physical journey in the Scottish Highlands seeking the well at the world's end, he encounters a variety of characters, from fishermen to illicit whisky distillers, who enable him to discover that the key to eternal happiness is unconditional love.

The Well at the World's End Summary

The Well at the World's End by Neil Gunn

History professor Peter Munro is on a quest for spiritual truth. While on his physical journey in the Scottish Highlands seeking the well at the world's end, he encounters a variety of characters, from fishermen to illicit whisky distillers, who enable him to discover that the key to eternal happiness is unconditional love.

The Well at the World's End Reviews

'Modern Scottish fiction reaches its highest peak in the novels of Neil M. Gunn ... he transcends regionalism and acquires universality'

* The Scotsman *

About Neil Gunn

Neil M. Gunn was born in Dunbeath, Caithness, in 1891, the seventh of nine children. Gunn left home to live with his sister and her family, was educated privately and passed Civil Service exams in 1907. Throughout the 1920s he published short stories and his first novel, The Grey Coast. He wrote many other books, including The Silver Darlings (1941) and his autobiography, The Atom of Delight (1956). He died in 1973.

Additional information

GOR001381308
9781846970276
184697027X
The Well at the World's End by Neil Gunn
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Birlinn General
2008-07-01
304
N/A
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