So You Think You Know Scotland? PDF ePub eBook

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So You Think You Know Scotland? free pdf Did you know Morris dancing was just as popular in Scotland as it was in England from the 15th to the 17th century until it was banned by the Church of Scotland? Did you know 11 percent of all Nobel prizes have been awarded to Scotsmen? Did you know Scotland has the highest proportion of redheads in the world? Sometimes those places that seem most familiar to us are actually more alien that we think. Take a journey with us through the weird, wonderful and downright bizarre facts of Scottish life, culture and heritage. With stunning full colour illustrations by award-winning artist Judith Hastie, we guarantee that you will be surprised and maybe even a little shocked by what you learn about those neighbours you thought you knew.

About Adrian Searle

Adrian Searle works in design and publishing, edits literary magazine Gutter, and has edited a number of award-winning anthologies of new writing. He commissioned and co-wrote the award-winning graphic novel Dougie's War and, with Judith Hastie created 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle, which won two Scottish Design Awards, and If Dogs Could Swear. Adrian is the author of Look Up Edinburgh and the co-author with David Barbour of Look Up Glasgow and Look Up London. Judith Hastie is a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and has been an artist and illustrator for a number of years, her work regularly appearing in magazines, books and advertising. She provided the illustrations for 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle.

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Author : Adrian Searle
Publisher : Freight Books
Data Published : 25 August 2015
ISBN : 1908754893
EAN : 9781908754899
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 96 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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