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Nigel Tranter"s Scotland

Nigel Tranter

Nigel Tranter"s Scotland

a very personal review

by Nigel Tranter

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Scotland -- Description and travel -- 1981-

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published, Glasgow , Drew, 1981.

    Statementby Nigel Tranter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA867
    The Physical Object
    Pagination190p. :
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14946603M
    ISBN 100140066683

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Nigel Tranter is always, I find, a compelling writer. His take on the history of Scotland, like his novels, is more, as the title says, a story than a typical history book. Read more/5(35). Tranter was impeccably qualified to tell the story of Scotland, having written many books detailing the nation's rich past and he possessed an exceptional gift for storytelling.

His account begins in the years before records made traditional history possible and ends with the transformation of Scotland during the 19th century into a workshop of the world and a source of pioneers for Britain's by: 2. In this perennial bestseller, Niigel Tranter's incomparable tale of a nation's enthralling history is the most comprehensible primer on the subject yet published.

Before he passed away in JanuaryTranter had written over 70 novels and several works of non-fiction, almost all of them historical works set in : Wilson, Neil Publishing. Nigel Tranter was one of the famous Scottish author and historian. He was born on Novem and died on Januat the age of During his career, he was considered as one of the prolific authors of the historical and architectural books, many of which were related to the different design aspects of the n:   Nigel Tranter is the ultimate Scottish storyteller.

His historical novels are always gripping to the last page, not sparing the reader the sometimes horrific endings the leaders of Scotland came to (think William Wallace).

He always gets into the heads and the hearts of characters that are just names and dry facts in any other history book/5(24). Nigel Tranter became a published author in with the non-fiction book The Fortalices and Early Mansions of Southern Scotland, His debut as a. In a career spanning over 65 years, Nigel Tranter has produced more than titles and has established a reputation as one of Scotland’s leading historical novelists.

To mark his 90th birthday, this book tells the storyteller’s story. Scotland's story cannot be told merely in terms of documentary evidence, for this would be to neglect an integral part of the nation's heritage. The legends, myths, stories and memories handed down from generation to generation must be added to the bare bones of factual record if the character of the country is to be truly revealed.

Nigel Tranter. About the Author Until his death in JanuaryNigel Tranter was one of Scotland's most prolific authors with over titles written. He was actively involved in the restoration of some of Scotland's fortified houses.

He specialised in Scottish historical fiction and wrote over 70 novels/5(50). The Bruce Trilogy: The thrilling story of Scotland’s great hero, Robert the Bruce: "Steps to the Empty Throne", "Price of the King's Peace" and "Path of the Hero King" (Coronet Books) by Nigel Tranter.

A revealing read - the life of an intelligent and prolific writer - his heart squarely with his Scotland. When Tranter moved after living almost 50 years at Quarry house, to a new, compact, modern little home in Gullane, the walls were lined with " hardbacks and half as many paperback editions" that marked Tranter's path through life.4/5.

The Scottish author Nigel Tranter wrote many novels based on historical events and figures. This page includes those of his historical novels set in Scotland in the period – This begins with the death of Alexander III, which precipitated the Contest for the Crown and the Wars of Scottish Independence.

The period closes with the Union of the Crowns inwhen James VI of Scotland acceded the. The story of Scotland by Nigel Tranter is his way of telling the history or rather overview of Scotland from the times of the Picts, Columba, to the Canmores, Bruces, Stewarts and finally through the Jacobite rebellions and the Highland by: 2.

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He married Jean Campbell Grieve inand his first book was published a year later – The Fortalices and Early Mansions of Southern Scotland, which he illustrated himself He turned to fiction, and became a full-time writer in In this perennial bestseller, Niigel Tranter's incomparable tale of a nation's enthralling history is the most comprehensible primer on the subject yet published.

Before he passed away in JanuaryTranter had written over 70 novels and several works of non-fiction, /5(46). Nigel Tranter was able to combine the two with a masterly hand, expertly weaving the colourful threads of folklore into the fabric of historical fact.

Tranter was impeccably qualified to tell the story of Scotland, having written many books detailing the nation's rich past and he.

of Scotland, the story of the conquests and courage of this hero king is a living tribute to a renowned legend. A thrilling story of the Scottish Isles in the 12th century by Nigel Tranter, master /5(2).

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