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    The Past in Bits

    Dad slowly lifted the white sheet covering the awkward-looking heap in the corner of the scullery and found us underneath pretending to be chairs. It […]

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    Paul Tritschler 15th Mar'17 2
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    Porridge at Ballinluig

    This the Scottish Enlightenment – an age in which Voltaire wrote, “We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation.” The dead tell a […]

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    Paul Tritschler 1st Mar'17 4
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    When Harry Met Stalin

    Gorbals library, the first public lending library in Glasgow, started life in 1901. The etymology is uncertain; some claim the name Gorbals has its roots […]

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    Paul Tritschler 2nd Feb'17 3
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    The Summer Between and Before

    The North On Monday the 27th of July in the morning, I left Kilburn and London for Donny in my Fiesta, and hung tight on […]

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    London Clay 17th Dec'15 3
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    The Climate

    The Climate It was an old car, slow as literature. Wings muddy and bulbous; seats stitched and cold, of overlapped leather; the stick a clammy […]

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    John Aberdein 29th Nov'15 0
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    Ten Days That Shook the Walk

    A short story by Meaghan Delahunt After draining the bottle of tequila, John Reed says:  I am very fond of Mexico. I like Mexicans too. […]

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    Meaghan Delahunt 3rd Jun'15 26

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