George Douglas Brown's 'the House With the Green Shutters'
The House with the Green Shutters is a dark, provocative novel, shining a harsh and unforgiving light into the inner recesses of small-town Scotland at the turn of the last century. Written as a response to social change, and as an antidote to the sentimentality of the 'Kailyard' school, the author called it "a brutal and bloody work" - although a thread of sly humour runs through the book as we... More
|Publisher||Association for Scottish Literary Studies|
|# of Pages||40|
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