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The Silent Weaver: The Extraordinary Life and Work of Angus MacPhee

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In September 1939, groups of horsemen in battledress cantered down a broad, grassy plain on the western edge of Europe. The young men of the Western Isles were going to war again. They included a tall, shy 24-year-old called Angus MacPhee (1916-97). Angus returned from war alive but in chronic mental pain and was referred to the asylum in Inverness, where he spent the next 50 years of his life there. During his time at Craig Dunain Hospital, he retreated into his own silent world, and did not speak again until shortly before his death. But 'the quiet big man' as he was known spent his time creating a huge number of objects out of woven grass, sheep's wool and beach leaves

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Author Roger Hutchinson
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 189
ISBN-13 9781841589718
Publisher Birlinn Ltd


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