By Norman MacLean

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Another comic masterpiece from Norman Maclean. Follow the misadventures of the vain, the deluded, and the greedy, all desperate get a piece of the government's million pound fund. It's brilliant and hilarious satire on the perennial themes of greed, lust and folly.

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In 'Contracts', the concluding novel of his highly acclaimed comedy trilogy, Norman Maclean writes with insight and elan about the birth and horrible growing pains of a new creature: Gaelic television. Get to know the greedy - mainly male - apparatchiks of the Gaelic Broadcasting Fund and all the deluded and vain hustlers which are in a frenzy to join the feeding trough of public money provided by the government's injection of 10 million into Gaelic broadcasting. Norman Maclean's brilliant and hilarious satire is another virtuoso performance on the perennial themes of greed, lust and folly.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Birlinn Limited
Publication Date 30 Apr 2012
ISBN 9781780270654
Number of Pages 176

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