The Sardana Dancers

By Robin Jenkins

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Set in a small Spanish seaside town, this work includes many personalities: twins Jonathan and Maddy Braxmead, unsure of their creative talents and in crisis; John Lynedoch, an aggressive, working-class Glaswegian painter; beautiful Barcelona student, Montserrat, who arouses ferocious jealousy, and her brother, a well-known Catalan patriot.

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Set in a small Spanish seaside town, "The Sardana Dancers" brings to life many personalities: twins Jonathan and Maddy Braxmead, unsure of their creative talents and in crisis; John Lynedoch, an aggressive, working-class Glaswegian painter; beautiful Barcelona student, Montserrat, who arouses ferocious jealousy, and her brother, a well-known Catalan patriot. The characters dance in a turmoil of emotion and intrigue.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Birlinn Limited
Publication Date 27 Sep 2006
ISBN 9781904598886
Number of Pages 352

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'His persistent creativity for a half-century makes this Scottish writer worthy of the greatest respect throughout the English-language world.' PAUL BINDING, THE GUARDIAN 'Let me alert everyone to the best-kept secret in modern British literature ... if you are interested in books that are humane and wise, not slick and cynical; then treat yourself this year to some Robin Jenkins.' ANDREW MARR 'Many people can produce a novel, but very few are authentic writers whose sentences and paragraphs give intrinsic pleasure. Jenkins is one of them.' J B PICK 'Jenkins [is] a remarkable writer whose gentlest touch induces the greatest of pleasures.' THE TIMES

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