It has been said that Hugh MacDiarmid (1892-1978) was 'the single most powerful cultural force in 20th century Scotland, a great poet, a revolutionary thinker, a political extremist, a social liability and a solitary introvert, and while public familiarity with his work has waxed and waned, nevertheless his influence continues, incalculably deep and long-lasting.'
A performed reading by Dolina MacLennan and Alan Riach.
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