Gilian The Dreamer

by Neil Munro

A quite original picture of West Highland life in a small country town, perhaps Inverary (the author's birthplace), as it might have been in 1850. The main current of the story is psychological, being the inward history of Gilian, the dreamer, the artist or poet, a plastic, ultra-sensitive, imaginative nature in whom action is, as in Prince Hamlet, sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought.

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excellent
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