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Lean Tales (1985) (with James Kelman and Agnes Owens) (1995). Every Short Story by Alasdair Gray 1951-2012. Ten Tales Tall & True (1993). The Ends of Our Tethers: 13 Sorry Stories. ISBN 978-1-84195-626-8. ISBN 978-0-85786-562-5. Postmodern Strategies in Alasdair Gray's Lanark: A Life in Four Books, Luis de Juan (2003). Shades of Gray: Science Fiction, History and the Problem of Postmodernism in the Work of Alasdair Gray, Dietmar Böhnke (2004).
Lean Tales (1985) (with James Kelman and Agnes Owens) (1995), ISBN 978-0-09-958541-1. Retrieved 6 January 2020.
by James Kelman, Agnes Owens, Alasdair Gray. Ariel Dorfman, James Kelman, Henry Green.
whoo hoo, this is not only 18 James Kelman stories, but also 9 from Agnes Owens and some short stories and essays? from Alasdair Gray. Kelman's stories here are mostly very short, like snapshots on lives on the edge, or invisible. Homeless, drunks, crazies, beggars, most all take place inside the head of one of these characters, with some little dialog with civilians they run up against.
In his postscript to Lean Tales Alasdair Gray describes the early part of Owens' writing career: "Her first novel . In 1985, Owens contributed eight stories to a collection together with Kelman and Gray, Lean Tales
In his postscript to Lean Tales Alasdair Gray describes the early part of Owens' writing career: "Her first novel, Gentlemen of the West, was returned by a publisher who said that he might consider printing it if a famous Scottish comedian said something about it which could be used as an advertisement. In 1985, Owens contributed eight stories to a collection together with Kelman and Gray, Lean Tales
A likely story outside a domestic setting. HUFF HARRINGTON: A Tale Due to Kipling.
A likely story outside a domestic setting. The story of a recluse. Moral philosophy exam.
jpg Lean Tales is an anthology of short stories written by Scottish authors Alasdair Gray, Agnes Owens and James Kelman, with author illustrations by Alasdair Gray. Contractually obligated to Jonathan Cape to provide a new book, Gray claimed to find himself without new material or ideas, and so approached Kelman and Owens to bulk out a collection of stories with some of their own.