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He also endured the Dickensian Christmas ritual of the class fight over a bowl of crusts. When the Floridian plantation failed he had to leave Dollar. 19 Another memory was of the splendour of Hopetoun House on the outskirts of Edinburgh, where his grandfather was in charge of the estate sawmill and his uncle night watchman, and where, unusu ally, he was allowed to play in the ‘big house’. The outbreak of war disrupted his schooling. He writes Ernst Jandl: ‘This is the anniversary of the start of the war (for Britain).
It looks more French than Scotch, with that feeling of grubby once white walls seen through trees, across fields. The Laird wears a kilt and there are lots of dogs which have the air of wearing kilts. There is also a perfect pond, with willow and wee blue boat. 113 Gardening was at the heart of this rapprochement: ‘I have con structed a real pond, with real cement, and a real island: the rain is fill ing it with real water. Now I plan to start on a Japanese Sand Garden. Do you know anything helpful about them?
In doing so he became the first British poet to bring together innovative poetic form and the potential of contemporary dialect. . We are surely very narrow if we understand only one culture (they talk of two cultures, but it seems to me there are twenty two. ’93 Finlay offered artistic precedents for his use of ‘Glasgow Scots’, such as the Russian Futurists, who ‘used street— folk—speech (such as I horrified local folk by doing in Glasgow Beasts), 24 \ introduction Le Circus (or, Poster Poem) (1964).