William McIlvanney facts for kids
|William Angus McIlvanney|
William McIlvanney at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013
|Born||25 November 1936
|Died||5 December 2015 (aged 79)
|Education||University of Glasgow|
|Notable work(s)||Docherty (1975), Laidlaw (1977), Strange Loyalties (1991)|
William McIlvanney (25 November 1936 – 5 December 2015) was a Scottish novelist, short story writer, and poet. McIlvanney was known for his works Laidlaw, The Papers of Tony Veitch, and Walking Wounded. They are all known for their portrayal of Glasgow in the 1970s. He is thought to be as "the father of 'Tartan Noir’" and Scotland's Camus.
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