About the poet
Writing in his 1990s study of Alasdair Gray’s novels, Stephen Bernstein identifies Gray as “one...
He was, and educated, and became,
residing and remaining and intending,
then on became in, and again,
and later and later again.
He still is, and hopes, and intends,
but is certain to —
from Old Negatives: Four Verse Sequences (Cape, 1989), © Alasdair Gray 1989, used by permission of the author
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