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Aonghas MacNeacail explained how Gaelic poetry took him “west to Seattle, east to Japan, north to the Arctic Circle and to different points between”, while rarely “as far south as Berwick or beyond”. His stage was that, from an global perspective, modern Scottish literature was in little threat of disappearing. “Ireland also welcomes us, and its writers never appear too burdened by the burka of inferiority,” he wrote in The Situations in March 2012.

Aonghas Dubh, or Black Angus as he was recognised thanks to his shaggy black beard that turned silver, was a poet, author and songwriter devoted to the Gaelic language alive, no matter whether by readings at the UN in New York or in advance of 25,000 at Runrig’s farewell concert at Stirling in 2018. He

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