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The mystery of grace

Ron Ferguson considers the spiritual influence of an Orcadian poet.

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WHEN people talk about ‘Orkney’s Bard’, they are most often referring to the late George Mackay Brown.

GMB was certainly one of Scotland’s greatest poets. He was a good friend and encourager to me. His influence was such that I wrote a book about his spiritual journey. This in turn led me to study the work of another great Orcadian poet, Edwin Muir, who had been a mentor for Brown. His spiritual journey was equally fascinating: an eminent literary critic with a Europe-wide reputation, he was a man in search of a higher purpose for his life.

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