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Angus Robertson (Aonghas MacDhonnchaidh) was born in Skye in 1873. He came to Glasgow as a young man and then lived in London. In 1907 he founded the literary magazine St. Mungo, where he first published the story Black Alpin which later became the novel An t-Ogha Mór: No, Am Fear-Sgeòil air Uilinn (Ogha Mor). As well as his novel, he wrote poetry and songs. He died in 1948.
1913 An t-Ogha Mór: No, Am Fear-Sgeòil air Uilinn (The Ogha Mor) (novel)
1933 Children of the Fore-world (biography)
1938 Orain na Céilidh: Songs of the Ceilidh
1940 Cnoc an Fhradhairc (poetry)