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Memoirs of a Camlachian
Memoirs of a Camlachian
 
William M. Neilly
 
aka‘glesca artist’



Psychologists believe that feelings generated in infancy and childhood permanently reside in the unconscious mind and may be responsible for psychological and physical symptoms throughout life.  This autobiography reveals the psychological and physical symptoms the author believes he experienced as a direct result of his early childhood.  The author recalls memoirs from various stages of his development including his attempt at trying to build bridges between the past and present.  The author had to research his ancestral background before he finally learned the truth.





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ISBN – 9781795814966

Format: Black & White on White paper; 182 pages; 5” x 8” (12.7 x 20.32 cm)

   About the Author

glesca artist
William Murray Neilly, aka 'glesca artist', was born and bred in the East End of Glasgow.  He graduated BSc Civil Engineering from the University
of Strathclyde and worked for over three decades as a Chartered Civil Engineer in contracting and local government.  After retiring he overcame his partial colour blindness and learned to paint portraits, animals and landscapes.  This self-taught artist's cityscapes of Glasgow in the 1950s and 60s are admired by collectors in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Greece, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States of America.


                                                    April 2019





The Author's other books

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'Glimpses of Times Past'
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'S P A M'
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'Family life in Glasgow's East End'
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'As Above, So Below'

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