A Scottish poet, novelist, and short story writer who wrote in both English and Scottish Gaelic, he is best known for works such as Modern Gaelic Verse and Consider the Lilies. His later works include An Honourable Death and The Leaf and the Marble.
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|FULL NAME:||Iain Crichton Smith|
|BIRTH DATE:||January 1, 1928|
|AGE:||91 years old|
Iain Crichton Smith is a Poet. He and his siblings were raised in the Scottish Gaelic community of Bayble by their mother, a widow. He received a degree in English from the University of Aberdeen. He published his first work, The Long River, in 1955.
DID YOU KNOW He often wrote about elderly women dealing with feelings of alienation.
FACT He and A.J. Cronin were both Scottish authors.
Currently, Iain Crichton Smith is 91 years old. He will celebrate his 92nd birthday on a Sunday, January 1st. Below we countdown to his upcoming birthday.
Iain Crichton Smith’s zodiac sign is Capricorn. According to astrologers, Capricorn’s life pursuit is to be proud of their achievements and a secret desire to be admired by their family and friends and the world at large. People of this zodiac sign like family, tradition, music, understated status, quality craftsmanship and dislike almost everything at some point. The strengths of this sign are responsible, disciplined, self-control, good managers, while weaknesses can be to be the know-it-all, unforgiving, condescending and expecting the worst. The greatest overall compatibility with Capricorn is Taurus and Cancer.
Iain Crichton Smith was born in the Year of the Dragon. The dragon is a powerful sign. People born under this year are energetic and excitable. They hate hypocrisy and gossip and can sometimes be a bit arrogant and impatient. This year is the year of the Pig.
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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