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DetailsThe Cone Gatherers
is a haunting tale of good versus evil, and demonstrates the destructive power of envy and prejudice. This classic Scottish novel tells the tale of two brothers gathering cones in a forest on a Scottish estate in order to replenish the trees felled for the war effort. Neil, and his hunchbacked brother Calum, lead happy and contented lives in these beautiful surroundings, completely detached from the destruction of the Second World War. However, their innocence and happiness is threatened by the dark, obsessive hatred of Duror, the gamekeeper and the deep prejudices of the class system of the time. The obsessions of Duror grow stronger throughout the story, building to a devastating climax. Rehearsed reading.Book by Robin Jenkins. Adapted by Peter Arnott. Presented by Aberdeen Performing Arts. Director Kenny Ireland. Design Hayden Griffin. Music John Keilty.
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