Daniel Rey

A bitter sectarian divide: Young Mungo, by Douglas Stuart, reviewed

A frail Glaswegian teenager is torn between his Protestant family’s expectations of masculinity and his love for a pigeon-keeping Catholic boy

Douglas Stuart. [Alamy]

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