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Many of the situations, localities and jobs listed in the Herald article quoted above, provided the engines for the early short stories, his first publications. qxd 38 7/9/07 11:47 Page 38 James Kelman of government bureaucracy and, endemically, the ravages of unemployment and economic destitution. Identifiably Glaswegian the dominant narratorial voice might well be, but these collected stories confirm that from the start of his writing career Kelman’s fictional ambitions took him far beyond buses, Glasgow and even Scotland.
7 Stuart Cosgrove, ‘The Edinburgh Lecture: innovation and risk – how Scotland survived the tsunami’, 16 February 2005, http://download. pdf (accessed 10/11/2005). See also Lorna Martin, ‘Dreary, deprived, awful – a Scot on the Scots’, Observer, 13 February 2005, 1. 8 Andrew O’Hagan, ‘Beast of a Nation’ [review of Neal Ascherson, Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland (London: Granta, 2002)], London Review of Books, 24:21, 31 October 2002, 11. 9 Massie, ‘Literature’s urban kailyard’, 12. 10 Allan Massie, ‘Rude awakening for complacent Scots’, Sunday Times, 23 November 1997, 19.
After experimental early short stories, he does not use speech marks or even Joycean dashes for either direct speech or direct thoughts. This means that narrator’s voice and character’s voice are so intertwined that it is often impossible to separate the two; direct speech and indirect speech, speech and thoughts, have fuzzy borders in Kelman, as do subject– object relations. The merging and anti-first-person effects are repeatedly deployed and have aesthetic and political implications. Aesthetically the result is a fluidity of position for a merging voice which conjoins protagonist with narrator to the point where the first person is almost implicated, without the concurrent limitations of that first person.