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Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). Lanark; A Life in Four Books. Edinburgh, Scot./New York: Canongate Publishing/Harper & Row, 1981.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). "Wellbeing: A Fiction" In Why Scots Should Rule Scotland 1997: A Carnaptious History of Britain from Roman Times until Now. Edinburgh, Scot.: Canongate, 1997.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). "The Origin of the Axletree" In Scottish Short Stories 1979. London: Collins, 1979.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). "A New World" In Fiction Magazine. Vol. 6.2., 1987.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). “Five Letters from an Eastern Empire giving Information upon architecture, etiquette, irrigation, ventriloquism, justice, sex and poems in an Obsolete country” In Words (Fife, Scot.). Vol. no. 8., 1979.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). A History Maker. Edinburgh, Scot.: Canongate, 1994.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). “The Trendelenburg Position” In Ten Tales Tall and True . Edinburgh, Scot: Canongate, 1993.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). "The End Of Axletree" In Unlikely Stories, Mostly. Edinburgh, Scot.: Canongate, 1983.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). “Near the Driver” In Ten Tales Tall and True . Edinburgh, Scot: Canongate, 1993.