How Late It Was, How Late

How late it was, how late
First edition
AuthorJames Kelman
PublisherSecker and Warburg
Publication date
March 1994[1]
Media typePrint (hardback & paperback)
Pages384 pp

How late it was, how late is a 1994 stream-of-consciousness novel written by Scottish writer James Kelman. The Glasgow-centred work is written in a working-class Scottish dialect, and follows Sammy, a shoplifter and ex-convict.

It won the 1994 Booker Prize.

  1. ^ Walsh, Maeve (21 March 1999). "It was five years ago today: How controversial it was, how controversial". The Independent. So began James Kelman's How late it was, how late - published this week in 1994.

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