4 edition of The book of Scottish poetry found in the catalog.
|Statement||chosen and ed. by Sir George Douglas, bart.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||929 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||929|
|LC Control Number||11001765|
The New Penguin Book of Scottish Verse edited by Robert Crawford and Mick Imlah Allen Lane, the Penguin Press £20, pp Buy it at BOL. What makes a poet Scottish comes down to Author: Arnold Kemp. The book of Scottish song: a comprehensive collection of the most approved songs of Scotland: with historical and critical notices regarding them and their authors and an essay on the song-writers of Scotland / (London: Blackie & Son, [pref. ]), by Alexander Whitelaw (page images at HathiTrust).
Edinburgh book of twentieth-century Scottish poetry. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Lindsay; Lesley Duncan. –Charles Simic (The New York Times Book Review). 3. Virgin by Analicia Sotelo. 8 Rave • 6 Positive “What’s most refreshing about this collection is that the women whose voices are rendered so beautifully here, not just the daughters and mothers but even Ariadne herself, shatter stereotypes of femininity and highlight truths that might discomfort but are a vivid testament to the world Author: Book Marks.
Although Scottish poetry gained an increasingly high profile towards the end of the twentieth century, this groundbreaking work is the first book length study of the field. Christopher Whyte takes significant collections by 20 poets writing in English, Scots and Gaelic as the starting point for an examination of their whole career and of the [ ]. “Make It the Same rebuts the notion that formal word-games are a decadent first-world hobby. It is an empirically broad, thoughtfully constructed, well-written, timely book about an important subject: a technical 'mode of production' prominent in contemporary poetry, with its effects on content and reception.” ~Haun Saussy, author of The Ethnography of Rhythm: Orality and Its Technologies.
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So, when Professor Patrick Moran approached her with a book publishing project on Scottish poetry, it was a bit of a departure for the UW-Whitewater student — but a welcome challenge.The Dean of Lismore's book, a selection of ancient Gaelic poetry from a manuscript collection made in the beginning of the sixteenth century; (Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, ), by James MacGregor, W.
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