Scottish modernism and its contexts 1918-1959

literature, national identity and cultural exchange by Margery McCulloch

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press in Edinburgh

Written in English
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  • Scottish literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Modernism (Literature) -- Scotland

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [216]-222) and index.

StatementMargery Palmer McCulloch.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR8555 .M38 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination230 p. ;
Number of Pages230
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23731518M
ISBN 100748634746
ISBN 109780748634743
LC Control Number2009483399

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Topics range from the revitalisation of the Scots Author: Margery Palmer Mcculloch. She is co-editor of Scottish Literary Review.

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The Scottish Renaissance (Scottish Gaelic: Ath-bheòthachadh na h-Alba; Scots: Scots Renaissance) was a mainly literary movement of the early to midth century that can be seen as the Scottish version of is sometimes referred to as the Scottish literary renaissance, although its influence went beyond literature into music, visual arts, and politics (among other fields).

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Published by Edinburgh University Press. The first study of a Scottish modernism extending in its impact to the s and drawing on. Classical music in Scotland is all art music in the Western European classical tradition, between its introduction in the eighteenth century until the present development of a distinct tradition of art music in Scotland was limited by the impact of the Scottish Reformation on ecclesiastical music from the sixteenth century.

Concerts, largely composed of "Scottish airs", developed in. Margery Palmer McCulloch is Senior Research Fellow in Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow. She is co-editor of Scottish Literary recent books include Modernism and Nationalism: Source Documents for the Scottish Renaissance, and Scottish Modernism and its Contexts Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange, published by Edinburgh University Press in Modernism and Nationalism: Literature and Society in Scotland, (Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasow, ) Scottish Modernism and its Contexts – Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange (Edinburgh University Press, ) References.

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approach has been the book-length literary study of an individual author, again consciously identified as Scottish by upbringing and theme.

Hugh MacDiarmid, as the principal theorist and poet of Scottish modernism, has been at the centre of such literary studies, with works by Catherine Kerrigan, Nancy Gish, W. Herbert, and Alan Riach. She is co-editor of Scottish Literary Review. Her recent books include Modernism and Nationalism: Source Documents for the Scottish Renaissance, and Scottish Modernism and its Contexts Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange, published by Edinburgh University Press in show more4/5(1).

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Andrew O’Hagan some years ago made a comment along the lines that Scotland never had a modernist movement with the exception of Hugh.

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She is co-editor of Scottish Literary Review. Her recent books include Modernism and Nationalism: Source Documents for the Scottish Renaissance, and Scottish Modernism and its Contexts Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange, published by Edinburgh University Press in Author: Scott Lyall, Margery Palmer McCulloch.Andrew Dewar Gibb MBE QC (13 February – 24 January ) was a Scottish advocate, barrister, professor and taught law at Edinburgh and Cambridge, and was Regius Professor of Law at the University of Glasgow – Gibb was the leader of Other political affiliations: Unionist Party, Scottish Party.Margery Palmer McCulloch, author of Scottish Modernism and Its Contexts – (), will introduce this “Scottish Renaissance” in the context of early-twentieth-century nationalism and Home Rule aspirations, while critic Alex Thomson will focus more closely on the challenging poetry and politics of the era’s figurehead Hugh.