Scottish creative writing in the twentieth century was notable for its willingness to explore and absorb the literatures of other times and other nations. From the engagement with Russian literature of Hugh MacDiarmid and Edwin Morgan, through to the interplay with continental literary theory, Scottish writers have proved active participants in a diverse international literary practice. Scottish criticism has, arguably, often been slow in appreciating the full extent of this exchange. Preoccupied with marking out its ...

Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature 2004, Editions Rodopi B.V., Leiden

ISBN-13: 9789042018839

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