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Writing Scotland : how Scotland's writers shaped the nation (edition 2004)

by Carl MacDougall

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Title:Writing Scotland : how Scotland's writers shaped the nation
Authors:Carl MacDougall
Info:Edinburgh : Polygon, 2004.
Collections:Your library
Rating:***1/2
Tags:@ 820.99411, Scotland, History & description & criticism, Works by or about more than one author, English literature, Scots literature, Gaelic literature, Scottish literature

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A readable introduction to Scottish literature, it explores the subject thematically rather than chronologically. (Accompanied BBC TV series) ( )
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Published to coincide with a new BBC TV series. The eight half-hour documentaries stem from a core belief that Scotland's unique and distinctive writing tradition has continually defined the nation, established its identity and was the springboard upon which devolution was built.… (more)

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