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Author: Ian Brown,Thomas Clancy,Susan Manning,Murray Pittock
ISBN: 0748624821
Language: English
Pages: 368 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (November 13, 2006)
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1 Changing Cultures: The History of Scotland since 1918.

The other volumes in the History are: The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature, Volume 1: From Columba to the Union (until 1707). The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature, Volume 2: Enlightenment, Britain and Empire (1707-1918). Original - presents new approaches to what is literature and what is Scottishness. 1 Changing Cultures: The History of Scotland since 1918. This chapter will concentrate on a number of key themes that have featured prominently in the history of twentieth-century Scottish society and, as such, have been reflected in much of the literature of the nation.

Michael Lynch, Professor Emeritus in Scottish History, former Sir William Fraser Chair of Scottish History and .

Scotland's literature in all its facets and multiple identities.

Ian Brown, Thomas Owen Clancy, Susan Manning and Murray Pittock. The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature is conceived and produced as a single entity. This is done for practical reasons. Each volume is in itself of some substance. The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature in three volumes then is, yet, a single work.

Preface, Ian Brown, Thomas Clancy, Susan Manning and Murray Pittock; Chapter 1 - Changing cultures: the history of Scotland since 1918 Richard Finlay; Chapter 2 - Notes on a small country: Scotland's geography since 1918, Hayden Lorimer; Chapter 3 - Resistance to monolinguality: th. .

of the period since 1918, Paul Barnaby and Tom Hubbard; Chapter 5 - The Criticism of Scottish Literature: tradition, decline and renovation.

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Literature in the two decades between 1757 and 1776 is remarkable more for its vivacious diversity than the defining stature of a single writer or conformity to a particular style.

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Start by marking The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: Modern . Brown has also published three books, Freewheeling (1989) about the Billes family, owners of Canadian Tire, and Man Overboard.

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Ian Brown is a development specialist who has worked in Iraq, Ethiopia and Zaire. From 1997 to 1998 he worked as Program Director for the Mines Advisory Group in Cambodia. He is also the author of "Khomeini's Forgotten Sons: The Story of Iran's Boy Soldiers.

In almost a century since the First World War ended, Scotland has been transformed in many rich ways. Its literature has been an essential part of that transformation. The third volume of the History, explores the vibrancy of modern Scottish literature in all its forms and languages. Giving full credit to writing in Gaelic and by the Scottish diaspora, it brings together the best contemporary critical insights from three continents. It provides an accessible and refreshing picture of both the varieties of Scottish literatures and the kaleidoscopic versions of Scotland that mark literary developments since 1918.