The Poetry of Scotland: Gaelic, Scots, and English, 1380-1980

Roderick Watson
Edinburgh University Press, 1995 - 714 Seiten

For the first time, the full canon of poetry from Scotland is available to readers in one volume. The Poetry of Scotlandpresents all the major, and many less well-known Scottish poets in a broad historical perspective from the fourteenth century to the present day. Unlike other anthologies, it includes concise bibliographies of each writer, user-friendly notes, and poems in Gaelic with modern English translations. With contents listed by both chronology and theme, on-page glossaries and a full introduction by Roderick Watson, this is the definitive edition for students and lovers of Scottish poetry everywhere.

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Roderick Watson is Professor of English at the University of Stirling

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