A History of Scottish Women's Writing

A History of Scottish Women's Writing

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The first comprehensive critical analysis of Scottish women's writing, featuring writers such as Margaret Oliphant, Nan Shepherd, Muriel Spark, and Liz Lochhead, and including poetry, drama, fiction, diaries, memoirs, biographies, and autobiographies, as well as polemic and popular writings.1850) The Blinkiri oa#39; the Fire and Other Poems, Cossar, Fotheringham aamp; Co., Glasgow, 1877 Saxby, Jessie (nee ... 1887; Oil on the Troubled Waters: A Story of the Shetland Isles, Religious Tracts Society, London, 1888; The Yarla#39;s Yacht, ... 1856; Incentives to Bible Study, London, 1860; Acrostics: Historical, Geographical and Political, London, 1863 Scott, Lady Harriet ... Edinburgh, 1866; Awakened, The Christian World Annual, London, 1874; A Memoir of Alexander Bishop of Brechin, anbsp;...

Title:A History of Scottish Women's Writing
Author:Douglas Gifford, Dorothy McMillan
Publisher:Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press - 1997


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