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The Penguin Book of Scottish Verse (Penguin Classics)

by Robert Crawford

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Published by Penguin Classics .
Written in English


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Number of Pages592
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Open LibraryOL7354653M
ISBN 100140424660
ISBN 109780140424669

Alan Norman Bold (–) was a Scottish poet, biographer, and was born in Edinburgh.. He edited Hugh MacDiarmid's Letters and wrote the influential biography had acquainted himself with MacDiarmid in while still an English Literature student at Edinburgh debut work, Society Inebrious, with a lengthy introduction . The Penguin Book of Scottish Verse The Tip Of My Tongue Poet and biographer Robert Crawford’s books from Cape include Young Eliot (), and Testament ().

The new Penguin book of Scottish verse. London: Allen Lane, Penguin Press, PR N48 X Dunn, Douglas, ed. Faber book of twentieth-century Scottish poetry. London: Faber and Faber, PR F33 Glen, Duncan. The poetry of the Scots: an introduction and bibliographical guide to poetry in Gaelic, Scots, Latin, and English. D The Penguin Book of Scottish Verse D The Penguin Book of Irish Verse D British Poetry Since the War D Hugh MacDiarmid: Selected Verse D Penguin Modern Poets, 16 D The Penguin Book of Socialist Verse D Penguin Modern Poets, 17 D Sando Weöres and Ferenc Juhász: Selected Poems D Poetry of the Nineties.

This revolutionary collection abandons the traditional poet-by-poet approach of most anthologies, presenting seven centuries of English verse as an uninterrupted sequence of poems ordered according to their first individual appearance in the language. The result is a more continuous view of English verse that reveals a fascinating new chronology. He was a founder of the international magazine Verse in and worked as poetry editor for the Edinburgh publisher Polygon in the s. With Simon Armitage, he is co-editor of The Penguin Book of Poetry from Britain and Ireland since () and, with Mick Imlah, he co-edited The New Penguin Book of Scottish Verse ().


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