A Book of Scottish Verse
Robert Hale, 2001 - Poetry - 503 pages
This well-established anthology covering 700 years of Scottish verse is now republished in its fourth revised edition. Maurice Lindsay has updated the volume once again, in which the representation of 20th-century poets is strengthened even further and younger poets up to the present day are included. The poetry of a proud and beautiful nation in all its vivid strength, lyrical beauty, and satirical energy is thus yet again made immediately available to lovers of poetry the world over.
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