A history of Scottish women's writing
The first comprehensive critical analysis of Scottish women's writing from its recoverable beginnings to the present day. In addition to poetry, drama and fiction, it also covers a variety of non-fiction including diaries, memoirs, biography and autobiography, didactic and polemic writing, and popular and periodical writing for and by women.
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The Gaelic Tradition up to 1750
Scottish Women Writers c 1560c 1650
Old Singing Women and the Canons of Scottish
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