Hugh MacDiarmid's Epic Poetry

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Edinburgh University Press, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 235 pages
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This critical analysis of Hugh MacDiarmid's poetry explores the poetics, themes, construction and publishing history of his work, discusses his contribution to 20th century literature and places him in an international context with comparative studies of Joyce, Pound, Brecht and others.

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MacDiarmids Epic Poetry
1
J Memoriam James Joyce
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The First Person
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About the author (1991)


Alan Riach is Professor of Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow

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