Twentieth-century Scottish Drama: An Anthology

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Cairns Craig, Randall Stevenson
Canongate, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 801 pages
This collection brings together some of Scotland's best-known dramatists. This timely anthology presents many classic contemporary playwrights whose work has been out of print for some time. The collection includes the following in what will come to be a literary and academic standard: Mary Rose, James Barrie; In Time o' Strife, Joe Corrie; Jamie the Saxt, Robert McLellan; Mr Bolfry, James Bridie; The Gorbals Story, Robert McLeish; Men Should Weep, Ena Lamont Stewart; Gay Landscape, George Munro; Mister, Stanley Eveling; The Bevellers, Roddy Macmillan; Mister, C.P. Taylor; The Jesuit, Donald Campbell; Your Cheatin' Heart, John Byrne; Mary Queen of Scots Had Her Head Chopped Off, Liz Lochhead; Bondagers, Sue Glovers; and Shining Souls, Chris Hannan.

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Cairns Craig is the Director of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at Aberdeen University. He is the author of "The Modern Scottish Novel" (Edinburgh University Press, 1999).

Randall Stevenson is Reader in English Literature and Deputy Head of Department at the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of Modernist Fiction; Reader's Guide to the Twentieth Century Novel in Britain, The British Novel Since the Thirties, as well as many articles on modernist and
postmodernist fiction.

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