Bards and makars: Scottish language and literature : medieval and renaissance, Volume 1975

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University of Glasgow Press, 1977 - Foreign Language Study - 250 pages

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Essays from a conference(?) on early Scots literature . Essays plot the emergence of the Gaelic language in Scotland, its variations from its parent source in Irish. Also an excellent piece by Derick Thomson on the MacMurrich bardic family, originating from O'Daleigh in Ireland. Read full review


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