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Nation Gender and theNineteenthCentury Mystique of Scottish Masculinity
1 The Jacobitethe Marriage Plot and the End of Scottish History
Stalking Manhood in theHighland Deer Forest
Kidnapped and the Dilemma of Lowland Manhood
The Master of Ballantrae and the Telling of the National Tale
adventure Alan Alan’s antlers argues aristocratic become boys Britain British brothers Celtic chapter Charles Rennie Mackintosh construction of Scotland crofters Culloden Darsie Darsie’s David deer forest deerstalking Despite Durrisdeer Edinburgh England English Englishmen erotic female feminine feminization figure gender Glasgow Style Glen Grimble Henry Henry’s hero heroic Highland culture homoerotic homosocial Hugh Redgauntlet hunting Jacobite rebellion James James’s John Leech Kidnapped kill kilt land Landseer Lowland masculinity Macdonald Mackellar Mackintosh male manhood manly Margaret Macdonald marriage plot Master of Ballantrae Millais’s modern Monarch mystique narrative narrator national identity national tale nationhood nineteenth century Nonetheless novel Oliphant Oliphant’s Oona Order of Release painting poachers popular primal masculinity Rankeillor Redgauntlet romantic Scot Scott Scottish difference Scottish Highlands Scottish identity Scottish masculinity Scottish nationality Scottish past Scrope seems sexual sport stalkers stalking Stevenson story suggests tish tradition union Victorian virility Walter Waverley wizard woman women writing