Hugh MacDiarmid's Epic Poetry
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
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Alan Bold Benjamin Bertolt Brecht Brecht Cantos Chapter Charles Olson Clann Albann Complete Poems criticism culture Diarmid's Drunk Man Looks Duncan Glen Edinburgh Edwin Morgan effect Eliot English epic poetry essay example existence Ezra Pound fact function Gaelic Glasgow Grieve Grieve's Heroic Hugh MacDiarmid human Hymn to Lenin Ibid idea identity Ireland Irish J.B.S. Haldane Joyce's Kenneth Buthlay Kind of Poetry language Letters lines linguistic London Lucky Poet MacDiarmid's epic poetry MacLellan Marxist material meaning Memoriam James Joyce metaphysical mind modern movement nature never Norman MacCaig Olson passage plagiarism Plaited poem's poetic political present prose published question quotation quoted Raised Beach reader reference Scotland Scots Scottish Literature seems sense social society Sorley MacLean struggle suggest T.S. Eliot things Thistle tradition translation University Press verse vision voice Walter Benjamin William word world literature writing wrote Yeats