A history of Scottish women's writing /
This is the first comprehensive critical analysis of Scottish women's writing from its recoverable beginnings to the present day.
|Other Authors / Creators:||Gifford, Douglas, 1940-|
|Imprint:||Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1997.|
|Series:||Cambridge EBA Collection
|Online Access:||Click here for full text|
|Summary:||This is the first comprehensive critical analysis of Scottish women's writing from its recoverable beginnings to the present day.|
Offering a critical analysis of Scottish women's writing from its beginnings to the present day, the essays in this work cover such authors as Margaret Oliphant, Nan Sheperd, Muriel Spark and Liz Lochhead. It also examines groups of writers or kinds of writing, such as women poets and dramatists, or Gaelic writing and the legacy of the Kailyard. In addition to the poetry, drama and fiction, a varied body of non-fiction writing is also covered, including diaries, memoirs, biography and autobiography, didactic and polemic writing, and popular and periodical writing for and by women.
|Item Description:||Print version record.|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xxiii, 716 pages)|
|System Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 677-707) and index.|