Scotland, Britishness, and the First World War

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Abstract

The essays in this book aim to offer a corrective view. They celebrate the achievement of Scottish writing in the twentieth century by offering a wider basis for appreciation than a narrow idea of 'Scottishness'. Each essay explores an aspect of Scottish writing in an individual foreign perspective; together they provide an enriching account of a national literary practice that has deep, and often surprisingly complex, roots in international culture.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationBeyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature
EditorsGerard Carruthers, David Goldie, Alastair Renfrew
Place of PublicationAmsterdam & New York
Pages39-57
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Publication series

NameScottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature
PublisherRodopi

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World War I
Britishness
Scotland

Keywords

  • scotland
  • britain
  • first world war

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Goldie, D. W. S. (2004). Scotland, Britishness, and the First World War. In G. Carruthers, D. Goldie, & A. Renfrew (Eds.), Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature (pp. 39-57). (Scottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature). Amsterdam & New York.
Goldie, D.W.S. / Scotland, Britishness, and the First World War. Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. editor / Gerard Carruthers ; David Goldie ; Alastair Renfrew. Amsterdam & New York, 2004. pp. 39-57 (Scottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature).
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Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. ed. / Gerard Carruthers; David Goldie; Alastair Renfrew. Amsterdam & New York, 2004. p. 39-57 (Scottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature).

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Goldie DWS. Scotland, Britishness, and the First World War. In Carruthers G, Goldie D, Renfrew A, editors, Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. Amsterdam & New York. 2004. p. 39-57. (Scottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature).