Modern Scottish literature and the critics : essay
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Scottish poet, editor, and political activist Hugh MacDiarmid was born Christopher Murray Grieve on August 11, 1892, in Langholm, Scotland. MacDiarmid founded the Scottish center of PEN in 1927, and was a key figure in the Scottish Literary Renaissance, prior to his death on September 9, 1978.
Buthlay, Kenneth. "Hugh MacDiarmid" in Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume 20. British Poets, 1914-1945. Stanford, Donald E. (ed.). Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1983. pp. 210-223.
A two-page holograph manuscript written in ink by Hugh MacDiarmid and titled, "Modern Scottish Literature and The Critics."
A two-page unsigned holograph manuscript written in blue ink by Hugh MacDiarmid titled, "Modern Scottish Literature and The Critics."
Box 55, F0835: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.
Purchase, October 2008.
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- 2015 November 5
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