Scottish Literature: An Anthology, المجلد 2

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P. Lang, 1996 - 1241 من الصفحات
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This is Volume II of the first comprehensive anthology of English-language Scottish Literature, one which covers all literary genres except the novel, and all periods. This volume includes 188 Scottish writers from about 1775 through Robert Louis Stevenson. Among its over 700 works are the complete texts of such verse classics as "The Siller Gun, The Har'st Rig, The Sabbath, The Pleasures of Hope," and "The City of Dreadful Night," major prose fiction like "The Golden Key" and "The Library Window," and the novelettes "The Penance of John Logan," and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Intended for both the general reader and the student of literature, it contains introductions, notes and marginal glosses.

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The editor and anthologist, David McCordick, is a playwright, historian, literary scholar, and Professor at The University of Wisconsin-Stout. Dr. McCordick has had over a dozen plays produced and several articles and stories published. His last book was The Civil War Letters of Private Henry Kauffman.

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