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The Living Mountain: in an age of ecological crisis, Nan Shepherd’s nature writing is more relevant than ever

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Lyall, S. (2019)
The Living Mountain: in an age of ecological crisis, Nan Shepherd’s nature writing is more relevant than ever

German prisoners held comedy nights in British war camps – we recreated one

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Frayn, A. (2018)
German prisoners held comedy nights in British war camps – we recreated one. [The Conversation]
This article engages with the history of First World War internment, both civilian and prisoner of war. The focus is the Stobs Camp, near Hawick, and the theatre show A Night...

David Bowie’s late revival belongs to a grand tradition dating back to Beethoven

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Frayn, A., & Durkin, R. (2017)
David Bowie’s late revival belongs to a grand tradition dating back to Beethoven. https://theconversation.com/david-bowies-late-revival-belongs-to-a-grand-tradition-dating-back-to-beethoven-71031
On David Bowie's Blackstar as embodying aspects of late style, as discussed by Theodor Adorno and Edward Said. https://theconversation.com/david-bowies-late-revival-belongs-t...

Armistice Day and a mythologised, distant version of the First World War.

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Frayn, A. (2011)
Armistice Day and a mythologised, distant version of the First World War

Editorial-Journal of Stevenson Studies issue 5

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Dryden, L. & Watson, R. (2007)
Editorial-Journal of Stevenson Studies issue 5
This is the Editorial for issue 5 of the Journal of Stevenson Studies for which Linda Dryden is co-General Editor with Professor Rory Watson

Of poetry and politics: MacDiarmid's vision of Scotland.

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Lyall, S. (2006)
Of poetry and politics: MacDiarmid's vision of Scotland