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This is a biographical author entry in literary companion.
Schwan, A. (2016). Frederick William Robinson, Charles Dickens, and the Literary Tradition of "Low Life". In J. McDonagh, & J. Bristow (Eds.), Nineteenth-Century Radical Traditions, 63-84. London: Palgrave Macmillan
Frederick William Robinson, Charles Dickens, and the Literary Tradition of "Low Life".
Frayn, A. (in press). Introduction to H.G Wells "The War of the Worlds" and "The War in the Air". In Frayn, A. (Ed.). H.G Wells - The War of the Worlds and The War in the AirWordsworth Editions
Published a decade apart and spanning the turn of the twentieth century, The War of the Worlds (1898) and The War in the Air (1908) are brought together in one volume for the ...
S. Lyall (Ed.), (2016). Community in Modern Scottish Literature
Community in Modern Scottish Literature is the first book to examine representations and theories of community in Scottish writing of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries ...
Lyall, S. (2016). Hugh MacDiarmid’s Impossible Community. In S. Lyall (Ed.), Community in Modern Scottish Literature, 82-102. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers
This chapter suggests two main related points. The overarching contention is that Hugh MacDiarmid was a poetic, political, polemical, and metaphysical impossibilist (rather th...
Lyall, S. (2016). In search of community. In S. Lyall (Ed.), Community in Modern Scottish LIterature, vii-xiii. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers
Community derives from the Latin root word communis (common), which itself breaks down into two possible derivations [...]. The first, com plus munis (what is indebted, bound,...
S. Lyall (Ed.), (2015). The International Companion to Lewis Grassic Gibbon
Lewis Grassic Gibbon (James Leslie Mitchell), the author of the acclaimed trilogy A Scots Quair – Sunset Song, Cloud Howe and Grey Granite – is one of the most important Scott...
Lyall, S. (2015). The battle for civilisation in Gibbon’s science fiction. In The International Companion to Lewis Grassic Gibbon, 119-132. Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Dymock, E., & Lyall, S. (2014). The Poetry of Modernity (1870–1950). In C. Sassi (Ed.), The International Companion to Scottish PoetryGlasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies
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(2014). Thomson, T. & Ross, S. (Eds.). The Tunnel, by Dorothy Richardson. (Broadview Press). ISBN 9781554811106
The Tunnel is the fourth volume in Dorothy Richardson’s novel series Pilgrimage. The series, set in the years 1893-1912, chronicles the life of Miriam Henderson, a “New Woman”...
(2014). Thomson, T. & Ross, S. (Eds.). Pointed Roofs, by Dorothy Richardson. (Broadview Press). ISBN 9781551117997
The first chapter-volume of Dorothy Richardson’s thirteen-volume novel series
Pilgrimage, Pointed Roofs is a coming of age story. The protagonist is Miriam Henderson, seventee...
Lyall, S. (2013). 'The Kailyard's Ghost: community in modern Scottish fiction'. In I. Brown, & J. Berton (Eds.), Roots and Fruits of Scottish Culture: Scottish Identities, History and Contemporary Literature, 82-96. Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Lyall, S. (2012). Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance. In G. Carruthers, & L. McIlvanney (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Scottish LiteratureCambridge: Cambridge University Press (CUP)
Though commonly viewed as definitively rural and nationalist, the Scottish Literary Renaissance was actually begun in London by an émigré community of Burnsian Scots. The Vern...
Fleming, L., McCleery, A. & Finkelstein, D. (2011). In a class of their own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth century Scotland. In The History of Reading, Volume 2, evidence from the British Isles , c1750-1950, 189-205. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0230247550
In a class of their own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth century Scotland.
Lyall, S. (2011). MacDiarmid, communism and the poetry of commitment. In S. Lyall, & M. P. McCulloch (Eds.), The Edinburgh Companion to Hugh MacDiarmid, 68-81. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press