Scots Drama: an overview (Professor Ian Brown)
- Click here to read Edwin Morgan’s article ‘Scottish Drama: an overview’, published in ScotLit 20 (1999).
- Click here to read Chris Ravenhall’s article ‘Sixteenth-century agit-prop: Sir David Lyndsay’s Ane Satire of the Thrie Estaitis’, published in ScotLit 22 (2000).
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Professor Ian Campbell)
- Click here for the Scotnote study guide Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, The Master of Ballantrae and The Ebb Tide.
- Click here for the ASL Teaching Notes, including the Higher/Advanced Higher Teaching Note on The Shorter Fiction of Robert Louis Stevenson.
- Click here to read Alastair Braidwood’s article ‘We’re All Henry Jekyll’s Bairns: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Enduring Influence on Scottish Literature’, published in The Bottle Imp 12.
William McIlvanney’s Detective Fiction: Laidlaw (Dr David Goldie)
- Click here for the Scotnote study guide William McIlvanney’s Laidlaw.
- Click here to read Beth Dickson’s article ‘William McIlvanney’s Laidlaw Novels’, published in Laverock 2.
- Click here for the ASL Free Publications, including Tartan Noir, or Hard-Boiled Heidegger, which investigates the philosophical underpinnings of Tartan Noir with specific reference to Laidlaw.
Teaching Muriel Spark (Andrew Young)
- Click here for the Scotnote study guide Muriel Spark’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
- Click here to read the Muriel Spark Special Issue of The Bottle Imp.