ALISON, Jim, ‘Burns in School’

Laverock 3, 1997 | Transcript of a talk given at the International Bicentenary Burns Conference, University of Strathclyde, 11–13 January…
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MACGILLIVRAY, Alan, ‘The Worlds of Iain Banks’

Laverock 2, 1996 | If the popularity of a writer is to be gauged by the numbers of his or…
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McCULLOCH, Margery Palmer, ‘The Novels of Neil Gunn’

Laverock 1, 1995 |(The text of a paper given to the ASLS Schools Conference in 1992.) After Edwin Morgan’s talk…
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MEEK, Donald E., ‘The Gaelic Literature of Argyll’

Laverock 3, 1997 (This is a revised and expanded version of a talk given at the Conference on ‘Neil Munro…
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MURRAY, Isobel, ‘Jessie Kesson: Writing Her Self’

Laverock 3, 1997 | Jessie Kesson sharply dismissed suggestions that she was a feminist writer. Understandably, she wanted to be…
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MURRAY, Isobel, ‘Robin Jenkins’ Fiction’

Laverock 2, 1996 | Robin Jenkins was thirty-eight when he published his first novel, So Gaily Sings The Lark in 1950. He…
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PETRIE, Elaine, ‘Sing Us One of the Old Songs – Why Teach Ballads?’

Laverock 3, 1997 | Anyone who contemplates teaching the ballads is quickly going to ask – or be asked a…
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