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The Blaward and the Skelly, [by] Hugh MacDiarmid. [No place]: Privately printed, Printed in an edition of "10 copies only." This book of critical essays, tributes, and personal reminiscences was published in celebration of MacDiarmid's 70th birthday.
The blaward and the skelly. [s.l.] Extra series of 10 copies. Folded broadsheet. Aitken National Library Of Scotland Hugh MacDiarmid. Edinburgh Exhibition catalogue no Marked up copy in the hand of Aitken, with a letter listing items deposited with NLS for the exhibition and photocopy list of items lent.
Aitken National. Hugh MacDiarmid was born Christopher Murray Grieve, in the Scottish border town of Langholm in The Blaward and the Skelly () Bracken Hills in.
The Blaward and the Skelly () The Ugly Birds Without Wings ( Allan Donaldson) Collected Poems ( Macmillan NY) ( Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh) [suppressed by the Author] Poems in Scots ( Duncan Glen Poetry Leaflet 2) Poems to Paintings by William Johnstone () (Trans) Harry Martinson: Aniara - A Review of Man in Time and.
Margery Palmer McCulloch, Edinburgh University Press Ltd 22 George Square, Edinburgh Typeset in Janson by Servis Filmsetting Ltd, Stockport, Cheshire, and printed and bound in Great Britain by CPI Antony Rowe, Chippenham and Eastbourne A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 0 Locations of literary modernism: region and nation in British and American modernist poetry / edited by Alex Davis and Lee s.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 2 1. English poetry - 20th century — History and criticism. Modernism (Literature) — Great Britain, 3.