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Friendship's Shadows: Woman's Friendship And The Politics Of Betrayal In England, 1640-1705
- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
Penelope Anderson's study changes our understanding both of the masculine Renaissance friendship tradition and the private forms of women's friendship of the 18th century and after. It uncovers the latent threat of betrayal lurking within politicized classical and humanist friendship, showing its surprising resilience as a model for political obligation undone and remade.
The Flight Of The Turtle: New Writing Scotland 29
- Paperback - ASLS
'New Writing Scotland' is the principal forum for poetry and short fiction in Scotland today. Every year it publishes the very best from both emerging and estblished writers, and lists many of the leading literary lights of Scotland among its past and present contributors.
Focus On Macbeth
- Paperback - Routledge
Many kinds of study are needed in order to understand the tragedy of 'Macbeth' and this book provides a wide range of studies that respect the individuality of the text and examine it from different viewpoints.
The Flower Princess
- Paperback - Picture Corgi
Grandpa is feeling very down in the dumps because he is sure that everyone has forgotten his birthday - even Poppy! But what he doesn't know is that everyone's favourite princess, Princess Poppy, has a surprise in store for him. Will everything go to plan - and will Poppy manage to cheer Grandpa up?
Fickle Man: Robert Burns In The 21st Century
- Hardback - Sandstone
21st-century Burns scholarship is making some unexpected and exciting discoveries about the poet and his work. 'Fickle Man' is a new volume of essays by top international writers and scholars published to mark the 250th anniversary of the poet's birth, bringing fresh and vigorous insights into the significance of Burns.
For The Islands I Sing: An Autobiography
- Paperback - Polygon
George Mackay died in 1996. He wrote this memoir in the years before his death, but did not want it published while he was still alive. Here his simple, bardic honesty is turned upon himself.
Fringe Of Gold: The Fife Anthology
- Paperback - Birlinn
This is an anthology of writing about Fife, a part of Scotland with an immensely rich tradition of history and literature. It gathers together all of the great characters of Scottish history who have acted out their dramas within the famous Kingdom of Fife.
- Paperback - Cape Poetry
Holding in balance the ecological and the technological, ancient and modern, 'Full Volume' sings languages and cultures, people and habitats burgeoning on the brink of extinction. From revved-up battle-cry to nervous whisper, these lyrical poems praise intricate abundance.
Fiction Against History: Scott As Storyteller
- Paperback - Cambridge University Press
From Trocchi To Trainspotting: Scottish Critical Theory Since 1960
- Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
'From Trocchi to Trainspotting' charts the course of Scottish critical theory since the 1960s.