Hugh MacDiarmid : a festschrift
- Edited by K. D. Duval and Sydney Goodsir Smith.
- Edinburgh, 1962.
- Physical description
- 221 p. : ill., ports., facsims. ; 23 cm.
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- MacDiarmid's lyrics, by N. MacCaig.--Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance, by W. Keir.--The early poems, by D. Daiches.--MacDiarmid's poetry in the 1930's, by W. Keir.--"Between any life and the sun," by G. Bruce.--The three hymns to Lenin, by S.G. Smith.--MacDiarmid the Marxist poet, by D. Craig.--The nationalism of Hugh MacDiarmid, by D. Young.--Hugh MacDiarmid and Gaelic literature, by D. Sealy.--Poetry and knowledge in MacDiarmid's later work, by E. Morgan.--MacDiarmid, Joyce and Busoni, by R. Stevenson.--A great partnership, MacDiarmid and Francis George Scott, By A.T. Cunninghame.--Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish language, by A. Mackie.--Mainly domestic, being some personal reminiscences, by H.B. Cruickshank.--Angry influence; MacDiarmid in the 1940's, by M. Lindsay.--A check list of the works of Hugh MacDiarmid, by W.R. Aitken (p.213-221)
- MacDiarmid, Hugh, 1892-1978.
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