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    John Galt's Annals of the Parish and The Provost: (Scotnotes Study Guides)

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    John Galt (1779-1839) was a contemporary of Walter Scott, Jane Austen, and Lord Byron. His writings are full of acute observation, penetrating psychological insight, rich Scots language and much humour. This SCOTNOTE examines two novels by Galt, which chronicle the changes in Scottish society in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
    ISBN: 9781906841324
    AuthorIan McGhee
    Pub Date21/05/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages76
    Availability: In Stock

    The SCOTNOTES booklets are a series of study guides to major Scottish writers and texts frequently used within literature courses, aimed at senior secondary school pupils and students in further education. The individual authors are not only experts on a particular writer or text but also experienced in teaching in schools or colleges.



    John Galt (1779-1839) was a contemporary of Sir Walter Scott and Jane Austen, and a friend and biographer of Lord Byron. His writings are full of acute observation, penetrating psychological insight, rich Scots language and great good humour. This SCOTNOTE examines two key novels by Galt, which chronicle the changes in Scottish society in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

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    The SCOTNOTES booklets are a series of study guides to major Scottish writers and texts frequently used within literature courses, aimed at senior secondary school pupils and students in further education. The individual authors are not only experts on a particular writer or text but also experienced in teaching in schools or colleges.



    John Galt (1779-1839) was a contemporary of Sir Walter Scott and Jane Austen, and a friend and biographer of Lord Byron. His writings are full of acute observation, penetrating psychological insight, rich Scots language and great good humour. This SCOTNOTE examines two key novels by Galt, which chronicle the changes in Scottish society in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.