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    Corona Borealis: Scottish Neo-Latin Poets on King James VI and His Reign, 1566-1603

    Latin was Scotland's third language in the early modern period, alongside Scots and Gaelic, and the reign of King James VI and I is considered to be a golden age of Scottish neo-Latin literature. Corona Borealis examines Latin poems by Scottish authors written between 1566 and 1603, and highlights the role of Latin in Scottish cultural life.

    Cottongrass Summer: Essays Of A Naturalist Throughout The Year

    Cottongrass Summer is a collection of 52 essays by a world-renowned naturalist, author and broadcaster on subjects ranging from birdsong to beavers, and our role as stewards of the land.



    East Side Voices

    A first-of-its-kind essay anthology that showcases the brightest East and Southeast Asian voices in Britain today, on a broad range of subjects, edited by Helena Lee, Acting Deputy Editor at Harper's Bazaar.

    Edwin Morgan: In Touch With Language: A New Prose Collection 1950-2005

    Edwin Morgan (1920-2010) is one of the giants of modern literature. In Touch With Language presents previously uncollected prose, with topics ranging from Gilgamesh to Ginsberg, cybernetics to sexualities, international literatures to the changing face of his home city of Glasgow. Everyone will find surprises and delights in this new collection.

    Edwin Morgan's Cyrano de Bergerac: (Scotnotes Study Guides)

    John Corbett's SCOTNOTE provides a succinct background to Edwin Morgan's Scots translation of Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac, and is a perfect introduction for senior school pupils and students of all ages.

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