Crossing the Highland line : cross-currents in eighteenth-century Scottish writing, selected papers from the 2005 ASLS Annual Conference / edited by Christopher MacLachlan.
- Glasgow : Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2009.
- Conference Name:
- ASLS Conference (34th : 2005 : Sabhal Mòe Ostaig, Scotland)
- Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies); no. 14.
Occasional papers / Association for Scottish Literary Studies ; no. 14
vii, 215 pages ; 21 cm
- Scottish literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
- Kongress -- Sabhal Mòr Ostaig -- 2005.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- "The eighteenth century was a time of dramatic change and drastic upheaval in Scotland, from the Treaty of Union with England in 1707, through Jacobite rebellions in the Highlands, to the Scottish Enlightenment. Crossing the Highland Line is a new collection of essays examining this crucial period, exploring the literary connections and influences across Scotland, and tracing the links between those who wrote in Scots and English and those who wrote in Gaelic." "These essays, from fourteen leading scholars, show that the whole of Scotland - Highland and Lowland, high cultures and low - participated in the reshaping of literature in the eighteenth century. The Highland Line does not divide."--Jacket.
Edward J. Cowan: Contacts and tensions in Highland and Lowland culture
Gerard Carruthers: 'Poured out extensive, and of watery wealth': Scotland in Thomson's The Seasons
Raghnall MacilleDhuibh: Compàirteachadh an Urraim: Mac Mhgr Alastair 's a' Ghalldachd
Ronald Black: Sharing the Honour: Mac Mhgr Alastair and the Lowlands
Christopher MacLachlan: Literary Edinburgh in the Time of Alexander MacDonald
Neil MacGregor: Orm a Laigheas Gach Seanchas: The Gaelic Songs of John Roy Stuart
Murray Pittock: The Jacobite Song: Was There a Scottish Aisling?
Donald E. Meek: Evangelicalism, Ossianism And The Enlightenment: The Many Masks Of Dugald Buchanan
Kenneth Simpson: The Place of Macpherson's Ossian in Scottish Literature
Meg Bateman: The Environmentalism of Donnchadh Bàn: Pragmatic or Mythic?
Margery Palmer McCulloch: The Lasses Reply to Mr Burns: Women Poets and Songwriters in the Lowlands
E. Mairi MacArthur: Fresh Fields for Inquiry: Travellers to the Highlands in the Eighteenth Century
Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart: Highland Rogues and the Roots of Highland Romanticism
William Gillies: The Poetry of William Ross.
- "These essays are based on papers originally presented at the 34th ASLS Annual Conference, 'Crossing the Highland Line', held at Sabhal Mò̀r Ostaig on the Isle of Skye, 20-22 May 2005."
Includes bibliographical references.
- MacLachlan, C. J. M.
Association for Scottish Literary Studies.
- Other format:
- Online version: Crossing the Highland line.
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