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braird o thristles
|Statement||by Douglas Young ; Pictish decorations by George Bain.|
|Series||Poetry Scotland series ;, no. 12|
|LC Classifications||PR6047.O464 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||48025685|
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A Braird O Thristles. Book Description. Glasgow: William MacLellan Illustrated by George Bain. As well as Douglas Young's own poetry in Scots and English; this collection also includes translations from the Gaelic into Scots of early work by Sorley MacLean and George Campbell Hay, translations from French into Scots of work by Paul Valery COVID Resources.
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It is now recognized as a formative influence on English intellectual and cultural life worthy to rank with the great reviews of the eighteenth and nineteenth :// Selected Bibliography. Auntran Blads: an outwale o verses (Glasgow: William Maclellan, ) A Braird o Thristles: Scots poems (Glasgow: William Maclellan, ) The Puddocks: a verse play in Scots, from the Greek of Aristophanes (Tayport, ) The Burdies: a comedy in Scots verse, from the Greek of Aristophanes (Tayport, ) A Clear Voice: Douglas Young, poet and polymath: a selection from Author of Edinburgh in the Age of Sir Walter Scott, A Braird o Thristles, and Auntran Blads Above all he was fluent in ‘Lallans’ or Lowland Scots, in the tradition of Burns, Scott and Stevenson.
Young was one of the leading ‘Scottish Renaissance’ poets or ‘neoLallans Makars’, and his two notable volumes of his poetry were Auntran Blads: an outwale of verses () and A Braird O Thristles (), included here.
He died at › Poetry, Drama & Criticism › History & Criticism › Literary Theory & Movements. Born in Tayport, Fife, on 5 JuneDouglas Young was one of the most charismatic and distinguished Scots of his day.
Described by Nigel Tranter as a ‘Poet, scholar, author, linguist, raconteur and fighter of causes’, he was a genuine polymath, an intellectual giant, and his range of interests was exceptional. A brilliant Classical [ ] # A Braird O Thristles: Scots poems, by Douglas Young () The book covers are heavy boards with a cloth quarter binding.
The books have no half-title page. A photograph of the author faces the title page. The series name is indicated at the top of the title :// 4 When Young made his play translations he was a lecturer in Classics at St Andrews University. The immediate reason for the translations was to satisfy requests from his students.
In a foreword to the published script of The Puddocks (Puddocks, p. vi).he acknowledged “Mr Gordon Stirling Maxwell, a member of the Honours Classics class, at whose request I undertook the translation in July Douglas Young was one of the key figures of the “second wave” of Hugh MacDiarmid’s “Scottish Literary Renaissance”, yet he is one of the most overlooked.
Now, work is under way to collect Young’s poems and translations into a definitive edition. The themes of Scottish independence and self-government were pursued throughout Young’s life and :// Book, A Braird O Thristles: Scots Poems, by D.
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He died at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, where he was Paddison Professor of Greek, on 24 October › Books › Literature & Fiction › Poetry. Aikman, J. () An Account of the Tournament at Eglinton, revised and corrected by several of the Knights With a biographical account of the Eglinton family; to which is prefixed a sketch of chivalry, and of the most remarkable Scottish tournaments., Historical ble at: :// translation of the poem, published in A Braird o Thristles (Glasgow: MacLellan, ).
Two manuscript poems for postmen, 5. A New Ballad for John MacLean, (annotated typescript). Soren Hansen and Jasper Jensen The Little Red School Book London: Stage 1, (with related correspondence and notes).
T S Law and Thurso BRAIRD A First shoots of corn B Stew in closed vessel C Sea-bream or porgy who am I. TIME OUT EXTRA This was followed by A Braird o Thristles (), celebrations of Edinburgh and :// 2.
Material concerning ‘A Braird o' Thristles’ () 3. Material concerning ‘Selected Poems’ () 4. Miscellaneous poems Boxes 76 - 81 Material concerning ‘The Puddocks’ and ‘The Burdies’ Box 76 1. The Puddocks - Corrected typescript and notes on variations 2.
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