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Modern Scottish Poetry (Faber) Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Scottish_Poetry_(Faber)

First edition

Modern Scottish Poetry: An Anthology of the Scottish Renaissance 1920-1945 was a poetry anthology edited by Maurice Lindsay, and published in 1946 by Faber and Faber.[1]

It covered the Scottish Renaissance literary movement in Scotland, featuring works written in English, Scots and Gaelic,[1] and was important in bringing the Scottish poets of the time to wider international attention.[2]

The anthology went through subsequent editions published in 1966, 1976 and 1986.[3]

Poets in Modern Scottish Poetry (1946)[edit]

Margot Robert Adamson - Marion Angus - George Bruce - Helen B. Cruickshank - Adam Drinan - John Ferguson - G. S. Fraser - Robert Garioch - W. S. Graham - Alexander Gray - George Campbell Hay - J. F. Hendry - Violet Jacob - William Jeffrey - Maurice Lindsay - Norman MacCaig - Hugh MacDiarmid - Pittendrigh MacGillivray - Albert MacKie - Hamish Maclaren - Sorley MacLean - Robert MacLellan - Donald MacRae - William Montgomerie - Edwin Muir - R. Crombie Saunders - Tom Scott - Ann Scott-Moncrieff - Donald Sinclair - Sydney Goodsir Smith - William Soutar - Lewis Spence - Muriel Stuart - Ruthven Todd - Andrew Young - Douglas Young

Additional in the 1966 edition[edit]

D. M. Black - George Mackay Brown - Stewart Conn - Ian Hamilton Finlay - Robin Fulton - Edwin Morgan - Alastair Reid - Alexander Scott - Burns Singer - Iain Crichton Smith - Derick Thomson - Sydney Tremayne - W. Price Turner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Tolley, A. Trevor (1986). The Poetry of the Forties. Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719017087.
  2. ^ "Maurice Lindsay (broadcaster) (1918 - 2009)". Scottish Poetry Library. 2012. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  3. ^ Barnaby, Paul; Hubbard, Tom (2007). Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: Modern Transformations: New Identities (from 1918). Edinburgh University Press. p. 36. ISBN 9780748624829.