Literature and the Scottish Reformation / edited by Crawford Gribben and David George Mullan
- Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub. Ltd., 
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- viii, 260 pages ; 25 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Gribben, Crawford
Mullan, David George
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- St Andrews studies in Reformation history
- Pt. I. Contexts. Writing the Scottish Reformation / David George Mullan -- Language attitudes and choice in the Scottish Reformation / Marina Dossena -- 'The divine fury of the muses' : neo-Latin poetry in early modern Scotland / David Allan -- Pt. II. Texts. Allegory and Reformation poetics in David Lindsay's Ane satire of the thrie estaitis (1552-54) / Amanda J. Piesse -- John Knox and A godly letter : fashioning and refashioning the exilic 'I' / Rudolph P. Almasy -- Theological controversy in the wake of John Knox's The first blast of the trumpet / Kenneth D. Farrow -- King James VI and I as a religious writer / Astrid Stilma -- Calvinism, counter-Reformation and conversion : Alexander Montgomerie's religious poetry / Mark S. Sweetnam -- English bards and Scotch poetics : Scotland's literary influence and sixteenth-century English religious verse / Deirdre Serjeantson -- Hume of Godscroft on parity / David Reid -- Pt. III. Reception. Political theatre or heritage culture? : Ane satyre of the thrie estaitis in production / Adrienne Scullion -- A book for Lollards and Protestants : Mudoch Nisbet's New Testament / Martin Holt Dotterweich -- A few concluding observations / David George Mullan.
- 9780754667155 (alk. paper)
0754667154 (alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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