This is a collection fundamental texts that define Scotland's political and social past and structure. It provides the notes and discussion necessary to fully appreciate them. Texts include: "The Declaration of Arbroath", "Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaites", "The Complaynte of Scotland", "United and Separate Parliaments", "The Treaty of Union", "The Declaration of Perth" and "The Claim of Right".;Throughout the centuries, the Scots have found conflict with a much larger and much more powerful neighbour and have always been conscious of their own identity. From "The Declaration of Arbroath" to the "Claim of Rights", a volume of major texts, both literary and political, show the development of Scotland's sense of itself through the years.;Writers include David Human, Walter Scott, John Buchan, Edwin Muir, George Davie, Jim Sillars, Fletcher of Saltoun, Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, Robert Burns, James Boswell, Robert Louis Stevenson, Keir Hardie and Adam Smith.;Paul Scott is the author of "In Bed with an Elephant", "Defoe in Scotland" and "Fletcher of Saltoun".

The unwon cause - Paul Henderson Scott

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Title
The unwon cause
Author
Paul Henderson Scott
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Canongate
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19970301

This is a collection fundamental texts that define Scotland's political and social past and structure. It provides the notes and discussion necessary to fully appreciate them. Texts include: "The Declaration of Arbroath", "Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaites", "The Complaynte of Scotland", "United and Separate Parliaments", "The Treaty of Union", "The Declaration of Perth" and "The Claim of Right".;Throughout the centuries, the Scots have found conflict with a much larger and much more powerful neighbour and have always been conscious of their own identity. From "The Declaration of Arbroath" to the "Claim of Rights", a volume of major texts, both literary and political, show the development of Scotland's sense of itself through the years.;Writers include David Human, Walter Scott, John Buchan, Edwin Muir, George Davie, Jim Sillars, Fletcher of Saltoun, Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, Robert Burns, James Boswell, Robert Louis Stevenson, Keir Hardie and Adam Smith.;Paul Scott is the author of "In Bed with an Elephant", "Defoe in Scotland" and "Fletcher of Saltoun".

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Scotland - History - Sources.|Scotland - In literature.
Country of Publication
Scotland
Number of Pages
256

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