Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Contents

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Preface and Acknowledgments

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pp. ix-xi

This volume brings to light one of the very few Romantic revival collections not included in Francis James Child’s The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Though the manuscripts date to the early nineteenth century, little was known about them until after World...

Abbreviations & Map of Glenbuchat

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pp. xiii- xvi

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Introduction

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pp. xvii-lxxiii

The Glenbuchat manuscripts have hovered on the edge of ballad scholarship for nearly two centuries. They were known to at least two Scottish antiquarians in the 1820s, but from there the collection lapses into obscurity for more than a century and a quarter...

The Ballads

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pp. 1-2

Vol: I

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pp. 3-70

Vol: I I

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pp. 73-128

Vol: III

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pp. 129-186

Vol: IV

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pp. 187-224

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Notes to the Ballads

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pp. 225-250

The following annotations are intended to be illustrative rather than exhaustive. The principal aim has been to place the Glenbuchat texts within the regional tradition, textually and historically. Those interested in alternate versions are referred to Steve Roud’s Folksong Index, which is the most comprehensive index to song versions in print. The format adopted...

Glossary

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pp. 251-254

Works Cited

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pp. 255-262

Index of Titles and First Lines

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pp. 263-266

Index of Child and Laws Types

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pp. 267-270

Index of Names and Places

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pp. 271-274