restricted access   Volume 6, Number 2, Autumn/Winter 2014

Table of Contents

Editorial

Scottish Literary Review

pp. v-vii

Articles

Translation, Power and Gender in Thomas Hudson’s Historie of Judith

pp. 1-23

James Morison, Book Illustration and The Poems of Robert Burns (1812)

pp. 25-48

Peatland and the Ulster-Scottish Culture of North-East Ireland in Thomas Beggs’s Rathlin

pp. 49-66

Politics and Art: James Kelman’s Not Not While the Giro

pp. 67-92

‘[You can’t kill me]’: Scottish Identity and the Anglo-Scottish Union in David Greig’s Dunsinane

pp. 93-113

Shorter Essays and Notes

‘Two Syllables Only’: Hailes, Mallet and Scottish literary anxiety in the age of Enlightenment

pp. 115-128

Thomas Crawford 1920–2014

pp. 129-131

Reviews

The Scottish Sixties: Reading, Rebellion, Revolution? Edited by Eleanor Bell and Linda Gunn (review)

pp. 135-137

The International Writers’ Conference Revisited: Edinburgh, 1962 Edited by Angela Bartie and Eleanor Bell (review)

pp. 138-139

Within and Without Empire: Scotland Across the (Post)colonial Borderline Edited by Carla Sassi and Theo van Heijnsbergen (review)

pp. 140-142

Scottish Literature and Postcolonial Literature: Comparative Texts and Critical Perspectives Edited by Michael Gardiner, Graeme Macdonald and Niall O’Gallagher (review)

pp. 143-145

Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers Edited by Willy Maley and Rory Loughnane (review)

pp. 146-148

Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press by Rhona Brown (review)

pp. 149-151

Applauding Thunder: Life, Work and Critics of Alexander Smith by Simon Berry (review)

pp. 152-153

James Kelman: Politics and Aesthetics by Aaron Kelly (review)

pp. 154-156

The Edinburgh Companion to Liz Lochhead Edited by Anne Varty (review)

pp. 157-159

Walter Scott and Contemporary Theory by Evan Gottlieb, and: The Life of Sir Walter Scott by John Macrone Edited by Daniel Grader (review)

pp. 160-162

Nation and Nationalism Edited by Alistair McCleery (review)

pp. 163-165

A New Race of Men: Scotland 1815–1914 by Michael Fry (review)

pp. 166-168

Scottish Theatre: Diversity, Language, Continuity by Ian Brown (review)

pp. 169-170

Errata

p. 171

Notes on Contributors

pp. 173-174