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the international companion to edited by nicola royan SCOTTISH LITERATURE 1400–1650 international c ompanion to sc ot tish literature 1 400–1650 edited by nic ol a royan S L I international companions to scottish literature series editors: ian brown & thomas owen clancy INTERNATIONAL COMPANIONS offer essential insights into Scottish literary studies, covering key authors, periods, and topics from the medieval to the contemporary. Written and edited by leading scholars, the INTERNATIONAL COMPANIONS series provides comprehensive, authoritative, and accessible guides to all aspects of Scotland’s literature, past and present. Scottish Literature International Scottish Literature International is an imprint of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies Painted replica, Stirling Head number 14, in the Kings Presence Chamber as part of the Stirling Palace Project at Stirling Castle© Crown Copyright HES international companion to scottish literature 1400–1650 edited by nicola royan Between 1400 and 1650 Scotland underwent a series of drastic changes, in court, culture, and religion. Renaissance and Reformation, the Union of the Crowns, and the Wars of the Three Kingdoms all shaped the nation, shifting and recasting Scotland’s established relationships with Europe, the Mediterranean world, and with England. This INTERNATIONAL COMPANION traces the impact of these sweeping historical transformations on Scotland’s literatures, in English, Gaelic, Latin and Scots, and provides a comprehensive overview to the major cultural developments of this turbulent age. ...


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