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xi Abbreviations ACMRS: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. AHSL: R. D. S. Jack (ed.), History of Scottish Literature vol 1: Origins to 1660 (Aberdeen: AUP, 1988). Aitken et al, Bards and Makars: Adam J. Aitken et al. (eds), Bards and Makars: Scottish Language and Literature: Medieval and Renaissance (Glasgow: University of Glasgow Press, 1977). ASLS: Association for Scottish Literary Studies. AUP: Aberdeen University Press. Bawcutt and Riddy, LSP: Priscilla Bawcutt and Felicity Riddy (eds), Longer Scottish Poems vol. 1: 1375–1650 (Edinburgh: SAP, 1987). Bawcutt, Dunbar: The Poems of William Dunbar, ed. P. Bawcutt, 2 vols (Glasgow: ASLS, 1998). Individual poems will be identified with B and number, as they appear in this edition. Bawcutt and Hadley Williams, Medieval Scottish Poetry: P. Bawcutt and J. Hadley Williams (eds), A Companion to Medieval Scottish Poetry (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2006). BBIAS: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society. BDL: Book of the Dean of Lismore, Edinburgh, NLS, Adv.MS.72.1.37. Boardman and Foran, Barbour’s Bruce: Steve Boardman and Susan Foran (eds), Barbour’s Bruce and its Cultural Contexts: Politics, Chivalry and Literature in Late Medieval Scotland (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2015). Caie et al, European Sun: G. Caie, R. J. Lyall, S. Mapstone and K. Simpson (eds), The European Sun: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 2001). xii Chron. Bower: Walter Bower, Scotichronicon, ed. D. E. R. Watt et al, 9 vols. (Aberdeen and Edinburgh: AUP and Mercat Press, 1989–98). CUP: Cambridge University Press. DOST: Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue, found at Dictionary of the Scots Language. 2004. Scottish Language Dictionaries Ltd. DSL: Dictionary of the Scots Language 2004. Scottish Language Dictionaries Ltd. EHSL: I. Brown, T. Clancy , S. Manning and M. Pittock (eds), The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature vol 1: From Columba to the Union (until 1707) (Edinburgh: EUP, 2006). EUP: Edinburgh University Press. FMLS: Forum for Modern Language Studies. Fox, Henryson: The Poems of Robert Henryson, ed. Denton Fox (Oxford: OUP, 1981). Gillies, Gaelic and Scotland: William Gillies (ed.), Gaelic and Scotland: Alba agus a’ Ghàidhlig (Edinburgh: EUP, 1989). IR: Innes Review. Hadley Williams, Lyndsay: Janet Hadley Williams (ed.), Sir David Lyndsay: Selected Poems (Glasgow: ASLS, 2001). Hadley Williams and McClure, Fresche Fontanis: J. Hadley Williams and J. D. McClure (eds), Fresche Fontanis: Proceedings of the 2008 Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Languages and Literatures Conference (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2013). Houwen et al, Palace in the Wild: L. A. J. R. Houwen, A. A. MacDonald and S. L. Mapstone (eds), A Palace in the Wild: Essays on Vernacular Culture and Humanism in Late-Medieval and Renaissance Scotland (Leuven: Peeters, 2000). JEBS: Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographic Society. McClure and Spiller, Bryght Lanternis: J. Derrick McClure and Michael R. G. Spiller (eds), Bryght Lanternis: Essays on the Language and Literature of Medieval and Renaissance Scotland (Aberdeen: AUP, 1989). MacDonald et al, Renaissance in Scotland: A. A. MacDonald, M. Lynch and I. B. Cowan (eds), The Renaissance in Scotland: Studies in Literature, Religion, History and Culture (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1994). abbreviations xiii Mapstone, Dunbar: Sally Mapstone (ed.), William Dunbar, ‘The Nobill Poyet’: Essays in Honour of Priscilla Bawcutt (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 2001). Mapstone, Older Scottish Literature: Sally Mapstone (ed.), Older Scottish Literature (Edinburgh: John Donald, 2005). Mason, Kingship and Commonweal: Roger A. Mason, Kingship and the Commonweal: Political Thought in Renaissance and Reformation Scotland (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1998). MIP: Medieval Institute Publications. MUP: Manchester University Press. NIMEV: Julia Boffey and A. S. G. Edwards (eds), New Index of Middle English Verse (London: British Library, 2004). NLS: National Library of Scotland. OED: Oxford English Dictionary (Oxford: OUP, 2017). OUP: Oxford University Press. PBA: Proceedings of the British Academy. PMLA: Proceedings of the Modern Languages Association. RES: Review of English Studies. RoSC: Review of Scottish Culture. Royan, Langage Cleir Illumynate: N. Royan (ed.), Langage Cleir Illumynate: Scottish Poetry from Barbour to Drummond, 1375–1630 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007). SAP: Scottish Academic Press. ScotStud: Scottish Studies. SGS: Scottish Gaelic Studies. SGTS: Scottish Gaelic Text Society. Unless otherwise stated, place of publication for all Society publications is Edinburgh. SHR: Scottish Historical Review. SHS: Scottish History Society. Place of publication for all Society publications is Edinburgh. SL: Scottish Language. SLJ/SSR/SLR: Scottish Literary Journal, Scottish Studies Review, Scottish Literary Review, published by ASLS. SSL: Studies in Scottish Literature. STC: A short-title...


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