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During this period, key Scottish works will hang alongside European masterpieces on the Ground and Upper Levels. This display features a selection of nineteenth and early twentieth century Scottish artworks by William McTaggart, Sir James Guthrie, The nineteenth century is often read as a time of retreat and diffusion in Scottish literature under the overwhelming influence of British identity.
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Giles Whiteley is Reader in English Literature at Stockholm University. He has published widely on topics from Shakespeare to modernism and is the author of the monographs Aestheticism and the Philosophy of Death (), Oscar Wilde and the Simulacrum () and, most recently, Schelling’s Reception in Nineteenth Century British Literature ().
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This volume of twenty essays presents a unique insight into the world of Scottish children’s literature throughout the long nineteenth century. As well as revisiting much-loved authors such as Stevenson, Barrie, and MacDonald, it explores the neglected role of women writers in shaping During the nineteenth century, newspapers and journals could reach a global audience, as they travelled around the empire by ship.
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