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Scottish literary renaissancelocked

(act. c. 1920–1945)
  • Roderick Watson

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Scottish literary renaissance (act.c. 1920–1945), was a self-aware Scottish cultural movement, of late nineteenth-century origin, that achieved its greatest coherence in the period between the end of the first and the end of the second world wars. This inter-war generation of writers followed what had been a striking revival of the creative arts in ...

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