Bannockburns: Scottish Independence and the Literary Imagination, 1314-2014 Paperback – 14 Jan 2014
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"'Alas! I have often said to myself, what are all the boasted advantages which my Country reaps from a certain Union, that can counterbalance the annihilation of her Independence, & even her very Name.' Robert Burns"
About the Author
Robert Crawford is Professor of Modern Scottish Literature at the University of St Andrews and is well-known as a poet, scholar and critic.
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among the many widely differing groups. Ken S. My grandfather was a Mcmurtrie from Ayrshire.