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The feeling for nature in Scottish poetry

Author: John Veitch
Publisher: Edinburgh ; London : W. Blackwood and Sons, 1887.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Veitch, John, 1829-1894.
Feeling for nature in Scottish poetry.
Edinburgh ; London : W. Blackwood and Sons, 1887
(OCoLC)612519066
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Veitch
OCLC Number: 582734
Description: 2 volumes ; 18 cm
Contents: V. 1. Introductory. I. The feeling for nature --
its various forms. II. General principles --
the nature and laws of the beautiful, with special reference to natural objects. The feeling for nature in Scottish poetry. III. Scottish poetry of nature --
general historical survey. IV. The romances: Thomas the Rhymour to Clerk of Tranent (13th to the 15th century) V. The national epics: John Barbour --
Henry the minstrel --
Andrew of Wyntoun (1375-1424) VI. National poets of the Stuart period: James I. (1394-1437) VII. National poets of the Stuart period: Robert Henryson (1425-1498) VIII. National poets of the Stuart period: William Dunbar (1450-1520) IX. National poets of the Stuart period: Gawin Douglas (1474-1522) X. National poets of the Stuart period: Sir David Lyndsay (1490-1557) XI. National poets of the Stuart period: Alexander Montgomerie. --
Alexander Scott. --
Alexander Hume. --
James VI (1535-1603). Cont. --
v. 2. XII. The period from the union of the crowns to Allan Ramsay (1603-1725) XIII. Modern period: Allan Ramsay (1686-1758) XIV. Modern period: James Thomson (1700-1748) XV. Modern period: from Allan Ramsey to James Macpherson (1758-1796) XVI. Modern period: Robert Burns (1759-1796) XVII. Modern period: James Grahame --
Mrs. Grant of Laggan --
Joanna Baillie (1765-1851) XVIII. Modern period: John Leyden (1775-1811) XIX. Modern period: Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) XX. Modern period: James Hogg (1770-1885) XXI. Modern period: John Wilson and others (1788-1854) XXII. Modern period: John Campbell Shairp (1819-1885) XXIII. Modern period: David Gray and others (1838-1861) XXIV. Art in landscape-painting, with special reference to its rise and progress on the continent of Europe and in Scotland.
Responsibility: by John Veitch.

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