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|Title:||Language and Politics in the Works of Hugh MacDiarmid|
|Authors:||Mackenzie, Russel Robin|
|Advisor:||Gray, J. M.|
|Keywords:||English;English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>A study of the relationship between Hugh MacDiarmid's poetic language and his political beliefs between the wars. Some account is given of political conditions in Scotland between the wars and the part played by Macdiarmid in political movements -- Scottish Nationalism, Social Credit, Communism. The object of the thesis is to trace the influence of the poet's politics on his various experimental poetic languages -- "synthetic Scots" and "synthetic English".</p>|
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