The New Penguin Book of Scottish Verse

The New Penguin Book of Scottish Verse

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This volume is the first anthology to offer a view over the entire history of Scottish poetry, extending from the sixth to the end of the 20th century, and representing each of its stylistic currents with clarity and verve.
Publisher: London : Penguin Group, 2006, c2000
ISBN: 9780140587111
Branch Call Number: 821.00809411/NEW
Alternative Title: Penguin book of Scottish verse
Scottish verse
The dream of the Rood
The attributes of a gentleman / St. Ronald of Orkney / Earl Rognvald Kali
The two mice / Robert Henryson
Hale, Sterne superne / William Dunbar
Done is a battell on the dragon blak / William Dunbar
The dance of the sevin deidly synnis / William Dunbar
I that in heill wes and gladnes (The lament for the Makars) / William Dunbar
Hence heart / Alexander Scott
Return thee, heart / Alexander Scott
To love unluvit / /Alexander Scott
Sonnets to Bothwell [Sonnet IX[ / Mary, Queen of Scots
O domine deus! / Mary, Queen of Scots
Ane dreame / Alexander Montgomerie
The royall palice of the heichest heiwin / Alexander Montgomerie
Venus and cupid / Mark Alexander Boyd
Sonnet : on the river Tweed / Sir Robert Aytoun
Upon Mr. Thomas Murrays fall / Sir Robert Aytoun
What meanes this strangeness / Sir Robert Aytoun
Sir Patrick Spens [ballad]
The battle of Otterburn [ballad]
Edom o' Gordon [ballad]
The wife of Usher's Well [ballad]
Farewell for ever to last night / Niall Mór Macmhuirich
Of the day estivall / Alexander Hume
The great silkie of sule skerry [ballad]
Get up and bar the door [ballad]
Clerk Saunders [ballad]
Thomas Rymer [ballad]
The wee Cooper of Fife [ballad]
Mary Hamilton [ballad]
Bonny Barbara Allan [ballad]
The twa Corbies [ballad]
Lucky Spence's last advice / Allan Ramsay
To the phiz an ode / Allan Ramsay
As I was a-walking by yon green garden
On an amorous old man / David Malloch [Mallet]
Johnnie Cope / Adam Skirving
The flowers of the forest / Jean Elliot
Caller oysters / Robert Fergusson
Mary Morison / Robert Burns
Holy Willie's prayer / Robert Burns
To a mouse / Robert Burns
Address to the deil / Robert Burns
To a louse / Robert Burns
Second epistle to Davie / Robert Burns
To a haggis / Robert Burns
Lines written under the portrait of Robert Fergusson / Robert Burns
Auld lang syne / Robert Burns
Farewell to the Highlands / Robert Burns
John Anderson my Jo / Robert Burns
Tam o' Shanter / Robert Burns
Ae fond kiss / Robert Burns
Such a parcel of rogues in a nation / Robert Burns
A red, red rose / Robert Burns
Is there for honest poverty / Robert Burns
Oh wert thou in the cauld blast / Robert Burns
The heiress / Carolina Oliphant (Lady Nairne)
Will ye no come back again? / Caroline Oliphant (Lady Nairne)
The land o' the Leal / Caroline Oliphant [Lady Nairne]
Charlie is my darling / James Hogg
The witch of' fife / James Hogg
Lochinvar / Sir Walter Scott
The tap-room / Robert Tannahill
To the evening star / Thomas Campbell
The wee, wee German Lairdie / Allan Cunningham
The thistle's grown aboon the rose / Allan Cunningham
She walks in beauty / Lord Byron
So, we'll go no more a roving / Lord Byron
Oor location / Janet Hamilton
I'm naebody noo / William Anderson
Why do the houses stand / George MacDonald
Railway bridge of the Silvery Tay / William MacGonagall
Glasgow / Alexander Smith
In the room / James Thomson
The last sark / Ellen Johnston
Manly sports / Marion Bernstein
Romance / Andrew Lang
The discovery of America / James Robertson
The light-keeper / Robert Louis Stevenson
Requiem / Robert Louis Stevenson
Christmas at sea / Robert L. Stevenson
The lamplighter / Robert Louis Stevenson
From a railway carriage / Robert Louis Stevenson
The land of story-books / Robert Louis Stevenson
Thirty bob a week / John Davidson
A northern suburb / John Davidson
Snow / John Davidson
Alas, poor queen / Marion Angus
The blue jacket / Marion Angus
The doors of sleep / Marion Angus
The prows o' reekie / Lewis spence
The princess of Scotland / Rachel Annand Taylor
A dead mole / Andrew Young
The stockdoves / Andrew Young
A wet day / Andrew Young
The ponnage pool / Helen B. Cruickshank
Childhood / Edwin Muir
Merlin / Edwin Muir
Scotland / Edwin Muir
Scotland's winter / Edwin Muir
The horses / Edwin Muir
The little white rose / Christopher Murray Grieve
Scotland small? / Christopher Murray Grieve
On a raised beah / Christopher Murray Grieve
Instrument and agent / Norman MacCaig
Summer farm / Norman MacCaig
Likenesses / Norman MacCaig
Basking shark / Norman MacCaig
Wild oats / Norman MacCaig


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