Scripting the Nation: Court Poetry and the Authority of History in Late Medieval Scotland
Creators:Terrell, Katherine H.
Subjects (LCSH):Dunbar, William, 1460?-1520? -- Criticism and interpretation
Kennedy, Walter, approximately 1460-approximately 1508 -- Criticism and interpretation
Douglas, Gawin, 1474?-1522 -- Criticism and interpretation
English poetry -- Scottish authors -- History and criticism
Scottish poetry -- To 1700 -- History and criticism
National characteristics, Scottish, in literature
Nationalism and literature
Courts and courtiers in literature
Authority in literature
Keywords:Literary Criticism / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Literary Criticism / Medieval
Literary Criticism / Poetry
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Interventions: New Studies in Medieval Culture
On the uses of the past: diplomacy, genealogy, and historiography -- Subversive histories: strategies of identity in Scottish historiography -- "Ane worthier genology": translatio imperii and the divine imperative of history -- Legacies of nationalist historiography and the founding of Scottish poetry -- Literary genealogy and national identity in Dunbar and Kennedy -- From courtly love to court poetics: Dunbar's petitions and the Scottish transformation of tradition -- "Writtin in the langage of Scottis natioun": the political poetry of Douglas's Eneados.
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