A history of the Scottish P.E.N. organization, Part 1: 1927-1949

Stoddart, H. (2022) A history of the Scottish P.E.N. organization, Part 1: 1927-1949. Studies in Scottish Literature, 48(2), pp. 148-167. (doi: 10.51221/suc.ssl.2023.48.2.12)

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The first article in a two-part series charting the history of Scottish PEN, from its founding in 1927, through political struggles in the 1930s, and at the international congress in Edinburgh in 1934, over issues of intellectual freedom and the rise of Hitler, till the need to reestablish the organization after World War II, exploring Scottish PEN's relationship to the 20th century Scottish Renaissance movement, and examining the roles in Scottish PEN of H.J.C. Grierson, C.M. Grieve (Hugh MacDiarmid), Helen Cruikshank, William Power, Willa and Edwin Muir, and many others.

Item Type:Articles (Other)
Keywords:PEN International, Scottish Literature, Helen Cruickshank, Hugh McDiarmid, Edwin Muir
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Stoddart, Dr Helen
Authors: Stoddart, H.
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Critical Studies > English Literature
Research Group:Modern and Contemporary Literature
Journal Name:Studies in Scottish Literature
Journal Abbr.:SSL
Publisher:University of South Carolina Libraries
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2022 University of South Carolina Press
First Published:First published in Studies in Scottish Literature 48(2):148–167
Publisher Policy:Reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher

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