Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature

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Index
The index includes entries for names of persons and organisations; titles of anthologies and significant journals; languages and literary forms. Page numbers suffixed ‘n’ refer to notes.
Aberdeen, Countess of, 26
Aboulela, Leila, 216
Advisory Council for the Arts in Scotland, 220
Agnew, Denis, 220
Ahead of Its Time (anthology), 188
Aitken, A. J., 5
Aitken, Sadie, 67, 139
Akros (journal), 136–7, 182
Akros Publications, 136
Anderson, Carol, 81–2
Anderson, Dave, 72
Angus, Marion, 39, 109, 164
Annand, J. K., 98, 161
Archer, David, 112–13
Archer, William, 61
Arden, John, 140
Armstrong, Moira, 144
Arnott, Peter, 72, 101–2, 184
Arts Council Scottish Committee, 9, 65, 67, 162; see also Scottish Arts Council
Ascherson, Neal, 166
Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 7
Axford, Nikki, 220
Aylife, H. K., 67
Bain, George, 109
Bamforth, Iain, 211
Banks, Iain (M.), 93, 186, 187, 193–4, 202–3, 218, 219
Barbour, John, 3
Barke, James, 59, 104
Barnaby, Paul, 180
Barnes, Grace, 74
Barrie, J. M., 62–3
Buchan and, 30, 32
drama, 8, 23, 28, 32, 62–3, 66
‘Kailyard’ associations, 15, 27
Masson and, 23
novels, 15, 23, 38, 55
Peter Pan, 19–20, 62
screen adaptations, 11
Bateman, Meg, 143, 168, 177–8, 191, 209, 210, 216
Baxter, James, 219
Beaton, M. C., 11, 217
Beith, John Hay, 2, 40–1
Bell, Eleanor, 134
Belli, Giuseppe, 137
Benchtours, 70
Benstock, Shari, 113–14
Betjeman, John, 112
Beuys, Joseph, 140
Binnie, John, 73
Birrell, Ross, 163
Black, Ronald, 97, 138
Blackie (publisher), 109
Blackwood, George, 39
Blackwood, William, and Sons, 109, 133
Blackwood’s Magazine, 30, 39, 41
Blake, George, 104
Blakemore, Michael, 140
Blind Harry, 217
Bold, Alan, 157
Borderline, 70, 141
Borthwick, Nina, 26
Bowman, Martin, 68
Boyd, Eddie, 69, 144
Boyd, William, 93, 182, 192
Brandane, John, 63
Brandon Thomas Company, 61
Brenton, Howard, 141
Bridie, James
Citizens Theatre, 8, 9, 67, 110
Corrie and, 63
death, 107
drama, 59, 66–7, 68, 101, 105
Lindsay’s Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis, 67
real name, 2
Brookmyre, Christopher, 189
Brown, George Douglas, 12, 15, 22, 26–7, 38, 57, 77

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