The European Sun: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, University of Strathclyde, 1993

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Contents
Introduction RODERICK J. LYALLix
1Henryson and the Art of Precise Allegorical Argument R.D.S. JACK1
2Duns Scotus on Intellect and Will ALEXANDER BROADIE12
3Scotland on the European Storytelling Map SHEILA DOUGLAS24
4The Song of the Cherubim JOHN PURSER30
5Scottish Poetry of the Reign of Mary Stewart A.A MACDONALD44
6Soldiers and Divines: Scottish-Danish Relations, 1589–1707 THOMAS RIIS62
7The Foundations of Cosmopolitan Culture: Scottish Involvement Abroad before the American Colonisation NED C. LANDSMAN70
8The Experience of Being a Bilingual Writer IAIN CRICHTON SMITH80
9The Legacy of the Makars EDWIN MORGAN91
10Gilbert Hay and the Problem of Sources: The Case of the Buke of the Ordre of Knychthede JONATHAN A. GLENN106
11French Connections? From the Grands Rhétoriqueurs to Clément Marot PRISCILLA BAWCUTT119
12The Scots, the French, and the English: an Arthurian Episode SALLY MAPSTONE129
13A Story of One Faith and Blood – Orkneyinga saga and the Poetics of Historical Continuity BERTHOLD SCHOENE-HARWOOD145
14The Literary Culture of the Early Scottish Court BENJAMIN HUDSON156
15Turning Law into Literature: The Influence of the Ars Notaria on Fifteenth-Century Scottish Literature R.L. KINDRICK166

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