2 edition of Auntran blads found in the catalog.
A collection selected by Hugh MacDiarmid [pseud.] including Douglas Young"s versions from the Gaelic of Somhairle Maclean, George Campbell Hay and other poets.
|Statement||by Douglas Young.|
|Genre||Translations into English.|
|Series||Poetry Scotland series|
|Contributions||MacDiarmid, Hugh, 1892-, MacGill-Eain, Somhairle, 1911-, Hay, George Campbell.|
|LC Classifications||PR6047.O464 A8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||44033670|
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Auntran Auntran blads book An outwale o verses (Poetry Scotland series) [Young, Douglas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Auntran blads: An Author: Douglas Young. Auntran Blads, Young's first volume of poetry published incontains renderings of thirteen poems by MacLean: Calbharaigh, 'Ne d' Mhiann, Gealach Ur, Ban-Ghaidheal, and numb 43, 28, 33, 34, 51, 53, 55 and 42 of the Dàin do Eimhir.
His first, Auntran Blads (), was hailed by Hugh MacDiarmid as ‘a significant book’, and it contains many of his translations of work by Sorley MacLean and George Campbell Hay from the Gaelic into Scots.
William MacLellan, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Hard Back. Book Condition: Good +/Near VG. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust jacket. First Edition. 52 pages. Dark blue boards, blind stamp titles and design to upper board with some splash marks, bumping to all.
Young’s first collection Auntran Blads which appeared in the same year as the Dàin do Eimhir, was dedicated to Sorley MacLean and George Campbell Hay, and carried a long introduction by MacDiarmid.
Among its translations from a dozen languages, it included Scots recreations of poems by both Gaelic poets. Young was one of the leading ‘Scottish Renaissance’ poets or ‘neoLallans Makars’, and his two notable volumes of his poetry were Auntran Blads: an outwale of verses () and A Braird O Thristles (), included here.
He died at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, where he was Paddison Professor of Greek, on 24 October Author: Douglas Young. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 8, results for Books: Engineering & Transportation: Engineering: Mechanical: Hydraulics.
Sorley MacLean Online is being created by the Sorley MacLean Trust and aims to promote the work of the acclaimed Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean. ‘After the publication of this book Gaelic poetry could never be the same again’. The same year saw the publication of Douglas Young’s Auntran Blads.
Translating Gaelic into Scots: cultural and political issues. The production of literature within the territory now known as Scotland dates from long before the kingdom took its present shape; but the perception of an entity labelled “Scottish literature” has. This photograph shows Douglas Young, seated and looking straight at the camera.
Young studied at St Andrews and Oxford and he was an important figure of the Scottish Renaissance. He became a leading member of the Scottish National Party, and was imprisoned for refusing conscription in (where he completed 'Auntran Blads', his first book of. Above all he was fluent in ‘Lallans’ or Lowland Scots, in the tradition of Burns, Scott and Stevenson.
Young was one of the leading ‘Scottish Renaissance’ poets or ‘neoLallans Makars’, and his two notable volumes of his poetry were Auntran Blads: an outwale of verses () and A Braird O Thristles (), included here.
The importance of these factors is confirmed by Hugh MacDiarmid’s foreword to Young’s Auntran Blads, where, in discussing what he refers to as the “Scottish Renaissance movement” and Young’s place within it, MacDiarmid singles out as defining elements, as instanced by Young’s work: “a revived Scottish Nationalism”, “a thorough Author: Bill Findlay.
Serving police, fire, EMS, security. Shop for uniforms, equipment and apparel. Competitive pricing, largest in-stock assortment and trusted brands. Goodsir Smith’s first book was Skail Wind (), and he also published Carotid Cornucopius about life in Edinburgh in DOUGLAS YOUNG () Douglas Young was born in Tayport, Fife, on 5 Juneand spent his early years in India, where his father was involved in the jute industry.
and these were published in Auntran Blads in. Publication of Auntran Blads: an outwale o verses by Douglas CC Young (). Originally from Fife, Young is a lecturer in Greek and Latin at Aberdeen, Dundee and St Andrews and prominent figure in both Scots language and nationalist circles. The Puddocks, "A verse play in Scots frae the auld Greek o Aristophanes," was self-published in December The play premiered at the Byre Theatre in St.
Andrews by the Reid Gouns (i.e., "Red Gowns" an allusion to the university academic dress), February Box 75 1. Material concerning ‘Auntran Blads’ () 2. Material concerning ‘A Braird o' Thristles’ () 3.
Material concerning ‘Selected Poems’ () 4. Miscellaneous poems Boxes 76 - 81 Material concerning ‘The Puddocks’ and ‘The Burdies’ Box 76 1. The Puddocks - Corrected typescript and notes on variations 2. Auntran Blads ().
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Sun Tran, Tucson, Arizona. K likes. Official Facebook page for Sun Tran/5(). Douglas Young was one of the key figures of the “second wave” of Hugh MacDiarmid’s “Scottish Literary Renaissance”, yet he is one of the most overlooked.
Now, work is under way to collect Young’s poems and translations into a definitive edition. The themes of Scottish independence and self-government were pursued throughout Young’s life and : Richie McCaffery.
Auntran Blads, in the space of fifty-two pages, constitutes a truly extraordinary demonstration of the range of Young’s intellect as well as his literary talent.Professor Douglas Young (Gaelic: Dùghlas MacGill'Oig) was a Scottish poet, scholar, and translator.
He was the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) from to Young was born in Tayport, Fife. His father was employed in India by a Dundee jute firm, but insisted that his pregnant wife return home to give birth to their son in 4/5(5).