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‘Lewis Grassic Gibbon and Modernism: “What’s wrong with the other moderns is the lack of purpose in their infernal books”'
Examining his works within the social, political, and literary developments of his time, this volume demonstrates Gibbon's continuing relevance both in Scotland and internationally.
The Refusal to Work and the Representation of Political Subjectivity in the 1920s and 2020s
This article considers the power of the general strike as an enabling ‘myth’ within in a range of literary texts from the 1920s that address the specific historical meanings of the 1926 General Strike. It also considers ...