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Tom Scott special issue [of Agenda magazine] / edited by William Cookson and W.S. Milne.

By: Scott, Tom 1918-1995.
Contributor(s): Bold, Alan 1943-1998. | Calder, Robert Russell 1950- | Cookson, William | Grant, James Russell 1924- | Hubbard, Tom 1950- | Milne, William S | Milne, William S | Murphy, Hayden 1945- | Neill, William 1922-2010 | Oxley, William 1939- | Raine, Kathleen 1908-2003 | Russell, Peter 1921- | Villon, Francois b. 1431 | Morrison, David 1941-2012 | Morgan, Edwin 1920-2010 | Nairn, Thom 1955-2017.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Agenda, 1993Other title: Agenda. Vol. 30, no. 4 - Vol. 31, no. 1, Winter-Spring 1992-93 [Other title].Subject(s): Scott, Tom, 1918-1995 | Edwin Morgan Archive | SCOTBIB 1992 < SCOTBIB 1990-1999 < SCOTBIB - works by Scottish authors or from Scottish publishers < bibliographies < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | Scots < Germanic & Scandinavian languages < specific languages < language history & linguistics < anthropology < man & society < mankind | annotations by hand to published works < publishing < book trade < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | bibliographies < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | conversations & interviews < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | journal forms < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | literary criticism - poetry < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | photo illustrations & portraits < illustrations < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | translations into Scots < translations < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankindGeneral Note: Agenda vol. 30, no. 4-vol. 31, no. 1; winter-spring 1992-3. Includes Scott's translations from Villon into Scots; also interview, bibliography, and photographs.; Includes the poem 'Macaronicon' (p. 135) by Edwin Morgan..Linking Entry Complexity Note: One copy is part of the Edwin Morgan Archive..Local Notes: The Edwin Morgan Archive copy has a handwritten note by Edwin Morgan in blue pen on the table of contents page: "Dear Hamish -- spare copy for you. Thanks for the grand [illeg.] of [illeg.]. I trust the wood-chips are still quietly fuming --- Eddie.".Edwin Morgan Archive
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Agenda vol. 30, no. 4-vol. 31, no. 1; winter-spring 1992-3. Includes Scott's translations from Villon into Scots; also interview, bibliography, and photographs.

Includes the poem 'Macaronicon' (p. 135) by Edwin Morgan.

One copy is part of the Edwin Morgan Archive.

The Edwin Morgan Archive copy has a handwritten note by Edwin Morgan in blue pen on the table of contents page: "Dear Hamish -- spare copy for you. Thanks for the grand [illeg.] of [illeg.]. I trust the wood-chips are still quietly fuming --- Eddie."

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