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What's the best quote by a Scots war poet? / by Martin Hannan.

By: Hannan, Martin.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Glasgow : National, 2.8.2018Subject(s): Munro, Neil, 1864-1930 | Mackie, David Jr. [1891] - 1956 | Symon, Mary, 1863-1938 | Moireach, Murchadh, 1890-1964 | Stewart, John Ebenezer | Salmond, J. B., 1891-1958 | photo illustrations & portraits < illustrations < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | World War I, 1914-18 < wars, 20th c. < wars & warfare < political & historical themes < man & society < mankind | War memorials | Makars' CourtGeneral Note: Article on the public online poll to select the lines to be inscribed on a memorial to Scotland's First World War poets to be placed in Makars' Court. Poets under consideration are Neil Munro, David Mackie, J.E. Stewart, J.B Salmond, Mary Symon, and Murchadh Moireach (Murdo Murray)..Local Notes: With photograph of David Mackie..
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Cut 1.80-327(41).2018 (Browse shelf) Not for loan C15090
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Article on the public online poll to select the lines to be inscribed on a memorial to Scotland's First World War poets to be placed in Makars' Court. Poets under consideration are Neil Munro, David Mackie, J.E. Stewart, J.B Salmond, Mary Symon, and Murchadh Moireach (Murdo Murray).

With photograph of David Mackie.

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