Premodern Scotland: Literature and Governance 1420-1587

Premodern Scotland Literature and Governance Premodern Scotland Literature and Governance brings together original essays by a group of international scholars to offer fresh and ground breaking research into the advice to princes tradi

  • Title: Premodern Scotland: Literature and Governance 1420-1587
  • Author: Joanna Martin
  • ISBN: 9780198787525
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Premodern Scotland Literature and Governance 1420 1587 brings together original essays by a group of international scholars to offer fresh and ground breaking research into the advice to princes tradition and related themes of good self and public governance in Older Scots literature, and in Latin literature composed in Scotland in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and early sPremodern Scotland Literature and Governance 1420 1587 brings together original essays by a group of international scholars to offer fresh and ground breaking research into the advice to princes tradition and related themes of good self and public governance in Older Scots literature, and in Latin literature composed in Scotland in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and early seventeenth centuries.The volume brings to the fore texts both from and about the royal court in a variety of genres, including satire, tragedy, complaint, dream vision, chronicle, epic, romance, and devotional and didactic treatise, and considers texts composed for noble readers and for a wider readership able to access printed material The writers and texts studied include Bower s Scotichronicon, Henryson s Testament of Cresseid, and Gavin Douglas s Eneados Lesser known authors and texts also receive much needed critical attention, and include Richard Holland s, The Buke of the Howlat, chronicles by Andrew of Wyntoun, Hector Boece, and John Bellenden, and poetry by sixteenth century writers such as Robert Sempill, John Rolland of Dalkeith, and William Lauder Non literary texts, such as the Parliamentary Aberdeen Articles further deepen the discussion of the volume s theme Writing from south of the Border, which provoked creative responses in Scots authors, and which were themselves inflected by the idea of Scotland and its literature, are also considered and include the Troy Book by John Lydgate, and Malory s Le Morte Darthur With a focus on historical and material context, contributors explore the ways in which these texts engage with notions of the self and with advisory subjects both specific to particular Stewart monarchs and of general political applicability in Scotland in the late medieval and early modern periods.

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