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A queer glaswegian voice

Kinloch, David (2011) A queer glaswegian voice. In: Translation and Opposition. Translating Europe . Multilingual Matters, pp. 129-145. ISBN 9781847694300

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Abstract

A study of translation in the work of Tom Leonard, Edwin Morgan and Hugh MacDiarmid and the impact of this on the author's own poetry.