Revising Robert Burns and Ulster
Literature, religion and politics, c.1770–1920
Frank Ferguson & Andrew R. Holmes, editors
In a broad-ranging series of essays this book, published in the 250th anniversary year of the birth of Robert Burns, offers a timely opportunity to re-examine the relationships between Burns and writers of literature in the north of Ireland.
Contributors: Andrew R. Homes (QUB), Frank Ferguson (UU), Carol Baraniuk (U Glasgow), Jennifer Orr (U Glasgow), John Erskine (Stranmillis College), Roger Dixon (ind.), Norman Vance (U Sussex), Colin Walker (QUB).
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Frank Ferguson is a research associate at the Institute of Ulster Scots Studies, University of Ulster, Magee. Andrew R. Holmes is a lecturer in modern Irish history, Queen's University Belfast.