3 edition of The Press and journal north-east muse anthology found in the catalog.
The Press and journal north-east muse anthology
|Other titles||North-east muse anthology.|
|Statement||edited by Cuthbert Graham ; foreword by Flora Garry.|
|LC Classifications||PR8691.A2 P7 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||79311752|
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Cuthbert Graham (25 August - 22 September ) was a journalist, historian, author and poet known for his works about the topography of Scotland and his column in The Press and Journal as the "North-east Muse". Graham wrote two volumes in Robert Hale's Portrait of series.
His Aberdeen and Deeside was described by The Times as without gush over his native city of. Details for: The Press and Journal North-East muse anthology / Normal view MARC view ISBD view. The Press and Journal North-East muse anthology / edited by Cuthbert Graham; foreword by Flora Garry.
Contributor(s). Title: The Press and Journal: North-East Muse Anthology. Author Name: Graham, Cuthbert. Categories: Scotland North-east, Edition: 2nd Edition Publisher: Aberdeen.
Davidson's Aberdeenshire Doric poems soon became a regular feature of the North-east Muse poetry corner in "The Press & Journal" and three were reprinted in 'The north-east Muse Anthology' of and Author of Portrait of Aberdeen and Deeside, Archibald Simpson, Architect Of Aberdeen -The living Doric, Aberdeen, Grampian: the castle country, Grampian, Portrait of the Moray Firth, The Press and journal north-east muse anthology.
Cuthbert Graham was a Scottish journalist. He was born in and at the age of seventeen joined the staff of the Bon became editor of the Weekly Journal in and features editor of the Aberdeen Press and Journal in In the s and s he wrote This is My Country, a weekly column about the built heritage of the northeast of Scotland in the Saturday 3/5(2).
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SCOTTISH LITERARY JOURNAL Now published as the SCOTTISH LITERARY REVIEW Click here for subscription details INDEX OF VOLUMES 1 – 10 (–) AND 16 – 20 (–) North East Muse Anthology, ed. Graham. (review) Supp 8:Beyond the Border, J. Robertson. (review) Supp Her fiction work has been published in Muse India, Jaggery South Asian Literary Journal and Litro UK (India issue; ed.
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