Scotland

Scotland

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Utgivelsesår 2013
Forlag Luath Press Ltd
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781909912687
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Om Scotland

After more than 300 years of union with its larger and wealthier neighbour, Scotland has the opportunity to be independent. It is a chance that well-known Scottish cultural and political commentator Paul Henderson Scott firmly believes should be taken. In Scotland: A Creative Past, An Independent Future, he looks to Scotland’s vibrant literary and cultural heritage to envisage an independent nation.

Revisiting aspects of Scotland’s political and cultural past, from the Union of 1707 to literary figures including Robert Louis Stevenson and Alasdair Gray, this is a passionate and eloquent exploration of Scotland’s past, and its potential future – a future where national confidence, culture and identity can flourish. Scott’s provocative book persuasively argues the case for Independence, considering a variety of topics, both historic and current, cultural and political. But in every case, the benefits of Independence are clear. Scotland has the opportunity to become more confident, prosperous and contented – an opportunity that even the most sceptical reader will be persuaded that they should take.


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