A History Of Scotland
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Gerard DeGroot, Times (UK)“Engaging, lively and full of insight, a vivid account of Scottish endeavours in politics, science, literature, art and economics. Anyway, it was cool and now I have a lot more knowledge of the history of my country which I can half-remember when it comes up again. In this revised edition of a classic work, Scotland’s story is brought right up to date, examining how the Scots identity is faring since the momentous Scottish referendum of 2014, and discussing the fate of the United Kingdom. For those who are looking for something more than just a historical guide to Scotland, this book will inspire you to delve deeper into the hidden gems that the Scottish countryside has to offer.
Ali George, Communications Officer: One of my favourites is The Ghost O’ Mause by Maurice Fleming, which is a collection of folk tales about East Perthshire. Scotland: The Autobiography: 2,000 Years of Scottish History by Those Who Saw It Happen (Rosemary Goring, 2007). Instead the narrative starts in 1618, the genesis of Scotland’s great waltz with the world being Europe’s nation-defining conflict, the thirty years’ war. This is a one-volume history of medieval Scotland, concentrating on the period between the middle of the eleventh century and the Reformation and taking full account of recent scholarship. Under Robert Bruce and his successors, Scotland maintained its independence from England and developed its sense of nationhood, with a profound .It describes the fragmentation of Clan Donald and its vassal kindreds as they resisted the impact of . Oliver's enthusiasm over telling Scotland's history led to creative metaphors and flowery language throughout.
The Course Assessment consists of a question paper exam and/or coursework such as assignments, portfolios and practical activities. This classic edition is the definitive history of Robert Bruce's life and career, during Scotland's tumultuous coming of age in the Wars of Independence, and one of the twentieth century's bona-fide classics in historical writing. Alistair Moffat guides us from the geological formation of the land that makes up Scotland to the first evidence of human habitation right up to modern times. Based on a true story, this family-friendly film is about a terrier in Edinburgh who became a local legend after refusing to leave his master's gravesite. Describing their vocal and active part in social, public and institutional life, it tries to refute the view of women as confined to .
This new edition in The New History of Scotland series, replacing Alfred Smyth s Warlords and Holy Men (1984), covers the history of Scotland in the period up to 900 AD. Extracts from primary sources let a diverse cast of real-life characters, from Tacitus to Muriel Spark, tell the story of the nation.