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  • “Original and Best”? How Barr’s Irn-Bru Became a
           Scottish Icon

    • Authors: David Leishman
      Abstract: Building on theories of banal nationalism developed by Michael Billig (1995) and Tim Edensor (2002), this paper focuses on how a major 20th century icon of popular Scottishness, the carbonated drink Irn-Bru, has depended on the question of origins in its positioning. From the start, the manufacturers, Barr’s, keenly defended their product amidst strong competition by promoting authenticity over imitation. While today the firm AG BARR plc does not claim to have been the historical inventor of Iron Brew drinks (the original name for Irn-Bru) it still uses the strapline “Original & Best” which first appeared in 1904. In the second half of the 20th century the drink became widely perceived as a marker of Scottish identity. However, as recommended by Holt (2006), a more complete study of its historical trajectory as a brand shows that Iron Brew did not originate in Scotland at all. Indeed, rather than springing from a single source, the drink’s development in Scotland is the result of a ...
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • William Daniell’s “Periplus”: Littoral Travel and Aesthetic
           Representation in Scotland and Asia

    • Authors: Elizabeth Mjelde
      Abstract: Among the most pervasive visual characterizations of Scotland’s shores are those produced by William Daniell for A voyage round Great Britain (1814–1825), a monumental project comprising more than three hundred aquatints. Daniell worked as a colonial artist in and around South Asia prior to taking on extensive depiction of the domestic landscape. This essay not only explores the relationship between his imagery of littoral sites in Asia and Britain, but juxtaposes Daniell’s project with poetry and prose by Sir Walter Scott and a little-known essay by Reverend William Gilpin to ascertain the artist’s commitment to both picturesque and Romantic discourse. It is demonstrated here that Daniell’s imagery of Scotland’s coastline has a good deal in common with his own published representations of sites along the Indian Ocean and South China Sea, not because of actual similarities of topography but due instead to the discursive frameworks he employed.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • Hugh MacDiarmid, Un Enterrement dans l’île, traductions de Paol
           Keineg

    • Authors: Stéphanie Noirard
      Abstract: “Any author ought to be a translator for translation enables us to learn our own language, to measure the gaps between languages and to break free from the linguistic manacles that enslave us”, Paol Keineg declares. The Breton poet, playwright and academic has translated into French several American authors and was awarded the Maurice-Edgar Coindreau prize for his 1995 translation of William Bronk’s The World, the Worldless. Keineg’s Boudica (1980) was also translated by Keith Waldrop in 1994 and was saluted by the American Book Review as a “work that moves from the specific to the universal, a work that would reclaim lost ground, both politically and poetically”. Setting on to work on Hugh MacDiarmid, and being confronted with his wide range of linguistic experiments, from Synthetic Scots to scientific poetry, from Joycean portmanteaus to terse statements or found poetry, is a new and daring step towards poetic claims. It is also a very personal challenge as Hugh MacDiarmid has bee...
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • Confluences et renaissance dans Highland River (1937) ? Chronotope,
           allégorie et idéologie

    • Authors: Philippe Laplace
      Abstract: Cet article examine Highland River, le roman de Neil Gunn publié en 1937 sous un angle bakhtinien en tâchant de reconnaître l’importance que jouent les chronotopes dans le récit. Cet angle de recherche permet en effet d’approcher thématiquement un roman souvent considéré comme de nature difficile à cause de sa structure et des différents genres auxquels il peut être rattaché. Nous verrons ensuite l’utilisation symbolique de la rivière et comment le récit de Highland River s’inscrivent dans une démarche idéologique nationaliste de l’auteur écossais à un moment charnière pour le SNP : le nombre d’adhérents diminuait, d’importants membres exprimaient leurs doutes quant à la ligne politique du parti et il convenait de donner un nouvel élan à la dynamique nationaliste.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • “One Person, Two Names”: Confluence in Jackie Kay’s
           Writing

    • Authors: Marie-Odile Pittin-Hédon
      Abstract: This article examines the many ways in which Jackie Kay’s writing is about confluence: as a Scottish writer with a Nigerian father, as a lesbian poet, as an adopted child, she is situated at the crossroads of our cultural, societal, racial landmarks. Looking more precisely at her latest collection of short stories Reality, Reality, as well as to her memoir Red Dust Road and some of her poetry, this article looks at the way Kay, by starting from duality, delineates a territory for the definition of the self which she calls the “middle ground” and which, as she explains in her memoir, has to be constructed with a voice that knows no precedent; it is also a voice that fuses together reality and fiction. Kay’s fiction and her poetry probe the depth of our notion of reality, and of “the windy place” our identity sometimes stems from. Finally, the space of confluence for Kay is also a space of writing, which helps her explore what she calls “the road not taken”.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • Le voyage d’éducation de Lord John Bruce (c. 1671-1711),
           gentilhomme écossais

    • Authors: Clarisse Godard Desmarest
      Abstract: Fils et héritier de Sir William Bruce (c. 1630-1710), le surintendant des bâtiments du roi en Écosse entre 1671 et 1678, Lord John Bruce (c. 1671-1711) effectue un voyage d’étude ou « petit tour » du continent d’octobre 1681 à juillet 1683. Cet article entend replacer le périple de Lord Bruce dans le contexte de l’éducation du gentilhomme au xviie siècle et en souligner toute l’importance pour les travaux de construction effectués à Kinross, un domaine acheté par Sir William Bruce en 1675 et situé dans le comté du même nom en Écosse. La correspondance de jeunesse de Lord Bruce témoigne de relations apaisées entre père et fils œuvrant de concert pour la construction d’un domaine prestigieux. Pourtant, ces rapports familiaux se compliquent en raison des difficultés politiques et financières rencontrées par Sir William Bruce au cours des années 1690-1700.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • L’émigration écossaise vers l’Amérique du Nord britannique
           (c. 1783-1815) : vers une convergence des politiques du centre pour les
           périphéries

    • Authors: Alice Lemer-Fleury
      Abstract: Entre la fin de la Révolution américaine et la fin des guerres napoléoniennes, l’Écosse comme les colonies canadiennes doivent faire face à de nombreux problèmes : dans les Hautes Terres, les changements socio-économiques bouleversent la société traditionnelle alors que les colonies britanniques en Amérique du Nord demeurent sous peuplées, mal développées et en proie à de possibles attaques des Français et des Américains. Une solution semble converger vers la résolution de ces crises : l’émigration des Highlanders vers les colonies britanniques. L’attitude du gouvernement central est souvent supposée hostile à l’émigration des Highlanders et décriée par certains historiens qui accusent Londres de n’avoir pas su écouter les demandes en faveur de l’émigration émanant des périphéries en Écosse et en Amérique du Nord. Dans quelle mesure Londres a-t-elle su (ou n’a-t-elle pas su) percevoir la nécessité de faire converger les politiques pour l’Écosse et pour les Canadas à travers l’émigra...
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • Sound Waves: “Blue Ecology” in the Poetry of Robin Robertson
           and Kathleen Jamie

    • Authors: Alexandra Campbell
      Abstract: Analysing the poetic seascapes within Kathleen Jamie’s The Tree House (2004) and Robin Robertson’s The Wrecking Light (2010) this article examines the ecological and geopolitical parameters of the so-called “saltwater turn” in contemporary Scottish poetry. Invoking saltwater space as a means of uncovering new environmentally tuned poetic framings the article suggests that Jamie and Robertson’s collections contribute to a growing field of archipelagic poetics which attends to the cultural, historical, and material interplay between the seas, oceans, and islands of the Atlantic archipelago. Exploring the dimensions of “blue ecology”, their work encourages us to fathom new relationships with the nonhuman world whilst also critiquing cultural models which have long cast Scotland as a “marginal” or “fringe” literary space.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • The Sea Kings of the North: Scandinavian Scotland in Nineteenth Century
           Literature

    • Authors: Claire McKeown
      Abstract: Scotland’s relationship with the sea is partly defined by links with seafaring Nordic neighbours. Scandinavia is an appealing example of modernity today, but the influence of Viking invasions on Scottish coastal regions has remained a source of intrigue in the popular imagination since the Viking Revival. Scottish writers contributed to this Victorian trend, with Laing’s translation of Heimskringla, and Ballantyne’s novel Erling the Bold. British writers noted similarities between Scotland and the Scandinavian countries, including features like landscape, character and language. This link also appears in Scandinavian writing, such as HC Andersen’s depiction of a Scottish seascape, and Bjørnson’s Maria
Stuart i Skottland. This paper will examine the construction of a shared Scottish and Scandinavian landscape mythology through literature and cultural commentary.
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
  • The Inner Seas in Deirdre of the Sorrows by John Millington
           Synge (1909)

    • Authors: Céline Savatier-Lahondès
      Abstract: From the
ancient story preserved in the 12th century Book of Leinster to 20th century versions, Longes mac nUislenn (The Exile of the Sons of Usnach) has been told and retold. It is a story of travel from Ireland to Scotland and back to Ireland again after seven years of exile. Deirdre of the Sorrows (1909) is John Millington Synge’s highly lyrical version. It adds a philosophical aspect to the myth and deals with Irish identity, at a time when the Celtic Revival was strongly expressed by artists. In the
awakening of the Modern era, the story was rewritten by Irish authors, Synge and William Butler Yeats, as well as by a Scottish writer, Fiona McLeod (William Sharp). Thus, not only is the area of the inner seas present within
the story of Deirdre itself, but also it appears to be an important feature in
the mapping of the authorial history of the tale, as a metacharacteristic, imbedded, deeply rooted, always present. This paper aims to show that it plays
an essential part in a story...
      PubDate: 2017-03-31
       
 
 
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