The poetry of Sorley MacLean
The poetry of Sorley MacLean

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The poetry of Sorley MacLean

References

Leonard, T. (1984) Intimate voices 1965–1983, Galloping Dog Press.
MacLean, S. (trans. Crichton Smith, I.) (1970) Poems to Eimhir, Northern House.
MacLean, S. (1981) Spring tide and Neap tide: selected poems 1932–72, Canongate.
MacLean, S. (1985) Ris a'Bhruthaich: the criticism and prose writings, Acair.
MacLean, S. (1987) Poems 1932–1982, Iona Foundation.
MacLean, S. (1989) From wood to ridge: collected poems, Carcanet.
Morgan, E. (1982) Poems of thirty years, Carcanet.
 
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