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Articles.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Literary compositions prepared for publication as an independent portion of a magazine, newspaper, encyclopedia, or other work.

Found in 908 Collections and/or Records:

20 notebooks of Naomi Mitchison.

 Fonds
Identifier: Acc.10461
Scope and Contents

Literary and personal notes and the typescript of "Yet it shall be Tempest Tost", an account of an experiment with mescalin during the 1960s.

Dates: 1977-1990 and undated.

33 letters of Douglas Dunn to Douglas Houston.

 File
Identifier: Acc.9903
Scope and Contents

Concerning literary and personal matters.

With corrected manuscript of an article, undated, by Dunn.

Dates: 1971-1987 and undated.

Academic literature on Edwin and Willa Muir by Howard Gaskill collected by Peter Butter., 1978-1980.

 File
Identifier: Acc.13634/51
Scope and Contents

Contains two copies of ‘Edwin Muir in Hellerau : A Note’; a copy of ‘German Life and Letters, New Series, Vol XXXII No 2’, 1979; a copy of ‘Edwin Muir and Goethe’ by P H Gaskill, 1978; a copy of ‘Holderlin and the Poetry of Edwin Muir’ by P H Gaskill, 1980; a copy of ‘Edwin Muir as Critic of Holderlin’ by P H Gaskill, 1978; and copy of ‘New German Studies, Volume 6, Number 2’, 1978.

Dates: 1978-1980.

Album of Euphemia Inglis, "Great Homes... Visited and Described by Innes Adair".

 Item
Identifier: Acc.8493
Scope and Contents

Contains cuttings of articles on historic houses published by Inglis in the "Weekly Scotsman", photographs, notes and letters.

Dates: 1898-1902.

Album of press cuttings, undated, collected by John Purves chiefly on Italian literature, with a series of articles concerning lectures on 'The nature of the physical world' by Professor A S Eddington at Edinburgh University., [?1927.]

 Item
Identifier: MS.15897
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: John Purves began his teaching career as a lecturer in English under Professor Emile Legouis at Lyons University in 1902, having graduated M.A. at Edinburgh University in 1900, He was a Carnegie Research Scholar in modern languages in Rome and Siena from 1903 to 1904, then lectured in English under Professor Herbert Grierson at Aberdeen University from 1904 to 1906. He became Professor of English at Transvaal Technical Institute, Johannesburg and at Transvaal University College, Pretoria...
Dates: [?1927.]

Album of press cuttings, undated, collected by John Purves chiefly on literary topics., [?1913-?1960.]

 Item
Identifier: MS.15896
Scope and Contents

The cuttings include reviews of a series of six lectures which John Purves gave to the Helensburgh Lecture Association, an article by Purves on Italian contemporary writers and a group of articles on Thomas Hardy.

Dates: [?1913-?1960.]

Albums of published articles and verse by Jan Struther, with related press cuttings., 1914-1955, 1972-2010.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.13220/1-16
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Articles and poems published in newspapers and magazines are all faithfully preserved in 16 large albums of press cuttings.She was a keen supporter of the Democratic Party and the correspondence files contain some letters of Eleanor Roosevelt and Adlai Stevenson. The papers include several travel journals, and manuscripts and typescripts of many articles, verses, songs and hymns - which she had a gift for writing, despite her own agnosticism. Also significant are the manuscripts...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1914-1955, 1972-2010.

Annotated offprints of four articles of Archibald Stalker.

 File
Identifier: Acc.8597
Scope and Contents

Published in "The Quarterly Review" and the "Cornhill Magazine", concerning literary subjects.

Dates: 1919, 1940-1947.

Anonymous manuscripts and proofs of works offered to William Blackwood and Sons, publishers, for publication., 1789-1821.

 File
Identifier: MS.4889
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Manuscript of a pamphlet entitled ‘Ten minutes of reflection on the late events in France. Recommended by a plain man to his fellow citizens’ (Woodbridge, 1793). (Folio 1.)(ii) Manuscript, 1803, of two apparently unpublished poetical letters, 'The new Oxford guide', which follow very closely the form and style of Christopher Anstey's ‘The new Bath guide’ (London, 1766), and therefore may possibly be by Christopher Anstey himself. (Folio...
Dates: 1789-1821.

Anonymous manuscripts and proofs of works offered to William Blackwood and Sons, publishers, for publication., 1823-1840.

 File
Identifier: MS.4890
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Manuscript of two poems by Robert Brown Cunnynghame entitled “Tales o' the daft days. The mistress's tale or The hunt the gowk” and “Tale third. The boarding school Miss's tale or Bailie Blair's courtship”. These are apparently unpublished continuations of the three parts of “Tales o' the daft days” published in “Blackwood's Magazine”, November and December 1822, and March 1823. (Folio 1.)(ii) Manuscript, 1823, of an apparently...
Dates: 1823-1840.

Anonymous manuscripts and proofs of works offered to William Blackwood and Sons, publishers, for publication., 1842-1885, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.4891
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Manuscript of an apparently unpublished article describing Queen Victoria's visit to Edinburgh in 1842. (Folio 1.)(ii) Manuscript of an apparently unpublished article, 'The finances', concerning Peel's introduction of income tax in 1842, written by George Croly. (Folio 3.)(iii) Manuscript of an apparently unpublished article reviewing the portion of the final volume of Sir Archibald Alison's ‘History of Europe during the...
Dates: 1842-1885, undated.

Article entitled 'Early Scottish history and its exponents' by Alexander Henry Rhind.

 Item
Identifier: MS.8029
Scope and Contents

The article was originally contained in the ‘Retrospective Review’, volume i (1853), pages 273-291. It has been separately re-bound, with interleaves, and there are extensive alterations in the author's autograph on most of the printed pages and the interleaves.

Dates: 1853.

Article, "Junius", by David Coulton. The article has been extracted from the "Quarterly Review" and is bound with letters of various writers to John Murray III, John Murray IV, William Smith and Robert Cooke concerning the article., 1851-1852, 1904.

 File
Identifier: MS.42065
Scope and Contents David Coulton`s article on Junius was published in the "Quarterly Review" of December 1851.The article and letters have been bound under the cover title, "Lord Lyttelton Junius. Q. R. No. 179". The file is arranged as follows : (1) Coulton`s article on Junius as published in the "Quarterly Review";(2) letters of various correspondents, 1851-1852, concerning Coulton`s article: letter of John Gibson Lockhart to John Murray III;...
Dates: 1851-1852, 1904.

Articles about competitions and awards won by Rankin; articles about events attended by Rankin related to his career; and articles about topics related to language and literature and Rankin., 1977-2014.

 File
Identifier: MS.50583
Scope and Contents The articles are from a variety of serial publications and from various countries. They are arranged in three sequences based on the primary subject of the article: ‘Competitions and Awards’, ‘Literature Festivals, Conferences, and Publicity Events’, and ‘Language and Literature’. Under each sequence the entries are arranged by sub-series, and then alphabetically by title of periodical. Articles about competitions and awards won by Ian Rankin, including Rankin’s OBE. Folios...
Dates: 1977-2014.

Articles about Ian Rankin’s writing career, and other crime writers and Scottish writers., 1986-2017.

 File
Identifier: Ms.50582
Scope and Contents The articles are from a variety of serial publications and from various countries. They are arranged in two sequences based on the primary subject of the article: ‘Articles about genres of writing and writers’, and ‘Articles about or mentioning Ian Rankin’s career and/or writing (general)’. Under each sequence the entries are arranged by sub-series, and then chronologically by date of publication. Articles about genres of writing and writers, featuring or mentioning Ian Rankin....
Dates: 1986-2017.

Articles about specific works of Ian Rankin., 1987-2015.

 File
Identifier: MS.50581
Scope and Contents The articles are from a variety of serial publications. They are arranged in three sequences based on the primary subject of the article: ‘Novels’, ‘Television Productions’, and ‘Radio Productions’. Under each sequence the entries are arranged by sub-series, then alphabetically by the title of the work (if applicable), then chronologically by date of publication. Articles about a novel or novels of Ian Rankin.Rebus Novels. Folios 1-100.Articles about or...
Dates: 1987-2015.