The Bottle Imp
Issue 21 — Spring 2017
The Bottle Imp exists to promote and support the teaching and study of Scottish literature and language. Inside we have articles, opinions, and arguments waiting to happen, along with information on new developments in Scottish literature and literary criticism. We’re sure you’ll find something to intrigue, inspire or annoy you!
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