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Hugh MacDiarmid

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Gender Male
Death44 years ago
Date of birth August 11,1892
Zodiac sign Leo
Born Langholm
United Kingdom
Date of died September 9,1978
United Kingdom
ChildrenMichael Grieve
Job Translator
Literary critic
Party Communist Party of Great Britain
Education The University of Edinburgh
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A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle
Complete poems
Selected poetry
Lucky poet
The revolutionary art of the future
Scottish eccentrics
The company I've kept
The Hugh MacDiarmid anthology: poems in Scots and English
Golden Treasury of Scottish Poetry
Annals of the five senses, C. M. Grieve
Selected essays of Hugh MacDiarmid
The letters of Hugh MacDiarmid
Contemporary Scottish studies
Albyn: Shorter Books and Monographs
Selected Poems
On a Raised Beach: And Other Poems
The Hugh MacDiarmid-George Ogilvie letters
Selected prose
Northern Numbers: Being Representative Selections from Certain Living Scottish Poets
A lap of honour
More collected poems
The socialist poems of Hugh MacDiarmid
A Clyack- Sheaf
The thistle rises
Selected poems of Hugh MacDiarmid [pseud. ]
Annals of the Five Senses and Other Stories, Sketches and Plays
A political speech
Hugh MacDiarmid
New selected letters
Song of the Seraphim
Metaphysics and poetry
Scottish Scene, Or, The Intelligent Man's Guide to Albyn
Seven Poets: Hugh MacDiarmid, Norman MacCaig, Iain Crichton Smith, George Mackay Brown, Robert Garioch, Sorley MacLean, Edwin Morgan
At the Sign of the Thistle
The uncanny Scot
Aesthetics in Scotland
The Furniture of Rupert Williamson
Cornish Heroic Song to Valda Trevlyn
The MacDiarmids: A Conversation [between] Hugh Macdiarmid & Duncan Glen with Valda Grieve & Arthur Thompson: Recorded at Brownsbank, Candymill, on 25th October 1968
John Knox
Selected Poems of Robert Burns
Stepping Into the Avalanche
Early lyrics by Hugh MacDiarmid
Exports of Pottery from the United Kingdom, 1948-1968
Complete poems
Selected poetry
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Christopher Murray Grieve, best known by his pen name Hugh MacDiarmid, was a Scottish poet, journalist, essayist and political figure. He is considered one of the principal forces behind the Scottish Renaissance and has had a lasting impact on Scottish culture and politics.

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