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Index Of Names And Places

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This index presents the list of names, places, terms and concepts of Scottish poetry in European context. John Stewart does not merely abridge sections of Lodovico Ariosto's poem but expands and elaborates on them as he sees fit; therefore it is more accurate to call ?Roland Furious' a creative imitation than an abridged translation. Stewart, too, has a different poetic and philosophical agenda from Ariosto. Stewart is determined to impose a rigorous pattern of parallels and contrasts on an original which he considers to be "prolixit" in many places.

Keywords: John Stewart; Lodovico Ariosto; Roland Furious; Scottish poetry



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