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|Peer Review Status: ||Refereed|
|Title: ||James Hogg's The Brownie of Bodsbeck: An Unconventional National Tale|
|Authors: ||Leonardi, Barbara|
|Contact Email: ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Issue Date: ||31-May-2016|
|Citation: ||Leonardi B (2016) James Hogg's The Brownie of Bodsbeck: An Unconventional National Tale, Studies in Scottish Literature, 42 (1), pp. 49-67.|
|Abstract: ||Discusses James Hogg's historical novelThe Brownie of Bodsbeck(1818), set in the time of the religious Covenanters in late 17th century Scotland, with particular attention to the central woman character, Katharine Laidlaw; traces contemporary comment on the novel; and contrasts Hogg's distinctive portrayal of marriage with its use by other writers (particularly Scott) to plot national (and historical) reconciliation, arguing that Hogg uses the marriage plot to critique the emergent ideology of the national tale. Available free and open access on the publisher's website: here.|
|Rights: ||Publisher allows this work to be made available in this repository. Published in Studies in Scottish Literature by University of South Carolina with the following policy: Posting of the article on the internet as part of a non-commercial open access institutional repository or other non-commercial open access publication site affiliated with the author(s)'s place of employment.|
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