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Sir Hew of Eglintown and Huchown off the Awle Ryale

George Neilson

Sir Hew of Eglintown and Huchown off the Awle Ryale

a biographical calendar and literary estimate ....

by George Neilson

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Published by Philosophical Society in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hugh -- Sir, -- of Eglynton.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprinted from the Proc. of the Philosophical Society of Glasgow 1900-01.

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    Open LibraryOL20256240M

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Sir Hew of Eglintown and Huchown off the Awle Ryale by George Neilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sir Hew Of Eglintoun And Huchown Off The Awle Ryale: A Biographical Calendar And Literary Estimate [George Neilson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

This work was reproduced from the original artifactAuthor: George Neilson. Sir Hew of Eglintoun and Huchown off the Awle Ryale: a biographical calendar and literary estimate by Neilson, George, 'Huchown of the Awle Ryale' the alliterative poet; a historical criticism of fourteenth century poems ascribed to Sir Hew of Eglintoun [George Neilson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the : George Neilson. Huchoun or Huchown "of the Awle Ryale" is a poet conjectured to have been writing sometime in the 14th century.

Some academics, following the Scottish antiquarian George Neilson, have identified him with a Scottish knight, Hugh of Eglinton, and advanced his authorship of several significant pieces of alliterative verse.

Current opinion is that there is little evidence to support. When the philologist stands up against history he has a habit of going to the wall To identify the poet is one problem, to settle what were his woiks is another.

Purely alliterative pieces claimed, directly and indirectlj, for Huchown before the present enquiry began, included Marte. Lines of the Titus, containing part of the narrative of the deuiled overthrow and deso- lation of the Holy City, reproduce almost verbatim lines of the lYoy, 38 'HUCHOWN OF THE AWLE RYALE.

Lines of the Titus, containing part of the narrative of the detailed overthrow and deso- lation of the Holy City, reproduce almost verbatim lines of the Troy, 38 'HUCHOWN OF THE AWLE RYALE ' [Ch.

all concerning a side-incident of the Trojan story — the assault, defence, capture, and destruction of the castle of Tenedos. Huchoun update. Huchoun ("little Hugh") or Huchown "of the Awle Ryale" (fl.

14th century) is a poet conjectured to have been writing sometime in the 14th century. Some academics, following the Scottish antiquarian George Neilson (–), have identified him with a Scottish knight, Hugh of Eglinton.

This may have been the “Sir Hugh of Eglinton” to whom William Dunbar refers in his “Lament for the Makars”. Andrew of Wyntoun also refers to “Huchown of the Awle Ryale” (or “the Palace Royal”) as the author of stories of the Arthurian adventures of Sir : Alan Riach. To celebrate the centenary of the first garden city at Letchworth, the Town and Country Planning Association has performed a service to planners everywhere by initiating the republication in facsimile form of the very scarce original first edition of anied by a running scholarly commentary on the text, and by a newly-written editorial introduction Author: Sir Peter Hall.

Huchoun of the Awle Ryale. Some seventy years ago, Guest, the historian of English rhythms, set up a claim for the poet Huchoun of the Awle Ryale, to whom Andrew of Wyntoun refers in his Orygynale Cronykil. Sir Hew Dalrymple, Lord North Berwick (–) was a Scottish judge and politician.

The third son of James Dalrymple, 1st Viscount of Stair, he was Commissary of Edinburgh; Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland for New Galloway burgh fromand for North Berwick burgh from Sir Hew of Eglintoun was first connected with Huchown by John Pinkerton, who, in the Preliminaries to his edition of Old Scottish Poems inwrites as follows (pp.

xxxiv f.): "In the edition of Barbour's Bruce, London,vol. I, p. xx, xxi, some extracts are given from Winton, mentioning a Hucheon of the Awle.

scottishvernacular literature asuccincthistory tyf>r^henderson,\h^-\^^^ london publishedbydavidnutt inthestrand   The name of no other Sir Hew of Eglinton occurs in public documents in the fourteenth century, and notwithstanding some ingenious arguments to the contrary, there is absolutely no reason for refusing to accept this Sir Hew as the poet referred to by Dunbar, and therefore in all probability 'Huchown of the Awle Ryale,' which two last words have, with at least plausibility, been interpreted as 'royal palace.'.

The opinion here held is that Neilson goes too far in assigning many other poems to Huchoun in Sir Hew of Eglintoun and Huchoun off the Awle Ryale: a biographical calendar and literary estimate (Philosophical Society of Glasgow, –1), and Huchown of the Awle Ryale, the Alliterative Poet: A Historical Criticism of Fourteenth Century Poems.

PRM64 A literary history of Scotland, 3 The tine original of tiiis book is in also by a Thomas, the date of which is circ. ' See Neilson, Huchown of the Awle Ryale, Glasgow, Athenceum '; igoi. 3 Orygynale Cronyktl, bk. to be no other than Sir Hew of Eglinton.

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Huchoun ("little Hugh") or Huchown "of the Awle Ryale" (fl. 14th century) is a poet conjectured to have been writing sometime in the 14th century. Some academics, following the Scottish antiquarian George Neilson (–), have identified him with a Scottish knight, Hugh of Eglington, and.

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