Jean Elliott

Standard Name: Elliott, Jean


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Reception Alison Cockburn
AC enjoyed the popular, unpublished poetic fame that this piece brought her. As for printing, never fear. I hate print, and though I have been sung at wells to the flowers of the forrest, I...
Textual Features Alison Cockburn
This lament for the fleeting nature of all earthly joys was written for the traditional melody The Flowers of the Forest and is sometimes called by that title. Its occasion has been identified as an...
Textual Production Annie S. Swan
ASS also used her new identity David Lyall for a large number of book titles, most of them novels after the first collection of essays. She published Lyall novels serially in the Leisure Hour Monthly...
Textual Production Joanna Baillie
She thus made part of the Scottish ballad revival forwarded by individuals of several generations including Allan Ramsay , Elizabeth, Lady Wardlaw , Jean Elliott , Alison Cockburn , her aunt Anne Hunter , Burns
Textual Production Barbarina Brand, Baroness Dacre
The tune was sixty years old or more, and Wilmot's use of it does not necessarily indicate that she knew the songs written for it by either Jean Elliott or Alison Cockburn .


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