William Tytler

Standard Name: Tytler, William


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Friends, Associates Anna Gordon
William Tytler , the first collector of AG 's ballads, was a friend of her father, while his son Alexander Fraser Tytler , who collected them too, was a childhood friend of her own.
Perry, Ruth. “The Printed Record of An Oral Tradition”. Britain and Italy in the Long Eighteenth Century, edited by Rosamaria Loretelli and Frank O’Gorman, Cambridge Scholars Publishing , pp. 88-105.
Intertextuality and Influence Amelia Opie
Both in an Address to the Editor and in a series of explanatory footnotes, AO positions herself on the one hand as a historian with a proper regard for available evidence, and on the other...
Reception Anna Gordon
William Tytler was followed by many more in his interest in AG 's ballads. His son Alexander Fraser Tytler (Lord Woodhouselee) , Scott , Jamieson , Joseph Ritson , M. G. Monk Lewis , Robert Anderson
Textual Production Anna Gordon
AG 's father 's friend William Tytler of Woodhouselee, author of A Dissertation on the Scottish Musick, 1779, asked Anna provide him with written copies of her old songs.
Perry, Ruth. “Ballads”. The Cambridge Companion to Women’s Writing in Britain, 1660-1789, edited by Catherine Ingrassia, Cambridge University Press, pp. 210-25.


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