Writers such as Sydney Owenson or Charles Robert Maturin decided to follow the interest in Ossianism
and the sublime, as well as to use wild landscapes, and popular superstitions together with "native insurgency" to produce the Irish version of Gothic fiction (Kilfeather 2005: 80).
BORUS, Gyorgy, 'A kelta identitas gyokerei: si kulturak, Lhuyd, ossianizmus es politika" / The Roots of Modern Celtic Identity: Ancient Cultures, Lhuyd, Ossianism
and Politics', in EPONA--E-Journal of Ancient and Modern Celtic Studies.
Byron's early Ossianism
, if a touch naive, cannot be read without an awareness of Scott's involvement in the Macpherson controversy.
10) Certainly Ossianism helped to mould Zhukovsky's poetic taste.
When Bowring encountered Zhukovsky's Pevets his own Ossianic tendencies were stimulated and focused by the restrained and muted Ossianism of the Russian poem.