kailyard


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kailyard

(ˈkeɪlˌjɑːd)
n
a variant spelling of kaleyard
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STIRLING COUNTY RFC BRIDGEHAUGH ZETOR INTHE KAILYARD: Stirling Folk Club welcomes the Angus based folk duo Roddy Johnston (fiddle, pipes, vocals, guitar, cahon and loop pedal and Kate Badcock (flute, sax and backing).
Had it been another freaky tropical weekend, the tiny panelled dining room and kailyard veggies would have been hard work.
MacDiarmid's charges have proved enduring, and still determine the troubled relationship between Scottish literary modernism and the supposed kailyard which preceded it.
The heat is on again at Fahrenheit, an industrial-style loft where Denis Krazhev's inventive cocktail menu is divided into sections inspired by traditional Russian environments: meadow, garden, kailyard (kitchen garden), and forest.
In a similar vein, the postcard iconography of the kailyard and the tartanry so ubiquitous in cinematic depictions of Scotland would indicate a mythologised view that bespeaks a "situated knowledge" of this nation as explicitly ancestral and folkloric.
Brown is especially illuminating on the ways in which early twentieth-century Scottish dramatists, such as James Bridie, invigorated the sentimental tropes of the previous generation of authors from the Kailyard school of Scottish fiction.
At DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro you will have fantastic views of the nearby Trossachs and you can dine in style with the very best of Scottish produce at The Kailyard by Nick Nairn.
Scottish political nationalism developed as a vehicle to counter the parochial self-images of Kailyard literature and tartanry.
(17) While Yeats to some extent played the professional Celt early in his career, and Celticist lyrics such as 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree' and the folklore collection The Celtic Twilight (1893) would remain among his most popular work, he could see that, if thoroughly internalised, the Celticism espoused by the likes of Arnold could lead only to further provincialisation and a cultural kailyard.
This, in addition to having far superior words and tune to Roy Williamson's kailyard dirge, has the advantage of being long out of copyright!
En este ambito aparece la escuela Kailyard que, hasta el periodo de entreguerras, representaba, no sin cierta nostalgia, una Escocia rural idealizada como contraste a la ciudad industrial en la que el sujeto social moderno se veia obligado a luchar para sobrevivir y a enfrentarse con el capitalismo responsable de su desproteccion social.
Then reward yourself with sumptuous dishes in the hotel's signature restaurant The Kailyard by Nick Nairn.