3 edition of The battel: or, morning-interview found in the catalog.
The battel: or, morning-interview
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In his preface to the anonymous first publication of The Battel, or Morning-Interview (), Allan Ramsay (–) made an early plea for urban poetry: ‘This City, as Narrow it is, is the Scene.
Allan Ramsay's () is a constant presence in British periodicals throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. From his first 'official' appearance in print with the Ruddiman edition of his Poems, Ramsay is a source of comment in. The first half of the book was an absorbing read about John Humphrys' background and route into journalism and radio but I found the second half repetitive and tedious.
The exploration of the issues around BBC's news role and its impartiality, although obviously an important one, is 4/5. MS 37/2A/1 The Battel: Or, Morning-Interview.
An Heroi-Comical Poem. Edinburgh: printed for George Stewart, MS 37/2A/2 Christ's Kirk on the Green, in Three Cantos. 1&2 Edinburgh: printed for the author, at the Mercury, Note: 2 copies, 1 bound. Ramsay's earliest publications took the form of pamphlets, including ‘The Battel: or, Morning Interview’ (), the ‘Elegies on Maggy Johnston, John Cowper and Lucky Wood’ (), ‘Lucky Spence's Last Advice’ () and ‘Tartana: or, the Plaid’ ().Author: Rhona Brown.
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