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Hamish Mathison

of these publications in 1706 is important for what follows, because at the inception of the century there is a clear and unambiguous alignment of a fraught political nationhood with a fraught visionary practice. The supernatural realm is not bolted on after the fact of political reality, it is constitutive of it, certainly in terms of the Union debate at the turn of the century. Literary practice, figurative practice, is not something that follows a high-political moment, but is rather the thing that constitutes the architecture and boundaries of the debates

in The supernatural in early modern Scotland
Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart

, Imagination and Nationhood ( London : Palgrave Macmillan , 2017 ).

in The supernatural in early modern Scotland