These are the sources and citations used to research Women and 'Flowers of the Forest'. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Blackie, 1889)
Your Bibliography: Blackie, J. (1889). Scottish Song: Its Wealth, Wisdom and Social Significance. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood.
In-text: (Brander and Macgregor, 1975)
Your Bibliography: Brander, M. and Macgregor, J. (1975). Scottish and Border battles and ballads. London, Great Britain: Selley Service and Co. Ltd, pp.60 - 71.
In-text: (Crawford, 1979)
Your Bibliography: Crawford, T. (1979). Society and the Lyric: A Study of the Song Culture of Eighteenth-Century Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.
In-text: (Henderson, 1905)
Your Bibliography: Henderson, G. (1905). Lady Nairne and her Songs. Paisley: A. Gardner.
In-text: (McCulloch, 2003)
Your Bibliography: McCulloch, M. (2003). Women, poetry and song in eighteenth-century lowland scotland. Women's Writing, 10(3), pp.453-468.
In-text: (Rieuwerts, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Rieuwerts, S. (2011). The Ballad Repertoire of Anna Gordon, Mrs Brown of Falkland. [Edinburgh]: Scottish Text Society.
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