The Hero Building

The Hero Building

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A tradition of building architectural monuments to commemorate national heroes has developed as a distinctive feature of the Scottish built environment. This book examines this architectural culture by studying a prominent selection of buildings, such as the Burns monuments in Alloway, Edinburgh and Kilmarnock, the Edinburgh Scott Monument, the Glenfinnan Monument and the Wallace Monument in Stirling. By raising awareness of this rich architectural and social heritage, while analysing and interpreting the buildings in their historical context, this book makes an exciting and original scholarly contribution to the current debates on identity and nationality taking place in Scotland and the wider UK.across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries as a long-term trend, albeit with ups and downs, some commentators, and ... Nonetheless, it is difficult to gauge to what extent Salmonda#39;s evident enthusiasm for and approval of the film and itsanbsp;...

Title:The Hero Building
Author: Professor Johnny Rodger
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-07-28

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