ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS INTRODUCTION Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, c.1486-1555 Lyndsay's Literary Inheritance 'Myne mater': Lyndsay's own writing Lyndsay's Scots Editorial Approach THE POEMS 1. The Dreme 2. The Complaynt of Schir David Lindesay 3. The Testament and Complaynt of our Soverane Lordis Papyngo 4. The Answer to the Kingis Flyting 5. The Deploratioun of the Deith of Quene Magdalene 6. The Justing betwix James Watsoun and Jhone Barbour 7. The Tragedie of the Cardinall 8. Squyer Meldrum 9. The Testament of Squyer Meldrum 10. Ane Dialog betwix Experience and ane Courteour (1-684) NOTES ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
Dr Hadley Williams is a Visiting Fellow in English and Theatre Studies at the Australian National University. She is editor of "Stewart Style 1513-1542: Essays on the Court of James V (1996)".
"Williams's edition of Lyndsay makes some of the most important and provocative Scottish writing of the Reformation era accessible to a general audience, and provides teachers of Scottish literature (or British literature generally) with an attractive new option for their syllabuses." - The Year's Work in English Studies