Discusses the poetry and poetic career of G. S. Fraser (1915-1980), both in the 1940s when he was regularly identified as a Scottish poet, and later in his life, arguing that the hostility of Scottish critics to his poetry in the 1950s (when he also built a substantial reputation as a London-based critic and reviewer) was unjustified, leading to the neglect of his substantial and continuing poetic achievement, and encouraging too narrow a definition of Scottish poetry.
"‘I am just as typically Scottish’: G.S. Fraser as Scottish Poet,"
Studies in Scottish Literature:
Available at: https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/ssl/vol45/iss2/15