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  • The Kailyard school of Scottish fiction was developed about the 1890s as a reaction against what was seen as increasingly coarse writing representing Scottish life complete with all its blemishes. Its name derives from the Scots "kailyaird" or "kailyard", which means a small cabbage. — “Kailyard school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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