Scrievin and owersettin

Next January.

No high register’, though?

“Key take-aways: …Discover how the fact that Scots has no high register, or standardised spelling system prompted writers and translators to create their own experimental forms of the language.” Its as if that the fairly homogeneous orthographic¬†conventions used in the Scots literary tradition described in the 1921 Manual of Modern Scots never existed.

And here’s the manual!
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