4 edition of A sort of hot Scotland found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by A.L. Kennedy and James McGonigal with Meg Bateman (Gaelic adviser).|
|Series||New writing Scotland ;, 12|
|Contributions||Kennedy, A. L., McGonigal, James.|
|LC Classifications||IN PROCESS|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||94241138|
In the 18th century, well after the term handfasting had passed out of usage, there arose a popular myth that it referred to a sort of "trial marriage." A. E. Anton, in Handfasting in Scotland (), finds that the first reference to such a "trial marriage" is by Thomas Pennant in his Tour in Scotland.
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In this first book in the popular The Culture science fiction series, Scottish author Banks describes a galactic war. The Heart of Midlothian (Sir Walter Scott, ). This novel from one of Great Britain's most renowned authors showcases the life-and-death drama of lynchings and criminal justice in s Scotland.
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The first book in this Rogues of Scotland series is called The Craving, and it doesn’t disappoint, well at least as far as the title is concerned. We find Meg Alpin, who has retreated to her family’s castle after being betrayed by the man she thought was the one of her dreams.
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Ring of Bright Water is a book by Gavin Maxwell about his life in a remote house in coastal Scotland where he kept several wild otters as pets. First published init became a best seller and is considered a literary masterpiece, eventually selling over two million copies. A fictionalised film of the same name was made from it and released in Book a log cabin in Aviemore to explore the Cairngorms National Park.
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