In Scotland Again

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Read Books, Jan 1, 2006 - Travel - 496 pages
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In Scotland Again By H.V. Morton 496 pages. Originally published in 1933. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Obscure Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. "This companion volume to in search of Scotland is the record of a long and leisurely journey. In the course of it I have shaken up the dust of history and I have tried also to put into words the impression made by Scotland upon the mind of a stranger who, for some reason or other, always feels happy over the border" Contents include: I go to Scotland again - I enter Galloway Describes Kirkcudbright and various other things - In which I drive into Galloway - Describes how I meet the tartan weavers of Kilbarchan - How I leave Mull - I walk the Corrieyarrick - Tells how I go to John O'Groats - In which I decide to walk the Larig Ghru - I go to sea in an Aberdeen trawler - Tells how the honours of Scotland were saved - In which I tell you something about food.

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A decent book, but doesn't live up to the standard he set himself in In Search of Scotland. Read full review

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