Tourism: Principles and Practice
Longman, 1998 - Travel - 530 pages
In 1803, Walter Scott presented a remarkable guest to his friends at an Edinburgh dinner party. The plaid-clad figure, hands stained with tar from doctoring the sheep he had just driven to market, was James Hogg, poet and shepherd, and one of Scotland's most unusual literary figures.
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