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Strange tales of the Highlands & Islands
Alasdair Alpin MacGregor
|Statement||by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor.|
|Contributions||MacGregor, Alasdair Alpin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
It Happened in the Highlands is the next book in the new historical highland series, (writing as May McGoldrick) weave emotionally satisfying tales of love and danger. Publishing under the names of May McGoldrick and Jan Coffey, these authors have written more than thirty novels and works of nonfiction for Penguin Random House, Mira Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group. Alasdair Alpin MacGregor writing in his 'Strange Tales of the Highlands and Islands' wrote that 'Up till the time of the '45' it is said, every clachan and farm in the Highlands of Perthshire had its own Brownie'. The 'Little Old Man of the Barn' threshed the corn at night and did other hard work before humans awoke.
Page - Behind the fire sat a girl with one of those strange foreign faces which are occasionally to be seen in the Western Isles, a face which reminded me of the Nineveh sculptures, and of faces seen in St. Sebastian. Her hair was as black as night, and her clear dark eyes glittered through the peat-smoke. 3/5(1). ‘Strange Tales,’ however, is nothing if not a strong testimony that Rudyard Kipling was indeed a very creepy – and very talented – writer of weird fiction. And while he isn’t quite up there with Bierce - or Poe, I guess - there are some stories in this anthology that work /5.
Popular Tales of the West Highlands is a four-volume collection of fairy tales, collected and published by John Francis Campbell, and often translated from Gaelic. Alexander Carmichael was one of the main contributors. The collection in four volumes was first published in –62 in Edinburgh. A new edition (with different pagination) appeared under the auspices of the Islay Association in. Popular Tales of the West Highlands: Popular Tales of the West Highlands, Vol. I by J. F. Campbell  Popular Tales of the West Highlands, Vol. II Although this book is not currently in print, it was reprinted in paperback by Wildwood Press in , and it is easy to obtain inexpensive used copies.
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Strange and Unique Tales of Scottish Lore This was a wonderful book about many of the strange and unique tales of Scottish lore. Ghosts, fairies, castles, monsters and more are related in this fascinating book/5.
Folklorist John Gregorson Campbell () collected these intriguing tales of witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands and islands of Scotland. They have an authentic feel to them, free of having been polished up for New Age modern consumption/5(14).
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by Campbell, John Strange Tales of Scotland (Jack's Strange Tales Book 1) by Jack Strange. $ out of 5 stars Need /5. The Highlands and Islands of Scotland are rich in strange stories and folk tales.
Read about the seven brothers who were slaughtered by the Giant of Jura, the drowned sailors who came back to life as seals, buried treasure and the vanity of two giants which turned a life of poverty into a life of prosperity for folk living in a glen beside Loch.
Clan Traditions and Popular Tales of the Western Highlands and Islands by John Gregorson Campbell (Editor), Alfred Nutt (Introduction)/5(2). Strange Tales of Scotland is an apt title.
Weird happens and sometimes some really deranged people. Maybe it is the whiskey. Even the royalty is not spared. One, with King Alexander is a love tale—of sorts. Queen Mary had real own problems with the supernatural.
Of course, there is a bit about Nessie, but there are other creatures/5(). Superstitions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland Contents The fairies -- Tales illustrative of fairy superstition -- Tutelary beings -- The Urisk, the Blue Men, and the Mermaid -- The Water-horse -- Superstitions about animals -- Miscellaneous superstitions -- Augury -- Premonitions and divination -- Dreams and prophecies -- Imprecations.
Weird Scotland: Monsters, Mysteries, and Magic Across the Scottish Nation is part of an ongoing series by Sean McLachlan and Charles River Editors that includes The Weird Wild West, Mysteries of the South, The Mysterious Midwest, and Mysterious New England, and /5(18).
Top 10 books about the Scottish Highlands and Islands Remote yet magnetic, the rugged environments of Scotland’s north have been inspiring Author: Kerry Andrew.
The peat-fire flame: folk-tales and traditions of the Highlands & Islands. As each of the tales originated in Scotland, mainly the Highlands, I felt a huge impact of patriotism and an odd pride at seeing my ancestors cut each others heads off.
Owens collection of tales range from myth and legend, to those he tells us are absolutely true/5. Page xxx - He had the manner of a practised narrator, and it is quite evident that he is one ; he chuckled at the interesting parts, and laid his withered finger on my knee as he gave out the terrible bits with due solemnity.
A small boy in a kilt, with large round glittering eyes, was standing mute at his knee, gazing at his wrinkled face, and devouring every word.
DOWNLOAD NOW» The folklore of the Scottish Highlands is unique and very much alive. Anne Ross is a Gaelic-speaking scholar and archaeologist who has lived and worked in crofting communities, which has enabled her to collect information firsthand and assess the veracity of material already published.
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Among the tales collected by Father Allan MacDonald of Eriskay is one that echoes the strictness in parts of the Highlands and Islands of not breaking the Sabbath. A workman, Dougal MacKintosh, of Loch Eynort, was employed at the pier of Loch Skipport.
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Alasdair Alpin MacGregor (Ma – ) was a Scottish writer and photographer, known for a large number of travel books. He wrote also on Scottish folklore, and was a published poet. Life. He was born at Applecross, Ross and Cromarty, on 20 Marchthe son of Colonel John MacGregor M.D. of the Indian Medical was educated at Tain Academy.
The bulk of the book describes his experiences in the Highlands and Islands. Many of the places he mentions are very well known to me, which probably increased my own enjoyment of the book. Some of the text allows the reader to A moderately diverting but generally very “light” memoir from someone who acted as a School Inspector in Scotland /5.
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Six ancient myths from the Scottish islands From rock-dwelling giants to mermaids and seals who steal the hearts of local women, Scotland's islands are still alive today with tales of their.texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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