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by Norah Parr

eBook James Hogg at Home: Being the Domestic Life and Letters of the Ettrick Shepherd epub
  • ISBN: 0950541621
  • Author: Norah Parr
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: D.S. Mack (November 1980)
  • Pages: 148 pages
  • ePUB size: 1221 kb
  • FB2 size 1387 kb
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being the domestic life and letters of the Ettrick shepherd. Published 1980 by . Biography, Correspondence, Scottish Poets. James Hogg (1770-1835). 7, B. Library of Congress.

Excerpt from book: CHAPTER VIII. Not content with the good the gods had provided for him, the Shepherd unfortunately took a lease of a farm adjoining the little nook given him by the Duke of Buccleuch. Mount Benger was the name of the farm, and many of his pieces and compositions were written while living there, so that the name of the place became familiar to the readers ofBlackwood and to the public

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As a poet and a shepherd, James Hogg was well equipped to write about .

As a poet and a shepherd, James Hogg was well equipped to write about living in two worlds. The Hogg of the "Noctes" can nevertheless come close to coinciding with the Hogg revealed in his Memoir of the Author's Life (published in instalments beginning in 1807) and in his poems and prose fictions.

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James Hogg (1770 – 21 November 1835) was a Scottish poet, novelist and essayist who wrote in both Scots and English. As a young man he worked as a shepherd and farmhand, and was largely self-educated through reading

James Hogg (1770 – 21 November 1835) was a Scottish poet, novelist and essayist who wrote in both Scots and English. As a young man he worked as a shepherd and farmhand, and was largely self-educated through reading. He was a friend of many of the great writers of his day, including Sir Walter Scott, of whom he later wrote an unauthorized biography

James Hogg ('the Ettrick Shepherd') was a poet, novelist, and farmer whose work was discovered by Sir Walter Scott and admired by writers as different as Wordsworth and Byron.

James Hogg ('the Ettrick Shepherd') was a poet, novelist, and farmer whose work was discovered by Sir Walter Scott and admired by writers as different as Wordsworth and Byron. His most famous book, The Confessions of a Justified Sinner (1824), is striking in its use of Calvinist doctrine, demonology, and a highly modern psychological perception to tell the story of the criminal Colwan, deluded by occult forces into thinking he represents an instrument of divine justice and vengeance. Introduction by Roger Lewis. Book Jacket Status: Not Jacketed).

Early life The Shepherd of the Noctes is a part-animal, part-rural simpleton, and . Ettrick Parish Church, where Hogg is buried. James Hogg as depicted on the Scott Monument.

James Hogg was born on a small farm near Ettrick, Scotland in 1770 and was baptized there on 9 December, his actual date of birth having never been recorded. His father, Robert Hogg (1729–1820), was a tenant farmer while his mother, Margaret Hogg (née Laidlaw) (1730–1813), was noted for collecting native Scottish ballads. The Shepherd of the Noctes is a part-animal, part-rural simpleton, and part-savant. He became one of the best-known figures in topical literary affairs, famous throughout Britain and its colonies.

by. Hogg, James, 1770-1835; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869. v. 1. Tales and sketches. London : Blackie and Son. Collection. Extremely narrow margins.

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