Reminiscences of Scottish life and character
by Edward Bannerman Ramsay
Publisher: Chicago : McClurg & Co 1908
Number of pages: 380
This is an incredible book with beautiful full color copies of paintings. The book is a very thorough account of stories from different areas of Scotland, including the various dialects. The regional words and pronunciations are well explained and many are quite funny and endearing.
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