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Titel: The Highlands
Verlag: Trafalgar Square
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Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781851583652-3
Inhaltsangabe: An interpretation of the traditional background, culture and ways of life of the Scottish Highlanders. This book is concerned not only with the beauty spots and scenery, but also with the Highlanders in their own self-created environment and unique culture.
Über den Autor: Calum I. Maclean was born on the island of Raasay, Inverness-shire, on 6 September 1915. He was a graduate of Edinburgh University, where he took the degree of MA with First Class Honours in Celtic. In 1946, Maclean started the systematic collection of material in the Hebrides on behalf of the Irish Folklore Commission. In 1951, he joined the staff of the then newly established School of Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh. His death in 1960 cut short a life and career of immense value to Highland folklore. This new edition of his book is in the nature of an acknowledgement of his worth and the legacy he left for future generations of Highlanders.
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