James Hogg

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Noun1.James Hogg - Scottish writer of rustic verse (1770-1835)James Hogg - Scottish writer of rustic verse (1770-1835)
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Wilson Ogilvie recently addressed members of Dumfries Probus Club about the life and works of James Hogg, also known as the Ettrick Shepherd.
Motherwell man James Hogg stepped down as chairman of Motherwell District Sports Council after serving for 20 years.
James Hogg, Charles Dickens, William Godwin, and Mary Shelley, proceeding by a theoretical rather than chronological logic.
Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" may seem generically and thematically incongruous with Walter Scott's and James Hogg's novels, yet the new inflection given to that poem via Jager's analysis of Purchas's Pilgrimage makes sense of this grouping.
THE PEOPLE'S HISTORY SHOW STV, 8pm JAMES Hogg, or the Ettrick Shepherd, left school at seven after just six months of education but became one of Scotland's literary greats.
She said: "My brother-inlaw James Hogg, who is a writer, pointed out to me no one from within the stable staff ranks had ever written a book.
Examples include James Hogg, tried in 1828 at the age of 14 and transported to Van Diemens Land (now Tasmania) for wearing stolen clothes.
A year later, in the April 1875 issue of The American Garden (edited by James Hogg), Parsons himself provided a comprehensive inventory of the Japanese plants entrusted him by Thomas Hogg more than a year earlier (S.
But it also draws heavily upon two Scottish 19th-century novels of split personality and monstrous doubles: Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and James Hogg's The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner.
(8) Coming between Scott's 'Essay' and this novel is still another part of this sub-archive, as Duncan and Graham Tulloch point out: James Hogg's Three Perils of Man: War, Women, and Witchcraft, published in 1822 but apparently begun in fall 1819.