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At Ellangowan , Kennedy was a frequent and always an acceptable guest . His
vivacity relieved Mr. Bertram of the trouble of thought , and the labour which it
cost him to support a detailed communication of ideas ; while the daring and ...
Then ye'll maybe ken a place they ca ' Ellangowan ? ' Ellangowan , that was Mr.
Bertram's — I ken the place weel eneugh . The Laird died about a fortnight since ,
as I heard . ' * Died ! ' - said the old woman , dropping her pipe , and rising and ...
That Bertram's right and Bertram's might Should meet on Ellangowan height . ” I
have seen him twice when he saw na me ; I ken when he was in this country first ,
and I ken what's brought him back again . Up , an ' to the gate ! ye're ower lang ...
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The second published novel of Walter Scott. Apparently written in 6 weeks when Scott needed to raise funds urgently when in a financial crisis, the book holds together remarkably well. The plot is of ... Read full review
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This is the second novel written by Walter Scott, and arguably better than his first one Waverley. Set mainly in the rural Galloway region of Scotland in the late 1700s, Guy Mannering tells us a story ... Read full review