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James Hogg at 250: the farmhand who became one of Scotland's greatest storytellers

By Daniel Cook, Reader in Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Literature, University of Dundee
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Despite little formal education, Hogg wrote one of the finest novels in Scottish literature, a disturbing tale of the divided self that still resonates.

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