In 1937, Louis MacNeice and his friend Nancy visited the Hebrides.
Following loosely in the footsteps of Johnson and Boswell, MacNeice
describes with distinctive candour the people, customs and
landscapes of the Hebrides. Alienated from the way of life he
encountered in the islands yet utterly fascinated by it, Louis
MacNeice provides a unique insight into a now vanished culture and,
as such, the book is a fascinating social historical document of
Scottish rural life in the late 1930s.
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