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PITHY QUOTE FROM Hogg: Collected Works

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Dan could not contain his indignation on hearing this brag. He ran forward to the brace, put his neck under it, and turning his nose up the lum (or rustic chimney) answered, “Deil o’ that ye’re fit to do, auld tyke. Ye’re but a liar at best and the father o’ liars. Gang and toast heathen bacon in your ain het hame. What seek ye here amang leel men?”

James Hogg, The Three Perils of Man: A Border Romance, Volume III

The Stirling/South Carolina Research Edition of the Collected Works of James Hogg. Electronic Edition. book cover

The Stirling/South Carolina Research Edition of the Collected Works of James Hogg. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-126-1

Language: English

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Detail: James Hogg. Oil on canvas, by Sir John Watson Gordon, 1830

Hogg, James. The Stirling/South Carolina Research Edition of the Collected Works of James Hogg. Founding General Editor: the late Douglas S. Mack. General Editors: Ian Duncan, University of California, and Suzanne Gilbert, University of Stirling. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1995-2014.

  • Vol 1. The Shepherd’s Calendar (2002). Edited by Douglas S. Mack.
  • Vol 2. The Three Perils of Woman (1995). Edited by David Groves, Antony Hasler, and D. S. Mack.
  • Vol 3. A Queer Book (2007). Edited by P. D. Garside.
  • Vol 4. Tales of the Wars of Montrose (1996). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 5. A Series of Lay Sermons (1997). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 6. Queen Hynde (1998). Edited by Suzanne Gilbert and Douglas S. Mack.
  • Vol 7. Anecdotes of Scott (2004). Edited by Jill Rubenstein.
  • Vol 8. The Spy (2000). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 9. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (2001). Edited by P. D. Garside.
  • Vol 10. The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: First Series (2002). Edited by Murray G. H. Pittock.
  • Vol 11. Winter Evening Tales (2002). Edited by Ian Duncan.
  • Vol 12. The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: Second Series (2003). Edited by Murray G. H. Pittock.
  • Vol 13. Altrive Tales (2003). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 14. The Queen’s Wake (2004). Edited by Douglas S. Mack.
  • Vol 15. The Collected Letters of James Hogg: Vol.1 1800–1819 (2004). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 16. Mador of the Moor (2005). Edited by James E. Barcus.
  • Vol 17. Contributions to Annuals and Gift-Books (2006). Edited by Janette Currie and Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 18. The Collected Letters of James Hogg: Vol.2 1820–1831 (2006). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 19. The Forest Minstrel (2006). Edited by Peter Garside and Richard D. Jackson.
  • Vol 20. The Mountain Bard (2007). Edited by Suzanne Gilbert.
  • Vol 21. The Collected Letters of James Hogg: Vol.3 1832–1835 (2008). Edited by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 22. The Bush aboon Traquair and The Royal Jubilee (2008). Edited by Douglas S. Mack.
  • Vol 23. Contributions to Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine: Vol. 1 1817–1828 (2008). Edited by Thomas C. Richardson.
  • Vol 24. Midsummer Night Dreams and Related Poems (2008). Edited by the late Jill Rubenstein and completed by Gillian Hughes.
  • Vol 25. Highland Journeys (2010). Edited by H. b. de Groot.
  • Vol 26. Contributions to Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine: Vol. 2 1829–1835 (2012). Edited by Thomas C. Richardson.
  • Vol 27. The Three Perils of Man (2012). Edited by Judy King and Graham Tulloch.
  • Vol 28. Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd (2014). Edited by Kirsteen McCue with Janette Currie.
  • Vol 29. Contributions to Musical Collections and Miscellaneous Songs (2014). Edited by Kirsteen McCue with Janette Currie and Megan Coyer.
  • Vol 30. Memoir of Burns (2016). Edited by Patrick Scott.
  • Vol 31. Scottish Pastorals: Together with Other Early Poems and 'Letters on Poetry' (2016). Edited by Suzanne Gilbert.
  • Vol 32. The Brownie of Bodsbeck and Other Tales (2016). Edited by Valentina Bold