Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895

Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895 By S.R. Crockett, Bog Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years to This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery
  • Title: Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895
  • Author: S.R. Crockett
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  • Page: 121
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  • Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895 By S.R. Crockett, This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
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      Samuel Rutherford Crockett was a Scottish novelist He was born at Duchrae, Balmaghie, Kirkcudbrightshire, the illegitimate son of dairymaid Annie Crocket He was raised on his grandfather s Galloway farm, won a bursary to Edinburgh University in 1876, and graduated from there during 1879.After some years of travel, he became in 1886 minister of Penicuik During that year he produced his first publication, Dulce Cor Latin Sweet Heart , a collection of verse under the pseudonym Ford Brereton He eventually abandoned the Free Church ministry for full time novel writing in 1895.The success of J M Barrie and the Kailyard school of sentimental, homey writing had already created a demand for stories in Lowland Scots when Crockett published his successful story of The Stickit Minister in 1893 It was followed by a rapidly produced series of popular novels frequently featuring the history of Scotland or his native Galloway Crockett made considerable sums of money from his writing and was a friend and correspondent of R L Stevenson, but his later work has been criticised as being over prolific and feebly sentimental.Crockett was well travelled in Europe and beyond, spending time in most European countries and he wrote several novels of European history including The Red Axe 1898 , A Tatter of Scarlet 1913 , and the non fiction The Adventurer in Spain 1903 which holds its own against Robert Louis Stevenson s travel writing.He died in France on 16 April 1914.

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