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Scottish Writers

Scotland has a rich legacy of fine writers, and although some of them may not get the same attention as Robert Burns or Sir Walter Scott, they are equally as interesting and enjoyable.


Here is an alphabetical list which may contain your favourite.

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Who are the Scots?

Brittonic was the first recognisable language used in Scotland. It is strongly related to Welsh and was spoken by the Britons around the Strathclyde area of Scotland. It is thought that the Picts spoke a very similar language, as can be seen by some of the place names in Brittonic Gaelic found in Fife and the Grampian area in places where the Picts mainly lived.

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