Neil Munro (Hugh Foulis)

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Neil Munro (1863 - 1930) was a Scottish writer who also used the pen name Hugh Foulis.


  • It must be the old, darling, foolish Highlands in us, my dear, the old people and the old stupid stories they are telling us for generations round he fire, and it must be the hills about us, and the constant complaint of the sea.
    • Gilian the Dreamer, ch. 5
  • Beloved Scotland of the winter and the hills! ’Tis little that thou’lt get from them, but they will make thee hard and brave!
    • The New Road, ch. 23

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