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  • Scotland is the country above all others that I have seen, in which a man of imagination may carve out his own pleasures; there are so many inhabited solitudes.

  • ... Scots are born exiles, and Scotland the perfect country to be exiled from. Do not imagine that I am running down Scotland. Far from it. ... No, what I mean is that Scotland's beauties, though undeniable, are obvious ones, easy to carry in the heart, easy even to describe to the benighted members of less fortunate races. Lakes, islands and mountains, heather and rowan, broad straths and narrow glens — these are jewels easily worn in the memory ...

    • Jan Struther,
    • "Behold the Hebrides," A Pocketful of Pebbles ()
  • You could sum up the Highland way of life, she thought, if you were unkind, in four words: devilment, obligement, refreshment, buggerment.

  • Oh, you'll take the high road / And I'll take the low road, / And I'll be in Scotland before you ...

    • Alicia Scott,
    • "Loch Lomond," Poets and Poetry of Scotland ()