The Hills Is Lonely

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Author: Lillian Beckwith

When Lillian Beckwith advertised for a secluded place in the country, she received a letter with the following unusual description of an isolated Hebridean croft: ‘Surely it’s that quiet even the sheeps themselves on the hills is lonely and as to the sea it’s that near as I use it myself everyday for the refusals.’ Her curiosity aroused, Beckwith took up the invitation. Th….Read More

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