Echoes of the Sea: Scotland and the Sea : an Anthology
Brian D. Osborne, Ronald Armstrong
Canongate, 1998 - 420 էջ
From the curraghs of Celtic monks to the longships of the Vikings, the sea has been central to the Scots. Weaving poetry and prose, reportage and travel writing, the editors have tried to reflect the full range and power of the sea and its influence on Scotland.
Sea Prayer from Carmina Gadelica
Carthon from The Poems of Ossian
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