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  1. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Oxford World's Classics) by James Hogg, Ian Duncan, 2010-06-06
  2. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner by James Hogg, 2010-03-06
  3. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner- James Hogg by James Hogg, 2009-07-19
  4. The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey, Vol. 2 - With a Preface and Annotations by James Hogg by Thomas De Quincey, 2010-07-12
  5. Electric Shepherd: A Likeness of James Hogg by Karl Miller, 2005-08-18
  6. Ocean Devil: The Life and Legend of George Hogg by James MacManus, 2008-03-03
  7. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner by James Hogg, 2009-10-04
  8. James Hogg: A Life by Gillian Hughes, 2007-06-15
  9. Speeches and State Papers of James Stephen Hogg, Ex-Governor of Texas; With a Sketch of His Life by James Stephen Hogg, 2009-12-18
  10. The Three Perils of Woman by James Hogg, 1994-04-15
  11. Contracts: Cases, Problems and Materials (American Casebooks) by James F. Hogg, Carter G. Bishop, 1997-08
  12. James Hogg: The Founder Of The Psychological Novel by Corinne de Popow, 2004-10-27
  13. James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace by Sharon Alker, Holly Faith Nelson, 2009-09-28
  14. James Hogg-Selected Poems and Songs (The Association for Scottish Literary Studies) by D. Groves, 1987-08

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James Hogg, detail of an oil painting by W. Nicholson; on loan to the Scott ... (baptized Dec. 9, 1770, Ettrick, Selkirkshire, Scot.d. Nov. 21, 1835, Altrive, Yarrow, Selkirkshire), Scottish poet, known as the "Ettrick Shepherd," who enjoyed a vogue during the ballad revival that accompanied the Romantic movement. Hogg spent most of his youth and early manhood as a shepherd and was almost entirely self-educated. His Need more? Complete articles are available to premium service members. Information on site licenses is also available.
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James Hogg (The Ettrick Shepherd) 1770 1835. Author, songwriterand poet. Born at Ettrick Hall in the Scottish Borders, Hogg was

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(The Ettrick Shepherd) Author, songwriter and poet. Born at Ettrick Hall in the Scottish Borders, Hogg was almost entirely self-educated, He remained loyal to his farming roots throughout his life, preferring his family and his Borders farm to the Edinburgh literati. Hogg became a close friend of another literary son of the Borders, Sir Walter Scott (1771 - 1832). Following unsuccessful farming ventures at Ettrick and in Dumfriesshire, Hogg moved to Edinburgh in 1810, but returned to Yarrow in 1815, having been given the free rent of a farm by Charles Montagu Douglas Scott, the 4th Duke of Buccleuch (1772 - 1819). His literary works brought him recognition and critical acclaim, in Edinburgh, London and beyond. His most famous book is the powerful The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (1824). Hogg was also a collector and writer of folk tunes and an accomplished fiddle player. During a trip to London in 1832, he was offered a knighthood by King George IV, but refused this honour. Hogg is buried in the kirkyard at Ettrick and is remembered by a statue at St. Mary's Loch, close to where he was born. There is a museum dedicated to his life in Aikwood Tower, near Selkirk.

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8. James Stephen Hogg
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9. James Hogg
James Hogg. James Hogg, 17701835, Scottish novelist and poet. Hogghad little education and spent much of his youth as a shepherd.
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James Hogg, , Scottish novelist and poet. Hogg had little education and spent much of his youth as a shepherd. In Sir Walter Scott noticed his work and encouraged the publication of his poems, after which he was known as the Ettrick Shepherd. His most famous work is a religious fanatic's fictional autobiography, Confessions of a Justified Sinner

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James Hogg. 17701835. Tijdens het laatste jaar van mijn studie inGlasgow heb ik een aantal schrijvers uit de Schotse literatuur
James Hogg Tijdens het laatste jaar van mijn studie in Glasgow heb ik een aantal schrijvers uit de Schotse literatuur bestudeerd, waarvan er naar mijn mening één met kop en schouders boven menig andere uitsteekt, James Hogg , bijgenaamd the Ettrick Shepherd . Het meest bekende boek van deze schrijver is ' The Confessions of a Justified Sinner ', waarin Hogg een situatie beschrijft van iemand die we nu een fundamentalist zouden noemen. Iemand die meende een uitverkorene Gods te zijn. Dit idee wordt in het extreme getrokken, en wel zodanig dat de hoofdpersoon een naar zijn mening zondig persoon vermoordt in de stellige overtuiging dat hij handelt volgens de wil van God. De lezer ontdekt dat het echter de duivel is die hem leidt. Nu, bijna twee eeuwen later, een uiterst actueel onderwerp! During the final year of my studies in Glasgow I studied a number of writers belonging to Scottish literature, of which one, to my mind, surpassed them all, James Hogg , also called the Ettrick Shepherd . His most famous novel is ' The Confessions of a Justified Sinner ', in which Hogg derscribes a situation of someone we would now call a fundamentalist. Someone who sees himself as God's chosen. This idea is taken to such an extreme, that he thinks he is justified in killing a person whom he thinks sinful. He is of the opinion that he does what God wants of him. The reader, however, that it is the Devil that takes him by the hand.

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13. James Edgar Phipps Hogg
James Edgar Phipps Hogg. Born 16 October Queensland. Known As JamesHogg Batting Style Right Hand Bat Career Statistics FIRSTCLASS

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James Hogg. James Hogg (17701835) was born in the Ettrick Valleyin the Scottish Borders. When he was seven, his father, a sheep
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James Hogg (1770-1835) was born in the Ettrick Valley in the Scottish Borders. When he was seven, his father, a sheep farmer, went bankrupt and Hogg left school hardly able to read; he could only shape letters "nearly an inch in length," he wrote later in his autobiography. For many years, he worked as a cowherd and later as a shepherd. His mother, however, steeped him in ballads and folklore, and his grandfather was apparently the last man to talk with the fairies. Only in his twenties, when Hogg was exposed to books once more, did he begin to write, his first creations being "songs and ballads made up for the lassies to sing in chorus." At forty, he set out for Edinburgh and, after starting the short-lived satirical magazine The Spy , he wrote poems and stories for Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner , first published in 1824, has long been considered his masterpiece. The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner
This work of black humor, acute psychological insight, and, in the end, deeply compassionate humanity is one of the masterpieces of literature in English.

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16. Hogg James Lord Emsworth's Annotated Whiffle : The Care Of The Pig
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  • 18. Handbook Of Texas Online: HOGG, JAMES STEPHEN
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    HOGG, JAMES STEPHEN (1851-1906). James Stephen Hogg, the first native governor of Texas, was born near Rusk on March 24, 1851, the son of Lucanda (McMath) and Joseph Lewis Hogg. qv He attended McKnight School and had private tutoring at home until the Civil War. qv His father, a brigadier general, died at the head of his command in 1862, and his mother died the following year. Hogg and two of his brothers were left with two older sisters to run the plantation. Hogg spent almost a year in 1866 near Tuscaloosa, Alabama, going to school. After returning to Texas, he studied with Peyton Irving and worked as the typesetter in Andrew Jackson's qv newspaper office at Rusk. There he perfected his spelling, improved his vocabulary, and was stimulated by the prose and poetry contributions of his brother Thomas E. Hogg, qv who was studying law. Gradually, the family estate had to be sold to pay taxes and buy food, clothes, and books while the brothers tried to prepare themselves to earn a living by agriculture and practicing law as their father had done. While helping the sheriff at Quitman, Hogg earned the enmity of a group of outlaws, who lured him over the county line, ambushed him, and shot him in the back. He recovered and turned again to newspaper work in Tyler, after which he ran his own papers in Longview and Quitman from 1871 to 1873, fighting subsidies to railroads, the corruption of the Ulysses S. Grant administration, and local lawlessness. He served as justice of the peace at Quitman from 1873 to 1875. He studied law and was licensed in the latter year. Meanwhile, he had married Sallie Stinson; four children were born to them. Hogg received his only defeat in a contest for public office in 1876, when he ran against John S. Griffith

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    James Hogg (1770-1835), also known as 'The Ettrick Shepherd' lived and worked for most of his life in Ettrick Forest in the Scottish Borders. He is best known for his innovative novel, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner Hogg published poems, songs and novels, many of which explore traditional idioms in new ways. These include Scottish Pastorals The Mountain Bard The Forest Minstrel The Queen's Wake The Pilgrims of the Sun , The Poetic Mirror The Brownie of Bodsbeck (1818) and The Jacobite Relics of Scotland Ballads from Hogg's family, and collected by the writer,appear in Walter Scott's The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (1802-03). The Domestic Manners and Private Life of Sir Walter Scott (1834) is an insightful portrait of Hogg's enduring if, at times, fraught friendship with Scott. In 1810 Hogg moved to Edinburgh, where he edited the short-lived satirical periodical

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