3 edition of Scottish characteristics. found in the catalog.
Edwin Paxton Hood
|Statement||By Paxton Hood.|
|Series||Standard library,, no. 94|
|LC Classifications||DA772 .H7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||03028339|
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References to the Scottish Terrier specifically are hard to find. They seem to have been alluded to in the book The History of Scotland by Don Leslie.
At aroundSir Joshua Reynolds made a painting of a young girl holding a dog resembling the Scottish Terrier. Inspector Rebus is a character and series of detective fiction novels by Scottish author Ian Rankin. The police procedural series is considered to fall into the Scottish Tartan Noir subgenre.
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