The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner

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The definitive edition of the all-time Scottish novel - an 'enduring masterpeice' - introduced by Ian Rankin
It is Scotland in the early eighteenth century. Fear and superstition grip the land. Robert Wringhim, a boy of strict Calvinist upbringing, is corrupted by a shadowy figure who calls himself Gil-Martin. Under his influence Robert commits a series of murders which he regards as 'justified' by God under the tenets of his faith.Hogg's masterpiece is a brilliant portrayal of the power of evil and a scathing critique of organised religion. Superbly crafted and deftly executed, it resists any easy explanation of events: is this stranger a figment of Robert's imagination, or the devil himself?
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Weight 0.247000
Author Hogg, James
Availability IP
Department Literature
Edition Main - Canons
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781786891860
Pages 336
Published 04/01/2018
Publisher Canongate Books
Section Literature
Series Canons
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