Andreapolis Being Writings in Praise of St Andrews

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The day was fine, and shone with that pathetic brightness which a Scotch summer day so often has after a storm, as if Nature made anxious amends to her children for those frequent interruptions which she could not prevent. The sea was full, washing up to the very foot of the grey fantastic rock. Little blue wavelets, fairy curls of foam, crept about it, as if trying to soften the silent giant. They came up in little child-like rushes, as of glee irrepressible, to the very edge of the mossy gras...s. ' . . .
In her novel entitled The Primrose Path (1878), Mrs. Oliphant describes a view from Earlshall, near Leuchars, in which St. Andrews is referred to (vol. Ii. Pp. 144-147) :— ' There does not seem much beauty to spare in the coast of Fife. Low hills, great breadth of level fields ; the sea a great expanse of blue or leaden grey, fringed with low reefs of dark rocks, like the yo Mrs. Oliphant teeth of some hungry monster, dangerous and grim without being picturesque, without a ship to break its monotony.


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