Definition of Hogg, James in English:

Hogg, James

Line breaks: James Hogg
Pronunciation: /hɒɡ
( 1770–1835), Scottish poet. A shepherd in the Ettrick Forest whose talent was discovered by Sir Walter Scott, he is best known today for his prose work The Confessions of a Justified Sinner (1824).

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