This chapter examines the role of The Trossachs in Scottish film, from its role as one of the most famous Scottish film landscapes to the relationship between that role and Walter Scott's original portrait of the area in "Rob Roy".
|Title of host publication||Literary Tourism, The Trossachs And Walter Scott |
|Place of Publication||University of Glasgow|
|Publisher||Scottish Literature International|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- film, Scottish literature