His Bloody Project - The Account of Roderick Macrae pp. 1-57 Summary & Analysis

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Roddy explains that he is writing an account of the events leading up to the crime on the behest of his advocate. Roddy states that he committed his crimes to deliver his father from tribulations. He explains the nature of the village of Culduie. Culduie is a small town made up of nine houses and next to the town of Aird-Dubh. He then he explains the layout of his house, which consists of two rooms, an elevated living quarter for animals and one of the family. Roddy then attempts to explain why the Macraes and Mackenzies hate each other, but confesses that he does not know the cause of the feud, as the catalyst took place long ago. He theorizes that, at one point, he accidently destroyed some of the Mackenzie crops while flying a kite, which did...

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