His Bloody Project Setting

Graeme MaCrae Burnet
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Culduie

Culduie is the main setting of the novel and the home of the vast majority of the characters within Roddy’s narrative, including the Macraes, Mckenzie’s, and the Smokes. Culduie is a very impoverished village in the Scottish Highlands. As the village is not directly connected to any urban centers, the village relies on agriculture to fuel its economy. This economy directly benefits the village’s laird (lord), who controls the city through an almost feudal system of tenant farming. The people of Culduie are known to be unintelligent, inbred hicks who amount to nothing other than farming.

Inverness Gaol

Inverness Gaol is the place in which Roddy is imprisoned after he is apprehended for his crimes. Roddy’s cell within the gaol is described as a very dank and small room with very little inside other than a chamberpot. Little detail is given about Inverness other...

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