Wandering Willie's Tale - Wandering Willie's Tale Summary & Analysis

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Wandering Willie's Tale Summary

The second part of "Wandering Willie's Tale" is told by the old man. He begins by describing Sir Robert Redgauntlet, who is very rich and lives in a grand castle called Primose Knowe. Sir Robert is feared by many men and readily compared to the devil. Yet he is well liked by his tenants and his battle companions for he treats them better then most lairds, or lords, as he is lenient with rent.

The old man next introduces one of Sir Robert Redgauntlet's tenants, Steenie Steenson. Steenie is one of Sir Robert's favorite tenants since he is a talented pipe player. He is also a favorite of Dougal, Sir Robert's butler and confidant. All is well with the relationship between the two men until after the Revolution when Sir Robert Redgauntlet finds himself in need of money and...

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