In Hallaig, MacLean evokes the past and vibrant community of a village abandoned during the Highland Clearances.
Where is Hallaig?
On the Isle of Skye
On the Isle of Raasay
On the Applecross Peninsula
What does the deer represent?
The need to hunt for food to survive
A woman whom MacLean loved
Which trees does the poet admire?
How does MacLean describe the road between Leac and Fearns?
It has heavy traffic
It is busy with people walking
It is deserted
What mood are the girls that MacLean describes in?
They are young and happy
They are sad to leave their home
They are tired and overworked