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"Raasay (Scottish Gaelic: Ratharsair) is an island between the Isle of [[Skye]] and the mainland of [[Scotland]]. It is separated from [[Skye]] by the Sound of Raasay and from Applecross by the Inner Sound. It is most famous for being the birthplace of the poet Sorley MacLean, an important figure in the Scottish literary renaissance. Traditionally the home of Clan MacSween, the island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 16th to the 19th century. Subsequently a series of private landlords held title to the island, which is now largely in public ownership. [[Raasay House]], which was visited by James Boswell and Samuel Johnson in 1773, is now an outdoor centre. Raasay means "Isle of the Roe Deer" and is home to an endemic subspecies of Bank Vole." [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raasay Raasay, Wikipedia]
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"Raasay (Scottish Gaelic: Ratharsair) is an island between the Isle of [[Skye]] and the mainland of [[Scotland]]. It is separated from [[Skye]] by the Sound of Raasay and from Applecross by the Inner Sound. It is most famous for being the birthplace of the poet Sorley MacLean, an important figure in the Scottish literary renaissance. Traditionally the home of Clan MacSween, the island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 16th to the 19th century. Subsequently a series of private landlords held title to the island, which is now largely in public ownership. [[Raasay House]], which was visited by James Boswell and Samuel Johnson in 1773, is now an outdoor centre. Raasay means "Isle of the Roe Deer" and is home to an endemic subspecies of Bank Vole." [[wikipedia:Raasay|Raasay, Wikipedia]]
  
  
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Raasay

Small island between Skye and mainland Scotland. Charles wakes up in Raasay House on this island.




"Raasay (Scottish Gaelic: Ratharsair) is an island between the Isle of Skye and the mainland of Scotland. It is separated from Skye by the Sound of Raasay and from Applecross by the Inner Sound. It is most famous for being the birthplace of the poet Sorley MacLean, an important figure in the Scottish literary renaissance. Traditionally the home of Clan MacSween, the island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 16th to the 19th century. Subsequently a series of private landlords held title to the island, which is now largely in public ownership. Raasay House, which was visited by James Boswell and Samuel Johnson in 1773, is now an outdoor centre. Raasay means "Isle of the Roe Deer" and is home to an endemic subspecies of Bank Vole." Raasay, Wikipedia