I know where I'm going (1945)

»What do you young chaps know about girls?«
»Nothing, not a thing.«
»Then you know as much as I do.«

Innovative, playful titling and tongue-in-cheek start leads to a didactic romance where a headstrong londoner learns some unexpected lessons in harsh, exotic, alluring Scotland. Our main character is hungry for life, determined to strike out a great future for herself, but sometimes a little too hasty.

Brimful with idealized folklore and witty lines. In my book of oldfashioned, entertaining, tightly knit moralities.

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