<< deleted >> In 1773 he (Boswell) persuaded Johnson to join him in a tour of the Highlands and the Hebrides. Almost every aspect of the adventure should have made it impossible, or at least unpleasant. Johnson, far from young and after years of sedentary city living, found himself astride a horse in wild country or in open boats in autumn weather. As a devout Anglican, he was an outspoken enemy of the Presbyterian church, the national church of Scotland. Source: The Norton Anthology of English Literature, James Boswell (1740-1795) Hello teachers, The blue word (he) refers to James Boswell or Samuel Johnson? Many thanks in advance.