Sir Walter Scott, Bart
The editor of twelve volumes of Walter Scott's letters has written a new life, founded upon extensive research. The book is based upon the author's lectures at Toronto University & throws new light on Scott's financial affairs.
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Early Loves and Interests
Charlotte Carpenter and Marriage
Ballads Sir Tristrem and The Lay of the Last Minstrel
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