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Scott, Walter (Sir)

  • Literature (fictional prose/drama)Literature (poetry/verse)Text editionsEnglishScottish
  • Author:
    Rigney, Ann
  • Title:
    Scott, Sir Walter
  • Notes:

    A visualization of Walter Scott’s correspondence network is online at ERNiE under the “Letters” tab; or click here.

    Word Count: 19

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  • Duncan, Ian (1992). Modern romance and transformations of the novel: The Gothic, Scott, Dickens (Cambridge: Cambridge UP)

    Ferris, Ina (1991). The achievement of literary authority: Gender, history, and the Waverley Novels (Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP)

    Grierson, H.J.C. (ed.) (1932-37). The letters of Sir Walter Scott (12 vols.; London: Constable)

    Johnson, Edgar (1970). Sir Walter Scott: The great unknown (2 vols.; London: Hamilton)

    Maxwell, Richard (2009). The historical novel in Europe, 1650-1950 (Cambridge, MA: Cambridge UP)

    Millgate, Jane. “Millgate union catalogue of Walter Scott correspondence”, National Library of Scotland, http://www.nls.uk/catalogues/resources/scott/index.cfm (28 Apr 2014)

    Pittock, Murray (ed.) (2007). The reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe (London: Continuum)

    Rigney, Ann (2012). The afterlives of Walter Scott: Memory on the move (Oxford: Oxford UP)

    Robertson, Fiona (ed.) (2012). The Edinburgh companion to Sir Walter Scott (n.pl.: Edinburgh UP)

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    © the author and SPIN. Cite as follows (or as adapted to your stylesheet of choice): Rigney, Ann, 2020. "Scott, Walter (Sir)", Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, ed. Joep Leerssen (electronic version; Amsterdam: Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalisms, https://ernie.uva.nl/), article version, last changed 16-07-2020, consulted 20-10-2020.