9780748641291

The Edinburgh Companion to Sir Walter Scott

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  • ISBN13:

    9780748641291

  • ISBN10:

    0748641297

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-09-25
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

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Summary

This companion explores the full breadth of Scott's work, from his early lyrics and poetry, such as The Lay of the Last Minstreland The Lady of the Lake, to the Waverley Novels, and his journal and essays including "Chivalry and Romance." It also delves into Scott's reaction to contemporaries such as Dugald Stewart and Adam Ferguson and explores his experimentation, originality and relationship to Romanticism in order to better understand his permanent and unmistakable place in literary and popular culture. Contributors include Caroline McCracken, Flesher Alexander Dick, and Alison Lumsden.

Author Biography

Fiona Robertson is Horace Walpole Professor of English Literature at St Mary's University College. She has published several editorial and critical studies of Walter Scott as well as works on a range of eighteenth-and nineteenth-century British and American literature.

Table of Contents

Series Editors' Prefacep. vii
Brief Biography of Sir Walter Scottp. ix
List of Abbreviationsp. xi
Introductionp. 1
Scott's Authorship and Book Culturep. 9
Ballads and Bordersp. 22
The Narrative Poemsp. 35
Scott's Jacobitical Plotsp. 47
History and Historiographyp. 59
Scott's Worlds of Warp. 70
Scott and the Reformation of Religionp. 82
Romancing and Romanticismp. 93
Monarchy and the Middle-Period Novelsp. 106
Scott and Political Economyp. 118
Late Scottp. 130
Afterlivesp. 143
Endnotesp. 156
Further Readingp. 181
Notes on Contributorsp. 185
Indexp. 188
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