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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)

(Scottish novelist, poet and scholar; st. law at Edinburgh U, bar 1792; m Margaret Charlotte Charpentier 1797; successful poet, printer with James Ballantyne; contributor to Edinburgh Review; built Abbotsford mansion; promoted Tory Quarterly Review; refused Laureateship 1813; pub. historical novels anonymously as "the author of Waverley" until 1827; baronet 1820; bankrupt with Ballantyne 1826; struggled to pay debts; world-wide influence on historical novelists and nationalist romance writers)



Works
Scott, Walter (Sir). The Chase, and William and Helen. Poems. Versions of the German poems of G. A. Bürger "Der wilde Jäger" and "Lenore". 1796.

_____. Goetz of Berlichtingen. Poem. From the German of Goethe. 1799.

_____. The Eve of St John. Poem. 1800.

_____. "The Fire-King." "Glenfilas." Stories. In Tales of Wonder. Ed. Matthew Gregory Lewis. 1801.

_____, trans. "The Wild Huntsman." Poem. By G. A. Bürger.

_____. "Fleetwood by William Godwin." Edinburgh Review 6 (1805). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 193-204.

_____. The Lay of the Last Minstrel. Poem. 1805.

_____. Ballads and Lyrical Pieces. 1806.

_____. "Life of Dryden." In The Works of John Dryden. 18 vols. 1808.

_____. "Lochinvar." Poem. 1808. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Gen. ed. M. H. Abrams with Stephen Greenblatt. Vol. 2. New York: Norton, 1999. 413-15.*

_____. Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field. Poem. 1808.

_____. "John de Lancaster by Richard Cumberland." Quarterly Review 1 (1809). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 214-24.

_____. "Fatal Revenge by Dennis Murphy [Maturin]." Quarterly Review 3 (1810). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 204-14.

_____. The Lady of the Lake. Poem. 1810.

_____. Biographical Memoir of John Leyden, M. D. Edinburgh Annual Register (1811).

_____. Introd. to The Castle of Otranto. By Horace Walpole. Edinburgh, 1811.

_____. Introd. to The Castle of Otranto. By Horace Walpole. Preface by C. Spurgeon. (King's Classics). London: Chatto, 1907.

_____. The Vision of Don Roderick. Poem. 1811.

_____. Rokeby. Poem. 1813.

_____. Rokeby: A Poem. 4th ed. Edinburgh: Ballantyne, 1813.

_____. The Bridal of Triermain, or The Valley of St. John. Poem. 1813.

_____. "The Eyrbiggia Saga." Illustrations of Northern Antiquities. 1814.

_____. Articles "Chivalry" and "Drama." Encyclopaedia Britannica. 1814.

_____ . "Life of J. Swift." In The Works of Jonathan Swift. 19 vols. 1814.

_____. Waverley, or 'Tis Sixty Years Since. Novel. 4 vols. Edinburgh: Ballantyne, 1814.

_____. Waverley. In Waverley Novels. Vol. I. Waverley Edinburgh: Cadell & Company, 1829.

_____. Waverley. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Waverley. Ed. Andrew Hook. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

_____. Waverley. Ed. Claire Lamont. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1981.

_____. Waverley. New York: Penguin, 1983.

_____. Waverley. Audiobook. Books Should Be Free

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_____. Waverley ó Hace sesenta años. Trans. Francisco Gutiérrez-Brito e Isidoro López Lapuya. 1910.

_____. Waverley ó Hace sesenta años. Trans. Francisco Gutiérrez-Brito e Isidoro López Lapuya Introd. Joé Enrique García González. (Biblioteca de Traducciones Españolas). Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, Instituto Cervantes. 2008.



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_____. "Waverley de Walter Scott traducido por la Librería-Imprenta de Oliva (6 vols, 1836)." Ed. José Enrique García González. (Archivo digitalizado y edición traductológica de textos literarios y ensayísticos traducidos al español, HUM2004-00721FILO). Universidad de Málaga. 2007.



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_____. "On Contemporary Fiction." Introd. to Waverley. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 431-5.

_____. "Historical Sketches." Edinburgh Annual Register. (1814-15).

_____. Guy Mannering, or, The Astrologer. Novel. 1815.

_____. Guy Mannering. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Lord of the Isles. Poem. 1815.

_____. The Field of Waterloo. Poem. 1815.

_____. "Emma " Quarterly Review 14 (1815-16). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968. 2254-37.*

_____. The Antiquary. Novel. 1816.

_____. The Antiquary. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Antiquary. Ed. W. M. Parker. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1966.

_____. "Jock of Hazeldean." Poem. 1816. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Gen. ed. M. H. Abrams with Stephen Greenblatt. Vol. 2. New York: Norton, 1999. 415.*

_____. Tales of My Landlord: First Series (The Black Dwarf and Old Mortality). Novels. 1816.

_____. Old Mortality. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1869.

_____. Old Mortality. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Old Mortality. Ed. W. M. Parker. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1968.

_____. Old Mortality. Ed. Peter Davidson and Jane Stevenson. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Old Mortality. Online at ebooks@Adelaide, 2008,



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_____. Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk. 1816.

_____. Harold the Dauntless. Poem. 1817.

_____. Lalla Rookh. Poem. 1817.

_____. Review of his Tales of My Landlord. 1817. In The Miscellaneous Prose Works. Edinburgh, 1835. Vol. 19.

_____. Review of Tales of My Landlord. (Scott). Quarterly Review 16 (1817). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 237-60.

_____. Rob Roy. Novel. 1817.

_____. Rob Roy. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Rob Roy. Introd. W. M. Parker. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1966.

_____. Rob Roy. London: Dent, 1986.

_____. Rob Roy. Ed. Ian Duncan. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998.

_____. Rob Roy. Trans. Hipólito García. Barcelona: Planeta, 1995.*

_____. "Proud Maisie." Poem. 1818. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Gen. ed. M. H. Abrams with Stephen Greenblatt. Vol. 2. New York: Norton, 1999. 415-16.*

_____. "Remarks on Frankenstein: Or, The Modern Prometheus." Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 2.12 (March 1818): 613-20.

_____. "Remarks on Frankenstein: Or, The Modern Prometheus." In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968. 260-73.*

_____ . Tales of My Landlord: Second Series (The Heart of Midlothian). Novel. 1818.

_____. The Heart of Midlothian. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Heart of Midlothian. 2 vols. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1893.

_____. The Heart of Midlothian. Ed. Claire Lamont. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. From The Heart of Mid-Lothian. Chapters III and IV. In The Arnold Anthology of British and Irish Literature in English. Ed. Robert Clark and Thomas Healy. London: Arnold, 1997. 768-80.*

_____. From The Heart of Midlothian. (Ch. 1). 1818. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Gen. ed. M. H. Abrams with Stephen Greenblatt. Vol. 2. New York: Norton, 1999. 402-13.*

_____. El corazón de Mid-Lothian. Ed. Román Alvarez. Trans. Fernando Toda. Madrid: Cátedra, 1988.

_____. "Women... [by Maturin]." Edinburgh Review 30 (1818). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 273-98.

_____. Provincial Antiquities of Scotland. 1819-26.

_____. Regalia of Scotland. 1819.

_____. Tales of My Landlord: Third Series. (The Bride of Lammermoor and A Legend of Montrose). Novels. 1819.

_____. The Bride of Lammermoor. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1886.

_____. (Sir Walter Scott, Bart.). The Bride of Lammermoor. London and Glasgow: Collins Clear-Type Press, n.d. [1920s?].*

_____. The Bride of Lammermoor. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Bride of Lammermoor. Ed. Fiona Robertson. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1991.

_____. The Legend of Montrose. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Ivanhoe, a Romance. 1819.

_____. Ivanhoe. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Ivanhoe. (Everyman). London: Dent, 1955.

_____. Ivanhoe. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

_____. Ivanhoe. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Ivanhoe. Ed. Ian Duncan. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Ivanhoe. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1994.

_____. Ivanhoe. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. Ivanhoe. Children's adaptation by Robin .S. Wright. Illust. Christopher Bradbury. Trans. Pedro Peñalver. Madrid: Altea, 1980. Rpt. Altea, Taurus, Alfaguara, 1987.*

_____. Ivanhoe ó el cruzado. Barceloan; A. Bergnes de las Casas, 1933.

_____. Ivanhoe. Trans. Hipólito García. Barcelona: Planeta, 1991.

_____. "The Historical Novel." Dedicatory Epistle to Ivanhoe. 1817. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 435-9.

_____. The Monastery, A Romance. 1820.

_____. The Monastery. The Waverley Novels. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1869.

_____. The Monastery. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Abbot. Novel. 1820.

_____. The Abbot. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Account of the Coronation of George IV. 1821.

_____. Kenilworth: A Romance. 1821.

_____. Kenilworth. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson, c. 1930.

_____. The Pirate. Novel. 1821.

_____. The Pirate. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. "Prefatory Memoir" to The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, by Tobias Smollett. London: Ballantyne, 1821. Excerpt in Humphry Clinker. Ed. James L. Thorson. New York: Norton, 1983. 335-38.*

_____. "Samuel Richardson." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 1-45.*

_____. "Tobias Smollett." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 71-118.*

_____. "Oliver Goldsmith." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 144-61.*

_____. "Clara Reeve." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 204-11.*

_____. "Alain Rene Le Sage." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 245-68.*

_____. "Robert Bage." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 276-91.*

_____. "Henry Mackenzie." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 291-303.*

_____. "Charlotte Smith." In Scott, The Lives of the Novelists. London: Dent, n. d. 303-35.*

_____. "Miss Austen's Novels." 1821. In The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Bart. Vol. 18. London: Whittaker & Co., 1835.

_____. Lives of Eminent Novelists. Prefaces to Ballantyne's Novelists Library (1821-24). Collected by Galignani in 1825.

_____. Lives of Eminent Novelists and Dramatists. London: Frederick Warne, 1887.

_____. The Lives of the Novelists. Introd. George Saintsbury. (Everyman). London: Dent, 1910.*

_____. Lives of the Novelists. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968. 15-190.

_____. Halidon Hill. Dramatic Sketch. 1822.

_____. The Fortunes of Nigel. Novel. 1822.

_____. The Fortunes of Nigel. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. "Under Interrogation." (Self-interview). Introd. to The Fortunes of Nigel. 1822. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 453-61.

_____. Peveril of the Peak. Novel. 1822.

_____. Peveril of the Peak. 3 vols. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1893.

_____. Peveril of the Peak. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1869.

_____. Quentin Durward. Novel. 1823.

_____. Quentin Durward. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Quentin Durward. Ed. Susan Manning. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Quintín Durward ó el escocés en la corte de Luis XI. Barcelona: A. Bergnes, 1834.

_____. Quintín Durward. Adapt. Lucila Cabrejas. (Colección Historias * Selección). Barcelona: Editorial Bruguera, 1967.*

_____. "Character of the Late Lord Byron." The Pamphleteer 24 (1824).

_____. "An Essay on Romance." Encyclopaedia Britannica supplement 1824. Rpt. in The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Vol. 4. Paris: Baudry's Eurpean Library, 1837.

_____. St. Ronan's Well. Novel. 1824.*

_____. St. Ronan's Well. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. "The Most Legitimate Plan." Introd. to St. Ronan's Well, 1832. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 428-30.

_____. Redgauntlet, A Tale of the Eighteenth Century. Novel. 1824. Ed. Katryn Sutherland. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Redgauntlet. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Redgauntlet. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Tales of the Crusaders (The Betrothed and The Talisman). 1825.

_____. The Betrothed. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Talisman. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Thoughts on the Proposed Change of Currency from Malachi Malagrowther. 1826.

_____. "The Omen by John Galt." Blackwood's Magazine 20 (1826).

_____."The Omen" In The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Bart. London: Whittaker & Co., 1835) (

_____. "The Omen by John Galt." Blackwood's Magazine 20 (1826). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968. 298-312.

_____. Woodstock; or, The Cavalier. Novel. 1826.

_____. Woodstock or The Cavalier: A Tale of the Year Sixteen Hundred and Fifty-One. London: Nelson, n. d.*

_____. Woodstock, or The Cavalier. Online at Project Gutenberg.*



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_____. "Character of Frederick, Duke of York." In An Account of the Death of Frederick, Duke of York. By J. Sykes. 1827.

_____ . Chronicles of the Canongate: First Series. (The Highland Widow, The Two Drovers and The Surgeon's Daughter). Novels. 1827.

_____. Chronicles of the Canongate. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. "Authorship [Introduction to Chronicles of the Canongate." 1827. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 409-27.

_____. Life of Napoleon Buonaparte. Biography. 9 vols. 1827.

_____."On the Supernatural in Fictitious Composition, and Particularly on the Work of Ernest Theodore William Hoffmann." Foreign Quarterly Review 1 (1827).

_____. "Novels of Ernest Theodore Hoffmann." 1827. In The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Bart. Vol. 18. London: Whitaker & Co., 1835.

_____."On the Supernatural in Fictitious Composition, and Particularly on the Work of Ernest Theodore William Hoffmann." In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968. 312-54.*

_____. The Tales of a Grandfather. 1827-30.

_____. My Aunt Margaret's Mirror, The Tapestried Chamber, and The Laird's Jock (in The Keepsake). 1828.

_____. "The Tapestried Chamber." In Great English Short Stories. Ed. Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. London: Harrap, 1931. 70-82.*

_____. Religious Discourses, by a Layman. 1828.

_____. "The Adventures of Hajji Baba . . .; The Kuzzilbash [by James Morier and James Baillie Frazer]." Quarterly Review 39 (1829). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 354-78.

_____. Chronicles of the Canongate: Second Series (St. Valentine's Day; or, The Fair Maid of Perth). Novel. 1828.

_____. The Fair Maid of Perth. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1871.

_____. The Fair Maid of Perth. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. Anne of Geierstein; or, The Maiden of the Mist. Novel. 1829.

_____. Anne of Geirstein. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1869.

_____. "General Preface." In Waverley Novels. Vol. I. Waverley Edinburgh: Cadell & Company, 1829.

_____. Waverley Novels. Vol. I. Waverley Edinburgh: Cadell & Company, 1829.

_____. The Waverley Novels. 25 vols. London, 1879.

_____. Waverley Novels. 32 vols. (Handy Volume Edition). Bradbury, n.d.

_____. The Waverley Novels. 25 vols. London: Black, 1892-4.

_____. The Waverley Novels. London: Nimmo, 1892-4.

_____. "History of Scotland." Cabinet Cyclopaedia. 1829-30.

_____. Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, Addressed to J. G. Lockhart, Esq. 1830. 2nd ed. London, 1831.

_____. "Methods of Construction." Introd. to The Monastery. 1830. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 439-46.

_____. "The Pilgrim's Progress [ed. Robert Southey]." Quarterly Review 43 (1830). In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 379-408.

_____. The Doom of Devoirgoil. Melodrama. 1830.

_____. Auchindrane, or, The Ayrshire Tragedy. Drama. 1830.

_____. Tales of a Grandfather. 3rd Series. Edinburgh, 1830.

_____. "On Popularity." Introd. to The Abbot. 1831. In Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. 447-52.

_____. Tales of My Landlord: Fourth Series (Count Robert of Paris and Castle Dangerous). Novels. 1832.

_____. The Miscellaneous Prose Works. 28 vols. Edinburgh, 1834-6.

_____. The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Bart. Vol. 18. London: Whittaker & Co., 1835.

_____. The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott. Vol. 4. Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1837.

_____. The Waverley Novels. 12 vols. Edinburgh, 1844.

_____. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott. Ed. J. G. Lockhart.

_____. Essays on Chivalry, Romance, and the Drama. 1868.

_____. Malchi Malgrowther Letters.

_____. Journal. Ed. D. Douglas. 2 vols. 1890.

_____. Sir Walter Scott's Poetical Works. Introd. Francis Turner Palgrave. (Globe Library). London: Macmillan, 187-?

_____. Journal. 1890.

_____. Novels. 25 vols. London: Dent, 1906-.

_____. Novels. 24 vols. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1914-.

_____. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott. Ed. J. Logie Robertson. London: Oxford UP, 1931.

_____. New Love Poems by Sir Walter Scott. Ed. D. Cook. 1932.

_____. The Letters of Sir Walter Scott. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson. 12 vols. London: Constable, 1932-7.

_____. The Correspondence of Sir Walter Scott and Charles Robert Maturin. Ed. Fannie E. Ratchford and William H. McCarthy. Austin (TX), 1937.

_____. Journal (1825-1832). Ed. J. G. Tait and W. M. Parker. 1939-46. Rev. ed. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1950.

_____. Journal. 2 vols. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. The Journal of Sir Walter Scott. Vol. 1. New York: Burt Franklin, 1970.

_____. Sir Walter Scott on Novelists and Fiction. Ed. Ioan Williams. London: Routledge, 1968.

_____. Selected Poems. Ed. T. Crawford. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____, ed. The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. 1802-3. 4 vols. Ed. T. F. Henderson. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1968.

_____, ed. The Works of John Dryden. With a Life. 18 vols. London, 1808. Rev. George Saintsbury. Edinburgh, 1882-93.

_____, ed. Memoirs of Captain George Carleton. 1808. (Now attr. to Defoe; published as Carleton's by Scott).

_____, ed. Tracts. By Somers. 13 vols. 1809-15.

_____, ed. The Secret History of the Court of James the First. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1811.

_____, ed.The Works . . . [of Jonathan Swift] containing additional Letters, Tracts, Poems, not hitherto published; with Notes and a Life by Sir Walter Scott. 19 vols. Edinburgh, 1814. 1834.

_____, ed. The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D.. Vol XII. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1824. 302-5.

_____, ed. Poems. By Patrick Carey. 1819.

_____, ed. Memoirs of the Life of Count de Grammont. By Anthony Hamilton. (Bohn Library), 1846.

_____, ed. Essays. By John Dryden. Edinburgh, 1882.

Scott. From "Lockhart's Life of Scott." 1837. In Oroonoko: An Authoritative Text / Historical Backgrounds / Criticism. Ed. Joanna Lipking. (Northwestern U). (Norton Critical Editions). New York: Norton, 1997. 194.*


Biography
Buchan, John. Sir Walter Scott. London: Cassell, 1932.

Daiches, David. Sir Walter Scott and His World. New York: Viking, 1961.

Devlin, D. D. The Author of Waverley. London: Macmillan, 1971.

García Landa, José Ángel. "Sir Walter Scott (From Andrew Sanders, Short Oxford History of English Literature, and Louis Cazamian, A History of English Literature)." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 10 Nov. 2012.*

Gell, William (Sir). Reminiscences of Sir Walter Scott's Residence in Italy, 1832. Ed. James C. Corson. 1957.

Grierson, Herbert (Sir). Sir Walter Scott, Bart. London: Constable, 1938.

Hogg, James. Familiar Anecdotes of Sir Walter Scott. 1834.

_____. Domestic Manners and Private Life of Sir Walter Scott. 1834. 3rd ed. 1909.

Johnson, Edgar. Sir Walter Scott: The Great Unknown. 2 vols. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1970.

Keith, C. Author of Waverley: Sir Walter Scott. 1964.

Lang, Andrew. Sir Walter Scott. London: Hodder, 1906.

Lockhart, John Gibson. Memoirs of the Life of Scott. 10 vols. Edinburgh: Cadell, 1837-38.

_____. The Life of Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Black, 1853.

_____. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Abridged ed. London: Dent, 1906.

?_____. Reminiscences of Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Black, 1871.

Pearson, Hesketh. Walter Scott: His Life and Personality. 1954.

Pope-Hennessy, Una (Dame). The Laird of Abbotsford. 1932.

Saintsbury, George. Sir Walter Scott. 1897.

Sutherland, John. The Life of Walter Scott: A Critical Biography. 1995.

Wilson, A. N. The Laird of Abbotsford: A View of Sir Walter Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1980.



Criticism
A Letter, Containing Some Remarks on the Tendency and Influence of the Waverley Novels on Society, from a Clergyman of the Church of England to a Younger Brother. London, 1832.

Baker, E. A. History of the English Novel. 1935.

Bell, Alan, ed. Scott Bicentenary Essays. London: Scottish Academic Press, 1973.

Biggins, D. "Measure for Measure and The Heart of Midlothian." Etudes Anglaises 14 (1961): 193-205.

Blamires, Harry. "Scott and Contemporary Novelists." In Blamires, A Short History of English Literature. 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 1989. 255-69.*

Bold, Alan. "Which Is Scott's Scott?" TLS 24 Sept. 1993: 6.

_____, ed. Sir Walter Scott: The Long-Forgotten Melody. London: Vision; Totowa: Barnes, 1983.*

Bujak, Nick. "Form and Generic Interrelation in the Romantic Period: Walter Scott's Poetic Influence on Jane Austen." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 45-67.*

Butler, R. F. "Maria Edgeworth and Sir Walter Scott: Unpublished Letters, 1823." Review of English Studies n. s. 9 (1958).

Butterfield, Herbert. The Historical Novel. Cambridge, 1924.

Cabo Pérez, Gemma de. "D. P. H. B., traductor de Walter Scott." In AEDEAN: Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference (León, 16-18 de diciembre, 1999). CD-ROM. León: AEDEAN, 2003.* (Pedro Higinio Barinaga).

Calder, Angus, and Jenni Calder. Scott. London: Evans, 1969.

Canning A. S. G. History in Scott's Novels. 1905.

Carlyle, Thomas. "Sir Walter Scott." In Carlyle, Critical and Miscellaneous Essays. London: Chapman and Hall, 1899. Vol. 4.

Cockshut, A. O. J. The Achievement of Sir Walter Scott. New York: New York UP, 1969.

Craig, David. "The Heart of Midlothian: Its Religious Basis." Essays in Criticism 8 (1958): 217-25.

_____. Scottish Literature and the Scottish People, 1680-1830. London: Chatto, 1961.

Crawford, Thomas. Scott. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1965.

Cruttwell, Patrick. "Walter Scott." In From Blake to Byron. Ed. Boris Ford. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982. 128-38.*

Cusac, Marian H. Narrative Structure in the Novels of Sir Walter Scott. The Hague: Mouton, 1969.

Daiches, David. Literary Essays. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1967.

_____. Introd. to The Heart of Midlothian. New York: Reinehardt, 1969.

Davie, Donald. "The Poetry of Sir Walter Scott." Proceedings of the British Academy 47 (1961).

_____. The Heyday of Sir Walter Scott. London: Routledge, 1961.

Davies, Rick A. "The Demon Lover Motif in The Heart of Midlothian." Studies in Literature 16 (1891): 91-6.

Dekker, George. "Sir Walter Scott, the Angel of Hadley, and American Historical Fiction." Journal of American Studies 17.2 (1983): 211-27.

Dennis, Ian. Nationalism and Desire in Early Historical Fiction. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1997.

Dickens, Charles. "Scott y sus editores." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 768-80.*

Dowling, David, ed. "Sir Walter Scott." In Dowling, Novelists on Novelists. London: Macmillan, 1983. 201-8.*

Duckworth, Alastair M. "Fiction and Some Uses of the Country House Setting from Richardson to Scott." In Landscape in the Gardens and the Literature of Eighteenth-Century England. Los Angeles: Clark Memorial Library, 1981. 89-128.

Duncan, Ian. Modern Romance and Transformations of the Novel: The Gothic, Scott, Dickens. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1992.

Eagleton, Terry. "Walter Scott and Jane Austen." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 94-123.*

Edgecombe, R. S. "Two Female Saviours in Nineteenth-Century Fiction: Jeanie Deans and Mary Barton." English Studies 77.1 (January 1996): 45-58.*

Edwards, Owen Dudley. "Scott as Contemporary Historian." In Sir Walter Scott: The Long-Forgotten Melody. Ed. Alan Bold. London: Vision; Totowa: Barnes, 1983. 65-90.*

Elam, Diane. "Delayed in the Post: Walter Scott and the Progress of Romance." In Elam, Romancing the Postmodern. London: Routledge, 1992. 51-79.

_____. "Heroines and Hero Worship: Walter Scott's Uncertain Women and George Eliot's Uncertain Romance." In Elam, Romancing the Postmodern. 102-40.

Eliot, George (Mary Ann Evans). "Who Wrote the Waverley Novels?" Leader 7 (19 April 1856): 375-6.

Ferris, Ina. "The Historical Novel and The Problem of Beginnning; the Model of Scott." The Journal of Narrative Technique 18.1 (1988): 73-82.*

_____. The Achievement of Literary Authority: Gender, History, and the Waverley Novels. 1991.

Fleishman, Avon. The English Historical Novel: Walter Scott to Virginia Woolf. Baltimore, 1971.

Forbes, Duncan. "The Rationalism of Sir Walter Scott." Cambridge Journal (October 1953): 20-36.

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Giddings, Robert. "Scott and Opera." In Sir Walter Scott: The Long-Forgotten Melody. Ed. Alan Bold. London: Vision; Totowa: Barnes, 1983. 194-218.*

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_____, ed. Sir Walter Scott To-Day. 1932.

Hart, Francis R. Scott's Novels: The Plotting of Historical Survival. Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 1966.

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Hartveit, Lars. "'Silent Intercourse'. The Impact of 18th-Century Conceptual Heritage in The Antiquary and St. Ronan's Well." English Studies 77.1 (January 1996): 32-44.*

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Hugo, Victor. Rev. of Quentin Durward. By Walter Scott. French trans., 1823.

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Humphrey, Richard. Scott: Waverley. (Landmarks of World Literature). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.

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Jack, Ian. Sir Walter Scott. London: Longmans, 1958.

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Ker, W. P. "Sir Walter Scott's Scotland." In Ker, Collected Essays. London: Macmillan, 1925. 1.180-97.*

_____. "Sir Walter Scott." 1919. In Ker, Collected Essays 1.161-79.*

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Kerr, James. Fiction against History: Scott as Storyteller. Cambridge: Cambridge UP ,1989.

Kettle, Arnold. "Scott: The Heart of Midlothian." In An Introduction to the English Novel. 1. London: Hutchinson, 1974.*

Lamont, Claire. "Waverley and the Battle of Culloden." In History and the Novel. Ed. Angus Easson. Cambridge: Brewer, 1991. 14-26.*

Lukács, Georg. Der historische Roman. 1937. In Werke vol. 6.

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_____. The Historical Novel. Boston: Beacon Press, 1963.

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_____. The Historical Novel. Trans. Hannah and Stanley Mitchell. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1983.

_____. La novela histórica. Trans. M. Sacristán. Barcelona: Grijalbo, 1976.

Martínez García, Montserrat. "Bridging Cultures and Languages: Towards the Creation of a Hybrid Identity in Walter Scott's Waverley." In AEDEAN XXX: Proceedings of the 30th International AEDEAN Conference. [Huelva, 2006]. Ed. María Losada Friend et al. Huelva: U de Huelva, 2007.*

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McCracken-Flesher, Caroline. "Thinking Nationally, Writing Colonially? Scott, Stevenson, and England." Novel 24.3: 296-318.*

Millgate, Jane. Walter Scott: The Making of the Novelist. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 1984.

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Muir, Edwin. Scott and Scotland. London: Routledge, 1936.

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Robertson, Fiona. Legitimate Histories: Scott, Gothic, and the Authorities of Fiction. Oxford: Clarendon, 1994.*

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_____. The Edinburgh Companion to Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2012.

Ruskin, John. Modern Painters III. (Scott). Select. in The Literary Criticism of John Ruskin. New York: Doubleday, 1965. 110-20.

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_____. "A Scots-Speaking Heroine: Jeanie Deans Meets the Queen in Walter Scott's The Heart of Midlothian." In Héroe y antihéroe en la literatura inglesa. Madrid: Alhambra, 1983.

_____. "Archaisms and Scotticisms: Language and Historical Point of View in Rob Roy." Anglo-American Studies 5 (1985): 23-34.

Train. The Scott Originals. 1932.

Trevor-Roper, Hugh. "Sir Walter Scott and History." Listener (19 August 1971): 225-32.

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Welsh, Alexander. The Hero of the Waverley Novels. New Haven: Yale UP, 1963.

Wilt, Judith. Secret Leaves: The Novels of Walter Scott. New Haven: Yale UP, 1985.

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Worth, Chris. "Ivanhoe and the Making of Britain." Links and Letters 2 (1995): 63-76.*

Anthologies

Poole, Adrian, ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume V: Scott, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy. (Great Shakespeareans, set II). London: Bloomsbury, 2011.*

Bibliography


Corson, J. C. A Bibliography of Sir Walter Scott: A Classified and Annotated List of Books and Articles Relating to His Life and Works, 1797-1940. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1943.

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2015


_____ "Mi bibliografía sobre Walter Scott." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 27 July 2015.*

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2015


_____. "Walter Scott." From A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. Online at Scribd (cesar) 2 Sept. 2015.*

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2015


Ruff, W. A Bibliography of the Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 1796-1832. 1938.

Films
Ivanhoe. With Robert Taylor. 1952.



The Talisman.

Internet resources


Scott. Selected poems. Electronic edition. 18th-century Studies Group, CMU. http://eserver.org/18th/
Walter Scott's Novels Available as e-Texts.*

http://www.walterscott.lib.ed.ac.uk/etexts/novels.html

2012


Music
Bizet, Georges. La Jolie Fille de Perth. Opera in 4 acts, libretto by Vernoy de Saint Georges and Adenis, based on Walter Scott. Original version ed. David Lloyd Jones. Editions Choudens.

_____. La Jolie Fille de Perth. (Ed. D. Lloyd Jones). June Anderson, Alfredo Kraus, Gino Quilico, José Van Dam, Margarita Zimmermann, Gabriel Bacquier, Daniel Ottewaere, Philippe Duminy, Christian Jean. Chœur de Radio France. Nouvel Orchestre Philarmonique / Georges Prêtre. Prod. 1985. EMI Pathé Marconi, 1985.

_____. La Jolie fille de Perth. Opera in 4 acts, libretto by Vernoy de Saint Georges and Adenis, based on Walter Scott. Original version ed. David Lloyd Jones. Editions Choudens. June Anderson, Alfredo Kraus, Gino Quilico, José Van Dam, Margarita Zimmermann, Gabriel Bacquier, Daniel Ottewaere, Philippe Duminy, Christian Jean. Chœur de Radio France. Nouvel Orchestre Philarmonique / Georges Prêtre. Prod. 1985. 2 Cds. EMI Music France-EMI Classics, 2009.*

_____. The Fair Maid of Perth. Gwen Catley, Lorely Dyer, Richard Lewis, Trefor Jones, Norman Walker, Owen Brannigan. BBC Theatre Chorus / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Thomas Beecham. Live performance 1949. Beulah.

Donizetti, Gaetano. Il castello di Kenilworth. Opera. Premiere at Naples.

_____. Lucia di Lammermoor: Drama en tres actos de Salvatore Cammarano (26-6-1957). Maria Callas, Rolando Panerai, Eugenio Fernandi, Dino Formichini, Giuseppe Modesti, Elvira Galassi, Valiano Natali. Orchestra and Chorus of RAI, Rome / Tulio Serafin. 2 CDs. (Maria Callas). Barcelona: DiVa/RBA, 2000.*

_____. Lucia di Lammermoor. Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, Sherrill Milnes, Nicolai Ghiaurov. Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden / Richard Bonynge. Prod. Decca, 1972. 3 CDs. London: Decca, 1985.*

_____. Lucia di Lammermoor (Arias and Scenes). Sutherland, Cioni, Merrill, Siepi, Macdonald, Pelizzoni, Satre. Orchestra e coro dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma / Sir John Pritchard. Prod. Decca, 1961. CD. Madrid: Decca / Club Internacional del Libro, 1999.*

Nicolai, Otto. The Templar. Opera. Based on Scott's Ivanhoe. Premiere at the Teatro Regio, Turin, 1840.

Rossini, Gioacchino. La Donna del lago. Opera, based on Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake. Premiere 1819.

Schubert, Franz. "Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III)," D 839. Text by Walter Scott, trans. Adam Storck.

_____. "Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III)," D 839. Geoffrey Parsons, piano. Prod. 1967. In Christa Ludwig, El pastor en la roca. CD. Barcelona: EMI Odeón / Altaya, 1998.*

Watson, J. R. Romanticism and War: A Study of British Romantic Period Writers and the Napoleonic Wars. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. (Scott, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, Byron…).

Related works

Brewster, David (Sir). Letters on Natural Magic, Addressed to Sir Walter Scott. 1832.

Irving, Washington. Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey. Vol. 3 of The Crayon Miscellany. 1835.



Ivanhoe. (c. 12 stage versions, 19th. C.)

Ivanhoe. Drama. Staged by Andrew Ducrow.

Planché, James R. Kenilworth Castle. 1820.


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