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Sir Walter Scott

An Index Placing the Short Poems in His Novels and in His Long Poems and Dramas

Edited by Allston Burr

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674594739

Publication Date: 01/01/1936

130 pages

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Allston Burr’s index will be most useful to that large number of Scott enthusiasts who have often wished for a quick guide to the numerous short poems imbedded in the novels and in the longer poems and dramas. The references are to the Cadell (1829-1833) edition of Scott’s Collected Works. The book is divided into five parts: titles of short poems, with first lines; short poems used as chapter headings or otherwise in the novels; short poems in the dramas; short poems in the long poems; and an index of all the short poems arranged alphabetically by first lines.

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