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THE LADY OF THE LAKE BY SIR WALTER SCOTT EDITED FOR SCHOOL USE BY WILLIAM VAUGHN MOODY SOMETIME ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO THE SCENE OF THE LADY OF THE LAKE I. LIFE OF SCOTT I Walter Scott was born in Edinburgh, August 15, 1771, of an ancient Scotch clan numbering in its time many a hard rider and good fighter, and more than one of these petty chieftains, half-shepherd and half-robber, who made good the winter inroads into their stock of beeves by spring forays and ...
Keywords: Lady of the Lake (Legendary character) -- Poetry
Year of publication: 2006
KENILWORTH. by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. INTRODUCTION A certain degree of success, real or supposed, in the delineation of Queen Mary, naturally induced the author to attempt something similar respecting her sister and her foe, the celebrated Elizabeth. He will not, however, pretend to have approached the task with the same feelings for the candid Robertson himself confesses having felt the prejudices with which a Scottishman is tempted to regard the subject and what so liberal a historian avows, ...
Keywords: 1532?-1560 -- Fiction 1532?-1588 -- Fiction 1558-1603 -- Fiction Amy Robsart Dudley Earl of England) -- Fiction Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth Historical fiction Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth Lady Leicester Robert Dudley