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Tales of My Landlord

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Tales of My Landlord is composed by the following books; The Black Dwarf [1816] Old Mortality [1816] Illustrated The Heart of Midlothian [1818] Illustrated The Bride of Lammermoor [1819] A Legend of Montrose [1819] Count Robert of Paris [1832] Castle Dangerous [1832] Of these, The Heart of Midlothian and The Bride of Lammermoor have been the most successful, and Old Mortality is considered by modern critics to be among Scott's best work. The fourth were the least successful. They were so called, because they were supposed to be tales collected from the (fictional) landlord of the Wallace Inn at Gandercleugh, compiled by a "Peter Pattieson", and edited and sent to the publisher by Jedediah Cleishbotham. This is gone into in great depth in the introduction to The Black Dwarf. The first series was planned to comprise four volumes, each containing a separate novel, but Scott by his own admission botched The Black Dwarf, and Old Mortality came to be three volumes in its own... More > right.< Less
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ISBN
9781304163318
Edition
First Edition
Published
June 23, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
5.75 MB

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