Books by Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was a prolific Scottish novelist and one of the founders of the modern historical fiction genre.

Interviews where books by Walter Scott were recommended

Landmarks of Scottish Literature, recommended by James Robertson

Scottish culture is best understood as related to, but distinct from, that of Britain or England, says the acclaimed novelist James Robertson. Here, he selects five landmark works of Scottish literature, from Sir Walter Scott’s sweeping, panoramic social novels of the 18th century, through Robert Louis Stevenson’s Jekyll and Hyde, to Nan Shepherd’s beloved nature writing.

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