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Briggs, Julia, Night Visitors: The Rise and Fall of the English Ghost Story, London: Faber, 1977.

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Daiches, David, "Scott's Redgauntlet," in From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad, edited by Robert C. Rathburn and Marin

Steinmann, Jr., Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1958, pp. 46-59.

Doubleday, Neal Frank, Variety of Attempt: British and American Fiction in the Early Nineteenth Century, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1976.

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Lovecraft, H. P., Supernatural Horror in Literature, New York: Abramson, 1945.

Parker, W. M., Preface to the Everyman edition of Redgauntlet by Sir Walter Scott, London: Dent, 1958.

Parsons, Coleman O., Witchcraft and Demonology in Scott's Fiction, Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1964.

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