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Further Reading

Boatright, Mody C., "Scott's Theory and Practice Concerning the Use of the Supernatural in Prose Fiction in Relation to the Chronology of the Waverly Novels," in PMLA, Vol. 50, 1935, pp. 235-261.

In this book, Boatright explores Scott's inclusion of supernatural themes in his writings in general and in relation to the Waverly Novels.

Brown, David, Walter Scott and the Historical Imagination, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979.

A study of Scott's Waverley novels.

Cowan, Ian, The Scottish Covenanters, 1660-1688, London: Gollancz, 1976.

A study of the religious struggles in seventeenthcentury Scotland.

Daiches, David, "Scott's Redgauntlet," in From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad, edited by Robert C. Rathburn and Martin Steinmann, Jr., University of Minnesota Press, 1958.

Daiches' review of the great English writers provides an overview of notable figures and important literary movements.

Harris, Wendell V., British Short Fiction in the Nineteenth Century: A Literary and Bibliographic Guide, Wayne State University Press, 1979.

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