Walter Scott stories for teenagers

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet (August 15, 1771 – September 21, 1832) was an influential Scottish novelist, poet, and critic. Scott was among the first to draw upon history as source material for his fiction and is generally cited as the father of the historical novel. His novels of Scottish history, such as Waverley (1814) and Rob Roy (1818) awakened pride among Scots, while Ivanhoe (1820) was influential in renewing interest in the Middle Ages and medieval traditions of chivalry. Many of his works are classics of both English and, specifically, Scottish literature.

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Ivanhoe

Quentin Dorward

Rob Roy

Richard the Lionheart

Pirate

Perth Beauty, or Valentine's Day

Guy Mannering, or Astrologer

Mascot