About this item
The most comprehensive account of Sir Walter Scott's journey to Malta in 1831 in search of health, and as a guest of the Royal Navy, a the height of his fame in Britain and Europe as a novelist, poet, historian and conversationalist.
His journey is set in a broad context of Mediterranean and Europe history and literature, which is designed to reveal his extraordinary erudition and wide-ranging interests as well as the deep hold of the romantic history of the Knights of St John upon his creative imagination.
Book is in fine condition, with just a couple scratches on the DW. Cloth board cover is in great condition as are the pages within.
- Sultana, Donald
- 8.5 x 5.5 inch
- Number of pages:
- Alan Sutton publishing limited. 1986
- The Journey of Sir Walter Scott to Malta
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