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Waverley Stories 18,19,20.21 and 22 by Sir Walter Scott (1897)

£40.00

Product description

A set of five novels by the famous Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet Sir Walter Scott.

His works are considered classics and Included in this set are::

Woodstock: Dealing with the escape of Charles II in `1652 after the English Civil War

Betrothed :Set n the Welsh marches during the latter part of Henry II reign.The first of two tales as part to the Tales of the Crusaders

Talisman :This being the second of the Tales of Crusaders taking place in Palestine at the end of the third Crusade

Fair Maid of Perth : Inspired by historical true story of the Battle of North Inch set in Perth Scotland around 1400

Redgauntlet:The most autobiographical of Scott's novels which portrays the fictional third Jacobite uprising set in Dumfries Scotland in 1765

Attractive blue cover with gold pattern and lettering

Item details

Author(s):
Scott, Sir Walter
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
19.5cm x 123.5cm x 19cm
Edition:
Victoria edition 1897
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Adam and Charles Black

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About this item

A set of five novels by the famous Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet Sir Walter Scott.

His works are considered classics and Included in this set are::

Woodstock: Dealing with the escape of Charles II in `1652 after the English Civil War

Betrothed :Set n the Welsh marches during the latter part of Henry II reign.The first of two tales as part to the Tales of the Crusaders

Talisman :This being the second of the Tales of Crusaders taking place in Palestine at the end of the third Crusade

Fair Maid of Perth : Inspired by historical true story of the Battle of North Inch set in Perth Scotland around 1400

Redgauntlet:The most autobiographical of Scott's novels which portrays the fictional third Jacobite uprising set in Dumfries Scotland in 1765

Attractive blue cover with gold pattern and lettering

Author(s):
Scott, Sir Walter
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
19.5cm x 123.5cm x 19cm
Edition:
Victoria edition 1897
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Adam and Charles Black

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