History Creator / WalterScott

7th Feb '16 2:03:59 PM nombretomado
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* TheCrusades: ''Ivanhoe,'' ''The Talisman,'' and ''Count Robert of Paris.''
7th Dec '15 10:42:04 PM addiemacgruer
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* WorthyOpponent: One of his calling cards was to have decent people of divering races and religions and even on the opposite sides of a war.

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* WorthyOpponent: One of his calling cards was to have decent people of divering differing races and religions and even on the opposite sides of a war.
11th Feb '15 8:25:46 PM Scabbard
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* DirectLineToTheAuthor: nearly all of the novels are supposedly "written" or "edited" by somebody other than Scott, with Scott the recipient of (and literary agent for) the results. The best-known of these editorial personae are Jedediah Cleishbotham, Captain Clutterbuck, Chrystal Croftangry, and Peter Pattieson.

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* DirectLineToTheAuthor: nearly Nearly all of the novels are supposedly "written" or "edited" by somebody other than Scott, with Scott the recipient of (and literary agent for) the results. The best-known of these editorial personae are Jedediah Cleishbotham, Captain Clutterbuck, Chrystal Croftangry, and Peter Pattieson.



** ''Old Mortality'': the Covenanters.

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** ''Old Mortality'': the The Covenanters.



* MySecretPregnancy: the aftermath of a concealed pregnancy drives the plot in ''The Heart of Midlothian.''

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* MySecretPregnancy: the The aftermath of a concealed pregnancy drives the plot in ''The Heart of Midlothian.''
2nd Feb '15 7:17:07 PM PaulA
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* DirectLineToTheAuthor: nearly all of the novels are supposedly "written" or "edited" by somebody other than Scott, with Scott the recipient of (and literary agent for) the results. The best-known of these editorial personae are Jedediah Cleishbotham, Captain Clutterbuck, Chrystal Croftangry, and Peter Pattieson.



* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: nearly all of the novels are supposedly "written" or "edited" by somebody other than Scott, with Scott the recipient of (and literary agent for) the results. The best-known of these editorial personae are Jedediah Cleishbotham, Captain Clutterbuck, Chrystal Croftangry, and Peter Pattieson.
2nd Feb '15 7:16:30 PM PaulA
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* MeaningfulName: Guess which country he made famous?
* MoneyDearBoy: the final novels, written as a last-ditch effort to get himself out of bankruptcy.



* PetTheDog: Once he heard a dog barking outside disturbing him when he was working hard on his writing to pay off oncoming debt. Instead of being annoyed, he commented, "I dare say he has his woes as I have mine."
2nd Feb '15 5:43:03 PM jastay3
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* MeaningfulName: Guess which country he made famous?


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* PetTheDog: Once he heard a dog barking outside disturbing him when he was working hard on his writing to pay off oncoming debt. Instead of being annoyed, he commented, "I dare say he has his woes as I have mine."
18th Nov '14 6:45:09 AM PaulA
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* UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland: ''The Abbot.''
18th Nov '14 5:45:50 AM Patachou
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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: ''The Heart of Midlothian'' and ''The Bride of Lammermoor.''
* TheVirginQueen: ''Kenilworth.''

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: ''The Heart of Midlothian'' and ''The Bride of Lammermoor.''
* TheVirginQueen: ''Kenilworth.
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18th Nov '14 3:10:47 AM Patachou
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** Mary, Queen of Scots in ''The Abbot.''
** Elizabeth I, Amy Robsart, and the Earl of Leicester in ''Kenilworth.''

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** Mary, Queen of Scots UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland in ''The Abbot.''
** Elizabeth I, UsefulNotes/ElizabethI, Amy Robsart, and the Earl of Leicester in ''Kenilworth.''



** RichardTheLionHeart in ''Ivanhoe''.

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** RichardTheLionHeart UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionHeart in ''Ivanhoe''.



* MaryOfScotland: ''The Abbot.''

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* MaryOfScotland: UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland: ''The Abbot.''
21st Jan '14 5:38:21 PM PaulA
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* LargeHam : Chesterton defended him from the charge that to many of his characters were {{Large Ham}}s by pointing out that that was what made them great characters.

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* LargeHam : LargeHam: Chesterton defended him from the charge that to many of his characters were {{Large Ham}}s by pointing out that that was what made them great characters.



* UsefulNotes/{{Roma|ni}}: Meg Merrilies in ''Guy Mannering.''
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