Edinburgh University Press is proud to announce all twenty-eight critically edited volumes of Sir Walter Scott's novels are now available for the first time to modern readers. These titles include: The Monastary, The Antiquary, The Bride of Lammermoor, The Pirate, Chronicles of the Canongate, The Heart of the Mid-Lothian, The Fortunes of Nigel, Count Robert of Paris, Redgauntless, Guy Mannering, Ivanhoe, The Fair Maid of Perth, The Abbott, Kenilworth, The Black Dwarf, Peveril of the Peak, and Rob Roy.
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David Hewitt is Regius Chalmers Professor of English Literature at the University of Aberdeen.Review:
"A passionately argued edition that refuses to shy away from the critical work that defines editing at its best. Corporately and individually, the editors have set and achieved demanding standards. Their minute scrutiny of textual states does not lie inert in synoptic apparatus, but is woven into cogent expositions of Scott's remarkable feats of composition. Shining steady light on the organic imagination at work within those mechanical relations, the Edinburgh Edition of the Waverley Novels vigorously rebuts Thomas Carlyle's verdict on the man who was a 'novel-manufactory'. Scott emerges once again as a writer of heroic stature."--Professor Kathyrn Sutherland, University of Oxford iThe Times Literary Supplementr
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