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John Galt (1779 – 1839) was born at Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland. Galt is considered an early master of the realistic novel. His Tales of the West novels, set in Galt’s native Ayrshire, influenced the writing of many of his contemporaries. Widely popular in his lifetime his works have now fallen into obscurity. Only recently, with the rebirth of Scottish nationalism, has Galt’s work received serious attention.
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