The Bride of Lammermoor

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

SIR WALTER SCOTT


The Bride of Lammermoor

Edited with an Introduction and Notes by
FIONA ROBERTSON

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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  • The Bride of Lammermoor i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Text xxx
  • Select Bibliography xli
  • Tales of My Landlord *
  • Introduction to the Bride of Lammermoor 1
  • Chapter I 12
  • Chapter II 26
  • Chapter III 36
  • Chapter IV 47
  • Chapter V 54
  • Chapter VI 69
  • Chapter VII 77
  • Chapter VIII 92
  • Chapter IX 104
  • Chapter X 118
  • Chapter XI 128
  • Chapter XII 135
  • Chapter XIII 147
  • Chapter XIV 154
  • Chapter XV 161
  • Chapter XVI 170
  • Chapter XVII 178
  • Chapter XVIII 184
  • Chapter XIX 196
  • Chapter XX 204
  • Chapter XXI 214
  • Chapter XXII 227
  • Chapter XXIII 244
  • Chapter XXIV 254
  • Chapter XXV 262
  • Chapter XXVI 274
  • Chapter XXVII 285
  • Chapter XXVIII 292
  • Chapter XXIX 296
  • Chapter. XXX 303
  • Chapter XXXI 310
  • Chapter XXXII 317
  • Chapter XXXIII 321
  • Chapter, XXXIV 330
  • Chapter XXXV 341
  • Scott's Notes 350
  • Appendix - The Bride of Lammermoor and Scottish History 357
  • Editor's Notes 363
  • Glossary 446
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