Ivanhoe

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IVANHOE

BY
SIR WALTER SCOTT

EDITED BY
FRANCIS HOVEY STODDARD, PH.D.
PROFESSOR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
IN NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

NEW YORK : CINCINNATI : CHICAGO
AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface by the General Editor v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Ivanhoe a Romance 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 13
  • Chapter III 27
  • Chapter IV 35
  • Chapter V 44
  • Chapter VI 54
  • Chapter VII 69
  • Chapter VIII 83
  • Chapter IX 95
  • Chaptebr X 106
  • Chapter XI 117
  • Chapter XII 126
  • Chapter XIII 138
  • Chapter XIV 148
  • Chapter XV 158
  • Chapter XVI 164
  • Chapter XVII 177
  • Chapter XVIII 183
  • Chapter XIX 192
  • Chapter XX 200
  • Chapter XXI 208
  • Chapter XXII 217
  • Chapter XXIII 227
  • Chapter XXIV 235
  • Chapter XXV 247
  • Chapter XXVI 256
  • Chapter XXVII 264
  • Chapter XXVIII 283
  • Chapter XXIX 297
  • Chapter XXX 309
  • Chapter XXXI 318
  • Chapter XXXII 334
  • Chapter XXXIII 348
  • Chapter XXXIV 362
  • Chapter XXXV 372
  • Chapter XXXVI 386
  • Chapter XXXVII 395
  • Chapter XXXVIII 409
  • Chapter XXXIX 419
  • Chapter XL 432
  • Chapter XLIII 475
  • Chapter XLIV 488
  • Notes 501
  • Bibliographical Note 551
  • An Introduction to the Study of American Literature 552
  • Important Text=Books in Rhetoric - By Adams Sherman Hill 553
  • A History of English Literature - By Reuben Post Halleck, M.a. (Yale) Price, $1.25 554
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