The Literature of Roguery - Vol. 2

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER VII

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Nineteenth-century fiction is discussed by Cross (op. cit.), by Tuckerman (op. cit.), in James Oliphant Victorian Novelists ( London, 1899), in Percy Russell scattering Guide to British and American Novels ( London, 1894), in Sidney Lanier The English Novel and the Principle of! its Development (N. Y., 1883), and in G. E. B. Saintsbury's History of Nineteenth Century Literature (N. Y., 1899).


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No study has been made of low-life in Scott, but his novels are considered in the biographies by Andrew Lang ( N. Y., 1906), by G. Le Grys Norgate ( London, 1906), by W. H. Hudson ( London, 1901), by C. D. Yonge ( Great Writers, 1888), and by R. H. Hutton ( English Men of Letters, 1878); in J. G. Lockhart Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott ( 1837), in F. Jeffrey Essays, in Carlyle's Essays, in N. W. Senior's Essays on Fiction ( London, 1864), in W. Bagehot Literary Studies ( 1884, vol. ii), in Leslie Stephen Hours in a Library ( London, 1874, vol. i), and in A. A. Jack Essays On the Novel as Illustrated by Scott and Miss Austen ( London and N. Y., 1897). Special phases of Scott's fiction are examined in Walter Freye Influence of Gothic Literature on Sir Walter Scott ( Rostock, 1902), in Kurt Gaebel Beitrage cur Technik der Erzählung in der Romane Walter Scotts ( Marburg, 1901), in Albert Siebert's Untersuchungen zu Walter Scotts Waverley (Jena, 1902), and in Martin Sebüler Quellenforschungen zu Scotts Roman Rob Roy ( Leipzig, 1901). The Border Edition of the Waverley Novels ( London, 1894) contains valuable introductory essays and notes by Andrew Lang.


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Trelawny Adventures of a Younger Son is edited with a memoir by Edward Garnett ( Adventure Series, 1890). It appeared in a New York edition ( 1834, 2 vols.), in Bentley Standard Novels ( 1835), in German

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