The Black Dwarf (1816),
Old Mortality (1816),
The Heart of Midlothian (1818),
The Bride of Lammermoor (1819),
A Legend of Montrose (1819),
Count Robert of Paris (1832), and
Castle Dangerous (1832).
I've just started to re-read this book, often said to be Scott's most significant novel. The Heart of Midlothian was the town prison of Edinburgh - Midlothian being the county in which Edinburgh stands. Any comments?
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