I'd like to dedicate the Scott section of the Victorian Web to an inspiring teacher and Scott devotee, Professor Roger Bishop of the University of Victoria, for it was he that lured me into the study of the nineteenth-century novel and inspired me to read many of Scott's novels. — Philip V. Allingham
- Why Did The Victorians Love Sir Walter Scott's writings?
- Scott and the invention of the historical novel
- Sources, Influences, Confluences
- Sir Walter Scott's Edward Waverley and Charles Dickens's Nicholas Nickleby: Passive Heroes?
- Scott and Drama (including adaptations of his work)
Theme and context
- The Commercial Motif of the Waverley Novels
- Jewish-Christian Relations in Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe (1818)
- Sir Walter Scott's Influence on the Gothic Revival
- Scott and Book Illustration
- Scott's Works as Subject for Painting and Sculpture
- Scott's Influence on British Architecture — the Scottish Baronial Style
- Henry Seaver's Belfast Scottish Temperance Building
Bibliography and Related Web Resources
Last modified 6 July 2020