Definition of Scott, Sir Walter in English:

Scott, Sir Walter

Line breaks: Sir Wal¦ter Scott
Pronunciation: /skɒt
 
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( 1771–1832), Scottish novelist and poet. He established the form of the historical novel in Britain and was influential in his treatment of rural themes and use of regional speech. Notable novels: Waverley (1814), Ivanhoe (1819), and Kenilworth (1821).

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