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作       者:Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912

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出版时间:2017-11-28

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Persons not much interested in, or cognisant of, “antiquarian old womanries,” as Sir Walter called them, may ask “what all the pother is about,” in this little tractate.? On my side it is “about” the veracity of Sir Walter Scott.? He has been suspected of helping to compose, and of issuing as a genuine antique, a ballad, Auld Maitland.? He also wrote about the ballad, as a thing obtained from recitation, to two friends and fellow-antiquaries.? If to Scott’s knowledge it was a modern imitation, Sir Walter deliberately lied.
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PREFACE

SCOTT AND THE BALLADS

AULD MAITLAND

OLD MAITLAND A VERY ANTIENT SONG

II WHAT IS AULD MAITLAND?

THE BALLAD OF OTTERBURNE

SCOTT’S TRADITIONAL COPY AND HOW HE EDITED IT

THE MYSTERY OF THE BALLAD OF JAMIE TELFER

I A RIDING SONG

II THE BALLAD IMPOSSIBLE

III COLONEL ELLIOT’S CHARGE AGAINST SIR WALTER SCOTT

IV WHO WAS THE FARMER IN THE DODHEAD IN 1580–1609?

V MORE IMPOSSIBILITIES IN THE BALLAD

VI IS THE SCOTT VERSION, WITH ELLIOTS AND SCOTTS TRANSPOSED, THE LATER VERSION?

VII SCOTT HAD A COPY OF THE BALLAD WHICH WAS NOT THE SHARPE COPY

Conclusion

KINMONT WILLIE

CONCLUSIONS

Imitations of Ballads

I—SIMMY O’ WHYTHAUGH

II—THE YOUNG RUTHVEN

III—THE DEAD MAN’S DANCE

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