Ivanhoe

References

  1. ^ Alice Chandler, "Sir Walter Scott and the Medieval Revival," Nineteenth-Century Fiction 19.4 (March 1965): 315–332.
  2. ^ Lukas 31–38
  3. ^ a b c Duncan, Joseph E. (March 1955). "The Anti-Romantic in "Ivanhoe"". Nineteenth-Century Fiction 9 (4): 293–300. doi:10.1525/ncl.1955.9.4.99p02537. JSTOR 3044394. 
  4. ^ a b Sroka, Kenneth M. (Autumn 1979). "The Function of Form: Ivanhoe as Romance.". Studies in English Literature (Rice) 19 (4): 645–661. JSTOR 450253. 
  5. ^ Nugent, Frank. "The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)" [review]. NYTimes.com/New York Times. 13 May 1939. http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review?res=EE05E7DF173FB72CA0494CC5B67994886896
  6. ^ "Ivanhoe", page 499. The Oxford Companion to English Literature, 1989
  7. ^ Linklater, Andro 'Freedom and Houghmagandie', reviewing two Burns biographies. The Spectator, 24 January 2009. Retrieved August 18, 2010
  8. ^ Critic Stuart Kelly, speaking at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, August 2010. The Guardian, Monday 16 August. Retrieved August 18, 2010
  9. ^ Kelly, Stuart Scott-land: The Man who Invented a Nation (2010), Polygon
  10. ^ SparkNotes Editors. (n.d.). SparkNote on Ivanhoe. Retrieved August 18, 2010.
  11. ^ Ivanhoe at epguides.com
  12. ^ Dailey, Jeff S. Sir Arthur Sullivan's Grand Opera Ivanhoe and Its Musical Precursors: Adaptations of Sir Walter Scott's Novel for the Stage, 1819–1891, (2008) Edwin Mellen Press ISBN 0-7734-5068-8

Works cited

  • Lukacs, Georg (1969). The Historical Novel. Penguin Books. 

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