Sir Walter Scott's Rob Roy

Amazon. Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott (Wordsworth Classics)

Amazon. Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott (New American Library, movie tie-in edition)

Amazon. Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott. Introduction by Eric Anderson (Everyman's Library #210). Hardback.


I believe that all the etexts of Rob Roy were scanned and proofread by Anders Thulin in 1995 from the Centenary Edition of the Waverley Novels, published in 1870 by Adam & Charles Black, Edinburgh. The three versions online differ only in their typesetting.

EText: Rob Roy by Sir Waler Scott. Full text broken into chapters. Provided by homepage has some very nice bagpipe music). Rob Roy available in zipped format.

Web Archive: Another etext from Celtic Heart, a large and satisfying site.


"Between Traveler and Travelee: Scott's Scottish Wanderers" by Marie-Jose Tienhooven. Abstract of 1997 conference talk.

"Sir Walter Scott's Familial History in Rob Roy" by Jody Kilpatrick, a student essay from 19th-Century BritLit Web.

Directions on writing a paper on Scott's and MGM's Rob Roys from Charles Snodgrass's English 203-502 (Texas A&M).

About Sir Walter Scott

Web Archive: J. G. Lockhard's biography of Sir Walter Scott (1871) from University of Glasgow Scots Teaching And Research Network's Sir Walter Scott page.

Brief bio of Scott by Andrew Crumey.

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