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Set in twelfth-century England during the reign of Richard I, Ivanhoe is Sir Walter Scott’s best known novel. Its depictions of witch trials, violent tournaments, sieges and ambushes make it a gripping read. The tense divisions between the Normans and the Saxons, the rich, the poor and the controversial figure of Robin Hood, and between King Richard and his untrustworthy brother are all explored in this brilliant account of the medieval era.
Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832) wrote many works that are today considered classics of English literature. His body of work is impressive, including non-fiction, plays, poems, novels and short stories, many of which were published to a good reception. His famous novels include Waverley (1814), Old Mortality (1816), Rob Roy (1817) and Ivanhoe (1819). One of his best-known poems is ‘The Lady of the Lake’ (1810).