A Great Tradition Renewed

-
PRINT PAGE |

Literary feuds, like ideas, have consequences. After Sir Walter Scott read a disparaging review of his Marmion in the Edinburgh Review, the bard of the Borders decided that what British life needed above all was a journal that would give his works more respectful treatment and would provide a powerful antidote to the Whiggish and increasingly influential Edinburgh Review.

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE OR LOGIN WITH YOUR SUBSCRIPTION CREDENTIALS TO SEE THE FULL ARTICLE

Print

You have not viewed any products recently.