Robertson, Fiona (2018) 'Allegories of the heart.', Studies in Scottish literature., 44 (2). pp. 133-141.
"Allegories of the Heart" uses allegory (or "telling otherwise") as a means of investigating Scott’s presence in literary works which do not specifically adapt or rework his texts, arguing that this is an underexplored area of imaginative and figurative engagement with Scott’s work. Key texts are The Heart of Mid-Lothian, The Monastery, and Hawthorne’s fictions "Earth’s Holocaust" and The Scarlet Letter.
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|Date deposited:||28 November 2019|
|Date of first online publication:||31 December 2018|
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