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Footnotes

1. Erich Brost: W.A.Z., p.1.
2. Irvine Welsh: Glue, p. 413.
3. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Stop Press CD-Rom.
4. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. xxii.
5. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 68.
6. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Stop Press CD-Rom.
7. Peter Rump: Schottland Handbuch, pp. 83.
8. E.M. Johnston-Liik: The Development of the Ulster-Scottish Connection, p. 31.
9. Richardson, Thomas C.: Reinventing Identity, p. 118.
10. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 706.
11. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 129.
12. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 27.
13. David Daiches: Sir Walter Scott and his world, p. 42.
14. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 16.
15. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 21.
16. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. xxii.
17. Miriam L. Wallace: Nationalism and the Scottish subject, pp. 44.
18. David Daiches: The Identity of Burns, p. 339.
19. David McCrone, Understanding Scotland, p. 184.
20. Internetsite: www.britannia.com
21. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 106.
22. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 31.
23. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 21
24. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, pp. 65.
25. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 16.
26. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 256.
27. Internetsite: www.britannia.com
28. Peter Rump: Schottland Handbuch, pp. 83.
29. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 198.
30. Irland Journal XI, 1.00, p. 33.
31. Alexander Welsh, The Hero of the Waverley Novels, p. 85.
32. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Stop Press CD-Rom.
33. Sir Walter Scott: Periodical Criticism, p. 2.
34. Alexander Welsh: The Hero of the Waverley Novels, p. 214.
35. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 27.
36. John DeLancey Ferguson, Pride and Passion, pp. 3.
37. Miriam L. Wallace: Nationalism and the Scottish subject, p. 46.
38. David McCrone: Understanding Scotland, p. 181.
39. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 154.
40. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 28.
41. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 116.
42. Miriam L. Wallace: Nationalism and the Scottish subject, p. 456.
43. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 620.
44. Karl-Heinz Hillmann: Wörterbuch der Soziologie, p. 350.
45. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 167.
46. Ina Ferris: The Achievements of Literary Authority, p. 105
47. Kurt Gammerschlag: Sir Walter Scott und die Waverley Novels, p. 41.
48. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 5.
49. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 3.
50. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p.66.
51. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 9.
52. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 13.
53. Gerd Stratmann, The Contextual Functions of Literature, p. 6.
54. Alexander Welsh, The Hero of the Waverley Novels, pp. 13.
55. Albert Siebert: Untersuchungen zu Walter Scotts Waverley, p. 64.
56. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 449.
57. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 312.
58. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 17.
59. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 200.
60. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 687.
61. Novel concerned with the intellectual or spiritual development of the main character
62. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 49.
63. Alan Bell: Scott Bicentenary Essays, p. 40.
64. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 14.
65. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 21.
66. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, pp. 21.
67. Gerald Le Grys Norgate: The Life of Sir Walter Scott, p. 12.
68. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 95.
69. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 100.
70. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 247.
71. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 706.
72. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 277.
73. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 695.
74. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 92.
75. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 694.
76. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 706.
77. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 94.
78. Henry Grey: A Key To The Waverley Novels, p. 97.
79. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 13.
80. Donald Davie: The Heyday of Sir Walter Scott, p. 30.
81. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 104.
82. Donald Davie: The Heyday of Sir Walter Scott, p. 36.
83. GEO SAISON- Schottland, p. 29
84. John A. Dussinger, The Discourse of the Mind in Eighteenth-century fiction, p. 176.
85. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 22.
86. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, pp. 293
87. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 68.
88. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 228.
89. T.M. Devine: Clanship to Crofters´ War, p. 86.
90. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 235.
91. T.M. Devine: Clanship to Crofters´ War, p. 85.
92. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 243.
93. Irland Journal XI, 2.00, p.56
94. John and Julia Keay: Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland, p. 851.
95. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 292.
96. Irland Journal XI, 2.00, p.56
97. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 685.
98. Stephan Bann: The Clothing of Clio, p. 101.
99. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 706.
100. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 69.
101. David Daiches: Scott´s Achievement as a Novelist, p. 30.
102. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 22.
103. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 92.
104. David Hewitt: Scott On Himself, p. 13.
105. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 298.
106. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 294.
107. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 99.
108. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 29.
109. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 238.
110. Albert Siebert: Untersuchungen zu Walter Scotts Waverley, p. 66.
111. Richardson, Thomas C.: Reinventing Identity, p. 120.
112. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, pp. 94.
113. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 26.
114. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 21.
115. Alexander Welsh, The Hero of the Waverley Novels, pp. 56.
116. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 26.
117. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 19.
118. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 5.
119. Alexander Welsh, The Hero of the Waverley Novels, p. 228.
120. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 25.
121. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 329.
122. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 27.
123. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 102.
124. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 18.
125. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 412.
126. Henry Grey: A Key To The Waverley Novels, p. 95.
127. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 73.
128. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 64.
129. Catherine Carswell, The Life of Robert Burns, p. 39.
130. Thomas Finlayson Henderson: Scottish Vernacular Literature, p. 431.
131. John and Julia Keay: Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland, p. 114.
132. Anthony Cook and others, Modern Scottish History, p. 265.
133. James Barke, Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, p. 7.
134. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 245.
135. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Stop Press CD-Rom.
136. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, pp. 155.
137. Peter Sager, Geschichte und Literatur, p. 33.
138. Sir Herbert Grierson a.o.: Sir Walter Scott Lectures 1940- 1948, p. 50.
139. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 30.
140. Carol McGuirk: Scottish Hero, Scottish Victim: Myths of Robert Burns, p. 221.
141. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 179.
142. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 47.
143. Werner Laurie, Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, p. 125
144. Here the term 'romantic' is used in the literal sense and does not stand in the context of 'Romanticism'
145. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 44.
146. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 254.
147. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 155.
148. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 29.
149. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 138.
150. Peter Rump, Schottland Handbuch, p. 33.
151. Karl-Heinz Hillmann: Wörterbuch der Soziologie, p. 412.
152. Carol McGuirk: Scottish Hero, Scottish Victim: Myths of Robert Burns, p. 219.
153. Leith Davis: Gender and the Nation in the Work of Robert Burns and Janet Little, p. 623.
154. James Kinsley: Burns Poems and Songs, p. 602.
155. James Kinsley: Burns Poems and Songs, p. 602.
156. John DeLancey Ferguson: Pride and Passion, p. 292.
157. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, pp. 279.
158. William Paterson, The Works of Robert Burns, p. 57.
159. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 49.
160. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, pp. 240.
161. Toma Babovic a.o.: Schottland, p. 36
162. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 216.
163. Peter Sager, Geschichte und Literatur, p. 87.
164. Toma Babovic a.o.: Schottland, p. 40.
165. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 143.
166. Dietrich Strauss: Burns- Literary Focus of Scottish National Identity?, p. 109.
167. Dietrich Strauss: Burns- Literary Focus of Scottish National Identity?, p. 108.
168. Irland Journal XI, 2.00, p.56.
169. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 37.
170. Henry Adam Grey, Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 397
171. Peter Rump, Schottland Handbuch, p. 89.
172. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 18.
173. Ibid., p. 19.
174. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 86.
175. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 3.
176. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 263.
177. Henry Adam Grey: Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 401.
178. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 122.
179. Ibid., p. 124.
180. Ibid, p. 273.
181. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 231
182. Henry Adam Grey: Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 412.
183. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 112.
184. Henry Adam Grey: Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 412.
185. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 233.
186. Catherine Carswell, The Life of Robert Burns, p. 397.
187. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 690.
188. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 222.
189. Miriam L. Wallace: Nationalism and the Scottish subject, p. 41.
190. Carol McGuirk: Scottish Hero, Scottish Victim: Myths of Robert Burns, p. 219
191. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 118.
192. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 221.
193. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 221.
194. Ibid., p. 75.
195. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 5.
196. Kurt Gammerschlag: Sir Walter Scott und die Waverley Novels, p. 84.
197. J. G. Lockhart: Narrative Of The Life Of Sir Walter Scott, p. 475.
198. Miriam L. Wallace: Nationalism and the Scottish subject, p. 43.
199. Kurt Gammerschlag: Sir Walter Scott und die Waverley Novels, p. 41.
200. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 563.
201. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 73.
202. David McCrone: Understanding Scotland, p. 194.
203. Leith Davis: Gender and the Nation in the Work of Robert Burns and Janet Little, p. 623.
204. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 76.
205. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 77.
206. Harry E. Shaw: The Forms of Historical Fiction, p. 237.
207. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 237.
208. David McCrone, Understanding Scotland, p. 176.
209. Ibid., p. 175.
210. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 150.
211. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 56.
212. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 162.
213. Ibid., p. 232.
214. Ibid. p. 235.
215. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 10.
216. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 192.
217. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 262.
218. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 94.
219. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 55.
220. Catherine Carswell, The Life of Robert Burns, p. 59.
221. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 117.
222. James Barke, Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, p. 8.
223. Peter Rump, Schottland Handbuch, p. 33.
224. Anthony Cook and others, Modern Scottish History, p. 231.
225. John DeLancey Ferguson, Pride and Passion, p. 23.
226. David Daiches: The Identity of Burns, p. 326.
227. Ibid.. p. 328.
228. Ibid., p. 334.
229. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 19.
230. Allan Ramsay, Scottish poet (1686-1758)
231. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 84.
232. Thomas Finlayson Henderson: Scottish Vernacular Literature, p. 451.
233. Ibid., p. 455.
234. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 217.
235. Carol McGuirk: Scottish Hero, Scottish Victim: Myths of Robert Burns, p. 223.
236. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 226.
237. Robert C. Gordon: Under Which King?, p. 29.
238. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 453.
239. Leith Davis: Gender and the Nation in the Work of Robert Burns and Janet Little, p. 623.
240. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 21
241. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 7.
242. Ursula Hermann: Die neue deutsche Rechtschreibung, p. 517.
243. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 37.
244. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 237.
245. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 215.
246. J.A. Carruth, Robert Burns` Scotland, p. 2.
247. Geddes & Grosset: Plant Folklore, p. 120.
248. Angus and Jenni Calder: Literature in Perspective, p. 41.
249. Andrew Hook: Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 218.
250. Angus and Jenni Calder: Literature in Perspective, p. 21.
251. J.A. Carruth, Robert Burns` Scotland, p. 33.
252. Liliana Zancu: Burns, Eminescu, and Whitman, p. 353.
253. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 20.
254. Leith Davis: Gender and the Nation in the Work of Robert Burns and Janet Little, p. 622.
255. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 4.
256. David Daiches: The Identity of Burns, p. 339.
257. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 78.
258. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 35.
259. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 74.
260. Harry E. Shaw: The Forms of Historical Fiction, p. 141.
261. Henry Adam Grey, Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 382.
262. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 84.
263. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 230.
264. Ibid., p. 232.
265. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 714.
266. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 184.
267. Ibid. p. 205.
268. Ibid., p. 43f.
269. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 226.
270. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 145.
271. Angus and Jenni Calder: Literature in Perspective, p. 22.
272. John Sutherland: The Life of Walter Scott, p. 230.
273. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 140.
274. Ibid., pp. 147.
275. Ibid., p. 149.
276. Ibid..,p. 152.
277. Peter B. Norton: The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, p. 621.
278. Douglas S. Mack: Culloden and After: Scottish Jacobite Novels, p. 99.
279. John Sutherland: The Life of Walter Scott, p. 233.
280. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 24.
281. Donald D. Howard: Napoleon, His Legend, and Sir Walter Scott, p. 5.
282. Alexander Welsh, The Hero of the Waverley Novels, p. 204.
283. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 52.
284. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 137
285. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 3.
286. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, pp. 136..
287. Wolfgang G. Müller: [...] Gestaltungselemente in [...] Scotts Waverley, p. 203.
288. Peter B. Norton: The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, p. 621.
289. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 71.
290. Kurt Gammerschlag: Sir Walter Scott und die Waverley Novels, p. 38.
291. Kurt Gammerschlag: Sir Walter Scott und die Waverley Novels, p. 39.
292. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 13.
293. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 20.
294. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 17
295. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 16
296. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 73.
297. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 17
298. Katie Trumpener: National Character, National Plots, p. 695.
299. Andrew Hook, Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, p. 8.
300. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 207.
301. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 209.
302. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 149.
303. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 45.
304. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 192.
305. Graham McMaster: Scott and Society, p. 10.
306. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 349.
307. Henry Adam Grey: Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., p. 413.
308. Dietrich Strauss: Burns- Literary Focus of Scottish National Identity?, p. 107.
309. Carol McGuirk: Scottish Hero, Scottish Victim: Myths of Robert Burns, p. 224.
310. Henning Thies, Hauptwerke der englischen Literatur I, p. 517.
311. Gavin Sprott: Robert Burns- Pride and Passion, p. 113.
312. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 15.
313. Thomas Finlayson Henderson: Scottish Vernacular Literature, p. 342.
314. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 190
315. J.A. Carruth: Robert Burns´ Scotland, p. 21.
316. Ibid., p. 23.
317. Ibid, pp. 32.
318. Gebbie Self-Interpreting Edition, The Complete Works of Robert Burns, p. 225.
319. Hans Hecht, Robert Burns- The man and his work, p. 129.
320. Liliana Zancu: Burns, Eminescu, and Whitman, p. 353.
321. Leith Davis: Gender and the Nation in the Work of Robert Burns and Janet Little, p. 623.
322. Charles Haws: The Dilemma of Scottish Nationalism in Historical Perspective, p. 109.
323. Alan Bell: Scott Bicentenary Essays, p. 43.
324. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 7.
325. Ibid., p. 14
326. Ibid., p. 23
327. Ibid., p. 3.
328. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 54.
329. Toma Babovic a.o.: Schottland, p. 27
330. William C. Lehmann: Henry Home, Lord Kames and the Scottish Enlightenment, p. 288.
331. John Sutherland: The Life of Walter Scott, p. 145.
332. John Sutherland: The Life of Walter Scott, p. 51.
333. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 7.
334. Donald D. Howard: Napoleon, His Legend, and Sir Walter Scott, pp. 6.
335. Harry E. Shaw: The Forms of Historical Fiction, p. 247.
336. Ross Roy: Studies in Scottish literature, p. 131.
337. Alan Bell: Scott Bicentenary Essays, p. 53.
338. Ivan Herbison: The Rest Is Silence, p. 136.
339. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 237.
340. Peter B. Norton: The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, p. 553.
341. Bodo, Harenberg: Harenberg Kompaktlexikon, p. 2097.
342. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 129.
343. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 135.
344. Charles Haws: The Dilemma of Scottish Nationalism in Historical Perspective, pp. 21.
345. Peter B. Norton: The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, p. 522.
346. Henning Thies, Hauptwerke der englischen Literatur I, p.518.
347. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 65.
348. Ibid., p. 28.
349. Ibid., p. 36.
350. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 141.
351. David Sampson: Robert Burns: The Revival of Scottish Literature?, p. 24.
352. Mary Ellen Brown: Burns and Tradition, p. 115.
353. Charles Haws: The Dilemma of Scottish Nationalism in Historical Perspective, p. 22.
354. Paul Henderson Scott: Walter Scott and Scotland, p. 8.
355. Andrew Hook, Sir Walter Scott- Waverley, pp. 10.
356. Alan Bell: Scott Bicentenary Essays, p. 48.
357. W.E.K. Anderson: The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, p. 269.
358. David Brown: Walter Scott and the historical imagination, p. 65.
359. W.E.K. Anderson: The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, p. 98, 99.
360. David McCrone, Understanding Scotland, p. 177.
361. Liliana Zancu: Burns, Eminescu, and Whitman, p. 354.
362. Thomas Finlayson Henderson: Scottish Vernacular Literature, p. 450.
363. Karl-Heinz Hillmann: Wörterbuch der Soziologie, p. 591.
364. Tom Nairn: The Break-Up of Britain, p. 146.
365. The Compact Oxford English Dictionary, p. 1141.
366. K.D.M. Snell: The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800- 1990, p. 239.
367. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 12.
368. Robert C. Gordon, Under Which King?, p. 11.
369. T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 1700- 2000, p. 28.
370. Thomas Finlayson Henderson: Scottish Vernacular Literature, p. 447.



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