Person    | Male  Born 15/8/1771  Died 1832

Walter Scott

Categories: Literature, Poetry

Countries: Scotland

Writer. Born Edinburgh. Extremely popular in his lifetime, worldwide. Novels include: Waverley and Ivanhoe. Poems: Lady of the Lake. Died Abbotsford, south of Edinburgh, his home since 1812.

"O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!"

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