Peveril Of The Peak Pdf
Peveril of the Peak (1823) is the longest novel by Sir Walter Scott. Along with Ivanhoe, Woodstock, and Kenilworth, this is one of Scott’s English novels, with the main action taking place around 1678.
Peveril Of The Peak Summary
Sir Geoffrey Peveril and Major Bridgenorth had been boys together; and although they adopted different views in religion and politics, the major’s influence had saved the Royalist’s life after the battle of Bolton-le-Moors, and Lady Peveril had brought up his Motherless girl, Alice, with her own son. After the Restoration, the Countess of Derby, Who, through treachery, had suffered a long imprisonment by the Roundheads, sought protection at Martindale Castle, where Bridgenorth would have arrested her for having caused his Brother-in-law, William Christian, to be shot as a traitor, had not the knight interfered by tearing up the warrant, and escorting her through Cheshire on her return to the Isle of Man. Alice was of course withdrawn from his wife’s care, and it was supposed the major had emigrated to New England.
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Name Of the Novel: Peveril Of The Peak
Author: Sir Walter Scott
Series: Waverley novels
Genre: Historical novel
Publisher: Constable and Co.
Publication date: January 7, 1823
Media type: Print (Hardback)
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
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