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Old 05-26-2012, 02:13 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by Nyssa View Post
The only series info I could find was that it was made into a mini-series for tv. Is it actually part of a series of books? If so which, please?
Some of Scott's books are sometimes known as the "Waverley Series" or "Waverley Novels" (named so from the title of his first book) because his novels from that time period explored similar themes and no one knew the author (until 1827). Not a series in the sense one usually refers to a series.

Back when they were first published Scott didn't use his name and the books said at the beginning they were ‘by the author of Waverley’ so they collectively became the Waverley Novels.

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