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This sample chapter is a pre-copy edited version, in accordance with copyright and open access regulations. ABSTRACT OF SCOTT, BYRON AND THE POETICS OF CULTURAL ENCOUNTER: Scott, Byron and the Poetics of Cultural Encounter is an innovative study of Scott's and Byron's poetical engagement with borders (actual and metaphorical) and the people living on and around them. The author discusses Scott's edited collection of Border Ballads, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border and his narrative poetry, anddoi:10.17613/m62c1x fatcat:xu5nlae2ubgxfdstulqcwfdfc4