MLA volume 101 issue 2 Cover and Back matter

1986 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
Wilt establishes the thematic unity of Scott's work and offers general and scholarly readers alike an overdue appreciation of this novelist's vast and complex output. What emerges from her study is an intricate portrait of Scott's purposes and self-image as an artist, which hid ambition and seriousness within the "secret leaves" of a Greenwood-Robin Hood myth.
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