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Rob Roy

Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)

1. 01 - Introduction Part1
2. 02 - Introduction Part 2
3. 03 - Introduction Part 3
4. 04 - Introduction Part 4
5. 05 - Introduction Part 5
6. 06 - Letters and Editors Note
7. 07 - Vol.1 Chp 1
8. 08 - Vol.1 Chp 2
9. 09 - Vol.1 Chp 3
10. 10 - Vol.1 Chp 4
11. 11 - Vol.1 Chp 5
12. 12 - Vol.1 Chp 6
13. 13 - Vol.1 Chp 7
14. 14 - Vol.1 Chp 8
15. 15 - Vol.1 Chp 9
16. 16 - Vol.1 Chp 10
17. 17 - Vol.1 Chp 11
18. 18 - Vol.1 Chp 12
19. 19 - Vol.1 Chp 13
20. 20 - Vol.1 Chp 14
21. 21 - Vol.1 Chp 15
22. 22 - Vol.1 Chp 16
23. 23 - Vol.1 Chp 17
24. 24 - Vol.2 Chp 1
25. 25 - Vol.2 Chp 2
26. 26 - Vol.2 Chp 3
27. 27 - Vol.2 Chp 4
28. 28 - Vol.2 Chp 5
29. 29 - Vol.2 Chp 6
30. 30 - Vol.2 Chp 7
31. 31 - Vol.2 Chp 8
32. 32 - Vol.2 Chp 9
33. 33 - Vol.2 Chp 10
34. 34 - Vol.2 Chp 11
35. 35 - Vol.2 Chp 12
36. 36 - Vol.2 Chp 13
37. 37 - Vol.2 Chp 14
38. 38 - Vol.2 Chp 15
39. 39 - Vol.2 Chp 16
40. 40 - Vol.2 Chp 17
41. 41 - Vol.2 Chp 18
42. 42 - Vol.2 Chp 19
43. 43 - Vol.2 Chp 20
44. 44 - Vol.2 Chp 21
45. 45 - Vol.2 Chp 22
46. 46 - Post Script and Notes

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Summary

Rob Roy is a historical novel by Walter Scott. It is narrated by Frank Osbaldistone, the son of an English merchant who travels first to the North of England, and subsequently to the Scottish Highlands to collect a debt stolen from his father. On the way he encounters the larger-than-life title character of Rob Roy MacGregor. Though Rob Roy is not the lead character (in fact the narrative does not move to Scotland until half way through the book) his personality and actions are key to the development of the novel.