An Exploration on Poetic and Supernatural Element in the Bride of Lammermoor By Walter Scott
This research article investigates the poetic and supernatural representation in the literature of Walter Scott. His teaching, and antiquarian skills into his investigation of the possibilities of the survival, of the supernatural elements. The ballads and an unlettered legends tradition that appear to confirm his position as a believer in superstitious and irrational practices. This article will argue that Hogg possesses a shrewd and sophisticated understanding of the authority of the supernatural. This is visible in his hard literary work to evidence and looks into various types of uncanny evidence when compared with those of Scott.
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