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The Fortunes of Nigel. By the author of "Waverley," etc. [Sir Walter Scott.]

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  • "Fortunes of Nigel and Count Robert of Paris"@en
  • "Waverly novels"
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  • "Pirate"@en
  • "Waverley novels illustrated"@en
  • "Talisman"@en
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  • "Scott's Waverley novels"@en
  • "Surgeon's daughter"@en
  • "Black dwarf"@en
  • "Peveril of the Peak"@en
  • "Waverley novels, the fortunes of Nigel"
  • "Quentin Durward"@en
  • "Nigel"
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  • "Anne of Geierstein"@en

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  • "Spec. Coll."@en
  • "This volume offers Scott's 1822 historical novel set in eighteenth-century London."@en
  • "Lord Nigel Olifaunt's father loaned huge sums of money to King James I of England years before. Nigel now wants the money back, but the royal courtiers will stop at nothing to steal the young lord's wealth. Court intrigue and swashbuckling action, set in the early seventeenth century, are on the agenda in this 1822 work by the master of romantic adventure."
  • "The ninth book in Scott's Waverley series, this novel is set in the early 1600s and recounts the tale of Nigel Oilfaunt, who travels to London to ask the King a favor. He is met with chaos in the city and soon finds himself an enemy of Lord Dalgarno and in great danger. This novel was authored under one of Scott's pen names, Captain Clu."@en
  • "Adventures in London of a young Scots nobleman. Presents a detailed picture of the Court and character of James 1st. For other editions, see Author Catalog."@en
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel is a landmark in Walter Scott's literary oeuvre, full of political insights, fascinating characters, and as always, literary style. Scott draws a fascinating portrait of seventeenth-century London, including political and sexual intrigue, financial and Jacobean drama. - Publisher."
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel (1822) is a novel written by Sir Walter Scott. The hero of the story is Nigel Olifaunt. First sentenceHaving, in the tale of the The Heart of Midlothian, succeeded in some degree in awakening an interest in behalf of one devoid of those accomplishments which belong to a heroine almost by right, I was next tempted to choose a hero upon the same unpromising plan; and as worth of character, goodness of heart, and rectitude of principle, were necessary to one who laid no claim to high birth, romantic sensibility, or any of the usual accomplishments of those who strut through t."@en
  • "Set at the end of the reign of James VI and I, The Fortunes of Nigel is among Walter Scott's richest creations in its political insight, range of characterization, and linguistic virtuosity. Well versed in the political literature of the period, Scott draws a detailed picture of London in the early seventeenth century while charting the effects of the Scottish influx into the English capital, the ambitions and fears of the newcomers, and the suspicion they aroused. The complex web of political (and sexual) intrigue and financial double-dealings are traced with a master's hand. Steeped in Jacobean drama, this tale shows Scott revelling in the linguistic riches of the age."

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  • "Las aventuras de Nigel = Fortunes of Nigel"
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel. By the author of "Waverley," etc. [Sir Walter Scott.]"@en
  • "Le aventures de Nigel"
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel : ed sanct. for continental circulations"
  • "Las aventuras de Nigel : nueva traducción directa del inglés"@es
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel, by the author of "Waverley", "Kenilworth", etc. : in three volumes"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : Count Robert of Paris"@en
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel : with the author's last notes and additions"
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  • "The fortunes of nigel"
  • "Las aventuras de Nígel"@es
  • "The fortunes of Nigel a romance"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel, a romance"@en
  • "Las Aventuras de Nigel, nueva traducción directa del inglés"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel. With 52 illus"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel, etc"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel; a romance"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel. : [One line from Poetry of the Antijacobin] : In two volumes. I[-II]"
  • "Les Aventures de Nigel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : [novel]"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : with the author's last notes and additions"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : with the author's last notes and additions"
  • "Les aventures de nigel trad.par A.J.B.Defauconpret"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel with the author's last notes and additions"@en
  • "The fortune of Nigel"
  • "Les aventures de Nigel"
  • "Los Aventuras de Nigel ("Fortunes of Nigel"), por Sir Walter Scott, traducción al castellano por Don Pablo de Xerica"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel. By the author of "Waverley, Kenilworth," &c"@en
  • "Las Aventuras de Nigel"@en
  • "Las Aventuras de Nigel"
  • "The Fortunes Of Nigel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel The fortunes of Nigel"
  • "Les aventures de Nígel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel--"@en
  • "Las aventuras de Nigel"@es
  • "Las aventuras de Nigel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel ; a romance"@en
  • "Les Aventures de Nigel. Traduction de R. de Cerisy. Dessins de M.E. Toudouze"
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  • "Fortunes of Nigel"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel. Peveril of the peak. By Sir Walter Scott"
  • "Las aventuras de nigel"
  • "The Fortunes of Nigel"
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  • "[The Fortunes of Nigel.]"
  • "[The Fortunes of Nigel.]"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : in two volumes : Parker's edition, revised and corrected"@en
  • "Les aventures de Nigel : par Sir Walter Scott"
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  • "The Fortunes of Nigel, with the author's [Walter Scott] last notes and additions"
  • "Old mortality and The fortunes of Nigel"@en
  • "Waverley novels Vol. 14 The fortunes of Nigel"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : [fragments of the novel]"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel With 52 illus"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : a romance"@en
  • "The Fortunrs of Nigel : retold for Boys and Girls"
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : Pref. by James C. Corson"@en
  • "The fortunes of Nigel : Pref. by James C. Corson"

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