|Statement||with introduction and notes by T.C.L. Armstrong.|
|Series||Canadian educational series|
|Contributions||Armstrong, T. C. L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (124 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||124|
Marmion: a tale of Flodden Field, by Walter Scott, Esq. / illustrated with engravings, from the designs of Richd. Westall by Scott, Walter Sir (). Westall, Richard () Seller MW Books Ltd. Published Condition Provenance; Virtus Mille Scutta bookplate. Scattered, marginal foxing. Half contemporary aniline calf over marble. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. No dust jacket. 16vo, red cloth binding, gilt lettering on backstrip, gilt stamping and blind stamping on covers, shelf wear and water staining on covers, some pencil writing, one page. Marmion: A Tale Of Flodden All Books Shipped Within 24 Hours With U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, Each Order Is Packaged In A New Box With Bubble Wrap, And Always Your Satisfaction Is Guaranteed. Sir Walter Scotts Marmion. Sir Walter Scott, H J Findlay. Published by J. M. Dent & Sons Limited, London (). I bought the Kindle version of Marmion, a great story of the Battle of Flodden Field fought long ago in the year Easier to read than most poetry even with the British English. Walter Scott's Marmion (published in ) is filled with unrequited love, deceit and conspiracy, I recommend it for a great s: 9.
Sir Walter Scotts Marmion; by Walter Scott Sir Lovett Robert Morss From reader reviews: Ruth Brinkman: Why? Because this Sir Walter Scotts Marmion; is an unordinary book that the inside of the publication waiting for you to snap the item but latter it will surprise you with the secret the idea inside. Marmion: A Christmas Poem poem by Sir Walter Scott. Heap on more wood the wind is chillBut let it whistle as it willWell keep our Christmas merry still.. Page. Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field is an epic, historical romance poem written by Scottish novelist, poet, playwright, and historian Sir Walter Scott. It tells the story of Lord Marmion—a. The witching dame to Marmion threw A glance, where seemed to reign The pride that claims applauses due, And of her royal conquest too, A real or feigned disdain: Familiar was the look, and told Marmion and she were friends of old. The king observed their meeting eyes With something like displeased surprise: For monarchs ill can rivals brook.
the several Books are, in all Scott's verse, perhaps the poems that most perfectly present to us his own personality. They form no part of "Marmion," in fact there had been a plan for their publication as a distinct book. As they stand they interweave the poet with his poem, making "Marmion," too, a "Lay of the Last Minstrel," in the. Other articles where Marmion is discussed: Lochinvar: hero of the ballad “Marmion” () by Sir Walter Scott. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Original issued in series: Canadian educational series. 8, 11, , p. ; 18 cm. (CIHM/ICMH. Marmion by Scott, Walter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at