Romantic Literature
Paper : 5
Comparative study
Jane Austen Sir Walter Scott
Sir Walter Scott
His short
biography.
Walter Scott was
born in Edinburgh
As the son of a
Solicitor.
His father was a
lawye...
Jane Austen the
daughter of a
Hampshire clergyman
Was born at
Stevenson.
She was educated at
home ; Jane’s
education was
c...
Walter
Scott
Features of
His Novel
Rapidity of
Production
His
Contrib
ution
His
Shaeske-
sperian
Quality
His
Style
Her
Features
of the
novel
Her Plots
Her
Characters
Her Place
in the
history of
Fiction
Comparative Study
Walter Scott’s poem
Scott ‘s earliest
poetical efforts
were translat-
lations from
the German. In The
La...
Scott interested in the old
Border tales and ballads
had early been
awakened, and he devoted
much of his leisure to the
ex...
Sir Walter Scott
Home
Abbotsford
Tomb Of Sir Walter
Scott
Their novels
Jane Austen
• Sense And Sensibility (1811)
• Pride and Prejudice (1813)
• Mansfield Park (1814)
• Emma (1815)...
Writer and poet and born
story teller and Master of
dialogue one of the greatest
historical novelists whose
favorite subje...
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  1. 1. Romantic Literature Paper : 5
  2. 2. Comparative study Jane Austen Sir Walter Scott
  3. 3. Sir Walter Scott His short biography. Walter Scott was born in Edinburgh As the son of a Solicitor. His father was a lawyer and Scott him self was called to Scottish Bar (1792) At the age of eighteen months he was crippled for life by a childish aliment. And though he grew up to be a man of great physical robustness he never lost his lameness.
  4. 4. Jane Austen the daughter of a Hampshire clergyman Was born at Stevenson. She was educated at home ; Jane’s education was conducted on sound lines. Her life was unexciting being little more than a series of pilgrimages to different place of residence Her first published works were issued anonymously, and she is died in middle age. Jan Austen and her short biography.
  5. 5. Walter Scott Features of His Novel Rapidity of Production His Contrib ution His Shaeske- sperian Quality His Style
  6. 6. Her Features of the novel Her Plots Her Characters Her Place in the history of Fiction
  7. 7. Comparative Study Walter Scott’s poem Scott ‘s earliest poetical efforts were translat- lations from the German. In The Lay of last Minstrel (1805) there is much more originality. In popular estimation Marmion is held to be Scott's master masterpiece. Jane Austen’s poem • Her first novel no- • vel was Pride and • Prejudice(1796-97 • published 1813). • In it , as in all her works, we have middle class people pursuing the common round.
  8. 8. Scott interested in the old Border tales and ballads had early been awakened, and he devoted much of his leisure to the exploration of the Border Country. His early years Scott spent in sanday- know , in the residence of his paternal grand father . There his grand mother told him tales of old heroes.
  9. 9. Sir Walter Scott Home Abbotsford Tomb Of Sir Walter Scott
  10. 10. Their novels Jane Austen • Sense And Sensibility (1811) • Pride and Prejudice (1813) • Mansfield Park (1814) • Emma (1815) • Persuasion (1818) Walter Scott • Waverley (1814) • Ivanhoe (1819) (poem) • Life of Napoleon which was published in 9 volumes in 1827. • His Dramatic work: • Halidon Hill (1922) • A Melodrama (1830)
  11. 11. Writer and poet and born story teller and Master of dialogue one of the greatest historical novelists whose favorite subject was his native Scotland. Scott wrote twenty- seven historical novel. His influence is seen among other in the works of James Fennimore cooper Alexander Dumas, and Alexander Pushkin.

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