Is Walter Scott to blame for the limitations of modern Scotland? In Possible Scotlands, Caroline McCracken-Flesher argues that Scott used his position as popular author to negotiate a national identity for his homeland. The variety of Scott's tales suggest not a Scotland receding into the past, but one energetically alive in the past and future of its telling.

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