Ivanhoe
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Ivanhoe

By Sir Walter Scott, Sir
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Ivanhoe (1819) by Sir Walter Scott is the quintessential novel of romantic medieval chivalry, beloved by generations of readers. Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe, disinherited by his father, returns home to England from the Crusades, and lively adventure ensues -- a jousting tournament, villainous Norman knights and passionate Templars, proud Saxon prisoners including Ivanhoe's own father and the lovely Lady Rowena, a castle siege, Robin Hood and his merry men, carousing friars, a clever and loyal jester and swineherd, a mysterious Black Knight who is more than he seems, the conniving Prince John, the return of King Richard the Lionheart, a trial and triumph of justice, an old noble Jew and his beautiful and courageous daughter Rebecca. And yet, among the vibrant pageantry and chivalry is a story of dark prejudice, religious conflict, sacrifice, and love that uplifts the novel to a more sophisticated level, and the fate of the unforgettable Rebecca takes center stage.

Table of Contents
  • IVANHOE
    • A ROMANCE
    • INTRODUCTION TO IVANHOE.
    • DEDICATORY EPISTLE
      • TO
  • IVANHOE.
    • CHAPTER I
    • CHAPTER II
    • CHAPTER III
    • CHAPTER IV
    • CHAPTER V
    • CHAPTER VI
    • CHAPTER VII
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHAPTER IX
    • CHAPTER X
    • CHAPTER XI
    • CHAPTER XII
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • CHAPTER XV
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • CHAPTER XX
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • CHAPTER XXIX
    • CHAPTER XXX
    • CHAPTER XXXI
    • CHAPTER XXXII.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
    • CHAPTER XXXV
    • CHAPTER XXXVI
    • CHAPTER XXXVII
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII
    • CHAPTER XXXIX
    • CHAPTER XL
    • CHAPTER XLI
    • CHAPTER XLII
    • CHAPTER XLIII
    • CHAPTER XLIV
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER I.
      • Note A.—The Ranger or the Forest, that cuts the foreclaws off our dogs.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER II.
      • Note B.—Negro Slaves.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XVII.
      • Note C.—Minstrelsy.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXI.
      • Note D.—Battle of Stamford.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXII.
      • Note E.—The range of iron bars above that glowing charcoal.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXIX
      • Note F.—Heraldry
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXXI
      • Note G.—Ulrica's Death song.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXXII
      • Note H.—Richard Coeur-de-Lion.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XXXIII
      • Note I.—Hedge-Priests.
    • NOTE TO CHAPTER XLI.
      • Note J.—Castle of Coningsburgh.
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