Le Jour de S. Valentin // La jolie fille de Perth

[The Fair Maid of Perth (The Waverley Novels, 15)(Chronicles of the Cannongate, 2)]
Valoración moral: 
Género: Literatura
Sin inconvenientes.
Algunos inconvenientes morales.
Presenta pasajes de cierta entidad contrarios a la fe o la moral.
Presenta pasajes escabrosos o un fondo ideológico general que puede confundir a personas con una escasa formación cristiana.
Abundan los pasajes escabrosos o un fondo ideológico contrario o extraño a los valores cristianos.
Por sus contenidos explícitos, la obra contraría la fe o la moral de la Iglesia Católica o el cristianismo en general.

An account of Perth, Scotland, at the end of the fourteenth century. The mild king of Scots, Robert III, is on the throne. His son, the duke of Rothsay, tries to carry off Catharine, the daughter of Simon Glover. In the fight to do so, Glover cuts of the hand of Ramorny, who in revenge murders Glover at Falkland castle. There is a feud between the two clans Quhele and Chattan, and they agree to fight with thirty on each side.
Sir Walter Scott was born in Edinburgh in 1771 and died in 1832 after a life practising law and then going into printing. He was an important proponent of the historical novel, bringing excitement and intrigue to historical storytelling.
C.C. (U.K., 2017)