Found in The Honor Girl


Written by Sir Walter Scott, 1819

Think Robin Hood....

Not many of the various works of fiction that have appeared in recent years will live in literature as long as Scott's historical novels. Ever since they were written, they have been standard works, and of these, "Ivanhoe" is considered one of the best.

If the conditions presented are not all strictly true of the times of King John, they are admitted by historians to be true of periods not much earlier or later. The story never loses its interest. The characters are strong, the scenes vividly drawn.

—The American School Board Journal, Vol. 20-21, January 1900

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  • An Unwilling Guest
  • A Voice In The Wilderness
  • Beauty For Ashes
  • Because Of Stephen
  • Happiness Hill
  • In The Way
  • Job's Niece
  • Katherine's Yesterday
  • Marcia Schuyler
  • Not Under The Law
  • The Christmas Bride
  • The City Of Fire
  • The Enchanted Barn
  • The Honor Girl
  • The Red Signal