Sir Walter Scott
Adapted by Kenneth Brodey
1715: Frank Osbaldistone likes poetry and he does not want to enter the family business. The young man is then sent by his father to the north of England. Frank meets a charismatic Scotsman and an official of the English government. This will be the beginning of his involvement in a rebellion against the British monarchy. In this great historical novel, Frank comes to love and understand the wild world of the Scottish Highlands.
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