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Record Number: SKE0040

Related Work: Bride of Lammermoor, The

Illustration Title/Caption: Earnsheugh

Keyword(s): Cliffs - Seascapes - Storms

Artist: James Skene

Engraver: No Engraver

Work Type: etching

Size(cm): 13.4 x 8

Date: 1830

Source Text: A Series of Sketches of the Existing Localities alluded to in the Waverley Novels Etched from Original Drawings (Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1829[-1831])

Position in Source Text: facing p. 104

Location of Copy: EUL, Corson B.SKE.3

Image File Name: No image available for this record.

Notes: Depicts high cliffs at Earnsheugh, in the vicinity of Fast Castle, itself the original of Wolf's Crag in the story. Accompanying quoted text (p. 105), with reference to Magnum Opus edition: 'It was a November morning . . . thick and heavy mist. / Bride of Lammermoor, Vol. XIII, p. 287.' See Ch. 2; EEWN 7a, 19. Originally issued as part of a separate number in 1830.

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