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Woodstock opens in farce, yet it is one of Scott's darkest novels. It deals with revolution, to Scott the most disturbing of all subjects: "it appears that every step we made towards liberty has but brought us in view of more terrific perils."
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Woodstock is considered the darkest of Scott's novels, written during a period of great tumult in the author's life. Set during the English Civil War, the story imagines treachery, a love triangle, and the escape of Charles II in 1651, as well as his triumphant return to London eight years later.
An edition of this book was published by Columbia University Press.