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Q: Sir Walter Scott ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Sir Walter Scott
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: esdur-ga
List Price: $30.00
Posted: 07 Nov 2005 17:14 PST
Expires: 07 Dec 2005 17:14 PST
Question ID: 590314
The "Bride of Lammermoor," novel by Sir Walter Scott: Is it in the
public domain? If not, who owns the rights? Does this question
infringe on 'intellectual property' law as proscribed in your
'Agreement?' Sorry, if it does, well I retract it, I suppose.
Subject: Re: Sir Walter Scott
Answered By: juggler-ga on 07 Nov 2005 17:34 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars

Yes, the "Bride of Lammermoor" is a public domain text.  No one owns
the rights to that novel or any of Sir Walter Scott's original works.


"All original works by this author are in the public domain. This
applies worldwide because the author has been deceased at least 100

Sir Walter Scott died in 1832.

The "Bride of Lammermoor" may be copied freely and distributed without
any sort of intellectual property infringement.  Indeed, the complete
novel is available on numerous websites:

Here's some good information about "public domain" texts:

search strategy:
"walter scott" "public domain" "bride of lammermoor"

I hope this helps. If anything is unclear, please let me know via the
"request clarification" feature. Thanks.
esdur-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $5.00
Excellent, prompt, and with an air of confidence. The answer is no
surprise, but it's always good to get some confirmation, and a few new
websites to browse! I am very much satisfied.
Thanks. Sorry about the CCS tip, but it's better than nothing! Right?


Subject: Re: Sir Walter Scott
From: juggler-ga on 08 Nov 2005 10:59 PST
Thank you for the tip!

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