This chapter summarizes the analysis and observations derived from the careful studies of the three primary novels and fictions of Scott, Gaskell, and Kingsley. Included in the final chapter are final explanations and comments surrounding the different nuances and implications of the novels Ruth, Two Years Ago, and Rob Roy on language and dialect.
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