In the backdrop of political issues such as the Jacobite risings and clashes between the two factions, the author has narrated the romantic tale of Waverley. The ups and downs of the protagonist's life capture the imagination of the reader. Composed of two volumes, the twists and turns of the plot keep the readers anticipating.
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