Mirror of Literature,  4 (1824), 381–84.

The Novelist. No. LXV. Rothelan.—A Romance of the English Histories. By John Galt, Esq.



Regular Feature, Abstract, Short Fiction

Publications abstracted:

Galt 1824


Astrology, Prognostication, Epidemiology, Morality

    The advent of the Black Death is heralded by portents and prodigies. The progress of the plague, which is narrated in some detail, causes Sir Amias Crosby, the anti-hero of the narrative, to renounce his previous perjury.

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