This paper approaches Scott’s writings, his antiquarianism, and his husbandry in an integrated way, treating them together from the perspective of his keen awareness of the materialised presence of the past in the physical environment. Scott’s ecological approach to cultural memory, as expressed both in his fictions and in his activities, explains his long-lasting influence on material culture and on practices of commemoration.


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