Talk:The Fair Maid of Perth

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The entire plot summary reads as if someone took every 10th or 20th line of the book and wrote it verbatim. I have not read the story and the summary sounds like it is reminding a person about the book's plot when it should sound like it is explaining to someone with no prior knowledge instead. It's hard to follow (or at least it is for me) for multiple reasons. A few are: when a comment refers back to something that previously happened, it isn't clear as to what the previous event was; it frequently uses "him" or "her" without enough information to know who "him" or "her" is; new characters are introduced without any background explaining who they are; and too many more problems to list. If I read the book I'm sure this would be an excellent way to refresh my memory about it. Since I haven't, I'm honestly just confused by it instead. — Preceding unsigned comment added by PredaClone (talkcontribs) 13:25, 16 January 2018 (UTC)