Burns

Burns

Poems

Book - 2007
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The most essential of the immortal poems and songs of Scotland's beloved national bard are collected in this volume. With the publication of his first book of poems in 1786, Robert Burns--the twenty-seven-year-old son of a farmer--became a national celebrity, hailed as the "Ploughman Poet." When he died ten years later, ten thousand people came to pay their respects at his funeral, and in the two centuries since then he has inspired a cultlike following among Scots and poetry lovers around the world.A pioneer of the Romantic movement, Burns wrote in a light Scots dialect with brio, emotional directness, and wit, drawing on classical and English literary traditions as well as Scottish folklore--and leaving a timeless legacy. All of his most famous lyrics and poems are here, from "A Red, Red Rose," "To a Mouse," and "To a Louse" to Tam o'Shanter , "Holy Willie's Prayer," and "Auld Lang Syne."
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Alfred A. Knopf, 2007
ISBN: 9780307266163
0307266168
Branch Call Number: 821.6 Burns 3567
Characteristics: 255 p. --
Additional Contributors: Carruthers, Gerard

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