Understanding Robert Burns

Although recognised throughout the world, the poems of Robert Burns are rarely understood. This book gives readers an immediate understanding of 138 of his poems.

Understanding Robert Burns

Author: Robert Burns

Publisher: Neil Wilson Pub Limited

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Page: 310

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Although recognised throughout the world, the poems of Robert Burns are rarely understood. This book gives readers an immediate understanding of 138 of his poems.

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Understanding Robert Burns
Language: en
Pages: 310
Authors: Robert Burns, George Scott Wilkie
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002 - Publisher: Neil Wilson Pub Limited

Although recognised throughout the world, the poems of Robert Burns are rarely understood. This book gives readers an immediate understanding of 138 of his poems.
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