The Art of Robert Burns
These essays set out to provide new literary light on Robert Burns. The authors include: Iain Crichton Smith on Burn's lyrical poetry; John C. Weston on the satires; Scott Wilson on the epistles; Caterina Ericson-Roos on the songs; Kenneth Simpson on the letters; David Muirison on the language; Ronald Jack on his use of bawdy; and Andrew Noble on his relationship to English Romanticism.
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Introduction by R D S Jack and Andrew Noble
The Lyrics of Robert Burns by lain Crichton Smith 2 Robert Burnss Satire by John C Weston
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