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  1. The poems and songs of Robert Burns by Robert Burns, 2010-08-28
  2. The complete works of Robert Burns: containing his poems, songs, and correspondence by Robert Burns, Allan Cunningham, 2010-09-01
  3. The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns by Geddes, 2002-02
  4. Selected Poems (Penguin Classics) by Robert Burns, 1994-05-03
  5. Robert Burns Eman Poet Lib #16 (Everyman Poetry) by Donald Low, 1997-01-15
  6. Burns: Complete Poems and Songs by Robert Burns, 1971-06-15
  7. Burns: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets) by Robert Burns, 2007-01-09
  8. Managing People in Changing Times: Coping With the Human Impact of Organizational Change (The Allen & Unwin Business and Management Series) by Robert B. Burns, 1993-05
  9. Understanding Robert Burns: Verse, Explanation and Glossary by Robert Burns, George Scott Wilkie, 2002-08
  10. Robert Burns in Your Pocket: A Biography, and Selected Poems and Songs, of Scotland's National Poet by Robert Burns, 2009-07-09
  11. Old Rome: A Handbook to the Ruins of the City and the Campagna by Robert Burn, 2010-04-04
  12. Lewd: The Bawdy Best of Robert Burns by Robert Burns, 2009-01-24
  13. The Complete Works - New Century Edition with DirectLink Technology by Robert Burns, 2010-08-02
  14. The Bard: Robert Burns, A Biography by Robert Crawford, 2008-12-29

1. Robert Burns - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Robert Burns was born two miles south of Ayr, in Alloway, South Ayrshire, Scotland, the eldest of the seven children of William Burness (17211784) (Robert
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Burns by Alexander Nasmyth, 1787 Born 25 January
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, Scotland Occupation Poet, lyricist, farmer, excise man Influences Robert Fergusson Influenced William Wordsworth Samuel Taylor Coleridge John Steinbeck John Clare Robert Burns 25 January 21 July ) (also known as Rabbie Burns Scotland's favourite son , the Ploughman Poet , the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as simply The Bard ) was a poet and a lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland , and is celebrated worldwide. He is the best-known of the poets who have written in the Scots language , although much of his writing is also in English and a 'light' Scots dialect, accessible to an audience beyond Scotland. He also wrote in standard English, and in these pieces, his political or civil commentary is often at its most blunt.

2. Robert Burns
Robert Burns is one of the most famous characters in Scottish Cultural History. His importance is immense, not only in terms of his fascinating story and

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For many people who would like to understand the whole "Burns thing", the first few steps can often be daunting. Much of the material available on Burns assumes a certain starting point. For instance, most books on Burns assume that the reader has a basic understanding of Who he was, Where he was from, Why he had such an impact etc etc. As such, there is a vast gulf between books carrying a few scant paragraphs on the basic background, through to the more detailed biographies, which address the initiated or knowledgeable "Burnsian."
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3. Unitarian Universalist Biographical Dictionary
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Robert Burns (January 25, 1759-July 21, 1796) is the national poet of Scotland. Since they were first published, his poetry and songs have never been out of fashion. Translations have made him a classic in other languages. In households where books have been few, an edition of Burns's poetry has often stood on a shelf with the Bible. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, "The people who care nothing for literature and poetry care for Burns." With their writing Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott created an enduring Scottish identity at a time when the Scots might have been entirely absorbed into a general British culture. In particular, Burns preserved the Scots tongue in literary form. The most loved figure in Scottish history and literature, his birthday, January 25, is the annual occasion of "Burns Night" festivities. He is celebrated by the Unitarians of Scotland as a religious forbear. Robbie was born in a thatched cottage in Alloway, Ayrshire. His father, William Burnes, was a moderately well-educated farmer who did some of the teaching of his children and occasionally provided private tutors. He wrote his own relatively liberal catechism for his children as an alternative to that of the Westminster Assembly. Robbie did a lot of reading on his own, including works by philosophers John Locke and Adam Smith. He worked on the family farm until his father's death in 1784 and continued farming with his brother Gilbert, 1784-86.

4. Robert Burns
Robert Auld Lang Syne Burns (17591796). Robert was born on 25 January 1759, in Alloway1, Scotland, the eldest of seven children.
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Robert " Auld Lang Syne " Burns
Robert was born on 25 January 1759, in Alloway , Scotland, the eldest of seven children. His father, William Burnes , was a gardener/farmer who seemed to have awfully bad business sense. The family lived in poverty until 1766, when William rented a farm. The family then lived in even worse poverty . Robert got very little education, since he so often had to help with the heavy work of farming, but he read a great deal, and that made up for a lot. He wrote his first poem, "O Once I Loved," in 1774, and after that there was no stopping him. Things got financially better for the family in 1777, after they moved to a different farm, and Robert was able to read and write even more. In 1781, Robert went to the nearby town of Irvine and started a business , which was a colossal failure. While there, though, he met a sailor named Richard Brown who read Robert's poetry and encouraged him to publish it. Robert agreed, mainly because he had hopes that the royalties would pay his way to Jamaica, where he hoped to make his fortune . The book, printed in 1786, was so successful that Robert decided he could make his fortune right where he was

5. Robert Burns
Robert Burns Scottish poet and writer of traditional Scottish folk songs lived in Dumfries and Galloway, south west Scotland, uk.
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Robert Burns
Burns, Robert (1759-96), Scottish poet and writer of traditional Scottish folk songs, whose works are known and loved wherever the English language is read.
Early Life Burns was born in Alloway, Ayrshire, January 25, 1759. He was the eldest of seven children born to William Burness, a struggling tenant farmer, and his wife, Agnes Broun. Although poverty limited his formal education, Burns read widely in English literature and the Bible and learned to read French. He was encouraged in his self-education by his father, and his mother acquainted him with Scottish folk songs, legends, and proverbs. Arduous farm work and undernourishment in his youth permanently injured his health, leading to the rheumatic heart disease from which he eventually died. He went in 1781 to Irvine to learn flax dressing, but when the shop burned down, he returned home penniless. He had, meanwhile, composed his first poems. The poet's father died in 1784, leaving him as head of the family. He and his brother Gilbert rented Mossgiel Farm, near Mauchline, but the venture proved a failure.

6. Robert Burns - Wikiquote
Robert Burns (January 25, 1759 – July 21, 1796) was a poet and pioneer of the Romantic movement and after his death became an important source of
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Jump to: navigation search Robert Burns (January 25, 1759 – July 21, 1796) was a poet and pioneer of the Romantic movement and after his death became an important source of inspiration to the founders of both liberalism and socialism. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland.
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    • Beauty's of a fading nature
      Has a season and is gone!
      • Will Ye Go and Marry Katie? Wee, sleekit, cow'rin, tim'rous beastie,
        O, what a panic's in thy breastie!
        Thou need na start awa sae hasty,
        Wi' bickering brattle!
        • To a Mouse , st. 1 (1785) I'm truly sorry man's dominion
          Has broken Nature's social union.
          • To a Mouse , st. 2 (1785) The best laid schemes o' mice and men
            Gang aft a-gley;
            And leave us naught but grief and pain
            For promised joy.
            • To a Mouse , st. 7 (1785) Nature's law,
              That man was made to mourn.
              • Man Was Made to Mourn , st. 4 (1786) Man's inhumanity to man
                Makes countless thousands mourn. Man was made to Mourn.

7. Famous Scots - Robert Burns
Robert Burns was born on 25 January 1759 in the village of Alloway in Ayrshire . For much of his life he was involved with the land and physical toil and
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Robert Burns was born on 25 January 1759 in the village of Alloway in Ayrshire . For much of his life he was involved with the land and physical toil and knew well the difficulties of poverty and deprivation. Nevertheless, as a young man he had taken to writing poetry, much of it in his native Scots language. This was unusual - by the end of the 18th century Scots was no longer regarded as the speech of "educated" men and women. In 1786 he was about to emigrate to the West Indies when he published a collection of his poems in the county town of Kilmarnock - "Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect". The book (now known as the Kilmarnock Edition) was an instant success and instead of emigrating he went to Edinburgh where he was welcomed by a number of leading literary figures. The money he earned firstly allowed him to travel. During his journeys he was to collect and edit many of the almost forgotten songs and, of course, obtain inspiration for further poetry. Despite the money which he earned from his poems, he still had to make a living by being both a farmer and an excise officer in Dumfries. While trying to cultivate an unproductive farm and carry out his duties as an exciseman, he continued to write - mainly collections of songs which would otherwise have been lost forever. His health had never been particularly robust and he died, aged 37, on 21 July 1796.

8. Robert Burns --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Robert Burns national poet of Scotland, who wrote lyrics and songs in the Scottish dialect of English.
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9. Robert Burns
Robert Burns, the poetry and songs, life and influences.
Robert Burns, A Poet For All Men
Robert Burns is one of the most fascinating of characters, his magnetic presence his genius and his passion. A man from rural Scottish background, from the "auld toon of Ayr". His is a story of genius, poverty, drink, women, freemasonry, a life littered with hardship and disappointments. Many books were wrote about Burns, one outstanding one by Hilton Bown, 1949 concludes with these words:
'Small wonder that Burns's story has intrigued not only his countrymen, but a great part of mankind; so that an American could say - with whatever hyperbole - that his name had been "dearer to a greater number of hearts than any other save that of Christ"; and a Chinese could find him revealing "our common humanity"; and a Canadian could write, "He made the world his lover". Whatever value may be attached to Burns's writings, verse or prose, whatever blame he may have earned by his faults and his failings, it is surely a poor heart that will not take fire at the warm blaze of his own and subscribe to the conclusion - "Here was a great man".' In this website discover his many characters and the country that bore him. The man who became scotland's favourite poet.

10. Burns
Robert Burns Mausoleum see more photos. Robert Burns. Burns is famous for is use of the Scottish dialect writing with great integrity about the people
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Robert Burns is buried in St. Michael's Churchyard, Dumfries, Scotland. (See map...ref no. 1) Burns died of rheumatic fever in Dumfries on 21 July 1796. He was originally buried in the north east corner of St. Michael's church yard, but in September 1815 his body was transferred to the mausoleum which was erected in the south-east corner of the churchyard and paid for by public subscriptions. (Even the Prince Regent - later George IV made a contribution.) Burns' wife's remains were added to the mausoleum in 1834 - at which time a cast was taken of Burns' skull. In 1778 Burns finally married Jean Armoure and settled on a farm at Ellisland near Dumfries. The following year he secured a job as an Excise Officer and subsequently was able to retire from farming. Robert Burns' Mausoleum
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Robert Burns Burns is famous for is use of the Scottish dialect - writing with great integrity about the people and places he knew.

11. Kids Free Souls - Brainy Stuff - Literature - Robert Burns - Scottish Poet
Robert Burns, or Rabbie as he was known, was the son of a farmer, born in Alloway,a village on the River Doon, Ayrshire, in the southwest of Scotland on
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Burns was interested in authentic folk songs. He collected about 300 original and traditional Scottish songs for books compiled in his day including The Scots Musical Museum. He is famous for his poetry and his songs, some of which are: Auld Lang Syne Comin Thro the Rye Sweet Afton Scots Wha Hae Green Grow the Rashes ; and A Red, Red, Rose which are all songs as well. In addition there is The Selkirk Grace Address to a Haggis, In his times, Burns was considered an unlearned ploughman, but he was really a skilled poet. He could use not only traditional Scottish stanza form, as in 'to a Mouse' but also the sophisticated English Spenserian Stanza as in 'The Cotter's Saturday Night'. Among his brilliant narrative poems was 'Tam o Shanter' and clever sattires including 'The Holy fair, Address to the Deil and Holy Willie's Prayer. His song 'Auld Lang syne - In scottish dialect means 'old long since, or days gone by. Burns had heard an old man sing the song and he wrote down the words and Burns has been given the credit for writing the song.

12. Robert Burns Country: The Official Robert Burns Site
The robert burns works archive, with full text indexed and searchable online.
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Post your Robert Burns announcements and Burns questions , or help others with answers. Identify a lost Robert Burns quote , promote your Burns Club or event, buy or sell Burns items, or value your grannie's rare Burns book! Click here... The Complete Works of Robert Burns, with glossary translation of harder Burns words into German, French, Spanish , and American Click here... Burns Suppers Everything you need to know about how to organise a perfect Burns Supper! Click here...

13. Robert Burns Tribute - Burns Supper, Haggis, Poems And More
robert burns is Scotland s bestloved bard and burns Suppers have been held in his honour for over 200 years. This robert burns tribute site gives you the
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Robert Burns is Scotland's best-loved bard and Burns Suppers have been held in his honour for over 200 years. This site gives you the complete guide to Robert Burns the man, his poems, his travels, haggis, whisky and much more. The Man The Haggis
The life, loves and lyrics of Robert Burns.
We take a look at Scotland's much loved national dish.
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Places To Visit The best of the Bard selected by authority Dr James A. Mackay.
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Timelines Your essential guide to the rituals and recipes.
The essential guide to the key dates in Burns' life.
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14. Robert Burns - The Works Of Robert Burns
All about robert burns the Scottish poet with biographies and collections of his poems. Clans Gazetteer Humor ... Search our site here:
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    A short account of the life of Robert Burns. The Life of Robert Burns
    by Rev. George Gilfillan, August 1886. A very detailed account of his life. Understanding Robert Burns
    The whole book is available for reading as 9 .pdf files and our sincere thanks to the author George Scott Wilkie for allowing us to publish his book on the site. Here you will get translations of many of his popular songs and poems as well as a glossary of many Scottish words. Auld Lang Syne
    Its origin, poetry, and music. Etext of Burns' Poems
    You can read his entire collection in Etext format courtesy of the Project Gutenberg.

15. Robert Burns - Scotland's National Bard
robert burns, his life, loves and mostly his poetry and songs. Scotland s National Bard is loved and quoted all the world over. Contains a large list of his
Robert Burns - Scotland's National Bard, Scottish Hero , Raconteur, Poet
Welcome to our tribute to Robert Burns, unsurpassed literary genius and loved by millions all around the globe.
The Life And Times Of Robert Burns
THERE was a lad was born in Kyle, This waly boy will be nae coof: And so, in Robert Burns own telling words, we have the history of his birth, on the 25th of January, 1759, or more poetically, Robert Burns the ploughman poet, the bon-viveur, the social commentator has been translated worldwide. Editions of his work are oft quoted from Philadelphia to Peking, Montreal to Moscow and Darwin to Dubrovnik. Regardless of the political climate of each location, be it western democratic, Communist, liberal or authoritarian, (this spread of appeal a concept that would have surely tickled the Robert Burns himself), his message remains the same: "That man to man, the warld o’er, shall brithers be for a’ that." Why don't you visit our forum on The Bard where you can join like minded people who make up our Robert Burns community and chat about Burns and his works. Click Here For Forum Sites With Actual Robert Burns Items For Sale Robert Burns Items Actually On Sale Now On Ebay Click Here For More Books On Robert Burns Home Burn's Life History ... Link Partners This site is maintained by Glengall Scotland Limited as a personal tribute to Robert Burns As we are a company that is based only a mile from the birthplace of Robert Burns , Burns Cottage, Alloway, Ayrshire we are steeped in

16. Robert Burns
Complete text of Complete Works of robert burns and The burns Encyclopedia, translations into English, a discussion forum, recipes, and a family tree.

17. Robert Burns - National Library Of Scotland
robert burns was born into a farming family at Alloway in Ayrshire in 1759. He died in Dumfries at the early age of 37. Yet in that short time he had taken
Robert Burns was born into a farming family at Alloway in Ayrshire in 1759. He died in Dumfries at the early age of 37. Yet in that short time he had taken the Scottish literary world by storm, and had secured a place for himself in history and in legend. This site is based on material by or relating to 'Scotland's Bard' which is held by the National Library of Scotland (except where otherwise stated). Special features are pages giving highlights of the Library's significant resources - whether original letters or poems (see Manuscripts page ) or important books (see Books page Downloading images
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18. Robert Burns Collection At
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19. Robert Burns, 1759-1796
The University of South Carolina is marking the bicentenary of robert burns s death in 1796, not only with an international research conference on robert
ROBERT BURNS, 1759-1796
A Bicentenary Exhibition from the G. Ross Roy Collection
originally exhibited March-May 1996
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Portrait of Robert Burns
by Archibald Skirving Foreword The University of South Carolina is marking the bicentenary of Robert Burns's death in 1796, not only with an international research conference on "Robert Burns and Literary Nationalism," but with a major exhibition of works by and about the poet, showing selected highlights from the G. Ross Roy Collection of Burns, Burnsiana and Scottish Poetry. This extensive collection, acquired from Professor Roy through a generous gift-purchase agreement in 1989, is now widely recognized as among the best Burns collections anywhere in North America, and it regularly attracts to the University researchers from around the world. It is a special pleasure to me to see the Roy Collection displayed for the bicentenary, as its acquisition was one of the first goals to be realized after I became director of the University of South Carolina Libraries. The present exhibition, curated by Prof. Roy himself, represents of course only a very small part of the whole collection, which covers Scottish poetry from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, with some earlier items. On-line entries for items in the collection are available through the University's

20. The Robert Burns Club Of Milwaukee
The official website of the robert burns Club of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Featuring The Complete OnLine Works of robert burns, A Glossary of the Scots

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    The Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the living memory of Scotland's great, 18th century bard Robert Burns.
    In Memorium The Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee sadly notes the passing of one if its prominent members. Sherwin "Shevie" J Kader passed away on 27-August-2007. Know thou, O stranger to the fame
    Of this much lov'd, much honoured name!
    (For none that knew him need be told)
    A warmer heart death ne'er made cold.

    Burns Monument Memorial Bricks The statue of Robert Burns at Milwaukee's Burns Commons (Knapp and Prospect) requires continual maintenance and repair. In order to raise money for this purpose, the St Andrew's Society of Milwaukee has partnered with the Milwaukee County Parks Department to install an apron of bricks around the base of the statue. Memorial bricks will be a fundraiser to help support the care of one of only three such monuments in the world (the others are in Chicago and near Glasgow). Bricks start at $50.00 and may be engraved with an organization and/or family name or personal message.

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