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Poems And Songs Of Robert Burns

Autor: Robert Burns
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1442935995
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A timeless poetic treasure, this book contains all of Burns' poems, including epitaphs, songs and lyrics. Burns wrote on every topic imaginable - love, nature, politics and people. All the poems and songs are presented in a chronological order. Brimming with intensity, spontaneity and earnestness, this book is a sure treat for all poetry-lovers.

Abraham Lincoln And Robert Burns

Autor: Ferenc Morton Szasz
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 0809386933
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Today the images of Robert Burns and Abraham Lincoln are recognized worldwide, yet few are aware of the connection between the two. In Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns: Connected Lives and Legends, author Ferenc Morton Szasz reveals how famed Scots poet Robert Burns—and Scotland in general—influenced the life and thought of one of the most beloved and important U.S. presidents and how the legends of the two men became intertwined after their deaths. This is the first extensive work to link the influence, philosophy, and artistry of these two larger-than-life figures. Lacking a major national poet of their own in the early nineteenth century, Americans in the fledgling frontier country ardently adopted the poignant verses and songs of Scotland’s Robert Burns. Lincoln, too, was fascinated by Scotland’s favorite son and enthusiastically quoted the Scottish bard from his teenage years to the end of his life. Szasz explores the ways in which Burns’s portrayal of the foibles of human nature, his scorn for religious hypocrisy, his plea for nonjudgmental tolerance, and his commitment to social equality helped shape Lincoln’s own philosophy of life. The volume also traces how Burns’s lyrics helped Lincoln develop his own powerful sense of oratorical rhythm, from his casual anecdotal stories to his major state addresses. Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns connects the poor-farm-boy upbringings, the quasi-deistic religious views, the shared senses of destiny, the extraordinary gifts for words, and the quests for social equality of two respected and beloved world figures. This book is enhanced by twelve illustrations and two appendixes, which include Burns poems Lincoln particularly admired and Lincoln writings especially admired in Scotland.

The Language Of Robert Burns

Autor: Alex Broadhead
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 1611485290
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This is the first monograph to focus exclusively on the language of Robert Burns. While engaging fully with up-to-date literary criticism, it makes use of theories and analytical techniques from twenty-first-century sociolinguistics in order to offer a new understanding of how Burns’s language works.

Robert Burns

Autor: Donald A. Low
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136172750
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The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling students and researchers to read for themselves, for example, comments on early performances of Shakespeare's plays, or reactions to the first publication of Jane Austen's novels. The carefully selected sources range from landmark essays in the history of criticism to journalism and contemporary opinion, and little published documentary material such as letters and diaries. Significant pieces of criticism from later periods are also included, in order to demonstrate the fluctuations in an author's reputation. Each volume contains an introduction to the writer's published works, a selected bibliography, and an index of works, authors and subjects.

Poems And Songs

Autor: Robert Burns
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486114163
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DIVTreasury of 43 works: "The Cotter's Saturday Night," "To a Mountain Daisy," "To a Mouse," "To a Louse," "Tam o' Shanter," "Comin' Thro' the Rye," many more. Lists of titles and first lines. Extensive glossary. /div

Poems Of Robert Burns Selected By Ian Rankin

Autor: Robert Burns
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1846141168
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Robert Burns was a farmer's boy from Ayrshire who went on to be the most acclaimed of all Scottish poets, celebrated around the world. This selection by Ian Rankin of verses and lyrics by the 'Heaven-taught ploughman' reveals Burns as a writer of tremendous imaginative sympathy with an easy, astonishing command of both standard English and the evocative Scots tongue. It also gives free rein to his incredible range - with poems gripping and fantastical, profound and political, romantic and bawdy. Truly the best of the Scottish Bard.

Robert Burns Woodward

Autor: Otto Theodor Benfey
Publisher: Chemical Heritage Foundation
ISBN: 9780941901253
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Robert Burns Woodward was the star of 20th-century organic chemistry. An MIT graduate by age 19, Woodward's ingenious notions about organic synthesis and his artful methodology were astounding. He is most famed for his synthesis of vitamin B12, which he undertook with Albert Eschenmoser, and for the orbital symmetry rules he developed with Roald Hoffmann. This volume presents Woodward's most celebrated papers and lectures--including the famous Cope lecture. Insightful commentaries and rarely seen photographs are also included.

Complete Poems And Songs Of Robert Burns

Autor: Robert Burns
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545315309
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This glorious anthology is a complete compendium of all poems and songs written by Scotland's iconic national poet - Robert Burns. Arranged according to the date they were written, this anthology contains both famous and lesser known works by Burns. Written in his distinct style, replete with slang and terminology native to his homeland, the poet covers subjects such as love, longing, celebration, politics and emotional expression. Deeply enthralled by the folk history of Scotland, Burns set about finding and collating texts which he used for inspiration; this lifelong effort proved beneficent to both his work, and for the wider recording of Scottish history. To this day, Burns' poem Auld Lang Syne is sung around the world at the moment the New Year arrives, as a celebration of the greathearted attitude to life and its trials the verses promote. Other poems, such as A Man's A Man For A' That, are celebrated for their heartfelt depth of sentiment and lyrical beauty. Known for his staunch views against poverty, which were expressed both in his poems and his letters in standard English, Burns abides as an early source of inspiration for both liberal and democratic socialist movements in the UK. The Scottish traditions of alleviating poverty and ensuring a decent standard of living is available as widely as possible can be traced back to the indignation of Burns and other, like-minded people of his time at the squalid conditions endured by the poor. Over the years since his death at the age of thirty-seven in 1796, Burns has enjoyed a steady rise in popularity and renown, having inspired countless poets and writers. Today, he is affectionately referred by the monikers such as Rabbie Burns or The Bard of Ayrshire. On statues, in schools and universities, and by many a scholar and Scot, Burns lauded as Scotland's national poet and one of the finest Scotsmen to have ever lived. As mentioned, this book arranges the life work of Burns by year. As such it may be referenced at random, or read sequentially to gain an impression of how the young artist's talents developed. Although Robert Burns died at only thirty-seven, he lived an adventurous, daring life and was a keen critic never shy of expressing his views: many of his poems contain acerbic criticisms of late-18th century society and its politics.