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The best laid schemes : selected poetry and prose of Robert Burns

Auteur: Robert Burns; Robert Crawford; C J M MacLachlan
Uitgever: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2009.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : Gemengde vorm : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"There are more statues of Robert Burns in the United States than there are of any American poet. Scotland's favorite poet has been loved by generations of Americans--from Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman to Robert Frost, Maya Angelou, and Bob Dylan. Now this book makes Burns's greatest poetry more accessible to American readers than ever before. Newly edited from manuscripts and early printed texts, this...  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: English literature
Poetry
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Robert Burns; Robert Crawford; C J M MacLachlan
ISBN: 9780691142944 0691142947 9780691142951 0691142955
OCLC-nummer: 368085137
Beschrijving: xxxvii, 271 pages ; 24 cm
Inhoud: Poems. My father was a farmer --
To ruin --
The death and dying words of poor Mailie, the author's own pet yowe, an unco mornfu' tale --
Poor Mailie's elegy --
Mary Morison --
On a noisy polemic --
For the author's father --
A fragment [When Guilford Good our pilot stood] --
Address to the Unco Guid, or the rigidly righteous --
O leave novels --
Green grow the rashes : a fragment --
Epistle to Davie, a brother poet --
Holy Willie's prayer --
Death and Doctor Hornbook : a true story --
Epistle to J. L[aprai]k, an old Scotch bard --
The vision --
To a mouse --
The holy fair --
The twa dogs, a tale --
The Cotter's Saturday night --
Address to the Deil --
Brose and butter --
To a louse --
A cantata [Love and liberty or The jolly beggars] --
On a Scotch bard gone to the West Indies --
To the author [Second epistle to Davie] --
[Lines written on a Bank of Scotland one guinea note] --
[Address to Beelzebub] --
A dream --
The brigs of Ayr : a poem --
The northern lass --
Address to Edinburgh --
To a haggis --
A fragment [There was a lad] --
[Inscribed around Fergusson's portrait] --
[Lines on Fergusson] --
Written by somebody on the window of an inn at Stirling on seeing the royal palace in ruins --
Ca' the ewes to the Knowes [first version] --
I love my Jean --
O, were I on Parnassus Hill --
Tam Glen --
Auld Lang Syne --
Louis what reck I by thee --
Robin Shure in Hairst --
Nine inch will please a lady --
Afton water --
[Epistle to Dr. Blacklock] --
On Captn. Grose's present peregrinations through Scotland collecting the antiquities of that kingdom --
My love she's but a lassie yet --
My heart's in the highlands --
John Anderson my Jo --
Tam o'Shanter : a tale --
The banks o'Doon --
Ae fond kiss --
Such a parcel of rogues in a nation --
The de'el's awa wi' th' exciseman --
Highland Mary --
The rights of woman --
Why should na poor people mow --
Whistle & I'll come to you my lad --
Ode [for General Washington's birthday] --
Bruce to his troops on the eve of the Battle of Bannock-burn --
Act sederunt o' the court o' session --
A red red rose --
Ca' the yowes to the Knowes [second version] --
For a' that & a' that --
The Dumfries volunteers --
The heron ballads I --
To the tooth-ach --
[Oh wert though in the cauld blast] --
The solemn league and covenant --
The Selkirk grace --
Tam Lin --
Comin thro' the rye --
Charlie he's my darling --
The trogger --
The tree of liberty --
Rediscovered poems. Logie o' Buchan --
I courted a lassie --
My steps fate on a mad conjuncture thrust --
Here is to the king, sir --
Tho' life's gay scenes delight no more --
Prose. Five extracts from Burns's First commonplace book, 1783-85 --
Preface [To Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, 1786] --
Dedication [To Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, 1787] --
Extract from Burns's journal of his border tour --
Letter to Dr. John Moore, 2 August 1787 --
Letter to Agnes McLehose, 19 January 1788 --
Letter to Agnes McLehose, 25 January 1788 --
Letter to Robert Ainslie, 3 March 1788 --
Extract from a letter to Burns from Agnes McLehose --
Letter to Dr. John Moore, 4 January 1789 --
Extracts from a letter to Mrs. Frances Dunlop of Dunlop, 12 January 1795 --
Letter to James Armour, 10 July 1796.
Andere titels: Works.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Robert Crawford and Christopher MacLachlan.

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