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Robert Burns & 18th Century Scotland  

A rapid reference guide to online and other sources about Robert Burns
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2015 URL: http://guides.library.sc.edu/RobertBurns Print Guide

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What Burns Wrote

  • Poems and Songs
    The words for all Burns’s poems and songs are available (with audiofiles and brief commentary) from BBC Scotland

Letters

Robert Burns was a great letter-writer, but the only on-line editions vary in completeness and in the sources from which they draw: see e.g.

Quick Background Information: Works, People, Places

For short entries on Burns’s individual works, friends, and places, see the Burns Encyclopedia, linked below (but note links on later pages of this guide to Burns places and biographical sources).

 

Robert Burns

From a crayon drawing of Robert Burns, by Archibald Skirving (1749-1819)

Questions

If you have already checked the on-line Burns Encyclopedia (see adjacent box), or other relevant sources in this guide, and not found the answer you need, then contact one of the following:

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