(LARGE PRINT EDITION) 1888. Blackie, a Scottish scholar and man of
letters, writes about the life of Robert Burns, the Scottish poet
whose great popularity with the Scots lay in his ability to depict
with loving accuracy the life of his fellow rural countrymen. His
use of dialect brought a stimulating, much-needed freshness and
raciness into English poetry. While largely written about Scots,
his poems have universal appeal. See other titles by this author
available from Kessinger Publishing.
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