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'In the later twentieth century Robert Burns was sorely in need of commentators to provide fuller analysis of a figure whose cultural reputation too often overshadowed his literary achievement. The brilliance of David Daiches as a literary critic filled much of the gap. His readings are a cornerstone of modern Burns studies.' Gerry Carruthers, Director, Centre for Robert Burns Studies, University of Glasgow An Edinburgh graduate in the 1930s, the early part of David Daiches' long and distinguished academic career was spent ...

Robert Burns 2009, Zeticula, Glasgow

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Robert Burns 1981, HarperCollins Distribution Services

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Robert Burns 1966, HarperCollins Distribution Services

ISBN-13: 9780233958057

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