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  • Burns Country
    Online reference to Robert Burns, the 18th century Romantic poet known as the Bard of Scotland. Includes a Burns encyclopedia, collected poems, and translations into German, French, Spanish, and American English.
    www.robertburns.org
  • Wikipedia: Robert Burns
    Profile of Robert Burns, the 18th century Romantic poet known for his use of Scottish phrases and dialects. Read about Burns' life, his poems and songs, and his influence on poets today. With a list of dedicated organizations and societies.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Burns
  • Burns National Heritage Park
    Museum and park in Alloway, Scotland, the birthplace of famous 18th century poet Robert Burns. Includes a guide to the park, a biography of Burns, and activity sheets for teachers and educators.
    www.burnsheritagepark.com
  • Auld Lang Syne@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../New_Year/Auld_Lang_Syne
  • World Burns Club
    Robert Burns facts and poems for both the beginner and the knowledgeable Burnsian. Features Burns Club membership information, tips for holding your own Burns Supper, and online letters and poems by the Bard of Scotland.
    www.worldburnsclub.com
  • Ellisland Farm
    Former home of 18th century poet Robert Burns, Ellisland Farm is now a museum and visitor attraction. Find facts about Burns, the Bard of Scotland, or find online versions of some of his famous poems. With directions and visitor information.
    www.ellislandfarm.co.uk
  • Burns Howff Club
    Society celebrating the life, works, and legacy of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. Find out about Burns Howff Club's history, events, and members.
    www.burnshowffclub.org
  • Alexandria Burns Club
    Society celebrating poet Robert Burns in Alexandria, Scotland. Find out about club membership, or learn about yearly events such as Burns Night Supper and St. Andrews Night Dinner. With a short biography of Burns and selected works.
    www.robertburns.org.uk
  • Bartleby.com: Robert Burns
    Collected works of Robert Burns, the popular 18th century Scottish poet known for works such as Auld Lang Syne. Includes Burns poems, songs, and quotations.
    www.bartleby.com/people/Burns-Ro.html
  • Robert Burns, 1759-1796
    Online version of the bicentenary exhibit of works by and about Robert Burns, the 18th century poet. Includes Burns' early editions, personal letters, and favorite reading. From the G. Ross Roy Collection of Burnsiana and Scottish Literature.
    www.sc.edu/library/spcoll/britlit/burns/burns.html
  • Sibbald, David - Speaking as Robert Burns
    Tribute to Scottish poet Robert Burns from the Glasgow Burns Association. Includes frequently asked questions about the poet, analyses of Burns poems, and facts about his life and times.
    www.robertburns.plus.com
  • Poets.org: Robert Burns
    Short biography of Robert Burns, the Scottish poet known for verses such as Tam o' Shanter and Auld Lang Syne. With sample Burns poems, a selected bibliography, and links to further reading.
    www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/709
  • James Boswell & Robert Burns: Sons of Ayrshire
    Provides information and background on James Boswell, Robert Burns, and literature in 18th century Scotland. With portraits of the poets, as well as two works by each.
    loki.stockton.edu/~kinsellt/litresources/ayr/title2.html
  • Irvine Burns Club
    Museum and club in Irvine, Scotland, where poet Robert Burns lived in 1781. Learn about Burns' life as a young flax farmer, or read about the Club's history and collection of Burns memorabilia.
    www.irvineburnsclub.org
  • Wikiquote: Robert Burns
    Quotes from the poems and writings of Robert Burns, the 18th century Scottish poet known for his Scots dialect. Submitted by Wikiquote users.
    en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Robert_Burns
  • British Poets and the French Revolution: Robert Burns
    Essay about the politics of Robert Burns, the 18th century Scottish poet. Discusses Burns' early life, Republican ideals, and reaction to the French Revolution.
    www.marxist.com/ArtAndLiterature/british_poets5.html
  • Robert Burns Biography
    Read about the life of Robert Burns, the 18th century poet famous for his verses in Scots dialect. Learn about Burns' childhood, education, love life, and religious views. From the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography.
    www.uua.org/uuhs/duub/articles/robertburns.html
  • Rabbie Without a Cause?
    2002 article about modern controversy over the politics of Robert Burns, the 18th century Scottish poet. Discusses some researchers' theory that Burns produced radical but anonymous verses in the years before his death.
    observer.guardian.co.uk/focus/story/0,6903,636455,00.html
 


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