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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Robert Burns.
See also changes related to Robert Burns, or pages that link to Robert Burns or to this page or whose text contains "Robert Burns".


Parent topics

  • Scotland [r]: A country that forms the northernmost part of the United Kingdom; population about 5,200,000. [e]
  • Literature [r]: The profession of “letters” (from Latin litteras), and written texts considered as aesthetic and expressive objects. [e]
  • Poetry [r]: A form of literary work which uses rhythm, metre, and sound elements (such as assonance or dissonance) to structure, amplify, and in some instances supplant the literal meanings of words. [e]
  • Edinburgh [r]: The capital of Scotland. [e]

Subtopics

  • Burns supper [r]: a ceremonial event to celebrate the birth of Robert Burns on the evening of January 25th, known as Burns Night. [e]

Other related topics

  • Auld Reekie [r]: Old nickname for Edinburgh, Scotland, meaning old smokey. [e]
  • Allan Ramsay (1686–1758) [r]: Poet who wrote mainly in the Scots vernacular, and is best known for his pastoral verse-play "The Gentle Shepherd". [e]
  • Robert Fergusson [r]: (1750 - 1774) Scottish poet whose verse inspired Robert Burns. [e]
  • James Currie [r]: (1756-1805) The first editor and first major biographer of Robert Burns, and believed to be responsible for the probably inaccurate account of Burns as a feckless alcoholic. [e]
  • Thomas Blacklock [r]: (1721 - 1791) The"blind poet", an early supporter of Robert Burns. [e]
  • James Tytler [r]: (1745-1804) notably feckless and debt ridden Scottish writer, who was the first Briton to travel in a hot-air balloon, [e]
  • Satire [r]: The art of exposing human vice and folly. [e]