Robert Burns

Quick Facts

Full NameRobert Burns
Birth Date25 January 1759
BirthplaceAlloway, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death Date21 July 1796
Place of DeathDumfries, Scotland
Resting PlaceBurns Mausoleum, Dumfries
NicknameRabbie Burns
OccupationPoet, Lyricist, Farmer, Excise-man
LanguageScots language
Literary MovementRomanticism
Notable Works“Auld Lang Syne,” “To a Mouse,” “A Man’s a Man for A’ That,” “Ae Fond Kiss,” “Tam O’Shanter,” “Scots Wha Hae,” “Halloween,” “The Battle of Sherramuir”
Notable AwardsMilitary Service
SpouseJean Armour
ParentsWilliam Burnes, Agnes Broun

Robert Burns Books

Book TitleYear
Robert Burns: Poems
Poems of Robert Burns
Kilmarnock volume1786
The Works of Robert Burns
The Life and Works of Robert Burns
The merry muses1911
The letters of Robert Burns1972
Scottish Poems of Robert Burns in His Native Dialect
The Works of Robert Burns: With His Life
Poems&Songs by Robert Burns. With Original Illustrations
The Complete Works of Robert Burns
Harvard on the Beach: The Complete 71 Volumes of Harvard…2020
The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns
Pictures & Portraits, of the Life and Land of Burns
The Poetical Works of Robert Burns
The Poetical Works Of Robert Burns: With A Sketch Of The…
The Poetical Works of Robert Burns, Including Several P…
The National Burns Volume 1
100 Selected Poems, Robert Burns

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