1820 The Works of Robert Burns
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Illustrated, Leather Binding
In a half calf Sotheran binding.
Complete in four volumes.
The eighth edition of this work.
A collection of the poetry of the Scots poet Robert Burns.
Robert Burns was an influential Scottish poet of the eighteenth century. He was a pioneer of the Romantic movement, and has remained a significant cultural icon in Scotland. His best known poem is 'Auld Land Syne', which is sung at Hogmanay.
Also with an account of his life, a criticism of his writings, and some observations on the character and condition of the Scottish peasantry.
Volume I illustrated with a frontispiece, three plates, and one folding plate.
Volume II illustrated with a frontispiece.
Volume III illustrated with a frontispiece, and seven plates.
Volume IV illustrated with a frontispiece, and three plates.
Account of his life and comments on the Scottish peasantry by James Currie.
With notes and additions by Gilbert Burns.
In a Sotheran bound half calf binding with cloth to the boards. Externally, smart. Spines and joints are a little faded. A few light marks to the boards. Light wear to the extremities. A little rubbing to the head of the spines. A few spots to the fore edges. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean with some spots.
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