An Essay on Burns: With Selected Poems by Robert Burns
Thomas Carlyle (1795 - 1881) was a Sottish philosopher, satirical writer, historian, teacher and essayist. He is best known for his book "The French Revolution: A History," which is said to be the inspiration for Charles Dickens' novel, "A Tale of Two Cities."
"An Essay on Burns" contains Carlyle's analysis of selected Robert Burns poems, including such classics as "To a Mouse" and "To a Mountain Daisy."
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- PDF | 138 pages
- Robert Burns(Author) Thomas Carlyle(Author) Julian W. Abernethy(Editor)
- Wildside Press; Facsimile Reprint ed. edition (25 July 2016)
- Poetry, Drama & Criticism
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