Robert Burns

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The cancelled working manuscript of the song Ye Jacobites by Name was written by Robert Burns in 1791 in the inflammatory early period of the French Revolution - if published, the revoluti
The National Library of Scotland’s Shakespeare First Folio is now on display alongside a new selection of items as part of its revolving ‘Treasures of the National Library of Scotland’ exhibition.
An astonishing discovery found at a 13th century Scottish castle has shed new light on the day-to-day domestic life of Robert Burns and his family, academics at the
Twelve original manuscripts written by Robert Burns, which have just come into the care of conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland, will go on display this January as part of a new exh
To celebrate all things Scots poetry ahead of the celebrations for 2023’s Burns Night (January 25), VisitScotland has
The interest in handwritten song lyrics continues to rise, with two song lyrics by
Connecticut — The online preview to latest US sale will run from the 27th July until the 3rd Au
London – Earlier this year, Sotheby’s announced that the manuscripts, first editions, letters and bindings that make up the legendary Honresfield Library -- assembled with passion by self-made Vict
The Scottish poet Robert Burns was exhumed twice, and the second time, an illustrated publication marked the morbid event.