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Crawford, Thomas, Burns: A Study of the Poems and Songs, Stanford, CA:Stanford University Press, 1960. Daiches, David, "The Identity of Burns," in Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature: Essays in Honor of Alan Dugald McKillop, edited by Carroll Cam den, The University of Chicago Press, 1963, pp. 323-40.

Fitzhugh, Robert, Robert Burns, The Man and the Poet: A Round, Unvarnished Account, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1970.

Smith, Iain Crichton, "The Lyrics of Robert Burns," in The Art of Robert Burns, edited by R. S. Jack and Andrew Noble, Vision Press, 1982, pp. 22-35.

Snyder, Franklyn Bliss, Robert Burns: His Personality, His Reputation and His Art, 1936, reprinted by Kennikat Press, 1970.

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