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Additional Resources for A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

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Hill, John C, The Love Songs andHeroines of Robert Burns,

London: J.M. Dent and Sons, Ltd., 1961.

Hill's book gives a good sense of Burns the man and of his view of romance by exploring the poems that he wrote for particular women, with biographical background material.

Kinsley, James, ed., The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, volumes I—III, Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1960. This is the most comprehensive collection of all that Burns wrote: three volumes, each more than 1500 pages, with extensive explanations and references given for each of the works.

Rogers, Charles, Book of Robert Burns: Genealogical and Historical Memoirs of the Poet, His Associates and Those Celebrated in His Writing, AMS Press, 1988.

This scholarly work gives a detailed explanation of the poet's life and his influences.

Smith, Ian Crichton, "The Lyrics of Robert Burns," in The Art of Robert Burns, edited by R. D...

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