What are Robert Burns' most famous poems?


What are Robert Burns' most famous poems?

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Poet Robert Burns was born in 1759 in Alloway, Scotland. In Burns' honor, the Soviet Union crafted a commemorative stamp on the 160th anniversary of his death in 1956.

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A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns: Summary & Analysis


Chapter 2 / Lesson 19

In the poem ~'A Red, Red Rose,~' by Robert Burns, the Scottish narrator compares his ~'Luve~' to flowers and music, promising her his devotion until the world physically falls apart. In this summary and analysis of the poem, learn why Burns is classified as a ~'makar~' poet and how he used geological references to uniquely symbolize enduring love.

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