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Robert Burns

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Kevin Vickers

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Robert Burns

Burns exemplifies all things Scottish.
He had regular schooling, but much
of his education came from his father.
He met James Johnson, and later
decided to preserve old Scot songs.
A letter from Robert Burns to John Murdoch, 1783.
In this letter to his childhood tutor, Burns
mentions books that interested him.
Scotland was his biggest inspiration.
Robert Burns
January 25, 1759 – July 21, 1796
"I was born a very poor man’s son."
Robert Burns Mausoleum
Robert Burns 250th
Anniversary, Glasgow
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By: Kevin Vickers
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Robert Burns Day
So what?
?
John Murdoch
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