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The Ultimate Guide To Robert Burns

The Scots Magazine presents The Ultimate Guide To Robert Burns! Discover Scotland’s National Bard


You’ll find everything you need know about Scotland’s National Bard in these pages – brought you by the team behind the world’s oldest publication still in publication, The Scots Magazine.

Discover what life was like in 18th century Scotland, read Burns’s first draft of Auld Lang Syne from 1788, and celebrate Burns Night.

You will also learn how to host your own Burns Supper with recipes, interesting Scots language translations, little-known facts about the bard, and how this humble ploughman became one of the world’s best-loved poets.


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