Robert Burns

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Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796),was a Scottish poet and lyricist and is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland. His image graces many a tin of shortbread and not a few bottles of whisky. He’s hard to avoid amid the tartanry of the gift shops on Edinburgh’s Princes Street. For two centuries following his death, Burns was a familiar and safe image of Scottish identity and ... of course Robert Burns would vote for Scottish independence.. ;-)

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