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Analysis of
Burns Poems

Analysis of

Tam o'Shanter
Holy Willie's Prayer
Address to a Haggis
Love and Liberty, The Jolly Beggars
The Cotter's Saturday Night
To A Mouse
To a Louse
To A Mountain Daisy
Scotch Drink
Death and Dr Hornbook
Address to the Deil
Epistle to Davie
The First Epistle to John Lapraik
The Holy Fair.
The Death and Dying Words of Poor Mailie
Mary Morison.
Auld Lang Syne

Ae Fond Kiss
My Love is Like a Red, Red, Rose

Scots Wha Hae
Is There for Honest Poverty

Green Grow the Rashes O
Comin'Thro' the Rye
My Hearts in the Highlands

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