Between Ourselves

The six months that Robert Burns spent in Edinburgh, between the Aryshire years and the short lived maturity in Dumfries, were an intense time in the life of a poet who became a Scottish hero Burns is an icon, but he is a flawed one The great bard was fond of drink, women and over familiar with Edinburgh s underworld He was often conflicted with crippling self doubt aboThe six months that Robert Burns spent in Edinburgh, between the Aryshire years and the short lived maturity in Dumfries, were an intense time in the life of a poet who became a Scottish hero Burns is an icon, but he is a flawed one The great bard was fond of drink, women and over familiar with Edinburgh s underworld He was often conflicted with crippling self doubt about his talents and bitter about his place in society During his short time in Edinburgh, Burns had dealings with the infamous Deacon Brodie was struck by inspiration and failed by his muse and, fell in love with two unavailable women and bedded many than that While never straying from accepted Burns history, this remarkable novel imagines the life of Burns in those months to discover the flesh and blood man behind the legend.
Between Ourselves The six months that Robert Burns spent in Edinburgh between the Aryshire years and the short lived maturity in Dumfries were an intense time in the life of a poet who became a Scottish hero Burns is

  • Title: Between Ourselves
  • Author: DonaldSmith
  • ISBN: 9781906307929
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
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