Love Songs of Scotland: Jewels of the Tender Passion Selected from the Writings of Burns, Tannahill, Scott, Ramsay, Lady Nairne, MacNeill, Jamieson, Hogg, Douglas, Allan, and Others (Classic Reprint)

Love Songs of Scotland: Jewels of the Tender Passion Selected from the Writings of Burns, Tannahill, Scott, Ramsay, Lady Nairne, MacNeill, Jamieson, Hogg, Douglas, Allan, and Others (Classic Reprint)


Love Songs of Scotland: Jewels of the Tender Passion Selected from the Writings of Burns, Tannahill, Scott, Ramsay, Lady Nairne, MacNeill, Jamieson, Hogg, Douglas, Allan, and Others (Classic Reprint)

 


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Robert W Douglas

  • Author: Robert W Douglas
  • Type: DjVu format
  • Pages: 248 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333499518
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from Love Songs of Scotland: Jewels of the Tender Passion Selected From the Writings of Burns, Tannahill, Scott, Ramsay, Lady Nairne, Macneill, Jamieson, Hogg, Douglas, Allan, and Others This unpretentious collection of Scottish Love Songs is intended to form a compan ion volume to the Love Songs of France, which has received considerable favor from the public, both in this country and abroad.

    It is hoped that the Love Songs of Scot land will not prove less acceptable than the former work, although, of course, there are many more collections of Scottish poetry before the English-speaking public than of French. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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