The Wind That Shakes the Barley
A Novel of the Life and Loves of Robert BurnsBook - 1974
Here is the story of Burns, rich in human drama, redolent not of academic cloisters but of the cottage hearth, the country tavern, the breezy upland farms and the windswept moors of Ayrshire. This is the first volume of a great and significant work of fiction covers twenty-five years of Burns' life, that is the boyhood and early manhood amid the grinding poverty of his father's home.
Publisher: London : Collins, 1974.
Characteristics: 384 p.
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