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by Jacob Korg

  • Author: Jacob Korg
  • ISBN: 0773495339
  • ISBN13: 978-0773495333
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (September 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 100
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George Gissing's Essay on Robert Burns: A Previously Unpublished Manuscript ePub download

A previously unpublished manuscript, this essay was part of the record Gissing compiled while a student at Owens College, Manchester. Written at the age of 15, it reflects an excellent knowledge of Burns' life and work.

A previously unpublished manuscript, this essay was part of the record Gissing compiled while a student at Owens College, Manchester. While it does not reveal anything new, it is of value as an indication of Gissing's mind in youth, and also accurately reflects the Victorian attitude toward Burns. This volume includes a selection of Burns's poems. Download George Gissing's Essay on Robert Burns: A Previously Unpublished Manuscript free.

A previously unpublished manuscript, this essay was part of the record Gissing compiled while a student at Owens . George Robert Gissing was an English novelist who published twenty-three novels between 1880 and 1903. From his early naturalistic works, he developed into one of the most accomplished realists of the late-Victorian era. Books by George Gissing. Mor. rivia About George Gissing's.

ISBN: 0773495339 Author: Gissing, George, 1857-1903. Publication & Distribution: Lewiston, . E. Mellen Press, (c)1992. Author: Burns, Robert, 1759-1796.

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This page discusses the Poet, Robert Burns's career as an exciseman in Dumfries. Burns's requests for some influence to be exerted must have worked because he was put on the roll and when the call came in the late summer of 1788 he started work as an Exciseman

This page discusses the Poet, Robert Burns's career as an exciseman in Dumfries. Burns's requests for some influence to be exerted must have worked because he was put on the roll and when the call came in the late summer of 1788 he started work as an Exciseman. At first he must have been doing OK because in September 1789, he was appointed Excise Officer for Dumfries. Later, in February 1792 he was promoted to the Dumfries Port Division, an appointment that carried a salary of £50 per annum.

The book was quickly recognised as the work of an important talent. View images from this item (4). Usage terms Public Domain. Burns was an enthusiastic participant: anti-clerical satires like ‘Holy Willie’s Prayer’ circulated in manuscript through these networks, themselves an alternative source of social authority to the Kirk; and verse epistles like those addressed to John Lapraik dramatise within Burns’s work their empowering sociability.

A previously unpublished manuscript, this essay was part of the record Gissing compiled while a student at Owens College, Manchester. Written at the age of 15, it reflects an excellent knowledge of Burns' life and work. While it does not reveal anything new, it is of value as an indication of Gissing's mind in youth, and also accurately reflects the Victorian attitude toward Burns. This volume includes a selection of Burns's poems.