A Red, Red Rose
by Robert Burns
A Red, Red Rose Resources
About Robert Burns, that is. We can't help you with the rest of the world's knowledge… Oh wait. Yes we can.
Read it (e-)cover to (e-)cover. You know you want to.
All the deets on their national hero.
Where the magic began.
These Burns lovers mean business.
Get the skinny on your new favorite bard.
This essay interweaves Burns's poetry with his personal life to create a fascinating tale of the making of the bard.
Another famous Scot tackles the poem in song form, with the help of a synthesizer.
The same song, American-style.
This version hails from an album of renditions of exclusively Burns songs.
Hear the poem the way it was meant to be heard.
Chances are you may have stumbled across this famous portrait of the bard, especially if you're a Burns fan already.
A cool, cubist looking pic of Burns, which is based on a famous painting.
A drawing of the room in which Burns died in 1796, for your daily dose of morbidity.
His awesome book in all its glory.
There are a billion Burns statues out there, but this one's our favorite.