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“But to claim authorship of the poem would have lessened its authenticity in the eyes of Burns, who relished his own reputation as a "heaven-taught ploughman.”
“The Edinburgh literati worked to sentimentalise Burns during his life and after his death, dismissing his education by calling him a “heaven-taught ploughman.””
“Thou, with the heaven-taught bard, in peace resort”
“For they, with a heaven-taught affection, willingly gave me what they abounded with from Thee.”
“Thrice hail, thou heaven-taught warbler, last and best”
“And so, since he is a heaven-taught man, we must listen while he speaks and give heed to his entreaties.”
“She looked right in his eyes: his met hers steady and hard as flints, and through the blind passion of her look he saw her soul leap up, appealing, piteous, and by heaven-taught instinct, he answered that.”
“The writer of that song was, like Caedmon long ago, a son of the soil, he, too, was a "heaven-taught ploughman.”
“(17091773) 4111For his chaste Muse employd her heaven-taught lyre”
“(17091773) 1For his chaste Muse employd her heaven-taught lyre”
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