Robert Burns represented the true Scotsman who openly expressed himself. He often talked of love and how love is represented, the Church as a whole and how it was corrupted, and how the rich and poor of society was totally differently. Most critics say that the Church was Robert Burns' favorite subject to write about. However, I feel that society was his favorite subject. In this poetry he represented the middle-class of society.
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defined by his piety and his industry, his wife is defined by her thrift and devotion, and their children and defined by their modesty and obedience.
Robert Burns was taken during the prime of his life. He wrote poems for the people and represented the people of the middle-class Scotland. Burns may have influenced a few American writers. Burns spoke of things that many Scotsman were thinking and then allowed the Scotsman to speak freely.