Surveys the career of the Scottish-Canadian poet Alexander McLachlan (1820-1896), the "Robert Burns of Canada," examining both his political poems, which are shown to have continuing interest, and his often-sentimental emigrant poetry and poems about Scottish life.
Cowan, Edward J.
"Alexander McLachlan: the "Robert Burns" of Canada,"
Studies in Scottish Literature:
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