The Bruce: or The Book of the Most Excellent and Noble Prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots. Part 2

The Bruce: or The Book of the Most Excellent and Noble Prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots. Part 2

John Barbour Walter W. Skeat / Dec 10, 2019

The Bruce or The Book of the Most Excellent and Noble Prince Robert de Broyss King of Scots Part Edited by Walter W Skeat This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of a edition by N Tr bner Co London

  • Title: The Bruce: or The Book of the Most Excellent and Noble Prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots. Part 2
  • Author: John Barbour Walter W. Skeat
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 186
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  • Edited by Walter W Skeat This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of a 1874 edition by N Tr bner Co London.

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      • John Barbour Walter W. Skeat

        John Barbour c.1320 13 March 1395 was a Scottish poet and the first major named literary figure to write in Scots.His principal surviving work is the historical verse romance, The Brus The Bruce , and his reputation from this poem is such that other long works in Scots which survive from the period are sometimes thought to be by him He is known to have written a number of other works, but other titles definitely ascribed to his authorship, such as The Stewartis Oryginalle Genealogy of the Stewarts and The Brut Brutus , are now lost.Barbour was latterly Archdeacon of the Kirk of St Machar in Aberdeen He also studied in Oxford and Paris Although he was a man of the church, his surviving writing is strongly secular in both tone and themes His principal patron was Robert II and evidence of his promotion and movements before Robert Stewart came to power as king tend to suggest that Barbour acted politically on the future king s behalf.


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