This issue of our specialist Robert Burns pocket diary is entitled “Burns in Russia” and carries 32 printed pages that relate to the connection of Burns with the people of this large country.
In the early 1800s, the aristocracy of Russia discovered Burns and a few Russian poets translated his works.
In the 1900s the Soviets adored him and his fame grew right across the USSR. Burns’ poetry and songs are now part of the school curriculum.
The diary is beautifully produced in a padded gold blocked cover with gold page edges, metal corners, perforated inside pages, silk ribbon marker and is available in navy blue and burgundy covers.
A quality gift! Reduced from £5.99 to £3.99