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Coffee drinkers to get taste of Scottish poetry [Scotland]:
COFFEE drinkers can turn into culture vultures when they visit a poetry-themed coffee shop set to open on the Canongate.

The new branch of Starbucks is to offer customers the chance to browse Scottish poetry books in store, as well as read Robert Burns verses inscribed on the walls. [...]
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At 4:52 PM, Blogger Jehza replied:

It's a shame when Starbuck's is doing better by Scottish poetry than Blackwells and other major booksellers in Scotland.

Though, it won't even approach the excellence of Word Power - The Radical Bookshop.    



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