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Lost and found – Burns' hidden poems make it into collection: [UK]:
MISSING verses by Robert Burns to his great muse, Clarinda, are among five 'rediscovered' poems now attributed to the national bard.

A 42-line manuscript that the poet addressed to the woman he called 'mistress of my soul' has been unearthed by Professor Robert Crawford, one of Scotland's leading literary scholars.

The verses, My Steps Fate on a Mad Conjuncture Thrust, are published in a new collection of Burns' poetry and prose co-edited by Prof Crawford.
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