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Edwin Muir was an Orcadian poet, novelist and translator, born on a farm in Deerness on the Orkney Islands. He is remembered for his deeply felt and vivid poetry in plain language with few stylistic preoccupations.

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List of poems by Edwin Muir 24 total

The Castle
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Circle and Square 135 Views
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Merlin
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The Killing
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Robert the Bruce (To Douglas in Dying)
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The Animals
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Horses
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Scotland's Winter
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The Child Dying
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Reading in Wartime
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The Fathers
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The Incarnate One
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They Could Not Tell Me Who Should Be My Lord
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The Days
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The Confirmation
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The Angel and the Girl
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Abraham
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The Horses
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The Transfiguration
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In Love For Long
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Scotland 1941
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The Combat
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The Good Man in Hell
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The Little General
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