Works with a theme of hypocrisy (15)

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  1. Phyllis Logan

    Address To The Unco Guid

    “O ye wha are sae guid yoursel' ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Phyllis Logan

  2. John Sessions

    Epistle To The Rev. John M'math

    “While at the stook the shearers cow'r ...”

    An epistle written in 1785 and performed by John Sessions

  3. John Sessions

    Epitaph On Holy Willie

    “Here Holy Willie's sair worn clay ...”

    An epitaph written in 1785 and performed by John Sessions

  4. Liz Lochhead

    Extempore - On being shown a beautiful Country seat belonging to Maxwell of Cardoness

    “We grant they're thine, those beauties all ...”

    An epigram written in 1794 and performed by Liz Lochhead

  5. John Bett

    Lines Written on a window at the King's Arms Tavern, Dumfries

    “Ye men of wit and wealth, why all this sneering ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by John Bett

  6. Tom Fleming

    O Tibbie, I Hae Seen The Day

    “O Tibbie, I hae seen the day ...”

    A song written in 1771-9 and performed by Tom Fleming

  7. Joyce Falconer

    Rusticity's ungainly Form

    “Rusticity's ungainly form ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Joyce Falconer

  8. John Sessions

    Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation

    “Fareweel to a' our Scottish fame ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by John Sessions

  9. Vivien Heilbron

    The Book Worms

    “Through and through th' inspir'd leaves, ...”

    An epigram performed by Vivien Heilbron

  10. Vivien Heilbron

    The Holy Fair

    “Upon a simmer Sunday morn ...”

    A poem written in 1785 and performed by Vivien Heilbron

  11. Liam Brennan

    The Keekin Glass

    “How daur ye ca' me 'Howlet-face', ...”

    A poem written in 1791 and performed by Liam Brennan

  12. John Bett

    The Toadeater

    “No more of your titled acquaintances boast ...”

    A poem performed by John Bett

  13. Maureen Beattie

    The Twa Herds

    “O a' ye pious godly flocks ...”

    A poem written in 1784 and performed by Maureen Beattie

  14. Douglas Henshall

    Verses addressed to J Ranken

    “I am a keeper of the law ...”

    A poem written in 1785 and performed by Douglas Henshall

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