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  1. An Early Victorian Album: The Photographic Masterpieces (1843-1847) of David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson by Roy Strong, 1976
  2. The photographs of David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson by David Octavius Hill, 1987
  3. Robert Adamson: Selected Poems : 1970-1989 (UQP poetry) by Robert Adamson, 1990-12
  4. A Centenary Exhibition of the Work of David Octavius Hill 1802-1870 and Robert Adamson 1821-1848. by Katherine Michaelson, 1970
  5. David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson: A Catalogue of Their Calotypes in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery (Edinburgh '81) by Sara Stevenson, 1988-12-31
  6. Early Victorian Album: Hill/Adamson Collection by David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson, 1974-04
  7. Rainhut by Robert G. Adamson III, 2007-11-26
  8. The Language of Oysters by Robert Adamson, Adamson Robert, et all 1997-01-01
  9. The Golden Bird: New and Selected Poems by Robert Adamson, 2008-10-01
  10. Pollution: An Ecological Approach by Robert G. Adamson, 1980-01-28
  11. Pollution: An Ecological Approach by Robert G. Adamson, 1980-01-28
  12. The Development of Greek Philosophy by Robert Adamson, 2010-10-14
  13. The Christian doctrine of the Lord's Supper by Robert M Adamson, 2010-09-08
  14. Malberry Leaves: New and Selected Poems 1970-2001 by Robert Adamson, 2001-12

1. Adamson, Robert
The Goldfinches of Baghdad, Epic Stories of Survival From The World's Highest Peaks (The Adrenaline Series), Inside Out An Autobiography, The Language of Oysters, In Focus Hill
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ASIN: Book Description The Goldfinches of Baghdad, Adamson's first book published in North America, teems with cockatoos, kookaburras, lyrebirds, dollarbirds, and a host of waders from his native region. At once real presences and sly emissaries of the poetic imagination, these birds perform aspects of ourselves just as we assume their weird attributes: "The shadow your hand casts / resembles the mudlark, opening / its wings,calling and rocking, / perched in the pages / of my book." Coming from elsewhere,they transgress human boundaries, ignoring sign posts and political borders. As birds and words exchange places, Adamson charts their migration. His poems arrive as epistles from the other side of the world.
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Epic: Stories of Survival From The World's Highest Peaks (The Adrenaline Series)
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4. Adamson, Robert | Artist Index | Heilbrunn Timeline Of Art History | The Metropo
The Fairy Tree at Colinton, ca. 1846, David Octavius Hill (Scottish,); Robert Adamson (Scottish), Salted paper print from paper negative (1997.382.29)
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5. Adamson, Robert - Collections Online - Museum Of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
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6. Robert Adamson Dot Com: Poetry, Essays, Reviews... And Fish
Tells about his writing, includes reviews of his books and a photo gallery.
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“Welcome to my journal, or blog, or whatever it turns into—I am going start using this space for recording interesting events, strange happenings, and news of my forthcoming writing and poetry...”
From the archive: a selection of photographs of Robert Adamson.
“Forty years back, at dawn under a calm sky in an old clinker-built skiff, a thin mist floats above the surface, there's not a wind in the world. The smell of squid floats up from the belly of the boat...”
Robert Adamson is one of Australia’s leading contemporary poets, and is a successful writer, editor and publisher. He is well known for his poetry, which has been published widely in Australian and American literary magazines and anthologies, and translated into several languages...
Adamson has published over twenty books in a career spanning almost thirty years. See covers and full details of all titles in this complete catalogue of his works...
The title of this section says it all. Reviews of Adamson's books, articles about him and his poetry, and interviews with him, from sources around the world...

7. Adamson, Robert - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Adamson
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8. Articles By Author: ADAMSON, ROBERT - Free Online Library
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out of article(s) Title Type Date Words The Gathering Light. Poem Mar 22, 2000 Meaning. Poem Mar 22, 2000 Where the Light Slants against the Tide. Poem Mar 22, 2000 Tropic Bird. Poem Mar 22, 2000 The Night Heron. Poem Mar 22, 2000 Publications by Name Publications by Date Authors Literature A-D E-O P-T U-Z ... Submit articles

9. §38. Robert Adamson. I. Philosophers. Vol. 14. The Victorian Age, Part Two. The
Passage from the Cambridge History of English and American Literature. Discusses his movement from idealism to realism.
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The reaction from idealism is most strikingly illustrated in the writings of Robert Adamson. The most learned of his contemporary philosophers, his earlier works are written from the standpoint of a neo-Hegelian idealism. These works are a small volume On the Philosophy of Kant The Development of Modern Philosophy The new tendencies which distinguish more recent philosophy illustrate also the increasing reaction of the literature of the United States of America upon English thought. The theory known as pragmatism is definitely of trans-Atlantic origin, and forms of what is called the new realism seem to have been started independently in the United States and in this country. The latter theory is, largely, a revival of older views: both the natural realism of Reid and the scholastic doctrine of the reality of universals appear to have contributed to its formation. Pragmatism is a more original doctrine; but its seeds also lie in the past: it has been connected with the prevailingly practical tone of much English thought; and more definite anticipations of its leading idea might be found in some of the later English writers of the nineteenth century.

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12. Robert Adamson Papers (The John Rylands University Library - The University Of M
Housed at the John Rylands University Library, Manchester.
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Adamson, Robert see Hill, David Octavius Hill, David Octavius, 1802–70, and Robert Adamson, 1821–48, Scottish pioneer photographers. Hill was a painter of romantic Scottish, Robert

14. Robert Adamson (Scottish Photographer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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20. Hill, David Octavius; And Adamson, Robert
Hill, David Octavius; and Adamson, Robert (respectively b. 1802, Perth, Perthshire, Scot.d. May 17, 1870, Newington, near Edinburgh; b. 1821, Berunside, Scot.d. Jan. 1848, St
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(respectively b. 1802, Perth, Perthshire, Scot.d. May 17, 1870, Newington, near Edinburgh; b. 1821, Berunside, Scot.d. Jan. 1848, St. Andrews), Scottish photographers who collaborated to produce some of the greatest photographic portraits of the 19th century. Originally a landscape painter, Hill made a name for himself at the age of 19 by publishing a series of landscapes printed by lithography. He was a founder member of the Royal Scottish Academy and was secretary of that organization for 40 years. In 1843 Hill decided to paint a large commemorative picture of the founding of the Free Church of Scotland. In order to get an accurate record of the features of the several hundred delegates to the founding convention, Hill decided to make photographic portraits of each of them. He enlisted the collaboration of Robert Adamson, a chemist who for a year had made portraits in calotype , a photographic process by which an image is developed from a paper negative. While Hill and Adamson made portraits of the delegates, most of the prominent Scots of the day came to watch the novel proceedings and have their own portraits made.

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