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Tom Scott
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Born in Glasgow, Glasgow
Born on 6th of June 1918
Died on 7th of August 1995

Born 1918. Died 1995 - Scottish poet.

Graduated from Edinburgh University in the 1950s. Translated poems by Francois Villon into Scots. His poems included The Tree (1977) and Dirty Business (1986).

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