The Wonder of all the Gay World: A novel of the life and loves of Robert Burns.
by James Barke. London: Collins, 1949.
You see how educational this hobby is? I had literally no idea.
My copy (fourth impression, 1956) lacks its dust jacket, and is a very boring red cloth cover, hence the quite boring title-page scan.
If you’re interested: not a biography, but an immense, stodgy-looking novel, brim-full o’ dialect. About as gay as Vladimir Putin’s hair-line. To give you an idea: it has a list of characters (in order of appearance) that, just on its own, goes on for over five pages.