James Thomson

James Thomson was an 18th-century British poet who is remembered for a few select poems. He’s one of the sixteen Scottish poets on the Scott Monument on Princes Street in Edinburgh. Some of his poems are ‘The Seasons’ and ‘The Castle of Indolence.’

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