Book pages taken from a copy of the Edinburgh Review, September 1828, No. XCVI, owned by my great grandfather. The section of the review on the life and work of Robert Burns offered a different opportunity to use the word Burns as a command rather than surname. My “rule” for making these works was to limit the number of burn marks in the drawing to the page numbers at the top. Some you can count, others not so much. I see the digressions from my exactitude as a metaphor for my wandering mind.